HydroCureTM Humidity Drying Chamber
International Thermal Systems HydroCure™ Combination Humidity/Drying Chambers are recognized in the battery industry as the leader in reliability, innovative and intuitive operator friendly design. ITS has installed 1000’s of HydroCure™ Combination Humidity/Drying Chambers throughout the world.
Stack pallets of plates in the sleek, upright design of the HydroCure™ Humidity Drying Chamber.
For the accelerated curing process of lead acid battery plates, you need the HydroCure™ Humidity Drying Chamber.
The purpose of a HydroCure™ Combination Humidity Drying Chamber is to dry and cure the freshly pasted plate grid. Pallets of plates are stacked in the sleek, upright design of the HydroCure™ Humidity Drying Chamber easily. A proprietary High Velocity Nozzle integral design in the supply duct ensures proper crystal growth.
There are many challenges in operating a battery production line efficiently. Proper utilization of the curing chambers’ design and size can be a challenge. If the chamber design is undersized, the production rate will fall short. If the curing chamber is over-sized, excessive curing time cycles will occur. An undersized or over-sized chamber causes a bottleneck in production rates.
Try the NEW Laboratory HydroCure™ Humidity Drying Chamber
Are you looking to fine tune your curing and drying process? Do you need to create a new profile for a new product? Then the Laboratory HydroCure™ is the chamber for you.
The new Laboratory HydroCure™ is available in a 2ft x 2ft x 2ft (610mm x 610mm x 610mm) chamber size. The Laboratory HydroCure™ Humidity Drying Chamber offers all the features of the larger standard chambers. You can be confident your profile will migrate seamlessly to the plant floor.
The Laboratory HydroCure™ is PLC controlled with an easy-to-use operator interface. Use a USB Card to create and load up to twenty custom profiles. Trending in real time appears on the operator interface screen.
Have a high ambient but need a low temp cure? Ask us about how we use chillers in the curing process.