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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Especially moist room usage disables high air flow rates while the room is occupied.
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Contract notice: Installation of controlled mechanical ventilation on the roof of each building, connected to the ventilation ducts serving the moist rooms of the apartments and creation of air intakes on the joineries of the dry rooms, including the removal of doors.
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