Certified moisture testers are more likely to provide accurate results. In addition, ICRI-certified companies are familiar with the methods used to conduct the tests. As a result, they can give you the best results possible. In addition, you’ll gain a better understanding of how to interpret the results. When you hire a company with advanced moisture testing capabilities, you can rest easy knowing that the tests they perform are accurate. For more information, contact an ICRI-certified company.
Advanced Moisture Testing offers reliable moisture tests for commercial and residential buildings. It’s especially important when installing new floor covering over concrete or tile. If the surface is too wet, it can cause the flooring to bubble and fall off, or even accumulate mold and mildew. With advanced moisture testing, you can ensure your floors won’t fall apart or collect mold. Whether you’re remodeling restoring, or building a new home, there’s no better time than the present to get a thorough moisture test.
Advanced Moisture Testing is a professional moisture tester that serves the tri-state area. Using moisture meters, you can determine if your material is ready to use, or if it needs further inspection. A moisture test is especially important when installing new floor covering over concrete. Excessive moisture can cause the floor covering to swell, accumulate mold, and come off. That’s why it’s vital to have a moisture test conducted before you begin installing your new flooring.
A new moisture management testing system was developed by SATRA to assess the thermal properties of children’s footwear. The system can measure the moisture content of children’s footwear without involving the children. For more information, email SATRA. The article originally appeared on page 6 of the May 2016 issue of the SATRA Bulletin. There’s an advanced moisture management test for your new shoes. It’s time to get your feet wet.
An advanced moisture testing method can determine the thermal properties of footwear. You can use a special device to measure the thermal properties of children’s shoes and boots. It measures the moisture content of the materials. If you’re interested in a moisture-management system, you can contact SATRA to learn more about it. You can also find information about SATRA’s TM376: 2009 “Advanced moisture management tests” for whole-footwear. The SATRA TM376: 2009 standards are based on a combination of breathability and wicking and consider other moisture control mechanisms.
The non-penetrating moisture meter (NPM) is a device that measures the first half-inch of a five-inch-standard interior framed wall. While the walls are drying from the outside in, the wood framing will dry much later. The MC of a floor can vary widely between different parts of the room. It is vital to match the MC to the relative humidity of the building.