Delmhorst QUICKNAV/BP QuickNav Moisture Meter, Basic Package



Price: $ 840.00

Delmhorst QuickNav 3-in-1 Moisture Meter
Scan depth of "
Correction scales for wood and drywall
Moisture range of 6-60% on wood and 0.1-6% on drywall

QuickNav, Delmhorsts easy to use 3-in-1 meter, offers pin mode, scan mode, and thermo-hygrometer in a single handheld unit. The QuickNav will instantly calculate dewpoint, grains per pound (GPP) and vapor pressure for fast, accurate moisture measurement.

QuickNav offers the same high performance pin mode, scan mode, and thermo-hygrometer as our industry leading NavigatorPro, in an easier to use format. If you are looking for the versatility of a 3-in-1 meter and do not need to store and download reading, QuickNav is the answer


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Kit Contents
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Delmhorst QUICKNAV/BP QuickNav Moisture Meter, Basic Package
  • Delmhorst QuickNav 3-in-1 Moisture Meter
  • RH Sensor
  • 2-E Electrode
  • Carrying Case
  • Instructions

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Delmhorst QUICKNAV/CP QuickNav Moisture Meter, Complete Package
  • Delmhorst QuickNav 3-in-1 Moisture Meter
  • RH Sensor
  • Carrying Case
  • 2-E Electrode
  • 26-ES Electrode
  • 21-E Electrode
  • Instructions


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Features
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  • Scan depth of "
  • Correction scales for wood and drywall
  • Moisture range of 6-60% on wood and 0.1-6% on drywall
  • Scan range of 0-300 numerical reference scale
  • RH/T Range of 0-100% RH
  • Measures temperature over the range of -40F-255F withaccuracyof +/- 1.8F over -4F to 158F (range of -40C - 124C withaccuracyof +/- 1C over -20 to 70C)
  • Dewpoint -40F - 176F
  • Calculates Vapor Pressure
  • Grains Per Pound (GPP) 0.1 3820 GPP (0.1 545GPK)
  • Backlit LCD screen
  • Hold feature that allowsto holdthe displayed reading when testinghard to reach areas
  • Adjustable alarm alerts you whenpreselectedmoisture level is reached, easily compare to established dry standard
  • Carrying Case
  • 1 yearwarranty


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Accessories & Electrodes
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RH/T-S1

  • Detachable relative humidity/temperature sensor that is included with Navigator Pro and HT-4000. Can be used to obtain ambient RH/T readings. Order individually or in packs of 5 as RH/T-S1/5
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26-ES
The 496 contact pins that come with the 26-ES penetrate 1 1/8" and have insulated shanks so that only the tips are exposed. The pins make contact only at their uncoated tips and provide much more accurate readings of moisture content at various levels of penetration. This feature is useful for a variety of different applications

  • Flooring installers:Penetrate through flooring to plywood sub-floor, or concrete.
  • Dry kiln operators:Identify moisture gradients which helps to identify the drying pattern.
  • Furniture manufacturers and craftsmen:Easily check high density hardwood that short pins are unable to penetrate

Also available as the 26-ED, which includes gauge to measure pin penetration depth


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21-E

  • Comes with A-111 uninsulated contact pins for 1 1/2" penetration. For use on plaster, masonry and wood. Will also accept 496, insulated pins; 1 1/16" penetration
  • 22-E is also available as the 22- ET with a tapped handle for hard to reach areas

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22-E

  • Comes with A-111 uninsulated contact pins for 1 1/2" penetration. For use on plaster, masonry and wood. Will also accept 496, insulated pins; 1 1/16" penetration
  • 22-E is also available as the 22-ET with a tapped handle for hard to reach areas

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19-E/STC

  • Features two 5'' long blades, bent to a 35 angle, and coated in Teflon except for the tips. Great for checking behind trim and baseboard molding

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2-E/SPLIT

  • Makes moisture testing in hard to reach places a breeze. Simply attach any length metal probe" to the alligator clips on the end of the 2-E/Split and test behind toe kicks, through drywall, or any other area where our standard length contacts pins arent long enough


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Downloads
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Delmhorst QuickNav Moisture Meters - Instruction Manual
Delmhorst QuickNav Moisture Meters - Relative Humidity Sensor
Delmhorst Accessories & Electrodes - Catalog Online


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Why should I use a moisture meter for a water-damaged structure

The only way to be sure you are properly drying a structure after water damage is to monitor the drying process with a moisture meter. Even if you have the most advanced drying equipment, you cannot be sure they are working effectively without the use of a moisture meter.

How does a moisture meter work

There are two types of moisture meters typically used in the restoration industry. Pin-type meters, which utilize the principle of electrical resistance, use wood or other hygroscopic materials as an element in a circuit by driving two pins or electrodes into it.

Pinless meters use radio frequency signals to penetrate the material being tested. There is no pin intrusion into the surface of the material you are checking.

What type of meter works best for water-damaged structures

To quickly identify wet areas in walls and floors, pinless meters are easy to use. They offer the convenience of testing a large area quickly, and help you determine if further testing is required in certain spots.

A pin type meter, on the other hand, is the best way to identify the exact location of water damage behind walls, in sub-floors, or in any other area where moisture may be hidden behind another surface. The key to finding hidden moisture is to use an electrode with insulated contact pins. These pins read only at their un-insulated pin tips, allowing the contractor to drive the pins into material at various depths, noting readings at each level of penetration.

When do I check the moisture of a structure

As soon as you arrive at a job-site. It is crucial to check moisture levels in both water-damaged areas and areas that were not exposed to water. This enables you to establish a benchmark or target moisture level to reach at the end of the drying process. Use the meter continuously while drying, to confirm the progress of your work, and again before signing off. Remember, without a moisture meter, you have no way of knowing that you have dried the structure properly to "pre-loss" conditions.

What areas of a structure can be monitored using a moisture meter

Check any area that has been exposed to water damage, namely wood floors, sub-floor, joists, studs or paneling. Also check for moisture in concrete sub-floors, drywall, insulation and behind trim and moldings.

Because Delmhorst moisture meters have different scales to measure %MC in wood, gypsum, and other non-wood building materials, it's easy to check all these areas with one moisture meter.

How can I check moisture levels behind baseboards and trim molding without removing them

Use our 19-E/ST electrode. The flat blades of this electrode can be slid easily between the wall and trim, making it easy to check these hard to reach places, while leaving everything in tact.


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Product Price
Delmhorst QUICKNAV/BP QuickNav Moisture Meter, Basic Package $840.00
Accessories Price
Delmhorst 26-ES The 496 contact pins that come with the 26-ES penetrate 1 1/8” and have insulated shanks so that only the tips are exposed. $145.00
Delmhorst 19-E/STC Features two 5" long blades, bent to a 35° angle, and coated in Teflon except for the tips. Great for checking behind trim and baseboard molding. $200.00
Delmhorst 2-E/SPLIT Makes moisture testing in hard to reach places a breeze. Simply attach any length metal “probe” to the alligator clips on the end of the 2-E/Split and test behind toe kicks, through drywall, or any other area where our standard length contacts pins aren"t long enough. $115.00
Delmhorst 21-E The 608 pins that come with the 21-E are insulated, except at the tips, and can reach a maximum penetration of 3-1/4". $110.00
Delmhorst RH/T-S1 - Detachable relative humidity/temperature sensor that is included with Navigator Pro and HT-4000. Can be used to obtain ambient RH/T readings. Order individually or in packs of 5 as RH/T-S1/5 $90.00

 



 
 

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