This is still available as of July 16, 2014

Retrotec Blower Door Kit complete with:

DM2 Mark II digital manometer & automated fan controller,

2200 series fan

frame

durable hard fan case

new nylon frame case

red cloth panel

cables and umbilical

instructions

This professional grade kit is in very good condition. This is everything you need to do blower door testing on residential and commercial buildings. $1800


This setup will enable you to test larger, leakier buildings than the Energy Conservatory's Minneapolis blower door because of its greater top flow rate of 6,300 CFM. You can also test very small or tight buildings because of the selection of 11 flow rings.   To test small or tight houses with the Minneapolis blower door, you'll need accessory flow rings C and D.  

The 2200 fan housing is double walled and has foam in between the walls, making it more durable.  Also the protective hard fan case is included which is great if you travel with it.  The frame case is nylon, which makes it less attractive to thieves than the rifle case shipped with other models.

Call 3o3 868-665three or reply to this post or craigslist post below with questions

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Fast shipping from Denver is available.

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