Developing modern dynamic moisture meters since 1974
Tramex Meters is the international leader in the design and production of pin and pinless moisture meters, scanners, relative humidity sensors and data logging systems with a reputation for the highest standards in quality and innovation.
Tramex Meters produce the best analog and digital moisture detectors for a range of industries and building material specific industries including
Surveying and Leak Detection
Environmental Ambient Conditions
For G.R.P. and Wooden Boats
Moisture Mapping and Reporting
Our non-destructive moisture meters are accurate, instant, very durable, and designed and calibrated to measure quantitative moisture content measurements in specific materials such as our Concrete Moisture Meters and Wood Moisture Meter as well as moisture readings in and behind a range of building materials such as Drywall, Tile, Plaster and Masonry.
Tramex offers a variety of moisture test kit solutions, aimed at specific professionals in a particular industry. Our moisture test kits provide the water leak detection tools needed to detect and measure moisture levels at the different stages of the building or restoration process, providing the customer with a complete and comprehensive picture of the moisture conditions in the building and the building materials.
Our heritage in innovation began with our foundation in 1974. Inspired by our experience and knowledge of building moisture inspection, and working closely with one of the world’s leading research-intensive universities, we invented, patented and developed the first ever non-destructive moisture meter and continue to be on the cutting edge of moisture detection.
In this episode of Tramex Talks, Larry Marvel shares his experience with implementing time of install moisture testing with the Installation Quick Check for concrete slabs. With a lifetime of experience in flooring installations, Larry has known for years that conditions at the time of installation greatly affect its success.
If the concrete slab is at a temperature that is not at least 10 degrees F (5 degrees C) above the dew point of the room, condensation will form on the concrete, that cannot be seen by the naked eye, creating all sorts of issues with your coating or floor covering.
This video, presented by David from Tramex Meters, talks about the features of the digital Concrete Moisture Encounter, the CMEX5.
Non Destructive Scanner for Flat Roof Leak Detection and Surveying
Pinless Moisture Meter for Walls and Roofing Systems
Concrete Moisture Meter For Measuring Moisture Content In Concrete Floors And Slabs
Pinless Moisture Meter for Wood, Drywall & other Building Materials
Concrete Moisture Meter For Measuring Moisture Content And Relative Humidity In Concrete Floors And Slabs, Wood & Building Materials
Moisture Meter for Boats