For the curing test of cement samples. The curing cabinet provides cement samples with a temperature of 20 ± 1°C and a humidity of 95%. Internal chambers and racks are made of stainless steel. Immersion heater and refrigerator units are supplied with the cabinet and maintained at 20±1°C.
The cabinet is equipped with a digital unit to control and monitor the temperature. Humidity was maintained at 95% to saturation by a water atomizer and monitored on a digital unit.
220 volts, 50-60 Hz, 1 phase
Internal dimensions: 500x600x800 mm (w*l*h)
External dimensions: 600x700x1500 mm (w*l*h)
Storing the samples to be tested correctly and under the right conditions is very important for the data to be obtained later, and it is necessary to pay attention to the storage conditions in order to avoid any inaccuracies in the data.
At this point, the samples are not damaged in any way, thanks to the curing cabinet, which is used for the preservation of the samples and provides the special conditions for how long the samples should be stored, and at the same time they are protected in such a way that no change occurs in their values.
At the same time, the samples stored in the curing cabinet give the same results when the tests need to be reused in the later stages or when they need to be presented in official steps.
In particular, the samples to be tested must be stored under special conditions and it is not possible to store them in any environment. Thanks to the curing cabinets specially produced for all these processes, the preservation of the samples both in the mold and out of the mold is done very easily and accurately.
The curing cabinet should be used by adjusting the appropriate conditions, and the settings should be changed according to the samples to be stored in it.
What are the Technical Specifications of the Curing Cabinet?
Within the scope of the technical specifications of the curing cabinet, especially these products and all the devices used in the execution of the sample tests must be produced in accordance with the world standards, the curing cabinet is also produced in accordance with the EN 196-1 standard.
These products, which have inner dimensions of 500x600x800 mm and outer dimensions of 700x800x1500 mm, have a very large inner chamber to ensure that the mortar samples are stored under appropriate conditions without mixing with each other.
There are +1 or -1 degree changes on these devices, which offer an average temperature of 20 degrees. However, since the sensitivity point is quite high, these devices, which provide 95% humidity, are especially important in the context of keeping the cement mortars in accordance with humidity while being stored.
There are changes in the chemical structures of the samples stored in environments with low humidity and some problems occur. For this reason, the samples can be stored without any problems in terms of the humidity in it and the humidity obtained from the water tank inside.
The capacity of the water tank inside is 750 liters, and it is an important source that ensures the samples in it are provided adequately.
In this context, the curing cabinet is among the devices that must be found in laboratories in order to keep the samples in the right conditions and to obtain correct results in the tests to be applied later.
Especially thanks to the LCD touch screen it has, it is ensured that the operations to be carried out are very easy and that the special settings for the sample to be used are carried out in a short and simple way with the programs included. Since this is a feature that provides a lot of convenience to the user, it is usually among the most preferred products for storing samples.