Extech Restoration Kit

Extech Restoration Kit


The Extech Restoration Kit is a complete solution to quickly identify moisture content in wood and building materials and readings of ambient room temperature.


  • Measurement depth to 0.75" (22mm) below the surface
  • Less than 30 second RH response time with 2%RH accuracy
  • Relative pinless moisture reading for non-invasive measurement (0 to 99.9)
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The Extech Restoration Kit uses a combination pin/pinless meter to quickly identify moisture content in wood and building materials, and a thermal hygrometer that provides fast, accurate readings of ambient room conditions with GPP calculations. The kit is supplied in a hard carrying case that provides protection andorganization for the meters and accessories whenever they are needed. It contains: 


Model MO260 combination pin/pinless moisture meter with measurement depth capabilities to 0.75 inches below the surface. The digital LCD readout with backlighting feature and tri-color LED bargraph displays %WME (wood moisture equivalent) pin moisture reading (6.0 to 94.8%). Model RH490 precision hygro-thermometer measures temperature, humidity, dew point, wet bulb, and mixing ratio is grains per pound. The meter has a less than 30 second relative humidity response time with 2% RH accuracy.

Notable Specifications:
  • Humidity range: 0 to 100%RH
  • Temperature (internal) range: 22 to 199°F (-30 to 100°C)
  • Basic accuracy: ±2%RH, ±1.8°F/1°C
  • Maximum resolution: 0.1%RH, 0.1°F/°C
  • Dew point range: -22 to 199°F (-30 to 100°C)
  • Wet bulb range: 32 to 176 °F (0 to 80°C)
  • Absolute humidity range: 0 to 1120GPP (0 to 160g/kg)
  • Dimensions: 7.8x1.7x1.3" (200x45x33mm)
  • Weight: 7oz (200g)
What's Included:
  • (1) MO260 combination pin/pinless moisture meter
  • (1) RH490 precision hygro-thermometer
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech Restoration Kit MO260-RK Restoration kit includes MO260 pin/pinless moisture meter and RH490 precision hygro-thermometer
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