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IR 365 Everywhere!

When I first started using thermal imagers in 1983, not only were they heavy as can be but they also were not very sensitive. As a result,…

Started by John Snell

0 Nov 3, 2010

Moisture Meter

Both penetrating and non-penetrating moisture meters should be part of the estimator’s tool kit. They range in price and features, from $…

Started by Diane Chojnowski

1 Nov 3, 2010
Reply by James H. Bushart

Smoke Pencil

Smoke Pencil Smoke pencils or air current testers make the air visible. They have evolved from the simple stick of incense. See: Jason…

Started by Diane Chojnowski

0 Sep 30, 2010

Duct Leakage Tester

Measures the quality of ductwork installation. A calibrated fan blows up to 1500 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air. It has a pressure ta…

Started by Diane Chojnowski

0 Sep 30, 2010

Data Logger

This tool records data over time or in relation to location via instruments and sensors that can measure the parameters of interest. Ther…

Started by Diane Chojnowski

0 Sep 30, 2010

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