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    Firewood Moisture Meter

    59.95
    List Price: $73.99
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    • Stick meter into firewood to test its moisture content
    • 4-prong test produces a reading between 3% and 40% moisture content
    • Back lit LCD screen with large LCD readout
    • Includes 9v battery, padded carry case, and instructions
    • Wood burns best between 15% and 20% moisture content, higher than that produces excess smoke and soot, lower than that burns too quickly
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: AW Perkins
    Part Number: 360
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-103331

    Features

    • Stick meter into firewood to test its moisture content
    • 4-prong test produces a reading between 3% and 40% moisture content
    • Back lit LCD screen with large LCD readout
    • Includes 9v battery, padded carry case, and instructions
    • Wood burns best between 15% and 20% moisture content, higher than that produces excess smoke and soot, lower than that burns too quickly
    Wood burns best between 15% and 20% moisture content, higher than that produces excess smoke and soot, lower than that burns too quickly. Make sure your fire installation produces safe levels of smoke and soot with this Meter for measuring Firewood Moisture. Just stick this meter into firewood to test its moisture content. Its 4-prong test produces a reading between 3% and 40% moisture content. This meter features a back lit LCD screen with large LCD readout, and includes a 9v battery, padded carry case, and instructions.
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    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Rose from WI on January 3, 2016
    If you wanted to test moisture in firewood, can the wood be tested if its below 32 degrees (frozen) or must wood be above the freezing point to test it?
    By Brennan W. on January 4, 2016

    Answer:
    To test for moisture in wood, the temperature will need to be between 32 degrees and 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

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