TRAMEX Moisture Meters & Kits

Dec Scanner

Dec Scanner - DSAL

For the instant surveying of moisture conditions in roofing and waterproofing systems

3 ranges of sensitivity

Fast readings over large roof areas in a short time frame

Faster and more user friendly than nuclear meters

Easy and safe to use

Battery - 9V

  • Features

    Complies to ASTM D7954

    Non-destructive impedance moisture meter.

    Three ranges of sensitivity enabling the inspection of a variety of roof membranes and insulation thicknesses.

    Ergonomic easy-reach and easy to operate control panel.

    Leak tracing, water leak detection, problem sourcing, and an instantaneous and clear indication of roof condition.

    Fast readings over large roof areas in a short time frame.

    Work in normal daylight hours.

    Faster and more user friendly than nuclear meters.

    Easy and safe to use with no regulatory restrictions or operating license required.

    Dependable solid state circuitry and rugged molded body for long-term reliability.

    Battery powered - 9 Volt PP3.

  • Specification

    Size: 762 mm x 400 mm x 158 mm (30”W x 15¾“D x 6¼”H)

    Scanning area: 609 mm x 394mm (24”W x 15.5”D)

    Carry case: 940mm x 508 mm x 270mm (38”W x 20”D x 10”H)

    Weight: Dec Scanner 9.95 Kg (24.6 lbs)

    Weight: Carry Case 9.9 Kg (21.9 lbs)

    Total Weight: Dec Scanner in Carry Case 21.1 Kg (46.5 lbs)

    Outer packaging carton weight: 2 Kg (4.4 lbs)

    Total shipping weight: 23.1Kg (51 lbs)

    Dimensional shipping weight: 30 Kg (66 lbs)

    Display: Analog Measuring Range: 0 to 100

    Comparative Max. depth of penetration: 152 mm (6”)

    Power Supply: 2 x 9 Volt PP3 Batteries (included)

    Limitations: Some EPDM, Butyl rubber roofing and other conductive roofing.

    Range selection:

    The Dec Scanner has an integrated and adjustable calibration ability allowing for precise comparative readings. There are 3 Ranges, and they should be selected as best suits the surface under test, for example:

    Range 1 - Most suitable for single-ply and thin roof coverings such as PVC, Hypalon and other smooth surfaces where insulation is wet and moisture is close to the surface.

    Range 2 - Most suitable for multi-ply built-up and modified systems, mineral surfaced felts, and other smooth or gravel surfaces where insulation is less wet and moisture is below the surface.

    Range 3 - Most suitable for thicker roof coverings such as mastic asphalt, thick gravel and stone surfaced roofing