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Extech MO280 Pinless Moisture Meter

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Non-invasive measurement monitor moisture in wood and other building materials with virtually no surface damage

Availability: In stock

$149.99

Description

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  • Quickly indicates the moisture content of materials
  • Select from 10 wood types and measurement ranges
  • LCD displays % moisture of wood or material being tested • Measurement depth to 0.75" (20mm) below the surface
  • Automatic internal test and calibration
  • Electro-magnetic testing technology
  • Low battery indication
  • Complete with 9V battery and pouch case

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-EX280
Set Product as New to Date No
Specification No
Clamp Meter Type N/A
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Mfr. Model # MO280
Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
Standards CE Approved

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