Pinless Moisture Test Meter - Digital Measuring Instrument
Pinless Moisture Test Meter – Digital Measuring Instrument
Pinless Moisture Test Meter – Digital Measuring Instrument MMD7NP
General Tools Digital Pinless Moisture Test Meter - At A Great Low Price!
Moisture content measuring Instrument allows the user to locate moisture, water leaks or water damage to determine roof leaks, mold, water intrusions, plumbing leaks and more!
General Pinless meter measures moisture content in drywall, masonry, tile, wallpaper, soft and hard wood.
Moisture measurement readings are easy to read on the 2” backlit LCD display and a LED tri-color bar graph.
Digital Moisture Test Meter Feature & Benefits:
- Non-invasive instrument is ideal for detecting moisture under finished surfaces
- Separate settings for drywall, masonry, softwood and hardwood
- 3/4 in. (20mm) maximum sensing depth
- ± 4% accuracy on wood
- + 3-color LED bar graph
- Auto calibrating
- Reading HOLD button
- Auto power off function and out-of-range alarm
- Low battery indication
Pinless Moisture Test Meter MMD7NP Specifications:
Measurement ranges: 0 to 53% for softwood, 0 to 35% for hardwood; relative readings for wallboard and masonry
Measurement accuracy/resolution: 4%/1%
Maximum measurement depth: 3/4 in. (19mm)
Out-of-range alarm levels: >17% for wood, >70% for drywall and masonry
Display type and size: 99.9 count, 2 in. (51mm) diagonal LCD with 0.5 in. (13mm) high digits
Auto power off trigger: 2 minutes of front-panel inactivity
Operating temperature: 32° to 122°F (0 to 50C) @ <80%RH
Weight (without battery): 5.4 oz. (152g)
Power source: "9V" battery (included)
Pinless Moisture Meter Includes:
- Moisture Meter
- 1 “9V” Battery
- User’s Manual
One Year Limited Manufacture's Warranty
05/17/2020, 05:08 PM
Where is this made?05/18/2020, 08:55 AM
It is made in China
01/26/2020, 05:14 PM
What setting do I put this meter on to test moisture below LVP flooring on concrete basement? I am assuming masonry, but need to confirm.01/27/2020, 09:19 AM
Since your meter reads up to 3/4" you set it to masonry (concrete). You will have to use your readings as a comparison because non invasive readings are not an exact measurement. You need to find an area that you suspect is dry and use it as your baseline to compare the areas of concern.
To get an exact measurement you have to go through drilling out a hole and a number of other steps with a different meter so if you have flooring already down the non invasive method is your best route.