H60.0.01.6C-13
Operating Manual
Resistive Material Moisture Measuring
GMH 3810
from version 1.8
keep for future reference
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Index
1
2
GENERAL ADVICE.................................................................................................................................................. 3
INTENDED USE ........................................................................................................................................................ 3
2.1 SAFETY SIGNS AND SYMBOLS ................................................................................................................................ 3
2.2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 3
3 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION...................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1 SCOPE OF DELIVERY .............................................................................................................................................. 4
3.2 OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE........................................................................................................................... 4
3.3 DISPLAY ELEMENTS .............................................................................................................................................. 4
3.4 PUSHBUTTONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 4
4 DEVICE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................... 5
5 SOME BASICS OF PRECISION MATERIAL MOISTURE MEASURING ...................................................... 6
5.1 MOISTURE CONTENT U AND WET-BASIS MOISTURE CONTENT W ........................................................................ 6
5.2 SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE DEVICE ....................................................................................................................... 6
5.3 AUTO-HOLD FUNCTION ......................................................................................................................................... 6
5.4 AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE-COMPENSATION ('ATC') ........................................................................................... 6
5.5 MEASURING IN WOOD: MEASURING WITH TWO MEASURING-PIKES .................................................................. 7
5.6 MEASURING OTHER MATERIALS .......................................................................................................................... 7
5.6.1
‘Hard‘ Materials (concrete or similar): Measuring with brush-type probes (GBSL91 or GBSK91) .............. 7
5.6.2
‘Soft‘ Materials (polystyrene or similar): Measuring with Measuring-pikes or -pins (GMS 300/91) ............ 7
5.6.3
Measuring bulk cargo, bales and other special measures ............................................................................. 7
5.7 MEASURING OF MATERIALS, HAVING NO CHARACTERISTIC CURVES STORED ...................................................... 8
6 HINTS FOR THE SPECIAL FUNCTION .............................................................................................................. 8
6.1 MOISTURE ESTIMATION ('WET' - 'MEDIUM' - 'DRY') ...................................................................................... 8
6.2 PRE-SELECTION OF FAVOURITE MATERIALS ('SORT') ............................................................................................ 8
7 FAULT AND SYSTEM MESSAGES ....................................................................................................................... 9
8 INSPECTION OFT HE ACCURACY / ADJUSTMENT SERVICES .................................................................. 9
9 SPECIFICATION .................................................................................................................................................... 10
10
DISPOSAL NOTES .............................................................................................................................................. 10
11
APPENDIX A: SORTS OF WOOD .................................................................................................................... 11
12
APPENDIX B: ADDITIONAL MATERIALS ................................................................................................... 16
12.1
MEASURING OF BUILDING MATERIALS ............................................................................................................ 16
12.2
ESTIMATION OF ADDITIONAL MATERIALS ....................................................................................................... 16
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1 General advice
Read through this document attentively and make yourself familiar to the operation of the device before you
use it. Keep this document in a ready-to-hand way in order to be able to look up in the case of doubt.
2 Intended use
The device is suitable for the measurement of moisture content and temperature.
The measurement is done using 2 screwed needles on the face side of the device.
The safety instructions of these operating manual must be followed (see below).
The device may be used only under the conditions and for the uses for which it was designed.
The device must be treated carefully and used according to the technical data (do not throw, hit, etc.).
Protect against contamination
2.1
Safety signs and symbols
Warning notices are marked in this manual as shown in table 1:
Warning! Symbol warns of impending danger, death, serious
bodily injury or serious property damage if ignored.
DANGER

Attention! Symbol warns of potential hazards or hazardous
situations that can cause damage on the equipment or the
environment if ignored.
Note! Symbol indicates incidents that have an indirect impact on
the operation or can trigger an unforeseen reaction if ignored.
table 1
2.2
Safety Instructions
This device has been designed and tested in accordance to the safety regulations for electronic devices.
However, its trouble-free operation and reliability cannot be guaranteed unless the standard safety measures
and special safety advises given in this manual will be adhered to when using it.
1. Trouble-free operation and reliability of the device can only be guaranteed if it is not subjected to any
other climatic conditions than those stated under “Specification”.
Transporting the device from a cold to a warm environment condensation may result in a failure of the
function. In such a case make sure the device temperature has adjusted to the ambient temperature
before trying a new start-up.
2.
DANGER
3.
DANGER
Whenever there may be a risk whatsoever involved in running it, the device has to be
switched off immediately and to be marked accordingly to avoid re-starting. Operator safety
may be a risk if:
- there is visible damage to the device
- the device is not working as specified
- the device has been stored under unsuitable conditions for a longer time
In case of doubt, please return device to manufacturer for repair or maintenance.
Do not use this product as safety or emergency stop device or in any other application
where failure of the product could result in personal injury or material damage.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury and material
damage.
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3 Product description
3.1
Scope of delivery
GMH 3810
9V battery type IEC 6F22
Operating Manual
3.2
Operating and Maintenance
1. Battery Operation
The battery has been used up and needs to be replaced, if “bAt“ is shown in lower display. The device will,
however, continue operating correctly for a certain time.
The battery has been completely used up, if ´bAt´ is shown in the upper display.
2. The battery has to be removed, when storing device above 50°C.
We recommend to remove the battery if device is not used for a longer period of time!
Risk of leakage!
3. Treat device and probes carefully. Use only in accordance with above specification. (do not throw, hit against
etc.). Protect plugs and sockets from soiling.
4. Cable break or no connected / too dry / highly insulating material:

There may still corresponding %-values are displayed
- This shall not constitute a valid test result!
3.3
Display Elements
1 = Main Display:
2 = Auxiliary Display:
Currently measured material moisture
[percent moisture content]
HLD: Measure value is „frozen„ (Button 6)
Currently selected material
(or temperature when pressing Button 3)
Special display elements:
3 = Moisture estimation: Estimation of the material condition: via top
arrows: DRY - MEDIUM - WET
4 = Warning triangle:
Indicates low battery
5 = “%u” or “%w”
Displays unit: moisture content u or wet basis
moisture content w
All remaining arrows have no function in this version.
3.4
Pushbuttons
Key 1:
Key 4:
Key 2, 5:
Key 6:
press (Menu) for 2 sec.: configuration will activated
During measure: select a material
p.r.t: Limitation of the material selection
List of selectable materials: Appendix A, Appendix B
With manual temperature compensation:
When displaying temperature (call via button 3 ‚Temp„):
Input of temperature
up/down for configuration:
to enter values or change settings
Store/:
-
Key 3:
On/Off key
Set/Menu
Measurement:
with Auto-Hold off: Hold current measuring value ('HLD' in display)
with Auto-Hold on: Start a new measure, which is ready when 'HLD' appears in the display
refer to chapter 5.3 Auto-Hold Function
Set/Menu or temperature input: confirming of selected input, return to measure
During the measure:
shortly displaying temperature or changing to temperature input.
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4 Device Configuration
For configuration of the device press "Menu"-key (key 4) for 2 seconds, the first menu will be shown.
Choose between the individual values that can be set by pressing the "Menu"-key (key 4) again.
The individual values are changed by pressing the keys "" (key 2) or "" (key 5).
Use key "Store/" (key 6) to leave configuration and to store settings.
Parameter
Key
Menu 
Values
key or
Meaning

p.r.t.
