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The DataMaster was awarded 2013 Most Innovative Products Industry Choice for Concrete Construction Equipment at World of Concrete!
Welcome to F2170 Reports Concrete RH Risk Mitigation!
The ASTM F2170 standard for measuring relative humidity (RH) in concrete slabs requires a host of items be adhered to in order to ensure a proper RH measurement process has been performed. Flooring failures due to improper risk analysis and mitigation can lead to millions of dollars in unneccessary costs, and continues to plague those who perfrom inadequate testing, many times because of not conforming to the F2170 standard procedures and requirements.
This forum is dedicated to providing assistance to Engineers, Contractors, and dedicated moisture testing agencies. Or goals are to provide the information available to help ensure proper RH testing is performed while assessing a concrete slab for flooring failure risks associated with moisture in the concrete, and to provide a "certified" generated report that customers can rely on as being obtained through best practices methods.
Ultimate Simplicity - Let's help each other by sharing our experiences and ideas about proper methods and equipment to further promote our whole industry. With our shared knowledge, we should be able to further maximize our abilties to perfrom proper testing in the field.
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Practical Explanation ( For Example ) :- `1st of all can you tell me every single seconds detail from that time when you born ?? ( i need every seconds detail ?? that what- what you have thought and done on every single second )
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Wagner Certified stamp on reports | 18 Jun 13
06:57:44 by e.stieferman | Views: 7164 | Comments: 1
I recently used the new Data Master and really love the ease of use and reports. I have used it on three different jobs now and all state they are not certified by Wagner Meters. In reading about this I can only find that this would be the case if ...
F2170Reports worked fine on the first demo. | 17 Jun 13
10:01:53 by dlpaal | Views: 6449 | Comments: 0
I received my DataMaster last week and it took only 30 minutes to 1 hour to master how to use it. I ran some demo sensors to see how everything responded and I must say it came off flawlessly just as the directions said it would. I then removed the S...
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