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Reach remote areas; take humidity measurements with Extech 445815

Extech 445815 thermometer displays %Relative Humidity, temperature and dew point on its large yet easy to read triple LCD screen. This thermometer has a probe that can extend on 18″ (457mm) cable. The probe allows you to take measurements behind walls or helps you to access hard to reach areas. Know the other features of [...]

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Extech 445815 is NIST certified

With adjustable set points and alerts, the Extech 445815 alerts you when humidity has exceeded its set limit. The thermometer comes with a rear calibration adjustment pot which is meant for humidity and temperature. It is also certified with NIST and optional Calibration Standards. . .

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Measure moisture content with not just a tester but with an Extech Moisture meter. Do you want to know why?

Moisture meters are tools designed to help home inspection professionals and contractors to identify the source of moisture build up and also moisture content of wood and other building materials. Moisture meters offer you very precise moisture readings on surfaces of wood, concrete, drywall and finished furniture. A good and perfect looking job depends on [...]

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What are the different types of moisture meters and how do they work in measuring moisture content?

There are three types of moisture meters normally used for moisture level measurements in building inspection, wood processing factories and the like. They are the pin type, the pinless type and those that operate with both methods. . The pin type is the traditional style that has two pins which are pushed into a wood [...]

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A moisture tester which does not leave its foot prints

Inspection professional have a great advantage when they add moisture meters to their tool kit. Their work is made easier as these devices enable them to perform building inspection, pest control, lumber inspection, fire damage and water damage. With an optional pin measurement probe, some of the moisture meters can be used to detect moisture [...]

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Knowing what to use a moisture meter for

Moisture meters are not only meant for an inspector’s tool kit. A moisture meter can help you to detect quickly household issues such as mold, rot and decay risks which may be associated with housing roof, walls or insulation. With the help of this device you can avoid incurring costs that may come as a [...]

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An unconventional way to find flaws in buildings

With its accuracy, Flir E40 is suitable for electrical and mechanical applications. This camera can be used for close-up-targets with a minimum distance of 4 inches. It has a Relative Humidity Alarm that alerts you when there is a risk of condensation in some areas of a building. Also Flir E40 has an Insulation Alarm [...]

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Flir E40 boasts of precision and confidence

Flir E40 features a 160×120 pixels infrared sensor which is equal to 19,200 temperature measurement points. The infrared camera delivers temperature measurements of <0.07˚C thermal sensitivity and 20% accuracy. This makes the device a reliable too for quality results. Discover many other features of this infrared camera.

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Flir E40 comes with more upgraded features

Flir E40 is one of FLIR’s thermal imaging cameras that gives you the chance to image flaws with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 650°C. The camera has a 3.5” touch screen with large backlit buttons. This upgraded screen allows you to view instant thermal images with their accompanying thermal data.

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