I got a better paying job and am selling my whole kit of home energy test equipment. The equipment has been on not more than 20 houses in is "like new", lovingly cared for condition.

I'd like to sell it as a group. The prices are from some research tonight on what is cost.

I'm selling the whole group of test equipment for $7,700.

Retrotec Q46 Blower door with aluminum frame & nylon “door” + cases                                     2700

Retrotec Retrotec DM2 Mark II, dual channel, digital manometer

Retrotec DU200 duct tester Q43                                                                                                                                     1900

Retrotec Retrotec DM2 Mark II,dual channel, digital manometer

Fluke TiR camera     $4000                                                                                                                            

Bacharach Fyrite Pro Combustion Gas Analyzer                                                                      $500

Personal Co Monitor                                                                                                                      $265

TIF 8900 Combustible Gas detector                                                                                          $191

 Wood moisture gauge, unused.

Total $9557

An instant home energy testing set-up could be yours for only $7,700.

I'll deliver it to someone in the SF Bay Area if they provide me with a bank cashier's check.

george

geomat77(at) yahoo.com

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I'm looking for a Bacharach tester but can get one new on-line for approx. $50.00 more than your price. Are you at all flexible with your price?

Are you selling both blower door and duct blaster for 2700?

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