moist room

moist room

[′mȯist ‚rüm]
(engineering)
An enclosed space that is maintained at a specified temperature, usually 73°F (23°C), with the humidity maintained at 98% or above and that is used to cure and store test specimens of cementitious material.

moist room

A room in which the atmosphere is maintained at a selected temperature, usually 73.4°F (23°C), with a relative humidity of at least 98%, for the purpose of curing and storing cementitious test specimens.
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