CCT Chambers – Air Drying Mode – how it works

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This mode of operation is provided as standard on all models of Ascott CCT chamber. During this mode, air is drawn from the room in which the chamber is located. This air displaces the air inside the chamber and ‘drys’ the chamber atmosphere by evaporating any moisture from the interior and dispersing it via the exhaust vent. The chamber can be used for air drying at a user adjustable temperature from ambient to +70°C/158°F. The control system fitted to Ascott CCT chambers enables the user to program whether air drying is conducted alone, or in sequence with other climates, to form a cyclic corrosion test, for automatic execution by the chamber.