Tramex Meters is the international leader in the design and production of Moisture Meters, Scanners and Data Loggers, with a reputation for the highest standards in quality and innovation. Our heritage in innovation began with our foundation in 1974. Inspired by our experience and knowledge of building moisture inspection, and working closely one of the world’s leading research-intensive universities, we invented, patented and developed the first ever non-destructive moisture meters. Today Tramex continues to innovate, design and manufacture moisture meters for building inspection to the highest standards of precision and durability in a variety of industries such as Flooring, Walls & Roofing, Water Damage Restoration, Indoor Air Quality, as well as for material specific industries related to Wood and Concrete. We have the most advanced range of instruments for detecting, tracing and measuring moisture in the building envelope, and are market leaders in the many industries we serve.
The Tramex Concrete Moisture Encounter 5 - CME5 - is a Non-Destructive Analog Moisture Meter for Concrete Floors and Slabs. Providing instant and precise Quantitative Measurements of Moisture Content, using Gravimetric Testing as a Baseline. The CME5 also provides Carbide Method equivalent readings for concrete and other cementitious substrates as well as comparative readings as per ASTM F2659. Bluetooth connectivity to the Tramex Meters App allows for visualization of readings and data reporting to mobile devices, to GeoTag test results, create, save and share photos, reports & charts. The Concrete Moisture Encounter 5 is affordable, technically advanced, built to last and easy to use… The CME5 is the ideal non-destructive concrete moisture meter.
Join us for this addition of Tramex Talks as we sit down with William Thornton from Tarkett Sports as he discusses moisture testing in the Floor Covering Industry from the past, present and future.
Robert Higgins, a renowned concrete expert consultant, explains the best processes for detecting moisture in the concrete. All tests can be good when performed correctly, but the accurate interpretation is key for them to be meaningful. Some tests can be more misleading than helpful if not fully understood. Not all tests will give the data necessary to help avoid moisture-related problems occurring at the time of installation. And this is exactly when the majority of moisture-related problems occur.