Wood Flooring Newsletter – March 2016
Everyone pretty much knows how relative humidity affects wood flooring, but what about temperature? It’s something that shouldn’t be overlooked. Get all the details about temperature — and more — in the articles below . . .
Understanding how temperature affects job site relative humidity (RH), wood moisture content, and even the performance of your moisture meter is critical to preventing moisture-related problems in wood flooring. But that’s only half the equation. The other half lies in understanding . . .
Do you know how time, temperature, and RH impact the Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) of wood flooring . . . and why it’s important to know? Get the facts here. Plus, learn what tools will make dealing with EMC a breeeeeze!
The best flooring professionals will always tell you . . . quality control monitoring of relative humidity and temperature before installing a wood floor just makes good sense . . . and helps prevent costly callbacks. Now there’s an easy, convenient tool to help you do so.
This small pocket-sized tool does a massive amount of work. Measure temperature (F or C), relative humidity, and dew point temperature before, during, and after your flooring installation.
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