Hi folks, 

We've got a bunch of equipment to sell, as we don't need as much as we used to. 

 Flir E40bx thermographic camera, with carrying case, charger, etc. Retails at $4,000 new. We're asking $3,000 OBO.
An IR InSight T thermographic camera, with carrying case, charger, etc. We're asking $2,500 OBO. 
A Minneapolis Blower Door with DG-700, retails $2550 new. We're asking $1,900 OBO
A Retrotec Blower Door with DM2 gauge, retails $2415 new. We're asking $1,900 OBO
A 3-fan blower door for commercial spaces, retails $7,400. This one only has one fan (we used fans from other blower doors with it). We're asking $4,500 OBO
We also have CAZ testing equip. and ductblasters if you're interested. 
Contact me at jacob@ecoworksdetroit.org

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interested in the duct blasters if you still have them

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