07-30-2012, 07:01 PM
(07-27-2012, 12:36 PM)CCR Wrote: Thanks for the input!!! I actually put in the request this morning through their manufacturer's rep. I'm not aware of any manufacturer of thick mil, epoxy-quartz broadcast systems that provides such useful information for installers and testers alike. Of those endorsing 2170, the first who provides verifible, acceptable RH values based on ambient condition ranges would set themselves ahead of the pack.
I went through an Elite Crete training program where the only moisture testing they recommend was when you do the colored epoxy systems. And that test was a CaCl test. One has to wonder how many failures they have.