New Concrete RH Testing Automation to Make Your Job a Little Easier

New Concrete RH Testing Automation to Make Your Job a Little Easier

By Jason Spangler in Relative Humidity (RH) Testing Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Previously published by Tomorrow’s Contract Floors magazine. Time. When do we ever have enough of it? Where does it go? Does it really just fly away? And why does it seem to slow down when we’re waiting at the deli counter? Time certainly never seems to cooperate with a project timeline. The priority, of course, […]

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Keep Your Natural Wood Floor Pristine by Managing Its Moisture Content

By Jason Spangler in Flooring Finishes Wood Division Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Previously published by Tomorrow’s Contract Floors magazine. It’s finally happening. Even though man-made vinyl, linoleum, rubber, and laminate continue to be popular floor coverings for homes and businesses, there are still plenty of people in both the US and Europe who swear by natural flooring. In fact, these people — who are often motivated by […]

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Does It Matter How Many Concrete Moisture Tests I Use on Each Flooring Job?

By Jason Spangler in ASTM Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Previously published by Floor Covering Installer magazine. With the 2018 update to ASTM F2170 (Standard Test Method for Determining Relative Humidity in Concrete Floor Slabs Using in situ Probes), now is the perfect time to revisit one requirement in the standard that hasn’t changed: Three concrete moisture sensors must be inserted for the first 1,000 […]

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The 10 Worst Mistakes You Can Make with a Moisture Meter

By Jason Wright in Tools / Products Wood Division Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

A moisture meter is a necessary and valuable tool, whether you lay down wood flooring, build furniture, or fashion violins. Whatever type of woodworking you do, you need to use the moisture meter properly or it’s not doing you – or your project – any good. Listen, using a moisture meter isn’t rocket science, but […]

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The Importance of Moisture Measurement and Control

By Ron Smith in Wood Moisture Wood Division Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Previously published by Surface & Panel magazine. Superior manufacturing of cabinetry, doors, surfaces, and panels begins and ends with stringent quality control procedures that adhere to the highest standards. Customers demand products that are timeless and maintenance-free. Factors like function, elegance, and durability often determine whether a product and perhaps the product vendor succeeds or […]

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Get Your Business Involved with Post-Disaster Recovery

By Larry Loffer in Flooding Wood Division Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

Flood season in many areas runs from spring through summer. Floods can also happen when the snow melts. Heavy rain and thunderstorms can cause rivers and drainage systems to overflow. Hurricane season is from June through November, with hurricanes and other tropical storms hitting the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. These events can cause devastating damage […]

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