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Triplett 2021 Full Product Line Catalog: Volume 1 Now Available!
Triplett 2021 Full Product Line Catalog: Volume 1 Now Available!
Moisture Meters

Moisture Meters

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    pinless wood moisture meter
    pinless moisture meter

    Pin & Pinless Moisture Meter with Audible Indicator: Wood & Building Materials : 1.5 to 50%. Pinless: 6 to 99.9% - (MS150)

    Triplett
    $99.99


    Measure moisture content in wood (5 to 50%) and other building materials (1.5 to 33%). Use pinless measurement (6 to 99.9%) for non-invasive testin...

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    $99.99
  • Pin Moisture Meter with Audible Indicator: Wood & Building Materials : 1.5 to 50% - (MS100)

    Triplett
    $44.99


    Measure moisture content in wood (5 to 50%) and other building materials (1.5 to 33%). Low, Medium and High icons indicate moisture level and an au...

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    $44.99
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    Moisture/Psychrometer/IR Thermometer (MS475)

    Triplett Test Equipment & Tools
    $399.99


      The Triplett Model Model MS475 Moisture/Psychrometer/IR Thermometer is a powerful and versatile instrument for measuring and diagnosing dampness ...

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    $399.99

Learn More About Triplett Moisture Meter

What is Moisture Meter?

Moisture Meters sense, measure and display the moisture content of wood and other building products. Materials such as sheet rock, wall board, mortar, concrete, plaster, cardboard, and others can be tested for moisture.

How are Moisture Meters used?

Moisture Meters are used to detect moisture in wood, wall board, and other building materials to gage damage from flooding, high humidity, or other causes, for example. Moisture meters are also used in furniture manufacturing and rebuilding, wood flooring, wood

How do Moisture Meters operate?

Moisture meters determine the moisture content of a material by way of pin-like probes that are inserted directly into the material under test. The moisture reading is then displayed on the meter. The unit of measure for moisture content varies from instrument to instrument some use ‘%’ and others use a relative scale from 0 to 100 where 100 represents maximum and 0 represents minimum moisture. Many meters also use a Dry, Moist, and Wet indicator for convenience.