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MMS- Are some unreliable with high RH?
11-09-2011, 06:57 PM
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RE: MMS- Are some unreliable with high RH?
No worries. Perhaps I should have used more general wording, i.e. "what is most likely to affect a flooring installation", rather than "what will come out the top". I was also responding to JD's quote of:

Quote:Believing that the MVER calculated under wildly varying conditions and then believing that the MVER of a concrete slab indicates the suitability for moisture sensitive flooring is flawed reasoning. We know better than that now.

This is why observing these debates on the most applicable and relevant method of testing in relation to floor coverings (and the accuracy on the figures they produce) is invaluable to me. I'm not suggesting I know what is right.

Yep, been on and commented on your Linkedin thread "testing after the app". Like I said at the top of this thread, I respect a manufacturer who actually insists that the performance of their product be tested by the contractor.

Immediately after I posted this, I went downstairs where there is a new batch of that very manufacturer's product and lo, they now have stickers on it saying "STOP! Have you moisture tested the slab?! You should do so before and after application". Whaddayaknow!

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RE: MMS- Are some unreliable with high RH? - Rubensgt40 - 11-09-2011 06:57 PM