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Is the MEP any use on a concrete slab?


David Meiland
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I was snooping around an older commercial building today that has a concrete slab floor, painted in some places and carpeted in others. Out of idle curiously I scanned around with my MEP. Is there any way this meter is useful for an application like this? On the plaster/brick scale it seemed to read in the middle of the relative range a lot, with some lows or highs. Some of the carpet was shag laid over pad, some was indoor/outdoor glued down, and this had quite an effect. I know that Tramex makes a meter specifically for concrete slabs but there are only a few times a year when I could really use it. Any thoughts on this?

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