After drying the cannabis, it must be cured. This does not take place in the drying cell, but in the Curing-chamber. The Curing-chamber can be built everywhere, as long as it is indoor. In the Curing-chamber the temperature, humidity and amount of airflow can be controlled by a user-friendly computer system.
The Curing-chamber, which can be opened by an automated sliding door, consist of racks where the Sandwich-units are placed on with a forklift.
The Curing-chamber is made with double walls and a double ceiling. These double walls are necessary to make the airflow possible. A small ventilator next to each Sandwich-unit sucks the air top-down through the cannabis. From there the air flows through the double walls and the ceiling to a cooling/warming unit which brings the air to the desired temperatures and humidity levels. After that multiple vans pump the air through an airbag, to spread it evenly in the Curing-chamber.
The curing process takes approximately four times longer than the drying process. Therefore, the Curing-chamber offers space to four times more Sandwich-units then the drying cells do.