Humidity in Buildingmaterials

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Elma DT125 Moisture Meter for building materials

Elma DT125 is an instrument with penetration electrodes for moisture measurement in building materials, primarely soft materiels, such as wood, gypsum etc. In the manual more than 100 different types of wood, and almost 20 different building materials are diveded into gruops, which can be selected under configuration of the instrument. The instrument gives the result in the unit "mass-%", and is in relation to the dry mass of the material. Besides this the instrument measures the relative air humidity, and thus of course the air temperature.

In accordance to the task, it’s possible to acquire a set of probes for measurements deeper in the material, as well behind list and more.

The instrument is indispensable for the builder, moisture technician, engineer and others who work with renovation and water damage control. Elma DT125 also measures the air humidity and temperature, and is provided with a large illuminated combi display. You can set wet / dry limit, material selection, automatic calibration, min/max and auto power off function.

The instrument comes with the built-in needle electrodes incl. batteries and an instruction manual. Available as accessory is a complete suitcase, incl. a hammer electrode with 2 different length of needles(30 and 150mm), a probe designed for measuring behind list's, and finally an external needele probe with handle extensions.

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Elma DT125 Moisture Meter for building materials

EAN: 5706445840168

EL-NR: 6398206772

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107.00 EUR



Incl. VAT: 133.75 EUR

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Humidity in Buildingmaterials

Here you’ll find our range of moist meters for building materials, like wood, gypsum, plaster, concrete etc. A moist meter is indispensable in construction, both after water damage, and to comply with threshold limits e.g. before wooden floors are put on concrete or paint is applied to a surface.

The instruments is available with different principles of measurement, both destructive and non-destructive.

Destructive measurement is typically needle tips to push into the material and non- destructive with pads to touch the surface or ultrasound penetrating the surface. Non destructive is typically used on hard and dense materials like rock, concrete, tiles etc.

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