Limitation of the material selection
off:
Unrestricted material selection via key 2 and 5
1...8:
Material selection in-between 1 up to 8 selectable materials
6.2
selectable materials (not available if Sort = off)
Select the desired material that should be available during
....
the measure via key 2 and 5.
Generic Settings
Arrow bottom left
points to “%u”
Arrow bottom left
points to “%w”
°C
°F
Moisture display = moisture content [%u]
oFF
on
Atc off: temperature input for compensation via keys
Atc on: temperature compensation via internally measured temperature
5.4
oFF
on
Auto HLD off: continuous measuring.
Auto-HLD on: when reaching a stable measuring result, this will be
frozen with-HLD. When pressing the store-key a new measure will be
initiated.
Power-off delay in minutes.
Device will be automatically switched off as soon as this time has
elapsed if no key is pressed takes place
Power-off function inactive (continuous operation, e.g. mains operation)
5.3
1...120
oFF
Moisture display = wet-basis moisture content [%u]
All temperature values are in degrees Celsius
All temperature values are in degrees Fahrenheit
The settings will be set to the settings ex works, if keys „Set„ and „Store„ are pressed
simultaneously for more than 2 seconds.
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5 Some basics of precision material moisture measuring
5.1
Moisture Content u and Wet-Basis Moisture Content w
Depending on the Application one of the two units is necessary.
Carpenters, joiners and the like commonly use the moisture content u (sometimes referred to as MC).
When evaluating firewood, wood chips etc., the wet basis moisture content w is needed.
The instrument can be configured to both of the values. Please refer to chapter “configuration“.
Moisture content u or MC (relative to dry weight) = dry basis moisture content (mind the arrow at left
bottom!)
The unit is %, sometimes used: % MC.
The unit expresses the moisture content like calculated below:
Moisture content u [%] = (weightwet - weightdry) / weightdry *100
Or:
Moisture content u [%] = (weightwater) / (weightdry) *100
weightwet:
weight of the wet material
weightwater:
weight of water in the wet material
weightdry:
oven-dry weight of material
Example:
1kg of wet wood, which contains 500g of water has a moisture content u of 100%
Wet-Basis Moisture Content w (relative to total weight, mind the arrow at left bottom!)
The wet-basis moisture content expresses the ratio of the mass of water to the total mass of the substance. The
ratio is represented by the following equation (the unit is % as well):
wet-basis moisture w[%] = (weightwet - weightdry) / weightwet *100
Or:
wet-basis moisture w[%] = (weightwater) / weightwet *100
Example:
1kg of wet wood, which contains 500g of water has a moisture content u of 50%
5.2
Special features of the device
466 wood specimens and 28 building materials are stored directly in the memory of the device:
Thus more exact measurements could be reached than with common devices with group selections would ever
reach. Even the usage of complex conversion tables for building materials won‟t be necessary any more!
Example: Common wood-moisture-measuring-devices use one single group for spruce and oak, in reality the
deviation of these characteristic curves is more than 3%! (Base for this statement are complex statistical surveys,
considered measuring range 7-25%). This random error will not occur for the whole GMH38xx series, with the
help of individual characteristic curves highest resolution is achieved.
Extreme wide measuring range: 0-100% (depending on characteristic curve) percent moisture content in wood.
Moisture estimation: Additionally to the measuring value, an individual moisture estimation will be displayed
simultaneously.
5.3
Auto-Hold Function
Particularly when measuring dry wood, electrostatic charges and other similar noise could dither the measuring
value. With activated auto-hold function the device will acquire an exact measuring value automatically. During
that, the device could be put down to avoid noise through discharge of the clothing etc. After having acquired the
measuring value, the display will change to „HLD‟: The value will be frozen as long as a new measuring is initiated
by pressing button 6 (store).
5.4
Automatic temperature-compensation ('Atc')
An exact temperature compensation is important for a reliable wood-moisture-measuring. These devices feature a
integrated temperature measuring and a manual input of the temperature.
The used temperature value therefore is:
The used temperature-value therefor is:
Menu
Atc on
Atc off
Used temperature-value
Device-internal temperature-measuring
Manual input of temperature: shortly press Temp-Button then use  (button 2) or 
(button 5) to input the temperature confirm selection with „Store„(button 6)
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Measuring In Wood: Measuring With Two Measuring-Pikes
For measuring wood, punch in the measuring-pikes across to the wood-grain, having a good contact between the pikes
and the wood (measuring along wood-grain deviates minimal).
DO NOT HIT ONTO THE DEVICE OR PUNCH THE NEEDLES IN WITH FORCE!
The device may be damaged.
Select correct wood-sort (see Appendix A).
Ensure measuring the correct temperature (see chapter 0).
Now read the measuring-value or when having activated the auto-hold-function initiate a new measuring by pressing
Store/ (button 6) .
The measured resistance will be extremely high when measuring dry wood (<15%) thus the measuring will need more
time to achieve its terminal value among other things static discharge could momentarily falsify the measuring.
Therefore beware of static discharge and wait long enough until a stable measuring value is displayed (unstable: „%“
blinking) or use the auto-hold-function (see chapter 5.3 Auto-Hold Function).
Extreme accurate measures can be carried out within the range of 6 to 30%.
Beyond this range the acquirable accuracy will lessen, but the device will deliver reference values still sufficient for the
practitioner.
It is measured between the measuring-pikes insulated among each other. Requirements for an exact measurement:
- choose correct place to measure: place should be free of irregularities like resin–clusters, knurls, rifts, etc.
- choose correct measure depth: Recommendation: for trimmed timber: press in the pikes up to 1/3 of the material
thickness.
- Perform multiple measurements: the more measurements will be averaged, the more exact the result will be.
- Pay attention to temperature-compensation: let the device adapt to the temperature of the wood (Atc on) or enter
the exact temperature manually (Atc off).
Frequent sources of errors:
- Attention with oven-dried wood: the moisture dispersion may be irregular, often in the core is more moisture than on
the edge.
- Surface-moisture: The wood-edge could be more humid than the core if the wood had been stored outside and e.g.
was in rain.
- Wood preservative and other treatment could falsify the measuring.
- Fouling at the connections and round the pikes could result in erroneous measurement, especially with dry wood.
5.6
Measuring Other Materials
„Hard„ Materials (concrete or similar): Measuring with brush-type probes (GBSL91 or GBSK91)
Drill two holes with Ø6mm (GBSK91) or Ø 8mm (GBSL91) at intervals of 8
to 10cm into the material to be measured. Do not use edgeless drills: the
resulting heat will evaporate the moisture which will result in faulty
measures. Wait for at least 10min, blow out the holes to clean them from
dust. Apply conductivity compound on the brush-type probes and stick
them into the holes. Choose correct material (see Appendix B: Additional
materials), read the measuring value. Observe that the holes dry out byand-by, and the device will measure a value too low, if you want to use
them several times.
This effect can be compensated by using conductivity compound: insert
profuse conductivity compound between the holes and the brush-type
probe, and let the electrode stick in the hole for about 30min before
measuring (with the device switched off ). Temperature-compensation
plays no role when using the building material measuring.
Measuring with brush probe GBSL91
5.6.1
5.6.2
„Soft„ Materials (polystyrene or similar): Measuring with Measuring-pikes or -pins (GMS 300/91)
The most important thing is a good contact between the materials and the measuring needles. Whenever this is not
possible because of the material texture, we suggest you to use the adapter cable GMK3810 with appropriate
electrodes, such as impact electrode GSE91 or GSG91, reciprocating piston electrode GHE91.
