Concrete Curing Box Long Island, NY Concrete Curing Box in Long Island, NY. Darwin Chambers has been designing and manufacturing industry-leading concrete curing boxes for over 25 years. We pride ourselves on the accuracy, durability, and innovation of our environmental chambers, as well as the professionalism and quality of our engineers and support staff. We offer our high tech rooms and chambers and comprehensive service plans to companies in Long Island, NY and throughout North America. If you need reliable temperature and humidity controls and readings for the testing and curing of concrete, ceramics, or other materials in Long Island, NY, invest in a concrete curing box from Darwin Chambers. Discuss your needs with us today at 877-783-6774 or contact us online for a free quote. Every concrete curing box from Darwin Chambers adheres to ACI, ASTM, AASHTO, and CCRL standards. Darwin Chambers' flexible concrete curing box line includes a portable concrete curing box designed to keep your samples at consistent temperature and humidity both on-site and while they're being transported to a lab big enough to hold five 6″x 12″ concrete test cylinder molds and ten 4″x 8″ concrete test cylinder molds. We also have larger, non-portable models and customized concrete curing rooms a more robust storing and curing area is called for. You can view the details of each model by taking a look at the links below: MC70QT (Portable) MC030 (Single Door) MC060 (Double Door) Benefits of Concrete Curing Testing in Long Island, NY According to a a definition offered by ACI Committee 308, curing refers to "the process by which hydraulic-cement concrete matures and develops hardened properties over time." You need to know that your concrete is curing correctly for the best outcome in your project. By using a Darwin Chambers concrete curing box in Long Island, NY, you can test to demonstrate that your concrete: Won't fall victim to cracks, also called crazing Has the necessary durability Has the correct water tightness Is resistant to erosion Is resistant to shrinkage, which causes cracks Is impervious to freezing and thawing While the people who prepare the concrete test cylinders and the Long Island, NY lab the test is sent to will be accountable for a large part of the accuracy of the testing, their work will not be accurate if the reliability of the sample is endangered because of a poor concrete curing box. You need to know the precisely the temperature and humidity the specimens were stored at. That's why we design and manufacture every concrete curing box to have a control resolution of 1°F. Other features are: In-field protected storage of concrete test specimens and dependable heating Comes with comfort grip no-crush handles for easy carrying No need to open to see temperature reading or set point of thermostat No overheating Digital controls Measuring resolution: 0.5°F Control setpoint: 73°F Data retention: Yes Xtreme technology uses an insulated lid and extra insulation in the walls EZ-Clean top wipes clean and the lead-resistant channel drain makes it easy to empty any excess water without tilting the cooler Low CO2 insulation for reduced carbon emissions from foam manufacturing Manufactured in the United States How to Take Concrete Curing Samples in the Field in Long Island, NY ASTM and ACI have stringent instructions for how to create samples and what humidity and temperature to store them at. To ensure compliance, you must follow a specific procedure: The procedure must be conducted by an ACI-Certified Grade 1 Concrete Field Technician. The concrete cylinder must be a "representative sample," made up of at least two samples. The technician must take an accurate reading of the temperature of the ambient air and the specimen. You must conduct a slump test and an air test. The samples must be kept in a concrete curing box where they are kept at a fixed temperature range between 60°F and 80°F. Once you have a concrete sample, you must maintain it in a concrete curing box until you can conduct in-field tests and send samples to a lab in Long Island, NY to take a reading of the concrete's compressive strength: On-site Test: A Schmidt hammer fires a spring-loaded mass at the concrete in order to measure the value of the rebound. Laboratory Test: In a lab, the concrete will be placed in a device that places increasing amounts of pressure on each end of the cylinder until it cracks or breaks. The Darwin Chambers Concrete Curing Box Advantage in Long Island, NY Darwin Chambers is more than just a manufacturer of environmental rooms and reach-in chambers; we provide top-level assistance and customer support throughout the lifetime of your concrete curing box in Long Island, NY with: Preventive maintenance to ensure your samples are maintained and there is no disruption in your operations. Calibration so you can know you and your concrete curing box adhere to all regulatory oversight. A three-part validation and qualification process so you know your concrete curing box is meeting the specifications you need it to. Exhaustive service plans to repair your concrete curing box or address any of the above. As our experts work throughout North America, they are all capable in a variety of set-ups. Additionally, all of our customer support staff are adequately certified and are capable of offering personalized troubleshooting in a swift, friendly, and coureous manner. Take a look at the links below to see other products and services we offer in Long Island, NY: CBD Stability ChamberMicrobiology IncubatorsShelf Life Test ChamberArchival ChambersHumidity Chamber Long Island, NY Concrete Curing Box | Darwin Chambers For over 25 years, Darwin Chambers has been innovative and effective solutions for companies in Long Island, NY. We build reach-in-chambers and walk-in rooms for a variety of different Long Island, NY industries and offer a wide range of optional and customizable features. To have peace of mind and know that your samples in Long Island, NY are secure, get in touch with Darwin Chambers today at 877-783-6774 or request a free quote through our website.