The Tramex Hygro-i2 ® relative humidity probe is the most advanced, resilient and reusable RH probe on the market today, allowing the user to perform in situ and hood type RH testing to comply with ASTM F2170 for the ï¬ooring industry, and is ideal for use by Flood & Water Damage Restoration and Indoor Air Quality professionals. The speed and accuracy of the Tramex Hygro-i2® probes set them apart from all other RH probes on the market. The conï¬dence in knowing you are testing with the best and fastest RH probe, together with the complete Tramex concrete moisture testing system, brings reliability and peace of mind to a whole new level.
Hygro-i2 Probes are available in packs 1, 3, 6, 12, 25, 50 and 100. Product Codes HIPP1, HIPP3, HIPP6, HIPP12, HIPP25, HIPP50, HIPP100.
Used in conjunction with the Tramex CMEX II or the Tramex MRH III non-destructive moisture meters, the Hygro-i2 ® probe provides measurements of relative humidity, temperature, dew point and grains per pound in structural materials such as concrete ï¬ooring and walls, as well as the ambient conditions within the building envelope, all shown simultaneously on one clear display.
The Hygro-i2 ® probes are reusable, paying for themselves after a few uses compared to single-use, disposable RH probes. Calibration checks can be carried out using the calibration check salts.
RELATIVE HUMIDITY SENSOR SPECIFICATIONS:
Range: 0 to 100%RH
Accuracy: 0% to 99%RH ±2.0%RH (@ 77ºF (25ºC))
Resolution: 0.1% over the complete range
Drift: <0.25%RH per year
TEMPERATURE SENSOR SPECIFICATIONS:
Range: -40ºF to 257ºF (-40ºC to 125ºC)
Range 68ºF to 140ºF (±0.1 °C Range 20°C to 60°C) Sensor Protection:
PTFE Film protects sensor opening from water & dust Drift: <0.04ºF (0.03ºC) per year NIST traceable. (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Instant and non-destructive moisture content tests per international standard ASTM F2659 with the CMEX II, a digital version of the CME4 handheld electronic moisture meter, designed for the instant and precise measurement of moisture content in concrete slabs, featuring Carbide Method equivalent scales for concrete and anhydrite screeds and giving comparative readings in other cementitious floor screeds.