The equipment was purchased and used for one year (approximately 10 audits).  Some of the items were not used at all except to test  and learn how to operate them.  Everything is in “like new” condition.

Item                                                                             New Price

Retrotec Q46 Blower door kit……………………………….$ 3295.00

Software for blower door……………………………………..$ 295.00

Retrotec DU200 duct tester………………………………….$ 1895.00

Fluke TIR IR camera…………………………….……………….$ 4495.00

TIF 8500A CO analyzer………………………………………….$ 535.00

Testo 606-2 moisture meter…………………………………$ 132.00

Bacharach leakorator JR……………………………………..$ 176.00

Testo 317-3Carbon monoxide detector ………………$ 235.00

Energy Conservatory pressure pan……………………..$ 75.00

Smoke sticks……………………………………………………….$ ??

 

Total if everything purchased new……………………………………..$ 11,133.00

Everything in like new condition

Package price for everything………………………………..$ 7,000.00

Note:  Software was downloaded over internet.  Not sure how to transfer.

Email:  robjwright66@gmail.com or call 717-363-0041

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