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Sam Davison

Protimeter moisture meter

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Hi guys, just looking for a bit of advice with our newly acquired Protimer Timbermaster. We bought it second hand, so it just came with the cable and unit, no instructions. The problem were having is finding any information on which of the A-J settings to use for checking UK species of timber, Hawthorne etc... Ive found a chart online, but its for American species predominantly and is giving us some crazy readings! Any help much appreciated. Sam  

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I have the digital moisture meter from Protimeter. I am assuming the table etc are the same ones?  I can scan the tables and instructions tomorrow if you like. PM me your email address.

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Nice one, thanks guys. They both look much better than the tables I have already. I guess because the unit is pretty accurate, the setting makes a big difference. Testing some dry Silver Birch logs for example, it makes a difference of nearly 20% moisture reading on the 2 different settings listed for Birch. Thanks again fellas. Sam 

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