Unscrew the needle holder and mount the adapters for the banana jacks. The red jack has to be connected to the righthand socket, this decreases susceptibility of electromagnetic interference.
Procedure as described in chapter measuring in wood.
5.6.3
Measuring bulk cargo, bales and other special measures
Usable probes: measuring pins GMS 300/91 mounted on GSE91 or GSG91 with adapter cable GMK 3810 (red
connector to the right-hand socket).
Measuring of splints, wood chips, insulating material and similar:
When using measuring pins oscillating movements have to be avoided when pushing in the probes. Otherwise hollows
between the probes and the material may falsify the measuring. The material should be sufficiently compressed. When
in doubt repeat the measuring a few times: the highest measuring value is the most exact one.
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Measuring of materials, having no characteristic curves stored
Choose the representative universal material group „h.A“, „h.b“, „h.c“ and „h.d“(for example corresponding to
A,B,C and D of the GHH91) if a conversion table exists.
Attention: The moisture evaluation wet/dry of these material groups is only valid for wood!
Please keep in mind the following when using the temperature-compensation:
Automatic temperature-compensation should always be activated when measuring wood (Act on), with all
other materials the automatic temperature-compensation should be switched off (Act off) and a manual
temperature of 20°C should be entered.
Additionally at GMH3850: The GMH3850 can store up to 4 additional user characteristic curves. For this
the corresponding reference point measurements for the respective material has to be carried out, from
which the exact moisture content has to be dedicated with the Darr-Probe or the CM-Method. The Results
can be stored in the device with the help of the GMHKonfig-Software, and can be accessed by the device
directly.
6 Hints for the special function
6.1
Moisture estimation ('WET' - 'MEDIUM' - 'DRY')
Additionally to the measuring value, an individual moisture estimation will be displayed simultaneously. This
moisture estimation is only a guidance value, the final evaluation is depending on the application of the
material e.g:
Cement floor pavement ZE, ZFE without additives:
Readiness without floor heating at 2,3% with floor heating 1,5%
Anhydrit floor pavement AE, AFE:
Readiness without floor heating at 0,5% with floor heating 0,3%
Also firewood may be already usable while instrument still displays „wet‟!
Corresponding Standards and Instructions must be observed!
The Device can only complement the skill of a tradesman or investigator but cannot replace it!
6.2
Pre-selection of favourite materials ('Sort')
A pre-selection of different materials (up to 8) can be selected from the menu for an effective working with
the device. For example you can set the Menu Sort to 4 and save the desired materials in Sor.1, Sor.2, Sor.3
and Sor.4 if you only measure 4 different materials. Please refer to chapter Device Configuration.
Only the 4 desired materials can be selected via the buttons up and down, when exiting the menu, a
changing during the measurement can be done comfortably. All materials will be available when setting Sort
to off. Sor.1 to Sor.4 will still be available in the „background‟, when setting the menu Sort to 4 the limited
selection of the 4 entered materials will be active again. You only want to measure one material: set the
menu Sort to 1 you cannot change to another material, thus a faulty operation is impossible.
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7 Fault and System Messages
Display
Meaning
Remedy
low battery voltage, device will continue to work for a
short time
If mains operation: wrong voltage
replace battery
low battery voltage
If mains operation: wrong voltage
No display
or
weird display
low battery voltage
If mains operation: wrong voltage
system error
Device does not
react on keypress device defective
---Sensor error: no material connected (meas. Value
below permissible range), no valid signal
charge at the probe, device will discharge (resp. at dry
wood)
Sensor broken or device defective
Err.1
Value exceeding measuring range
Wrong probe connected
Probe or device defective
Non-floating probe near the unshielded electrode
Err.2
Value below display range
Err.7
Wrong probe connected
Probe, cable or device defective
system error
replace power supply, if fault continues to
exist: device damaged
replace battery
Check/replace power supply, if fault
continues to exist: device damaged
replace battery
Check/replace power supply, if fault
continues to exist: device damaged
Disconnect battery or power supply, wait
some time, re-connect
return to manufacturer for repair
Connect meas. material
Wait until probe has discharged
return to manufacturer for repair
Check: Is the value exceeding the
measuring range specified? >temperature too high!
Check probe
return to manufacturer for repair
Insulate probe or measure at shielded
electrode
Check: Is the value below the measuring
range specified? -> temperature too low!
Check probe
return to manufacturer for repair
return to manufacturer for repair
8 Inspection oft he accuracy / Adjustment Services
Accuracy can be inspected with the testing adapter GPAD 38 (extra equipment).
To check precision select material characteristic curve “.rEF”, choose as moisture display „%u“ and connect
the testing adapter to the needles. The device must display the printed value for the GMH 38xx
If the precision is no more corresponding to the imprint of the GPAD 38, we suggest to send the device to the
manufacturer for a new adjustment.
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9 Specification
Measuring
Principle
Channel1
Resistive material-moisture-measuring
via integrated needles
matching DIN EN 13183-2: 2002
466 different kinds of wood
28 different building materials
Char. curve
Meas. range
Resolution
Estimation
Accuracy Device
Temperature drift
Channel2
Temperature-measuring via NTC
0.0...100.0% moisture content
-30.0... +75.0°C / -22.0... + 167.0°F
(depending on characteristic curve)
equal to ca. 3kOhm ... 2TerraOhm
0,1% moisture content
0.1°C / 0,1°F
Estimation of the material condition in 9 steps from DRY to WET
±1Digit (at nominal-temperature)
Wood: ±0.2% moisture content (deviation from
± 0.3°C
characteristic curve, range 6..30%)
building mat.: : ±0.2% moisture content (dev. from
char. curve, range depending on char. curve)
< 0.005 % moisture content per 1K
0.005% per 1K
Nominal temperature 25°C
Ambient
Temperature -25 ... +50°C (-13 .. 122°F)
Relative humidity 0 ... 95 %RH (non condensing)
Storage temperature -25 ... +70°C (-13 ... 158°F)
Housing
Dimension: 142 x 71 x 26 mm (L x B x D)
impact resistant ABS, membrane keyboard, transparent panel.
Front side IP65, integrated pop-up-clip for table top or suspended use
Weight
approx. 175 g
Power Supply
9V-Battery, type IEC 6F22 (included)
Power Consumption approx. 2.3mA
Display
Two 4 digits LCD‟s (12.4mm high and 7 mm high) for material moisture temperature or characteristic curve,
hold function, etc. as well as additional pointing arrows.
Pushbuttons
6 membrane keys for on/off switch, menu operation, characteristic curve, hold-function etc.
Hold Function
Press button to store current value.
Automatic-Off-Function Device will be automatically switched off if no key is pressed takes place for the time of the power-off
delay. The power-off delay can be set to values between 1 and 120 min.; it can be completely deactivated.
EMC:
The device corresponds to the essential protection ratings established in the Directives of the European
Parliament and of the council on the approximation of the laws of the member states relating to the
electromagnetic compatibility (2004/108/EC).
EN61326 +A1 +A2 (Appendix B, class B), additional error: < 1% FS
10 Disposal Notes
Dispense exhausted batteries at destined gathering places.
This device must not be disposed as “residual waste”. To dispose this device, please send it
directly to us (adequately stamped). We will dispose it appropriately and environmentally friendly.
