Moisture Meters for Building Inspection

Delmhorst offers a wide variety of moisture meters for building materials that will guide your inspections with fast and accurate readings.  A moisture meter is the only way to determine structural and safety risks such as mold, rot and decay that may be hidden behind walls, floors and ceilings.  

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ProScan

The ProScan Pinless Moisture Meter helps building inspectors find moisture in building materials Learn More
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TechScan

The fast, accurate, non-destructive way to check for moisture in walls and floors.

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TotalCheck

Delmhorst’s TotalCheck 3-in-1 meter measures moisture by pin and scan modes, and features a removable thermo-hygrometer attachment that measures ambient temperature and RH, and calculates dew point and GPP.

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TechCheck PLUS

The easy-to-use 2-in-1 TechCheck PLUS was designed with simplicity in mind and helps to make even the most demanding job simple.

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HT-4000 Thermo-Hygrometer

The HT-4000 is a stand-alone thermo-hygrometer for contractors who prefer having separate meters to one combination meter.

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HT-3000 Thermo-Hygrometer

The HT-3000 thermo-hygrometer is a great tool for monitoring the level of humidity in flooring installations, building inspections, restoration jobs, and even agriculture operations.

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BD-2100

The best-selling BD-2100 is great for measuring moisture in a variety of different building materials, including wood, concrete, drywall, EIFS, roofing, insulation, and flooring.

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BD-10

Easy to operate and easy to read, the BD-10 measures moisture in wood and other non-wood building materials.

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J-Lite

Whether you're experienced or just starting out, you can't go wrong with the J-Lite!

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G-79

One of our first meters to feature our exclusive gypsum scale, the G-79 is still a favorite for its large analog display and classic design.

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