I have a Minneapolis Blower door system w/ DG-700 manometer ,which I used for 4 years and a Minneapolis Duct Blaster kit w/ DG-700 manometer,purchased 4 years ago and never used. Asking $1800 each, both manometers  have USB connection capabilities.

I also have a Flir i7 infrared camera asking $1600.

Above prices do not include shipping!

Also ask for prices for:

One large and one small pressure pan w/ extension rods

Exhaust Fan Flow Meter w/ extension rod

Bacharach Fyrite Tech 60 CO Analyzer w/ a recent Certificate of Calibration ( 5/21/2013) 

Extech Borescope - BR200

I have photos, will send on request. 

Thanks

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very interested in the blower door and duct blaster.

email me at ccsvi@yahoo.com if still available

I am interested in most of the equipment. (pbenergyaudit@gmail.com)

Please contact me about the exhaust fan flow meter. Howard 404-558-1197

Hi Paul, I would be interested in the Bacharach Fyrite if you could provide some images and the calibration cert. Please feel free to email me at randy@progressiveresources.com Thanks!

Hi Paul,

Do you still have the  Minneapolis Blower door system w/ DG-700 manometer and Minneapolis Duct Blaster for sale?

George Matthews

geomat77@yahoo.com

cell 510 520 4443

Do you still have the exhaust fan flow meter? If so please call me today.  I need one by next Thursday.  

Mark 303-868-6653  

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