Hi all, was wondering if someone could help explain something to me.
I am in the need to do some quality control on teak wood furnitures
that are shipped out of my company. ie. check the moisture levels
before shipping to make sure that the wood is not too dry and will not
I bought a moisture reading Meter from Lignomat (www.lignomat.com) and
started to read the manual.
It tells me that the reading is given in % based on a 70°F (20°C). So
I took my first reading and got a 7.8% from my teak wood piece. So 7.8%
x 20°C gives me about 1.6°C. Is this correct?
Where can I get a chart showing adequate or acceptable levels for teak
wood temperatures? Because I do not know if 1.6°C is an acceptable
wood temperature or not?
Thank you all for the help.