MO290-RK1

Extech MO290-RK1 Water Restoration Contractor Kit

Extech MO290-RK1 Water Restoration Contractor Kit

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The Extech Water Restoration Contractor Kit is a complete solution kit for the restoration contractor.

Features

  • MO290 pinless moisture psychrometer + IR monitors moisture in wood and building materials
  • IRC40 FLIR i5 compact IR camera has a 32 to 482°F temperature range
  • Includes QuickReport™ image analysis software
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The Extech Water Restoration Contractor Kit includes a thermal imaging camera quickly locates areas of moisture in building materials. The kit utilizes a combination moisture meter/thermal hygrometer to capture all ambient conditions as well as moisture levels in one meter. The kit is supplied in a rugged heavy duty hard carrying case thatprovides protection and organization for the meters andaccessories whenever they are needed. It contains: 

 

Model IRC40 i5 compact IR camera is an affordable solution for high quality images and focus free lens for convenient viewing. It includes a PC software for analysis of radiometric images captured by camera. Model MO290 pinless moisture psychrometer + IR to monitor moisture in wood and building materials with virtually no surface damage, as well as a built-in RH/temperature probe to measure relative humidity, air temperature, dew point, grains per pound, and vapor pressure. The InfraRed thermometer with laser pointer allows for non-contact surface temperature measurements.

What's Included:
  • (1) IRC40 i5 compact IR camera
  • (1) MO290 pinless moisture psychrometer + IR
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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