Wagner Meters Brings New Orion® Pinless Wood Moisture Meters with Exclusive In-the-Field Calibration Capability to AWFS 2019

Wagner Meters Brings New Orion® Pinless Wood Moisture Meters with Exclusive In-the-Field Calibration Capability to AWFS 2019

Rogue River, OR (June 2019) – Wagner Meters proudly brings to AWFS 2019 new Orion meters that build on the tradition of their popular MMC/MMI predecessors by adding dual-depth measurement*, rubber protective boot, and true in-the-field calibration.

The new Orion meters are exclusive as the only wood moisture meters that can be truly calibrated in-the-field, wherever you are, in less than 30 seconds. Wagner's On-Demand Calibrator is a simple way to assure your Orion wood moisture meter is always at original factory calibration, and always accurate. The On-Demand Calibrator also comes in a NIST-traceable version with a certificate for those pursuing the ISO standard of excellence.

For more information, stop by the Wagner Meters booth #4260 at AWFS or visit www.wagnermeters.com.

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