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11 Appendix A: Sorts of wood
Select kind of wood you want to measure, enter number on the device, e.g. birch = h. 60
Identification
Number Comment
Group A
h. A
Wood-group A (equal to GHH91 selector “A”)
Group B
h. B
Wood-group B (equal to GHH91 selector “B”)
Group C
h. C
Wood-group C (equal to GHH91 selector “C”)
Group D
h. D
Wood-group D (equal to GHH91 selector “D”)
AS/NZS 1080.1
h. AS
Australian reference characteristic curve
Group Spruce-Pine-Fir
h.402
Softwood-Group
GMH38 reference
.rEF
Internal reference for determining additional characteristic
curves / calculation tables (without temperaturecompensation)
Abura
Afrormosia
Afzelia
Agba
Albizia / Iatandza, New
Guinea
Albizia / Iatandza, Solomon
Island
Alder, Blush
Alder, Brown
Alder, Common
Alder, Rose
Alerce
Amberoi
Amoora, New Guinea
Andiroba
Antiaris, New Guinea
Apple, Black
Ash Silvertop
Ash, American
Ash, Bennet's
Ash, Crow's
Ash, European
Ash, Hickory
Ash, Japanese
Ash, Red
Ash, Scaly
Ash, Silver (Northern)
Ash, Silver (Queensland)
Ash, Silver (Southern)
Ash, Silver, New Guinea
Aspen, Hard
Ayan
Balau
Balau, red
Balsa
Basralocus / Angelique
Basswood
Basswood, Fijian
Basswood, Malaysian
Basswood, New Guinea
Basswood, Silver
Basswood, Solomon Island
Hallea ciliata
Pericopsis elata
Afzelia spp.
Gossweilerodendron
balsamiferum
h.2
h.3
h.4
7..60%
6..55%
8..47%
h.426 6..82%
Albizia falcatara
h.8
5..100%
Albizia falcatara
h.9
4..93%
Solanea australis
h.10
Caldcluvia paniculosa h.11
Alnus glutinosa
Caldcluvia
australiensis
Fitzroya cupressoides
Pterocymbium
beccarii
Amoora cucullata
Carapa guianensis
Antiaris toxicaria
Planachonella
australis
Eucalyptus sieberi
Fraxinus americana
Flindersia bennettiana
h.131 2..100%
h.12
6..91%
h.13
7..77%
h.14
5..85%
h.15
h.16
h.7
3..100%
h.17
7..78%
h.27
h.132
h.18
Flindersia australis
h.19
Fraxinus excelsior
h.133
Flindersia ifflaiana
h.20
Fraxinus mandshurica h.134
Flindersia excelsa
h.21
Ganophyllum falcatum h.22
Flindersia schottina
h.23
Flindersia bourjotiana h.24
Flindersia schottina
h.25
Flindersia
amboinensis
Acronychia laevis
Distemonanthus
benthamianus
Shorea laevis
Polyscias elegans
5..73%
6..100%
2..100%
5..100%
6..99%
7..88%
7..69%
6..92%
4..100%
5..86%
5..100%
7..89%
6..100%
7..100%
h.26
5..100%
h.28
5..84%
h.285 7..67%
h.31
Shorea guiso
h.32
Ochroma pyramidale h.33
Dicorynia guianensis h.34
Tilia americana
h.228
Endospermum
macrophyllum
Endospermum
malacense
Endospermum
medullosum
Polyscias elegans
5..82%
7..89%
4..65%
4..88%
4..100%
6..67%
4..100%
Bean, Black
beech, damped
beech, european Beech, Myrtle
Beech, New Zeeland Red
(hearted untreated)
Beech, New Zeeland Red
(sapwood boron)
Beech, New Zeeland Red
(sapwood untreated)
Beech, Silky
Beech, Silver
Beech, Silver (sapwood
tanalith)
Beech, Silver (sapwood
untreated)
Beech, Wau
Beech, White (Fiji)
Beech, White (Queensland)
Bintangor / Calophyllum,
Fijian
Bintangor / Calophyllum,
Malaysian
Bintangor / Calophyllum,
New Guinea
Bintangor / Calophyllum,
Phillipines
Bintangor / Calophyllum,
Solomon Islands
Binuang
Birch, American
Birch, European
Birch, White
Bishop Wood (Fiji)
Blackbutt
Blackbutt, Western Australia
Blackwood
Bloodwood, Red
Bollywood
Bossime
Box Grey
Box Grey Coast
Box, Black
Box, Brush (Location
Unknown)
h.35
4..79%
h.36
5..100%
h.37
5..98%
h.38
h.39
7..93%
Box, Brush (Queensland
4..83%
Box, Kanuka
Box, Brush (N.S.W.)
Castanosperum
australe
Fagus sylvatica
Range
0..100%
1..100%
2..100%
3..100%
4..100%
6..100%
h.40
6..100%
h.87
h.86
6..68%
h.41
6..98%
Nothofagus fusca
h.42
7..100%
Nothofagus fusca
h.43
2..100%
Nothofagus fusca
h.44
5..100%
Fagus sylvatica
Nothofagus
cunninghamii
5..100%
h.45
Nothofagus menziesii h.46
8..85%
Nothofagus menziesii h.47
6..99%
Nothofagus menziesii h.48
4..100%
7..100%
Gmelina leichardtii
h.49
h.50
h.51
Callophyllum
leucocarpum
h.53
5..100%
Calophyllum curtisii
h.54
6..99%
h.55
4..100%
h.56
6..100%
Calophyllum kajewskii h.57
6..100%
Citronella moorei
Elmerrilla papuana
Gmelina vitiensis
Calophyllum
papuanum
Calophyllum
inophyllum
8..73%
5..100%
6..100%
Octomeles sumatrana h.130 5..95%
h.59
h.60
Schizomeria ovata
h.58
Bischofia javanica
h.61
Eucalyptus pilularis
h.62
Eucalyptus patens
h.63
Acacia melanoxylon h.64
Corymbia gunmifera h.66
Litsea reticulata
h.67
Drypetes spp,
h.70
Eucalyptus moluccana h.75
Eucalyptus bosistoana h.76
Eucalyptus lafgiflorens h.71
Betula lutea
7..94%
Betula pubescens
5..100%
Lophostemon
confertus
Lophostemon
confertus
Lophostemon
confertus
Tristania laurina
7..97%
5..94%
4..100%
6..100%
6..97%
7..100%
5..100%
7..78%
8..94%
7..98%
5..100%
h.74
5..63%
h.72
4..68%
h.73
7..52%
h.77
6..100%
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Xanthophyllum
papuanum
Planchonella
Boxwood, Yellow
pholmaniana
Brachychiton
Brachychiton
carrthersii
Bridelia minutiflora
Bridelia
Acacia harpohylla
Brigalow
Eucalyptus fastigata
Brownbarrel
