Boveda Is Zero Activation Or Maintenance.
Boveda doesn’t need to be activated or maintained. Once the Boveda pack becomes rigid, it’s out of water and needs to be replaced. This could mean weeks to years, depending on the package or container, how much the container is opened/closed and the ambient environment.
It’s really that simple.
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How Boveda Works.
Boveda’s patented 2-way humidity control continually responds to ambient conditions by adding or removing moisture to affect the enclosed environment and deliver the pre-determined relative humidity (RH) level printed on the pack.
It’s well known that certain salts mixed with water will naturally regulate humidity. Boveda just patented the way that made it practical for packaging. Other packaging inserts either add moisture or remove moisture. Boveda does both, monitoring the RH (relative humidity) inside the container and regulating to the specific RH engineered into the Boveda.
Boveda can solve your intermediate moisture need and maintain the ideal moisture content of the items inside your container. Boveda uses all FDA-compliant ingredients and won’t damage anything through direct contact. The life of any Boveda depends how much moisture it releases, which will vary based on climate and container. You’ll know it’s time to replace Boveda when it’s no longer pliable.
It’s impossible for Boveda to over-humidify beyond the RH on the pack. That’s why usage instructions talk about minimums, not maximums. There’s no such thing as using “too much”. More than the minimum will just last longer.
Available in multiple sizes and humidity levels.
Suggest 62% RH Boveda Packets for Cannabis
- 1g for up to 1/8oz (3.5g)
- 2g for up to 1/4oz (7g)
- 4g for up to 1/2oz (14g)
- 8g for up to 1oz-2oz (28g-56g)
- 67g for up to 1lb