The following equipment is for sale as a kit or can be purchased individually.  The equipment is in very good condition.  It is approximately 3 years old, was stored in a conditioned, smoke-free, pet-free environment.  The blower door was set up fewer than 100x.  Please contact me for payment and pick up options.  

Kit includes:

  • Q46 Blower door and DM2 controller - $2,000
  • Testo 327 Combustion Analyzer - $550
  • Reed gas leak detector - $20
  • Testo 410-1 pocket air velocity/temperature meter - $115
  • Testo 318-V Visual Inspection Scope with video output - $190
  • Miscellaneous items included (Nashua tape, shoe booties, respirators, field guide, etc)

TOTAL: $2875

Tags: 318V, 327, 410, Controller, DM2, Q46, Retrotec, Testo, analyzer, blower, More…combustion, door, system

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