Curing is the process of maintaining satisfactory moisture content and temperature in freshly cast concrete for a definite period of time immediately following placement. This serves two major purposes: it prevents or replenishes the loss of moisture from the concrete and maintains a favorable temperature for hydration to occur for a definite period.
The fully insulated water tank holds standard cast cubes that are placed on two removable racks with sufficient free circulation of water around each cube.
The pump, drain valves, heater, thermostat and recirculation pump are housed in a compartment at one end of the tank. The models can cure in warm, cold and boiling water.