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Heat, move air, shotblast = lower results

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You had three 'no-tests' on 8/7. It would help to see what those probes read.

Were the probes acclimated for 72 hours on the first test date of 7/11? If not we should discount those readings.

When the slab temp rises we expect to see a decrease in relative humidity. Additional readings would help indicate a trend. Another helpful bit of information would be ambient conditions and whether the HVAC is constantly on or just being run sporadically. Is the building envelope completed and sealed?
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RE: Heat, move air, shotblast = lower results - CC Solutions - 09-01-2013, 07:56 AM

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