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RH testing

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I have a job not to far off from starting that does not have HVAC on yet. I have put down some probes just to keep an eye on the %. At his time with the temp around 72 and the humidity around 54% the probes read between low70% and high 70%. I know that the HVAC has to be running for the test to pass ASTM, but at the Wagner RH webinar (starnet) they made it sound like you should be able to tell if the concrete is in a drying mode. With that being said what is your thoughts? Is the % they are at now a good sign or will they jump up when the HVAC goes on?
What is your thoughts?
Bob Huesgen, Zickel Flooring St louis mo
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RH testing - bob huesgen - 09-27-2010, 01:14 PM
RE: RH testing - CC Solutions - 09-28-2010, 10:08 PM
RE: RH testing - eaadams - 09-30-2010, 08:27 AM

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