Energy Auditing equipment for sale! $3400 takes the lot…..or purchase separately as listed below:

 

  • Minneapolis Blower Door - $2200 (includes all hoses, software, DG-700 manometer, etc)
  • Flir i3 infrared camera - $1000 (includes case, usb cable, etc)
  • Tif 8900 combustible gas detector - $200
  • BW Gas Alert CO extreme - $260

Total = $3660 (will sell for $3400 if purchased as a package)

 

Like new condition – I am a certified BPI professional and have only used the Minneapolis blower door once (for a demo) and the Flir i3 infrared camera maybe 6-7 times. All the other equipment is unused and everything is in perfect working order and they all will include everything that came with them when originally purchased.

I am offering a better deal if everything is purchased as a package, but everything is priced for a quick sale regardless. 

Serious inquiries only. If interested and want more information or to see more photos, please email me at: ecologika50266@gmail.com

Thanks,

Josh

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