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.
Tramex Flooring Installation Quick Check for Concrete. Even when pre-installation relative humidity and moisture content testing has been successfully performed, meeting the “dry enough” specifications as per manufacturer guidelines, ambient conditions can change at the time of installation, causing condensation. This condensation can bring the concrete back up above the specified “dry enough” threshold. If this goes undetected it can affect your flooring or coatings, causing floor failure.
Easy and fast concrete moisture testing for the installer to perform at the time of the flooring installation. Even if pre-installation moisture testing has been performed, conditions can change that will affect your installation of flooring or coatings. By implementing this easy Installation Quick Check - IQC, you can prevent failures before they happen.
The Tramex Concrete Moisture Probe (CMP) a.k.a. The Determinator - Extends the capabilities of the Tramex Concrete Moisture Encounter range, providing in-situ Moisture Content readings in a Tramex Unified Moisture Content Test Method of Quantitative Moisture Content measurements in Both the top ¾ inch layer AND within the body of concrete floors and slabs.