Practical use of Moisture Meters

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Practical use of Moisture Meters Training Course

Many people believe that when they buy a moisture meter it tells them when water is present in a structural material. Unfortunately this is a very naïve perception. There are no such things as “moisture meters”. They are ELECTRICAL meters. On this course, the proper use of an electrical “moisture” meter is explored and how the readings obtained should be interpreted.

Electrical moisture meters are extremely accurate… at giving unreliable, inaccurate readings… but not as unreliable as someone who does not know how to use them


All courses:

  1. IICRC CCT – Carpet Cleaning Technician
  2. IICRC UFT – Upholstery & Fabric Restoration Technician
  3. IICRC WRT – Water Restoration Technician
  4. IICRC ASD – Applied Structural Drying
  5. IICRC OCT – Odour Control Technician
  6. IICRC FSRT – Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician
  7. IICRC AMRT – Applied Microbial Remediation Technician
  8. Faster to Master – Total Carpet Care Course
  9. HF1 – Hard Floor Cleaning
  10. C1 – Carpet Cleaning
  11. C2 – Carpet Cleaning
  12. U1 – Upholstery Cleaning
  13. SR1 – Stain Removal
  14. WoolSafe Fibre Care
  15. WoolSafe Carpet Repair
  16. WoolSafe Water Damage Restoration for Carpet Cleaners
  17. NCCA Water Damage Restoration for Carpet Cleaners Course
  18. Mould Remediation
  19. Desiccant Drying Techniques
  20. Practical use of Moisture Meters
  21. Advanced Spot and Stain Removal
  22. Courses in Development