For Sale Flir Thermal Imaging Camera and Retrotec blower door fan

I have a Flir Thermal Imaging Camera and Retrotec blower door fan and accessories for sale. Below I will list everything that comes with these products. These product can be used to conduct energy audits. I started doing this but my electrical business not not allow me the time to keep up with them.

The Flir Thermal Energy Camera system includes:
Flir Bcam Thermal Energy Camera
Charger
All in original case with instructions and manual $3,500

The Blower Door Fan system includes:
2200 model Retrotec fan with cover
Dual-Channel Digital Micromanometer and Control (DM-2 Mark II) with hose
extra hose (blue, red, turquoise)
AC/DC adapter charger for Micromanometer (120v input)
15Amp, 125v cordset
Cloth door panel
Aluminum frame in original case
Carrying case
15-080 T-T Dua Puffer (smoke pen)
15-093 Tel-Tru smoke refills $1,500


Buy it all for $4,500

Everything comes with its original instructions. Call or text Brandon for more information, 1-573-747-5200 Farmington, Missouri. Thank you.

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