December 2011 Rapid RH Newsletter – Moisture Mitigation in Slabs
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Moisture Mitigation in Slabs
Learn how to reduce the amount of moisture in concrete Floors.
Retaining moisture in concrete is a good thing if the ultimate goal is a good curing condition, but what if you must install finished flooring materials requiring low concrete relative humidity (RH)? In this case, you’ll need your slab to dry out as soon as possible. But drying can be a slow process and contractors often find themselves in conflict with construction schedules. Under these schedule pressures, finished floor surfaces are sometimes installed when the RH of concrete is too high, frequently resulting in expensive testing, legal action, and repairs. There are several ways to reduce moisture problems…
Wagner Meters Introduces New Convenient Pen-Style Thermo-Hygrometer
Wagner Meters is proud to introduce the new pen-style TH-200 Thermo-Hygrometer. This compact digital device is designed to provide pocket-sized precision for flooring installers, wood workers and inspectors. [Learn More…]
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