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two or three hole fan frame?

Does anyone have a two or three hole BD fan frame with the nylon panel for sale? Eric   425-417-8364

Started by Eric Sperline

0 Jul 2, 2014

Retrotec US 1000 Blower Door with DM2A digital manometer / Retrotec DU200 DucTester with DM2A manometer

This equipment has never been used. Bought from my local Home Builders Association to use on a large project that never came through. Every…

Started by Luis Imery

0 Jul 1, 2014

Duct Blasters, Blower Doors, Thermal Cameras, Combustion Analyzers

We started a rental for HP in Charleston, SC that did not take off like we thought it might. As a result we have several Minneapolis sets a…

Started by Jesse Erbel

1 Jun 30, 2014
Reply by Eric Sperline

Have Equipment for sale (Mendocino County, Ca.)

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 manomete…

Started by Paul Lasicki

5 Jun 25, 2014
Reply by George Matthews

Never used in the box Retrotech equipment for sale!

Never used before Retrotech Blower Doors and Duct Testers (many times known as Duct Blaster®)! $3200 for the pair (Shipping included in SC,…

Started by Colin

0 Jun 24, 2014

Does anybody have a Pea Soup smoke machine (or similar) that they want to sell or trade for a Combustion Analyzer and gas sniffer?

Contact Jesse at jesse@sustainabilityinstitutesc.org. Open to other trades!

Started by Jesse Erbel

0 Jun 19, 2014

3 full sets of testing equipment available for sale!

Like the title says, I have three sets of equipment for sale:    1. Used Minneapolis Blower Door and Duct Blaster set 2. Used Retrotec Blow…

Started by Brooke Ingram

14 May 20, 2014
Reply by Paul Burrill

Like new! Great Deal! Minneapolis Blower Door system, Duct Blaster and Flir i-7 Infrared Camera for sale

Like new! Minneapolis Blower Door system, Duct Blaster and Flir i-7 Infrared Camera for sale Equipment used once.  My home improvement bus…

Started by David Allen

20 May 20, 2014
Reply by Paul Burrill

WTB Energy Conservatory True Flow Plate meter

Contact Eric Sperline

Started by Eric Sperline

1 May 18, 2014
Reply by Eric Kjelshus

Infrared Camera for $ale

I bought more equipment than what we needed. As a result we have a Testo 875 infrared thermal imaging camera still in box never used. We pa…

Started by John Wes

0 May 17, 2014

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