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The FMC Moisture detector can accurately measure absolute humidity in diverse building materials. To detect humidity, the FMC moisture detector has a connection for external sensors which can either be inserted into the building material or placed on it. This detector corrects the measured humidity value in real percentages in relation to the selected material and the temperature (according to dry / absolute humidity). The humidity detector can be used both in input controls and to measure on site: concrete, asbestos, cement, plaster, lime-stone, pavement, bricks, etc. The FMC moisture detector has some characteristic curves stored to measure different materials. These curves can be displayed by accessing them through the keyboard. 
It is important to choose a humidity probe that best suits the material which is going to be measured. There are different models for different applications and materials. The FMC humidity detector can be used for all kind of jobs.

Absolute Moisture Meter FMC

  • Softwood
    -  Fir
    - Canadian Fir (east, west)
    - Agathis (heavy, light)
    - Alcere
    - Alerce (European, Japanese, Russian)
    - Alerce (American, East, West)
    - Red Cedar
    - Douglasie (heavy, light)
    - Mañio
    - Pine (European, Nordic)
    - Pine (light, heavy, Caribbean, American)
    - Pine (European, Nordic, Kern, Spint)
    - Pine (French)
    - Pine Parana
    - Pine Radiata
    - Pine Sitka
    - Pine Sugar
    - Pine Weymouth
    - Yellowwood
    - Redwood (Californian, heavy, light)
    - Sugi

    Building materials
    - Papier-mâché
    - Concrete (200 kg/m³)
    - Concrete (350 kg/m³)
    - Concrete (500 kg/m³)
    - Gas concrete 
    - Bricks
    - Lime mortar
    - MDF
    - Floor (anhydrite)
    - Floor of cement (Arduparid)
    - Floor of cement mortar (1 : 3)
    - Floor (Elastizell)
    - Floor gypsum
    - Lime-stone
    - Asbestos - cement
    - Asphalt fiber
    - Gypsum
    - Gypsum (synthetic)

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