The most widely used moisture meters in the world are probably the Mini series. These compact, general purpose moisture meters are used by building professionals and trades across the globe to check the moisture level of wood and masonry products for a vast range of quality control and dampness diagnosis applications. Features The new version of the famous Mini moisture meter has now been launched. The new Mini incorporates a range of design refinements and features that make … Read More
The Moisture Encounter Plus Moisture Meter is an upgraded version of the world’s most popular and successful non-destructive moisture meter, The Moisture Encounter. The Moisture Encounter Plus incorporates all the features and benefits found in the original Moisture Encounter such as: Non-destructive moisture measurement of wood, plaster, drywall, block, brick, roofing and most materials found in the building envelope using 3 ranges of sensitivity. Deep signal penetration to detect elevated moisture through most covering materials such as Ceramic Tile, Drywall, … Read More
Knowledge of the moisture content of soils and construction materials is of great importance to engineers involved with the construction of roads, bridges and other civil structures. Throughout the world, the Speedy Ashworth Calcium Carbide Moisture Meter is used on construction sites to establish the percent moisture content (%MC) of these materials before the actual construction work commences. The Speedy Ashworth Calcium Carbide Moisture Meter is a portable-sampling instrument used to determine the moisture content of a broad range of materials. … Read More
The NEW Moisture Measurement System MMS 2 – BLD8800 is your complete dampness diagnosis instrument for the building environment. The all new MMS2 represents the latest Protimeter technology in one intuitive, robust and fully functional design. If you’re surveying buildings, inspecting a home, drying a building after a flood, or testing concrete moisture for a flooring application, the MMS2 is the solution for you. Pin moisture measurement Non-invasive moisture measurement Non-contact IR temperature measurement Fast responding relative humidity and temperature measurement Benefits … Read More
The Surveymaster Moisture Meter can help building professionals such as contractors, surveyors, home builders and architects assess building moisture levels during new build and refurbishing activities. Excessive moisture in buildings can lead to decay and deterioration of components and decorative finishes. Professionals involved with the identification, management and remedy of moisture need tools that help them to: Identify the extent of the moisture penetration Diagnose the cause of the problem Monitor change in the moisture level
The Digital Mini Moisture Meter allows building professionals, such as flood damage restoration contractors, surveyors, homebuilders and architects, to assess building moisture levels during new build and refurbishing activities. Excessive moisture in buildings can lead to decay and deterioration of components and decorative finishes.
The Mini 2000 Moisture Meter is the definitive general purpose moisture meter. The Mini 2000 series is probably the most widely used moisture meters in the world. These compact, general purpose moisture meters are used by building professionals and trades across the globe, to check the moisture level of wood and masonry products for a vast range of quality control and dampness diagnosis applications.
The DM4A Moisture Meter is a universal moisture meter for measuring moisture content in wood, building materials, paper, cardboard and numerous other materials. Non destructive – in seconds – only push and read. Conforms to : DIN EN.50081 & 2(EC Rated)
The Concrete Moisture Encounter Moisture Meter – CME4 is for measuring moisture content instantly in concrete floors and floor screeds without the need to drill or damage the surface. Regular checking of moisture content during the drying out period of a new concrete floor or floor screed is important to ensure it has reached sufficient dryness to accept the floor covering. Excess moisture in the concrete could cause latent problems such as condensation or failure of the adhesive under the floor … Read More