Understanding Hydrostatic Pressure in a Concrete Slab
In this video, Rapid RH® product specialist Jason Spangler explains what hydrostatic pressure in a concrete slab really is.
Concrete can be a problem when we do not comprehend the fundamental construction terms related to its installation. The term, hydrostatic pressure, is often misused to describe the dangers of moisture. High relative humidity (RH) levels and hydrostatic pressure can both ruin floors. However, contractors overestimate and overuse the words hydrostatic pressure when discussing flooring failures.
To learn more about hydrostatic pressure, click here.
Questions or comments? Drop us a line in the comments below or give us a call at: 800-634-9961.
Latest posts by Wagner Meters (see all)
- ASTM F2170 Update Allows Official RH Test Results at Just 24 Hours - February 15, 2018
- The Truth about Wood and Moisture – With the Grain News – January 2018 - January 31, 2018
- Wood Flooring Newsletter – January 2018 – Specific Gravity Values of Wood - January 30, 2018