Guibourtia demeusii
Bubinga
Buchanania
Buchanania
arborescens
Burckella obovata
Burckella, Solomon Island
Blepharocarya
Butternut, Rose
involucrigera
Camphorwood, New Guinea Cinnamomum spp,
Campnosperma
Campnosperma (Malaysia) curtisii
Campnosperma (Solomon
Campnosperma
kajewskii
Island)
Boxwood, New Guinea
Cananga (Phillipines)
Canarium Solomon Island
Canarium, African
Canarium, Fijian
Canarium, New Guinea
Candlenut
Carabeen, Yellow
Cathormion, New Guinea
Cedar , Amercan
Cedar, incense
Cedar, White
Cedar, Yellow
Celtis, New Guinea
Celtis, Solomon Island
Cheesewood, White
(Queensland) /Asian
Alstonia
Chengal (Malaysia)
Cherry, American
Cherry, European
Cleistocalyx
Coachwood
Coondoo, Blush
Cordia, New Guinea
Corkwood, Grey
Courbaril
Cudgerie, Brown
Cupiuba
Curupixá
Cypress
Cypress, Northern
Cypress, Rottnest Island
Cypress, White
Dakua, Salusalu (Fiji)
Dibetou/African walnut
Dillenia (Solomon Island)
Doi (Fiji)
Duabanga, New Guinea
Ebony, african
Ekki
Elm, European
Elm, White
h.78
5..88%
h.79
7..78%
h.80
5..67%
h.81
h.82
h.83
h.84
5..100%
5..100%
5..100%
7..90%
h.85
4..99%
h.88
4..73%
h.89
5..88%
h.90
6..96%
h.91
8..100%
h.92
h.93
Canarium salomonese h.97
Canagium odoratum
Canarium
Scheinfurthii
Canarium oleosum
Canarium vitiense
Aleurites moluccana
Sloanea woollsii
Cathormion
umbellatum
Cedrela odorata
3..100%
7..78%
4..82%
h.94
7..100%
h.95
h.96
h.98
h.99
5..100%
5..97%
0..100%
6..85%
h.100 4..68%
h.102 8..86%
Calocedrus decurrens h.65 5..100%
Melia azedarach
h.101 7..100%
Chamaecyparsis
nootkatensis
Celtis spp,
Celtis philippinesis
Alstonia scholaris
h.457 4..100%
h.103 5..86%
h.104 4..69%
h.105 5..100%
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Evodia, White
Figwood (Moreton Bay)
fir, alpine
fir, amabilis
Fir, Douglas
Fir, Douglas (New Zealand)
(sapwood treated)
Fir, Douglas (New Zealand)
(sapwood untreated)
Fir, Douglas (New Zealand)
(truewood untreated)
Fir, europ., MPA
fir, grand
Fir, Spruce
fir, white / fir, silver
Galip
Garo-Garo
Garuga
Goncalo Alvez
Greenheart
Greenheart, Queensland
Group Spruce-Pine-Fir
Guarea, black
Guarea, white
Guariuba
Gum, Black
Gum, Blue, Sidney
Gum, Blue, Southern
Gum, Grey
Gum, Grey, Mountain
Gum, Maiden's
Gum, Manna
Gum, Mountain
Neobalanocarpus
heimii
Prunus serotina
h.106 4..99%
h.216 5..100%
h.217 7..86%
Cleistocalyx mirtoides h.107 5..100%
Prunus avium
Ceratopetalum
h.108 4..100%
apetalum
Planchonella laurifolia h.109 6..75%
Cordia dichotoma
Erythrina vespertillio
Hymenaea coubaril
Canarium
australasicum
Goupia glabra
Micropholis
Cupressus spp,
Callitris intratropica
Callitris preisii
Callitris glaucophylla
Decussocarpus
vitiensis
Lovoa trichilioides
Gum, Red, Forest
Gum, Red, River
6..69%
6..63%
Handlewood, Grey
h.113 7..85%
5..100%
4..82%
Handlewood, White
Hardwood, Johnstone River
Hemlock / Hemlock, Western
Hemlock, Chinesische
Hevea
Hickory
Hollywood, Yellow
5..92%
Horizontal
6..100%
7..100%
6..100%
h.118 6..100%
h.119
Dillenia salomonese h.120
Alphitonia zizphoides h.121
Duabanga moluccana h.124
Diospyros spp,
h.125
Lophira alata
h.29
Ulmus spp,
h.374
Ulmus americana
h.373
Gum, Red, American
Gum, Rose / Gum, Saligna
Gum, Shining
Gum, Spotted (Victoria)
(Lemon-Scented)
Gum, Sugar
Gum, White Dunn's
Gum, Yellow
h.110 5..61%
h.111 6..70%
h.112 7..64%
h.147
h.114
h.456
h.115
h.116
h.117
Gum, Pink
7..87%
4..93%
6..68%
4..95%
7..61%
5..88%
Incensewood
Iroko
Ironbark, Grey
Ironbark, Grey
Melicope micrococca h.135 5..75%
Ficus macrophylla
Abies lasiocarpa
Abies amabilis
Pseudotsuga
menziesii
Pseudotsuga
menziesii
Pseudotsuga
menziesii
Pseudotsuga
menziesii
Picea abies Karst.
Abies grandis
Abies magnifica
Abies alba
Canarium indicum
Matrixiodendron
pschyclados
Garuga floribunda
h.139 7..69%
h.410 6..100%
h.411 4..100%
h.122 5..100%
h.140 6..95%
h.141 5..100%
h.142 3..100%
h.460
h.412
h.413
h.414
h.143
h.145
h.146
Ocotea rodiaei
h.148
Endiandra compressa h.149
Guarea cedrata
Clarisia racemosa
Nyssa sylvatica
Eucalyptus saligna
Eucalyptus globulus
Eucalyptus punctata
Eucalyptus
cypellocarpa
Eucalyptus maidenii
4..100%
5..100%
5..100%
5..81%
h.144 5..86%
Astronium spp,
Weichhölzergruppe /
Softwood-Group
Guarea cedrata
6..100%
6..65%
6..51%
6..100%
7..100%
h.402 6..100%
h.68
h.69
h.150
h.162
h.152
h.151
h.153
7..100%
9..85%
8..70%
7..100%
7..100%
6..100%
5..100%
h.154 6..100%
h.155 7..100%
Eucalyptus viminalis h.156
Eucalyptus
h.157
dalrympleana
Eucalyptus
h.158
fasciculosa
Liquidambar
h.166
styraciflua
Eucalyptus tereticomis h.159
Eucalyptus
h.160
camaldulensis
Eucalyptus grandis
h.161
4..100%
3..100%
6..100%
5..100%
7..100%
7..100%
7..100%
Eucalyptus nitens
h.163 5..100%
Corymbia spp,
h.164 4..94%
Eucalyptus cladocalyx h.165 6..100%
Eucalyptus dunnii
h.167 4..93%
Eucalyptus leucoxylon h.168 7..94%
Aphanante
h.169 5..84%
phillipinensis
Strebulus pendulinus h.170 7..72%
h.171
Tsuga heterophylla
h.172
Tsuga chinensis
h.173
Hevea Brasiliensis
h.174
Carya spp.
