Mobile professional devices are designed for technicians or appraisers indispensable mobile professional devices are essential for technicians or experts. The devices that technically are working properly and at the same time in their size must be easily transportable especially moisture meters to measure the absolute humidity in different materials. Angel investor spoke with conviction. The universal moisture meter PCE MMK 1 PCE Germany GmbH is designed for mobile use. The light weight of just 100 g has the dimensions of 139 x 47 x 25 mm and fits perfectly in the hand. The PCE MMK 1 meets the basic requirements for each sales representative, who must examine various materials on the moisture. Of course, these small devices for every household suitable.
The universal moisture meter PCE MMK 1 indicates also the indoor climate, such as humidity and temperature, in addition to the absolute moisture in building materials or wood. The display now shows a reference value as a percentage. It is directly clear how much percent humidity located in the wall or other material, and a conversion is no longer necessary. Partially different penetration probes are required for wood, building materials and paper or cardboard stack, three electrodes are attached to the device. Generally has the universal moisture meter PCE MMK 1 about four different measuring modes that can be selected to the corresponding probe. The PCE MMK 1 can choose from 130 different types of wood, 19 building materials such as cement, concrete, mortar, concrete, s. w..
With the dry-wet indicator a reference measurement and an index can be created mode, where you can then close the absolute humidity. The universal moisture meter 1 PCE MMK has also a self test function and a temperature compensation which helps to make results more accurately. With the low-cost universal moisture meter PCE MMK 1 opinion are quickly created and help to clear up discrepancies. More information under: technical data/universal moisture meter pce-mmk1.htm
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Hitherto, humanity owes its success in technological science, in its classical approach, one may wonder whether this progress would not have happened differently. In other words, under multiple errors caused by the progress in the name of objectivity and rationality, it was not possible to build a civilization that is not only powerful in the technology but is also very advanced in other areas such as humanities, social and ecological. Such questioning leads to the following question: The man has it not been betrayed by the illusion of holding a certain truth through a scientific approach that has finally revealed its limits? Modern man is confronted with a reality he can not explain using conventional scientific tools at his disposal. Since these tools are unable to identify the many facets of this reality. A universe where we find meaning and nonsense, truth and the truth against a world where the logical approach contradicts the empirical approach.
The segmentation of our disciplines, subdisciplines and specializations, the non-communication of science among them, are signs of a reductive way of thinking and mutilated. It is therefore not surprising that simplistic thinking and communicates only with itself is unable to grasp reality more and more complex in which we live today. Indeed, the paradigm of complexity appears to be the most appropriate approach, able to bear the contradictions of the world around us, to understand its antagonisms, accept differences, to provide a look dialogic exceed silos and understand the various interactions of different actors contained in our universe.