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Specific humidity or ERH or Calcium Carbide?
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05-11-2010, 12:20 AM #11
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Cc, your experience and recommendation noted. I will certainly try these sensors out. Hopefully, they will also improve my capabilities and make my services better. I know what you say about other contractors who sign off dry when the floor is still in fact wet. As you say the main contractor just wants to hear it is dry and listens to whoever tells them first that the floor is dry.

so cc, au revoir for now!!! until the next post!!!

05-11-2010, 03:22 PM #12
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I am sure you will find the Wagner Rapid RH will meet your needs. A lot of work and thought went into the design and performance of these little wonders! Good luck and keep posting as you learn more that can help us all!

JD Grafton
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