h.175
Premna lignum-vitae h.176
Bakhousia bancroftii
5..78%
8..67%
5..98%
7..92%
6..89%
7..86%
Anodopetalum
h.177 7..100%
biglandulosum
Pseudocarapa nitidula h.178 8..73%
Chlorophora excesla h.179 7..54%
Eucalyptus
h.180 7..100%
drephanophylla
Eucalyptus paniculata h.181 5..100%
H60.0.01.6C-13
Operating Manual GMH 3830
Eucalyptus
sideroxylon
Ironbark, Red, Broad Leaved Eucalyptus fibrosa
Ironbark, Red
Ironbark, Red, Narrow
Leaved
Jarrah
Jelutong
Jequitiba
Kahikatea (New Zealand)
(Boron)
Kahikatea (New Zealand)
(Thanalith)
Kahikatea (New Zealand)
(untreated)
Kamarere (Fiji)
Kamarere (New Guinea)
Kapur
Karri
Kauceti
Kauri
Keledang
Kempas
Keranji (Malaysia)
Keruing
Kiso
Lacewood, Yellow
Laran
Larch
Larch, American / Larch,
Western
Larch, Japanese
Lauan, Red
Leatherwood
Lightwood
Limba
Lime, European
Louro, Red
Macadamia
Magnolia
Mahogany, Brush
Mahogany, Miva
Mahogany, New Guinea
Mahogany, Red
Mahogany, Rose
Mahogany, Southern
Mahogany, White
Mahogony Khaya
Mahogony, American
Mahogony, Phillipines
Mahogony, Phillipines
Mahogony, Sapelli / Sapele
Mahogony, Sipo / Utile
Mahogony, Tiama / gedu
nohor
Mako
Makoré
Makorè
Malas
Malletwood
Eucalyptus cerbra
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Malletwood, Brown
Manggachapui
Mango
Mango, Phillipines
Mangosteen (Fiji)
Rhodamnia rubescens h.252 5..91%
h.182 8..100%
h.183 8..100%
h.184 5..100%
Eucalyptus marginata h.185 5..100%
Dyera costulata
h.186 0..100%
Cariniana spp,
h.187 5..81%
Dacrycarpus
docrydiodies
Dacrycarpus
docrydiodies
Dacrycarpus
docrydiodies
Eucalyptus deglupta
Eucalyptus deglupta
h.188 7..80%
h.189 6..94%
h.191 5..83%
h.192 5..100%
h.193 7..94%
5..100%
4..71%
5..100%
0..100%
Koomapassia excelsa h.203 4..100%
Dialium platysepalum h.204 5..60%
Dipterocarpus spp,
Chisocheton
schumannii
Polyalthia oblongifolia
Anthocephalus
chinensis
Larix decidua
h.205 6..81%
Larix occidentalis
h.220 5..100%
Shorea negrosensis
Eucryphia lucida
Acacia implexa
Terminalia superba
Tilia vulgaris
Ocotea rubra
h.218 6..65%
h.219 5..87%
h.223 7..85%
h.221 5..88%
h.222
h.224
h.225
h.226
h.227
h.229
h.231
h.232
5..100%
5..78%
6..100%
7..78%
6..70%
4..100%
5..99%
Floyda praealta
7..74%
Magnolia
h.233 6..100%
acuminata/grandiflora
Geissos benthamii
h.242 7..70%
Dysoxylum muelleri
Dysoxylum spp,
Eucalyptus botryoides
Dysoxylum
fraseranum
Eucalyptus botryoides
Eucalyptus
acmenoides
Khaya spp,
Swietenia spp,
Parashorea plicata
Shorea almon
Entandrophragma
cylindricum
Entandrophragma
utilie
Entandrophragma
angolense
Mangrove, Cedar
Maniltoa (Fiji)
Maniltoa (New Guinea)
Mansonia
Maple, New Guinea
h.190 6..96%
Dryobalanops spp,
Eucalyptus
h.194
diversicolor
Kermadecia vitiensis h.200
Agathis australis,
h.201
boroneensis
Artocarpus lanceifolius h.202
Larix kaempferi
h.243 8..94%
h.241 6..95%
h.244 7..100%
h.245 7..83%
h.246 5..100%
h.247 6..100%
h.235
h.234
h.236
h.237
7..100%
6..100%
5..100%
4..86%
Maple, Queensland
Maple, Rose
Maple, Scented
Mararie
Marri
Masiratu
Massandaruba
Matai
Mengkulang
Meranti, Buik from 1999
Meranti, Dark Red
Meranti, Nemesu from 1999
Meranti, Seraya from 1999
Meranti, Tembaga from 1999
Meranti, White
Meranti, Yellow
Merawan
Merbau
Mersawa
Messmate
Moabi
Mora
Moustiqaire
Musizi
Neuburgia
Nutmeg (Fiji)
Nutmeg (New Guinea)
Nyatoh
Oak, European
Oak, Japanese
Oak, New Guinea
Oak, Red
Oak, Silky, Fishtail
Oak, Silky, Northern
Oak, Silky, Red
Oak, Silky, Southern
Oak, Silky, White
Oak, Tasmanian
h.238 5..100%
Oak, Tulip, Blush
h.239 6..100%
Oak, Tulip, Brown
h.240 10..66%
Oak, Tulip, Red
Trischospermum richii h.248 3..87%
Thieghemmella
h.123 6..100%
africana
Thieghemella heckelii h.249 7..100%
Oak, Tulip, White
Oak, WhiteObah
h.250 5..92%
Rhodamnia argentea h.251 5..87%
Obeche
Homalium foetidum
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Odoko
Hopea acuminata
Mangifera minor
Mangifera altissima
Garcinia myrtifolia
Xylocarpus
australasicus
Maniltoa grandiflora
h.253
h.254
h.255
h.256
6..100%
4..87%
7..100%
5..87%
h.257 6..100%
h.258 6..72%
Maniltoa pimenteliana h.259 6..72%
Mansonia altissima
Flindersia
pimentelianan
Flindersia brayleyana
Cryptocarya
erythroxylon
Flindersia laevicarpa
Pseudoweinwannia
lanchanocarpa
Eucalyptus calophylla
Degeneria vitiensis
Manilkara kanosiensis
Podocarpus spicatus
Heritiera spp,
Shorea platiclados
Shorea spp,
Shorea pauciflora
Shura curtisii
Shorea leprosula
Shorea hypochra
Shorea multiflora
Hopea sulcala
Intsia spp,
Anisoptera laevis
Eucalyptus obliqua
Baillonella toxisperma
Mora excelsa
Cryptocarya spp,
Maesopsis eminii
Neuburgia collina
Myrstica spp,
Myrstica buchneriana
Palaquium spp,
Quercus robur L.,
Quercus spp,
Castanopsis
acuminatissima
Quercus spp,
h.260 7..100%
h.261 6..100%
h.262 5..100%
h.263 6..80%
h.264 7..70%
h.265 8..97%
h.266
h.267
h.268
h.269
h.270
h.271
h.272
h.274
h.275
h.276
h.277
h.273
h.278
h.279
h.280
h.281
h.282
h.283
h.284
h.286
h.287
h.290
h.291
h.292
h.126
h.127
Quercus spp,
Eugenia spp,
Triplochiton
scleroxylon
Scottellila coriancea
5..86%
4..83%
6..95%
5..85%
4..76%
5..100%
4..100%
5..78%
3..93%
4..100%
0..100%
4..100%
6..100%
4..100%
8..97%
6..100%
5..73%
4..100%
7..100%
7..98%
5..95%
5..100%
4..92%
4..100%
4..100%
h.293 4..100%
h.128
Neorites kevediana
h.294
Cardwellia sublimia
h.295
Stenocarpus salignus h.296
Grevillea robusta
h.297
Stenocarpus sinuatus h.298
Eucalyptus regnans h.299
Argyrodendron
actinophyllum
Argyrodendron
trifoliolatum
Argyrodendron
peralatum
Petrygota horsfieldii
5..81%
5..100%
3..74%
5..100%
6..86%
5..81%
6..82%
7..100%
h.300 6..75%
h.301 9..75%
h.302 9..100%
h.303 5..88%
h.129 5..100%
h.304 5..84%
h.1
5..60%
h.305 6..93%
H60.0.01.6C-13
Operating Manual GMH 3830
