This is the primary tool used here at NZ Moisture Testing Ltd to locate and provide razor sharp images of thermal anomalies in your home. An infrared camera is a non-contact device that detects infrared energy and converts it into an electronic signal, which is then processed to produce a thermal image. The camera model that our thermographers use is designed and manufactured by FLIR systems, the worldwide leaders in thermal imaging technology. The FLIR T360 camera is an invaluable tool for professional thermographers in identifying thermal anomalies in your home.
Over the past decade the T650 became one of the most commonly used non-destructive moisture meters in NZ and is trusted by industry professionals. Designed for ease of use as a ‘general purpose’ non-invasive moisture meter. Its prime use is for locating moisture problems in materials such as timber/wood and GIB board. This dielectric meter is ideal for the quick and non-destructive determination of near-surface moisture distributions to up to 40mm.
With all the performance of the T650, the new T660 lifts the game even further. Designed for ease of use as a ‘general purpose’ non-invasive moisture meter. Its prime use is for locating moisture problems in materials such as timber/wood and GIB board. This apparatus is a dielectric moisture indicator with which moisture and its distribution can be located quickly and non-destructively. The near-surface moisture measurement range of this instrument is between 0-200 digits and the penetration depth is 20mm-40mm depending on the density of the building material that we are inspecting. This measurement instrument has been built in accordance with state of the art technology.
The T610 moisture meter device measures the moisture level of building material by means of microwaves. With the use of microwave technology it is possible to detect distributions of moisture content at a depth of up to 300mm. The measurement method belongs to the dielectric measurement technique. Thanks to the depth effect (penetration), this meter specializes in testing concrete surfaces.
The Protimeter Surveymaster is used for moisture measurement in buildings and is the industry standard moisture meter for surveying and investigating moisture in buildings. This unique moisture meter has two modes of operation and can provide both non-invasive and invasive readings. Search mode is used to assess the moisture level beneath the surface of GIB and timber walls. Measure mode is used to measure the moisture level at the surface and at incremental depth, when used with the auxiliary deep wall probes. Measure mode readings are precise and specific to the immediate area of contact of the electrodes.
This measurement tool unites the function of an electronic thermohydrometer and a laser pyrometer. The T250 provides data relating to the environmental conditions at the time of inspection. This data includes temperature and relative humidity readings and can also be used to calculate dew point temperature. Dew point temperature is the temperature at which air is saturated with water vapour. On reaching or dropping below this temperature, for example on a cold window surface, condensation forms.