Archive For The “Moisture” Category

Useful Testing Instruments at National Safety Products

By | January 5, 2011

Every once in a while we reach out to web sites like National Safety Products and ask important questions like, “So… What kind of useful test products do you suggest people consider investing in at this time?” Below you will find the response we got the last time asked the question. Trace smoke emitters for […]

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Meters for Gardening: pH, Light, Moisture

By | May 20, 2010

Any good gardener knows that plants will NOT grow at the right pace or the correct way without the proper balance of light around them, moisture in their soil, and the correct pH balance in their soil. While some folks naturally have a ‘green thumb’ and can get all three of those factors perfectly balanced […]

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Moisture in Hay and Grain Samples

By | May 13, 2010

Ever have a problem w/ moisture ruining a loaf of bread prematurely? Or how about a colony of mold and/or mildew showing up on material that did not dry properly before getting folded up and put away? Those problems do not COMPARE to the problems farmers go through if they do not keep accurate tabs […]

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Easy Way to Test Soil pH and Soil Moisture

By | April 2, 2010

Want an easy way to measure the pH and moisture levels in your gardening soil? Hire a good gardener and let them worry about it! Oh, you can’t afford a gardener, either, eh? No problem. Thankfully someone got smart and bundled a set of soil pH and soil moisture meters… and we can leave them […]

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Pin Type Moisture Meter for Timber/Wood

By | March 8, 2010

As the ground starts to thaw out in parts of the country and building crews begin to wake up from their Winter Slumber. Drawing boards fill up again with blueprints for new projects and soon the call for good, properly aged lumber will go out. When that call goes out, lumber yards far and near […]

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Question: What is Heat Index and How Can I Measure It?

By | February 26, 2010

Next we have an interesting question from Jan, a jogger planning to move to the South… “Once again my family is moving because of my husband’s career in the military. This time he’s getting stationed at a base in South Carolina. This will be my first time ever living in the South and all my […]

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Waterproof Flashlights

By | November 3, 2009

Waterproof flashlights really come in handy when changing a car tire at night during a rainstorm, trying to fix plumbing problems under the sink or at night, walking the family dog on a cold, rainy night, or pretty much any time that a person needs to see in an moist environment. So for those times […]

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Measuring Mositure? Need a Protimeter?

By | November 1, 2009

As the season once again roll around to Fall (in the Northern Hemisphere), the need to measure moisture in concrete, drywall, and other places grows. Therefore we would like to present you with three options for devices called… protimeters.

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Concrete Hygrometer, Ultra-Violet Light Meter, EMF Meter

By | October 19, 2009

Today we will have a fine selection… of meters for use in all sorts of applications including testing concrete for moisture, testing for the strength and presence of UV light, and testing for the presence and strength of an electromagnetic force. With these tools on your belt, or in your service truck, you’ll have everything […]

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Weather Testing and Weather Readiness Equipment

By | October 18, 2009

Sometimes we find items on sale that make sense together, or at least look like they COULD go together in some sort of story. Today’s items go together because they could all have something to do with… the weather. We begin with a wireless weather monitoring device that will let you know what to expect […]

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