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Olive
Olivillo
Opepe
Padauk, African
Palachonella, Fijian
Palachonella, New Guinea
Palachonella, New Guinea
Palachonella, Solomon
Island
Paldao
Panga Panga
Papuacedrus
Parinari, Fijian
Penarahan
Peppermint, Broad-Leaved
Peppermint, Narrow-Leaved
Peroba, White
Persimmon
Perupok (Malaysia)
Perupok (Malaysia)
Pillarwood
Pine / Pine, Stone
Pine, Aleppo
Pine, Austrian
Pine, Beneguet
Pine, Black
Pine, Bunya
Pine, Canary Island
Pine, Celery-Top
Pine, Hoop
Pine, Huon
Pine, King William
Olea hochstetteri
Atextoxicon
puncttatum
Nauclea diderrichii
h.306 7..100%
h.307 5..90%
h.52 7..95%
Pterocarpus soyauxii h.308 4..100%
Planchonella vitiensis h.347 6..77%
Planchonella
kaernbachiana
Planchonella
thyrsoidea
h.348 4..92%
h.349 2..85%
Pine, western white
Pittosporum (Tasmania)
Planchonia
Pleiogynium / Podo
Podocarp, Fijian
Podocarp, Red
Poplar, Black
Poplar, Pink
Planchonia papuana
h.350 4..70%
Quandong, Brown
Dracontomelum dao
h.309 4..100%
h.312 6..52%
Quandong, Silver
Millettia stuhlmannii
Papuacedrus
papuana
Oarinari insularum
h.314 6..100%
h.315
Myristica iners
h.316
Eucalyptus dives
h.317
Eucalyptus australiana h.318
Paratecoma peroba h.319
Diospyros pentamera h.320
Kokoona spp,
h.321
Lophopetalum
subovatum
Cassipourea
malosano
Pinus pinea
Pinus halepensis
Pinus nigra
Pinus kesya
Prumnoptys amarus
Pinus bidwillii
Pinus canariensis
Phyllocladus
aspenifolius
Araucaria
cunninghamii
Dacrydium franklinii
Athrotaxis
selaginoides
Araucaria hunsteinii
Pine, Klinki
Pinus taeda
Pine, LoblollyPinus contorta
Pine, LongpolePinus pinaster
Pine, Maritime
Araucaria angustifolia
Pine, Parana Red
Araucaria angustifolia
Pine, Parana White
Pinus palustris
Pine, Pitch-, american
Pinus caribaea
Pine, Pitch-, caribbean
Pinus radiata
Pine, Radiata
Pine, Radiata (New Zealand)
Pinus radiata
(sapwood aac)
Pine, Radiata (New Zealand)
Pinus radiata
(sapwood boliden)
Pine, Radiata (New Zealand)
Pinus radiata
(sapwood boron)
Pine, Radiata (New Zealand)
Pinus radiata
(sapwood tanalith)
Pine, Radiata (New Zealand)
Pinus radiata
(sapwoodt untreated)
Pinus resinosa
Pine, Red
Pinus sylvestris L.
Pine, Scotts
Pinus echinata
Pine, Shortleaf
Pinus elliottii
Pine, Slash (Queensland)
Pinus echinata
Pine, Southern
Pine, Southern, yellow / Pine,
Pinus ponderosa
Ponderosa
Pinus lambertiana
Pine, Sugar
4..100%
6..100%
6..100%
8..98%
7..75%
5..90%
1..100%
h.322 8..100%
h.323 4..100%
h.345
h.324
h.212
h.325
h.326
h.327
h.328
6..100%
8..98%
5..100%
8..100%
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Quandong, Solomon Island
Qumu
Raintree (Fiji)
Ramin
Redwood / Sequoia
Rengas
h.329 7..92%
h.330 7..100%
Sapupira
h.331 8..90%
Sasauria (Fiji)
h.332 7..85%
Sassafras
h.333
h.209
h.207
h.334
h.335
h.336
h.211
h.210
h.337
4..100%
Sassafras, Southern
5..100%
Satinash, Blush
8..88%
6..100%
5..100%
8..96%
Satinash, Grey
6..43%
Satinash, New Guinea
7..72%
Satinash, Rose
Satinay
6..83%
6..100%
5..100%
h.338 7..100%
Pittosporum bicolor
Pleiogynium
timorense
Podocarpus neriifolia
Decussocarpus
vitiensis
Euroschinus falcata
Populus nigra
Euroschinus falcata
Eurocarpus
coorangooloo
Elaecarpus
angustifolius
Elaecarpus spaericus
Acacia Richii
Samanea saman
Satinbox
Satinheart, Green
Satinwood, Tulip
Acer saccharum
Dalbergia nigra
Dalbergia latifolia
Pterocarpus indicus
Pterocarpus indicus
Hymenolobium
excelsum
Dysoxylum
quercifolium
Doryphora sassafras
Atherospherma
moschatum
Acmena Hemilampra
Syzygium
gustavioides
Syzygium
butterneranum
Syzygium francisii
Syncarpia hilii
Phenbalium
saquameum
Geijera salicifolia
Rhodosphaera
rhodanthema
Eucalyptus
aromapholia
Schizomeria serrata
h.339 6..100%
Scentbark
h.340 6..89%
Schizomeria, New Guinea
Schizomeria, Solomon Island Schizomeria serrata
Sindora coriaceae
Sepetir
Casuarina nodiflora
Sheoak, Fijian Beach
h.341 5..95%
h.342 5..100%
h.343
h.206
h.213
h.344
h.214
2..100%
Sheoak, River
6..100%
Sheoak, Rose
5..100%
Sheoak, Western Australia
6..100%
Silkwood, Bolly
Silkwood, Silver
Simpoh (Phillippines)
Sirus, White
5..100%
h.208 5..100%
h.215 4..100%
h.406 5..100%
h.346 4..100%
h.351 5..95%
h.352 7..71%
h.353 6..100%
h.354 6..100%
h.313 4..100%
h.355 6..85%
h.356 5..97%
h.357 5..82%
h.358
h.359
h.360
Gonystylus spp,
h.361
Sequoia sempervirens h.362
Gluta spp,
h.363
Cotylelobium
Resak (Malaysia)
melanoxylon
Dacrydium
Rimu (non-truewood boron) cupresinum
Dacrydium
Rimu (non-truewood tanalith) cupresinum
Rimu (non-truewood
Dacrydium
cupresinum
untreated)
Dacrydium
Rimu (truewood untreated) cupresinum
Robinia pseudoacacia
Robinia
Nothofagus obliqua
Roble Pellin
Rock maple
Rosewood, Brasilian
Rosewood, Indian
Rosewood, New Guinea
Rosewood, Phillippines
5..98%
Pinus monticola
Casuarina
cunninghamiana
Casuarina torulosa
Allocasuarina
fraserana
Cryptocarya ablata
6..67%
5..100%
4..100%
h.364 3..100%
h.365 7..82%
h.366 7..82%
h.367 8..88%
h.368 8..50%
h.369
h.370
h.6
h.311
h.310
h.371
h.372
2..92%
6..93%
5..100%
5..72%
4..100%
5..84%
10..66%
h.375 5..87%
h.376 4..89%
h.377 6..90%
h.378 7..84%
h.379 3..100%
h.380 5..100%
h.381 5..87%
h.382 5..73%
h.383 4..100%
h.384 5..100%
h.385 8..62%
h.386 6..100%
h.387 5..90%
h.388
h.389
h.390
h.391
5..100%
4..74%
1..100%
6..91%
h.392 7..74%
h.393 8..72%
h.394 7..80%
h.395
h.396
Dillenia philippinensis h.397
Ailainthus peekelii
h.398
Flindersia acuminata
3..85%
5..86%
5..57%
8..64%
7..92%
5..100%
5..97%
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Sirus, White
Sloanea
Soft wood chips
Spondias
Spruce, European
Spruce, Norway /Norway
Spruce
Spruce, Sitka
Sterculia, Brown
Stringybark, Brown
Stringybark, Darwin
Stringybark, Yellow
Suren
Sweet chestnut
Sycamore
Sycamore, Satin
Tallowwood
Picea abies Karst.
