Hi Folks,

   I have decided to retire and hopefully some lucky person will be able to take advantage of the tools I have. I bought these tools 2 years ago brand new.

1. ENERGY CONSERVATORY BLOWER DOOR W/ DG700 W/ USB PORT AND XTRA HOSE KIT, PADDED CASE                                                                                                                      2400.00

2. ENERGY CONSERVATORY DUCT BLASTER W/ DG700 W/ USB PORT                       1500.00

3. ENERGY CONSERVATORY LARGE AND SMALL PRESSURE PANS                              150.00

4. FLUKE TiR INFARED CAMERA EXTRAS INCLUDE CAR CHARGER AND SUNSHEILD 3600.00

5. TSI ACCU BALANCE MODEL 8371                                                                                      2700.00

6. 20 PC ZIP POLES AND DUC BLOCS                                                                                   1500.00

7.BACHARACH FYRITE TECH 60 COMBUSTION ANALYZER                                                400.00

8. BACHARACH INFORMANT 2 LEAK DETECTOR W/ RUBBER CASING AND FLASHLIGHT HOLDER                                                                                                                                      300.00

9. INSULATION GRABBER                                                                                                          45.00

10. 2 3/8" TELESCOPING LED LIGHT, INSPECTION MIRROR                                                 10.00

THAT'S ALL FOLKS

EMAIL ME JUDI@SHEBUILDSGREEN OR CALL 818.625.0987

THANKS FOR READING AND CONSIDERING.

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Judi,

If you still have it, I would be interested in your combustion analyzer for $400.

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