A wooden DVS (Dynamic Vapor Sorption) box is a laboratory tool used for measuring the moisture uptake or desorption of solid materials under controlled environmental conditions. It consists of a sealed wooden box with a sample holder inside, which can be used to hold a variety of solid materials such as powders, films, or fibers.
To use a wooden DVS box, the sample is placed in the sample holder and the box is sealed. The environmental conditions inside the box, such as temperature and humidity, are then controlled and monitored using specialized equipment. The moisture uptake or desorption of the sample is measured over time by monitoring changes in weight, which can be used to determine the material’s moisture sorption properties.
Wooden DVS boxes are often used in materials science, pharmaceuticals, and food science to study the moisture sorption properties of different materials. They are also commonly used in research and development to optimize formulations and packaging materials for specific applications.