h.399
h.400
h.461
h.401
h.136
Picea abies
h.137 6..100%
Ailainthus triphysa
Sloanea spp,
Spondias mariana
h.138
Sterculia spp,
h.230
Eucalyptus capitellata h.403
Eucalyptus tetrodonta h.404
Picea sitchensis
Eucalyptus
muelleriana
Toona cilata
Terminalia Braun
Terminalia Gelb
Tetrameles
Tingle, Red
Tingle, Yellow
Tomillo
Totara
Touriga, Red
Tristiropsis, New Guinea
Tulipwood
Turat
Turpentine
Vaivai-Ni-Veikau
Vatica, Phillippines
Vitex, New Guinea
Vuga
Vutu
Walnut, American
Walnut, Blush
Walnut, European
Walnut, Queensland
Walnut, Rose
Walnut, White
4..100%
Walnut, Yellow
4..93%
6..100%
5..100%
4..100%
6..100%
5..100%
h.405 9..100%
h.407 6..100%
Castanea sativa
h.199 2..100%
Acer pseudoplatanus h.5
7..70%
Ceratopetalum
succirubrum
Eucalyptus
microcorsis
Bagassa guianesis
Tatajuba
Pometia pinnata
Taun Maleisien
Pometia pinnata
Taun New Guinea
Pometia pinnata
Taun Phillipines
Pometia pinnata
Taun Solomon Island
Beilschmiedia tawa
Tawa
Beilschmiedia tawa
Tawa (sap & heart boron)
Tawa (sap & heart untreated) Beilschmiedia tawa
Tectona grandis
Teak
Artocarpus elasticus
Terap
Terentang
5..100%
7..90%
Campnosperma
brevipetiolata
Terminalia microcarpa
Terminalia
complanata
Tetrameles nudiflora
Eucalyptus jacksonii
Eucalyptus guilfolei
Cedrelinga
catenaeformis
Podocarpus totara
Calophyllum
constatum
Tristiropsis
canarioides
Harpullia pendula
Eucalyptus
gomophocephala
Syncarpia glomulifera
h.408 7..80%
h.409 4..100%
h.30
h.195
h.196
h.197
h.198
h.415
h.416
h.417
h.418
h.419
7..50%
0..100%
6..100%
7..100%
4..90%
8..62%
6..77%
7..82%
6..100%
2..100%
h.420 5..100%
h.421 3..91%
h.422 3..100%
h.423 5..91%
h.424 5..100%
h.425 5..100%
h.427 5..92%
h.428 7..80%
h.429 8..95%
h.430 6..90%
h.432 7..99%
h.431 7..91%
h.433 5..100%
Serianthes myriadenia h.434 5..77%
Vatica, manggachopi h.435 7..79%
Vitex cofassus
Metrosideros collina
Barringtonia edulis
Juglans nigra
Beilschmiedia
obtusifolia
Junglans regia
Endiandra
palmerstonii
h.436
h.437
h.438
h.288
5..100%
6..68%
4..67%
5..100%
h.439 8..81%
h.289 7..74%
h.440 6..100%
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Wandoo
Wattle, Hickory
Wattle, Silver
Wengé
Western Red Cedar
Whitewood, American
Woolybutt
Yaka
Yasi-Yasi I (Fiji)
Yasi-Yasi II (Fiji)
Yate
Yertschuk
Endiandra muelleri
Cryptocarya obovota
Beilschmiedia
bancroftii
Eucalyptus wandoo
h.441 3..100%
h.442 7..79%
h.443 5..84%
h.444
h.445
Acacia dealbata
h.446
Millettia laurentii
h.448
Thuja plicata
h.449
Liriodendron tulipifera h.447
Eucalyptus longifolia h.450
Acacia penninervis
Dacrydium
nausoriensis/nidilum
Syzygium effusum
7..81%
7..95%
7..67%
6..69%
5..100%
7..100%
h.451 6..88%
h.452
h.453
Eucalyptus cornuta
h.454
Eucalyptus considenia h.455
Syzygium spp,
7..100%
4..92%
5..100%
6..94%
7..100%
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12 Appendix B: Additional materials
Select material you want to measure, enter number on the device, e.g. concrete b25 = b. 6
12.1 Measuring of building materials
Material
Concrete
Concrete 200kg/m³ B15 (200 kg concrete per 1m³ sand)
Concrete 350kg/m³ B25 (350 kg concrete per 1m³ sand)
Concrete 500kg/m³ B35 (500 kg concrete per 1m³ sand)
gas-aerated concrete (Hebel)
gas-aerated concrete (Ytong PPW4, gross density 0,55)
Screed
Anhydrit screed AE, AFE
Ardurapid screed-concrete
Elastizell screed
Screed-plaster
Wood-concrete screed
Screed-concrete ZE, ZFE without additives
Screed-concrete ZE, ZFE with bitumen additives
Screed-concrete ZE, ZFE with synthetic additives
Miscellaneous
Asbestous cement panels
Bricks clay bricks
Plaster
Plaster synthetic
On-wall plaster
Lime mortar KM 1:3
Lime sand bricks (14 DF (200), gross density 1,9)
Limestone
MDF
Cardboard
Stone-timber
Polystyrene
soft-fibre-panel-wood, bitumen
Concrete mortar ZM 1:3
Concrete bounded fake boards
Number Range
b. 5
b. 6
b. 7
b. 9
b. 27
0,7..3,3%
1,1..3,9%
1,4..3,7%
1,6..100,0%
1,6..53,6%
b. 1
b. 2
b. 8
b. 11
b. 13
b. 21
b. 22
b. 23
0,0..30,3%
0,6..3,4%
1,0..24,5%
0,4..9,4%
5,3..20,0%
0,8..4,6%
2,8..5,5%
2,4..11,8%
b. 3
b. 4
b. 10
b. 12
b. 20
b. 14
b. 28
b. 15
b. 16
b. 17
b. 18
b. 25
b. 26
b. 19
b. 24
4,7..34,9%
0,0..40,4%
0,3..77,7%
18,2..60,8%
0,0..38,8%
0,4..40,4%
0,1..12,5%
0,4..29,5%
3,3..52,1%
9,8..100,0%
10,5..18,3%
3,9..50,3%
0,0..71,1%
1,0..10,6%
3,3..33,2%
The accuracy of measuring building materials depends on manufacturing and using. The used additives may vary from
manufacturer to manufacturer, therefore deviating measure results may occur. The given measuring-range is the
theoretically measurable range.
12.2 Estimation of additional materials
Following materials may be well estimated with the help of the device, but you won‟t reach such high accuracy than with
materials listed in appendix A and B.
Material
Number Comment
Cork
Fibre board
Wood fibre insulating wall panel
Wood fibre hard disks
Kauramin-fake boards
Melamine-fake boards
Paper
Phenolic resin-fake boards
Textiles
h. A
h. C
h. C
h. C
h. C
h. A
h. C
h. A
h. C (D)