Like new! Minneapolis Blower Door system, Duct Blaster and Flir i-7 Infrared Camera for sale

Equipment used once.  My home improvement business keeps me too busy to pursue energy audits.

Minneapolis Blower Door System Model 3 includes:  Blower door fan with 2 flow rings, DG-700 pressure and flow gauge, variable fan speed controller with cruise control and fan control cable, nylon panel, five piece adjustable aluminum door frame with a soft frame case, Tectite software, 16 ft usb cable and driver cd,  operation manuals for all equipment and evergy conservatory padded attache case to hold gauge, manuals, tubing, speed controller, bylon panel and extra room for laptop.

 

Minneapolis Duct Blaster Series B includes:  Maual, video quick guide, TecBlast for windows, Tubing (blue, red and clear), Blower - 3 flow rings, DG 700 pressure & flow gauge with cruise cable, mounting bracket, 24"x24" pressure pan, 12"x16" pressure pan and 3 rolls grill mask 8".

 

Flir 1-7 Ifrared Camera and case

 

Blower door and duct blaster only used once.  Camera has been used 3 times.

 

Blower Door system - $2100

Duct Blaster - $1500

Ifrared Camera - $1800

 

Will sell separate (prices above) or together ($5000.00).  Shipping and handling determined based on location

 Reply with offer.  Priced to sell.

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Is blower door still available?

yes sir the blower door is still available, are you still interested?

Do you still have FLir-7 camera?  How much do you want for it?  BC

 

The camera is still available. Our listed price is $1600, but we are accepting offers.

Hi David,

Would you take $1400 for the camera?  What is your lowest price on the blower door?  My personal mail is brian.clavette@kodak.com

$3000 for door and camera? BC

I am interested in the blower door and camera. Are they still available? If so i will buy. Please let me know ASAP.

Do you still have the equipment? I am interested in purchasing all of it.

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