Extech MO280-KH2 Professional Home Inspection Kit
The Extech Professional Home Inspection kit aids in identification of moisture, HVAC, electrical and hot water system issues.
- Model MO280 Pinless moisture meter displays % moisture from 0 to 99%
- Model 42500 Mini IR Thermometer has a built-in laser pointer improves aim and identifies target
- Model 39240 Waterproof Stem Thermometer measures from -40 to 392°F (-40 to 200°C)
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The Extech Professional Home Inspection Kit is specifically designed for home inspection professionals who need aid in identification of moisture, HVAC, and hot water system issues. The kit is supplied in an attractive storage case that provides protection and organization for the testers whenever they are needed. The kit includes:
Model MO280 pinless moisture meter for measurement depths to 0.75 inches below the surface with 10 different wood types to select from. Model 42500 mini IR thermometer is ideal for testing HVAC supply and return applications. It measures from -4 to 500°F (-20 to 260°C) using the built-in laser pointer that improves aim and identifies the target. Model 39240 waterproof stem thermometer is ideal for testing hot water heaters -40 to 392°F (-40 to 200°C). It uses a 2.75 inch stainless steel stem for accurate readings.
- (1) MO280 Pinless moisture meter
- (1) 42500 Mini IR Thermometer
- (1) 39240 Waterproof Stem Thermometer
- (1) Storage case
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