FIRST, WE TAKE
GOOD, DANISH CLAY
This particular clay type, called mo-clay or Moler, was formed during the Palaeocene period more than 50 million years ago on the Danish island, Mors.
The clay is burned at high temperatures, so it never turns to mud again.
THEN WE ADD
Amongst other things, we add calcium as a catalyst to absorb any moisture. A large part of our production takes place at our factory in Aarhus.
KEEP IT DRY,
KEEP IT SIMPLE
The original Dry-Bag® can now absorb up to 75-80% of its weight and effectively solves any problem you may have with moisture.
Compared to other variations on the market, Dry-Bag® gradually absorbs moisture over time, whereas many other products adsorb a lot of moisture in the beginning and quickly reach maximum capacity. This slow and gradual moisture adsorption is a great advantage in, for example, sea transportation, where the distribution time is long.