These items were probably never used.  They sat in a Community College warehouse for 9 months, and had to be returned because of bureaucratic budget technicalities.  We sent the equipment back to The Energy Conservatory for inspection and recalibration.  Everything checked out fine.

Standard Model 3 Minneapolis Blower Door system which includes:

  • Fan with variable speed controller and fan control cable.
  • Two Flow Rings (A and B) and No Flow Plate.
  • DG-700 Pressure and Flow Gauge
  • TECTITE™ Building Airtightness Testing Software
  • USB cable - 16 feet (5 meters) long
  • Fabric door panel with viewing window.
  • Five piece adjustable aluminum door frame and frame case.
  • Padded attache case to hold gauge, manuals, tubing, speed controller, and fabric panel, with room for a laptop computer and other documents.

        Discounted price:  $2120.75 (ships anywhere in continental US for $45)


Minneapolis Duct Blaster Kit includes:

  • Duct Blaster Fan.
  • DG-700 Digital Pressure and Flow Gauge.
  • Three Flow Rings.
  • Twelve feet (3.7 m) of 10 in. (25 cm) diameter flex duct.
  • Heavy Duty Carrying Case.
  • Duct Blaster Training Video and Manual.
  • Static pressure probe.
  • Sample roll of 8” wide DuctMask™ Temporary Register Seal.

         Discounted price:  $1593.75  (ships anywhere in continental US for $25)

Call Tracy or Matt at 1-800-989-6686 for more details!

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Please note both discounted units have been sold!

We do carry a full line of The Energy Conservatory products, and more, at great prices...Just give me a call!

Thanks,

Tracy

Conservation Strategies

1-800-989-6686

Are you still in operation, your 800 phone produces a "not in service at this time" response.

We are Matt and thanks so much for the heads up!  We have IT looking into it but in the meantime you should be able to reach me 804-612-3352

Tracy

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