The system is comprised of a simple timer control, a water filtration unit, which includes sediment removal and 100% KDF, anti-bacterial filter and a compressor unit, which includes an adjustable water regulator for added humidity control. The system also uses a stainless steel, air atomizing nozzle, which produces a fine vapor fog. This nozzle will not rust and is resistant to clogging. In addition, this system includes the TriOBreeze Sanitizing System. The TriOBreeze is an effortless way to clean your curing room, without use the of harsh chemicals or manual labor. The system’s generation of activated oxygen (O(O3)) is a relatively simple process using ordinary air. Oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N(O2)) are the raw materials. As the air is drawn through the reaction chamber, energy is supplied, which splits some oxygen molecules into oxygen atoms. Some of these atoms then quickly react with oxygen molecules to form activated oxygen.
The VaporPlus system is designed to provide consistent humidity results for standard-sized rooms, such as a 12′ x 12′ x 8′, or 1728 cubic feet. However, this single-nozzle system has successfully met ASTM C511 humidity requirements in rooms as large as 5600 cubic ft. Humidity readings can be affected by high ceilings, L-shaped or other room configurations. For these rooms or as rooms get larger, additional nozzles can be added to maintain consistent humidity levels throughout the room. Other factors, which affect humidity levels include nozzle location, as well as the air turnover within the room including times when doors or windows are opened.
Monitor the VaporPlus System with Humboldt‘s NEW Concrete Humidity Sensor System!
Based on Humboldt‘s Concrete Maturity System, the Humidity Sensor System can be used to wirelessly monitor curing room humidity. This add-on product to the VaporPlus Curing Room System provides a wireless solution to collecting humidity data. Humidity can be accessed from anywhere without even visiting the curing room.
When the system is installed, it is activated by registering it with your website account using a sensor-specific ID number. Once this step is completed, the transmitter for each sensor will begin to receive data from the sensor and transmit that data to the receiver. The receiver then relays this information to your account on the web-based cloud platform. This information/data is available to you in real time, 24/7, 365 days a year by simply logging into your account, using your user name and password.