Drying Test Chambers
EN 1367-1 | EN 196-1 | ASTM D7227 | AASHTO R79 | ASTM D4867 | AG:PT/T232 | AS 1012.13 | AS 2350.13
We offer this Cement (and Concrete) drying and curing chamber from our AUS supplier, purpose built to suit AS 1012.13, AS 2350.13 and AS 5101.4 Australian standards.
65-L0013.LOC: Cement Drying Chamber, 320 litre
- Int: 70cmW x 60cmD x 76cmH
- S/Steel internal chamber
- Temp control accuracy: 0.1C
- Hum control accuracy: 0.1%
- C/With 2 shelves (8 total cap.)
Advanced Climatic Cabinets from CONTROLS to EN 1367-1 & EN 196-1 standards
These Advanced Climatic Cabinets have been designed to be user-friendly, intuitive and above all highly accurate. Fitted with a new and improved thermoregulator, the intuitive interface features a 7” touchscreen color display that makes it easy to programme freezing and thawing cycles.
10-D1429/B: Temperature controlled cabinet, 500 l cap., temperature range -30 to 70°C
10-D1429/D: Temperature and humidity controlled cabinet, 500 l cap., temperature range -30 to 70°C, humidity range from 20 to ≥95%
All models can record temperature, humidity (when applicable) and time measurements in full compliance with all the relevant Standards. Version with temperature and humidity control is capable of generating 95% humidity with accuracy and reliability, making it also a perfect solution for cement specimen curing.
48-D0457: Metal can 2000 ml cap. with removable lid and I kg ballast .
Conforming to EN 1367-1. Used for determining the resistance to freezing and thawing of aggregates including lightweight types.
The Automatic Drying Unit (ADU) from Troxler provides a rapid drying method for compacted asphalt road cores that come from the jobsite wet and must be quickly analyzed for density. This equipment is ideal for same-day analysis of road cores to acquire data for correlation purposes, or to know if the asphalt placed that day meets specifications.
T-5151ADU: ADU Model 5151 Automatic Drying Unit for compacted asphalt road cores
The ADU takes the place of drying the core samples in front of a fan or in a low temperature drying oven for several hours. The typical drying time is between 10 and 20 minutes, saving you hours of waiting. The core density can easily be determined within 30 minutes of arriving in the laboratory. The ADU can also dry loose aggregate or asphalt by using the bag provided with the unit.
Drying chamber can fit: