Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by gunny100, Jan 6, 2019.
were can i buy a good firewood digital mositure meter
i do not want to burn unseasoned wood
Got mine on ebay
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We sell Wagner meters used mostly for lumber drying, but I use one myself for determining dryness of fire wood I split. Meter is preprogrammed for reading about a hundred or so different type wood specie.
They don't come cheap though.
waste of money IMHO.....24 years of wood burning and have never needed one. Split and stack wood at least 1 year and you'll be fine. My "current" setup is separate stacks for every-other-year (2 years seasoning).
They're a neat gadget, but with some experience & proper wooding techniques not exactly necessary.
I wouldn’t bother getting a good one for firewood. I also agree that they are unnecessary but so is having a garage full of chainsaws and nobody on this site thinks twice about that. Pretty much any one you can find should do the job. Lowe’s, harbor freight, Amazon. I wouldn’t spend more than $25. You’ll probably have to spend ten times that or more for a good one.
There was a thread about them not too long ago and basically everyone was happy with whichever one they bought. They just check the resistance and convert it to an approximate moisture level. I’ve even seen charts to use with a multimeter.
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