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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.
F2170 meters for sale | 28 Dec 15
08:11:17 by flrinsp | Views: 457 | Comments: 0
In case you all did hear I have retired as of Sept. 2015. I have several F2170 RH meters for sale. I have the Rapid RH with Data Master, includes 6 sensiors. New the Rapid RH w/Data master is $920.00. The sensiors depending on how many you buy at ...
Uploading to reports | 15 Aug 15
18:08:06 by 559tile | Views: 1713 | Comments: 1
Hello all, In trying to upload from the DataMaster to Reports, I'm getting the following error, "This parameters was not found in datafile:location(string:empty)". Can anyone tell me how to get past this so I can get the readings from the reader to a...
Report Graphs | 30 May 15
06:29:16 by Pacfloor | Views: 2353 | Comments: 1
I just ran my first moisture test as a trial run in my garage slab. After reading the manuals it was great, so easy. I took readings at 10 minutes, then 24 hours, and have taken a daily reading for past 3 days and will continue for a while to take re...
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