Wagner Meters at the International Woodworking Fair in 2016
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CONTACT: Ron Smith
Rogue River, OR (January 2016) – Wagner Meters will again be participating at the biennial International Woodworking Fair (IWF), one of the premier trade shows in the wood products industry scheduled for August 24 – 27, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. Wagner Meters is proud to join this event and feature its state-of-the-art moisture measurement systems and handheld moisture measurement instrumentation.
For over 50 years, Wagner has provided moisture measurement systems for primary sawmills, as well as door/window, flooring, cabinet, and other wood products manufacturers. Wagner’s current Omega model system not only offers accurate moisture measurement and detection of out-of-spec boards but also offers a robust data collection and analysis software package for tracking of moisture quality control and kiln performance. Omega systems have helped manufacturers prevent moisture-related defects, costly product returns, and improve kiln drying.
For decades, Wagner’s handheld moisture meters have provided the best in non-pin, non-damaging accurate moisture measurement for many different wood products applications.
Wagner’s handheld meters will be on display, and Wagner personnel will be ready to discuss how one of our in-process moisture measurement systems can benefit your operation.
“Since 1965, Wagner moisture measurement products have provided beneficial solutions to wood products manufacturers, primary sawmills, wood flooring installers, and others. We are proud to service our customers with innovative technology that contributes to their success,” Ron Smith, Sales Manager for Wagner Meters.
Be sure to stop by booth #1306 to see the MMC220 handheld meter firsthand.
Wagner Meters is a family-owned American business that aims to provide solutions in moisture measurement technology that will enhance the quality and value of each customer’s project. With an almost 60-year legacy of innovation, Wagner continues to be a resource for both individual craftsmen and high-performance commercial endeavors.