The Why, What,
and How
of Concrete Moisture Testing

Wagner Meters is proud to offer this must-see webinar for flooring industry professionals, building inspectors, and concrete construction contractors. This free training is presented by Jason Spangler, our very own flooring division manager. Get all of the knowledge and guidance you need to avoid and prevent moisture-related flooring failures with this comprehensive concrete drying and moisture testing webinar.

An Hour of Great Education

Our mission is to create and provide solutions in moisture measurement technology to enhance the quality and value of its customer’s products. The free training course provides the most up-to-date information on accurate moisture testing of concrete slabs. Online seating is limited, so register today for one of the upcoming webinars.

Presented by Jason Spangler

Jason Spangler is the Flooring Sales Manager for Wagner Meters. He has his MBA from West Texas A&M University and has over 25 years of experience working with products in the construction, roofing and concrete flooring industries.

As an advocate for the precision and effectiveness of RH testing, you can find him in hundreds of Wagner’s Rapid RH® and Orion® product demonstration videos. He enjoys providing hands-on, detailed how-tos for each of the products he personally recommends. It’s a way to share his passion for a testing method he has observed to be the best option out there.

Throughout his time at Wagner Meters, Jason has successfully launched a variety of products to the market, including the original Rapid RH concrete moisture test. He is also part of the Executive Board as the Secretary/Treasurer for the Flooring Contractors Association (FCICA).

Watch Our Past Webinars

Wagner Meters is proud to offer the online course,
“Moisture Testing of Concrete Floor Slabs.”

Last Updated 03/2020

This free training webinar – presented by Howard Kanare, a leading expert in concrete moisture issues – is especially relevant for building inspectors, contractors, and flooring installers who may need to understand, detect, and discuss flooring failures, even before those failures occur.

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