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Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marshall Newport Aug 11, 2011. 8 Replies

 Having recently certified for V.3 Energystar and I am now needing to aquire humidity, temperature, and flow equipment. Any thoughts from other professionals.Continue

 

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Marshall Newport replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"Thanks much"
Aug 11, 2011
David Meiland replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"Agree that equipment from someone quitting business is a good choice. There are regular auctions on eBay for the stuff you need, much of it rarely used."
Aug 11, 2011
Marshall Newport replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"thanks"
Aug 11, 2011
George M. Matthews replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"Do not lease it from Pawnee leasing. Try to find equipment from a contractor getting out of the business."
Aug 11, 2011
Marshall Newport replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"Have Minneapolis BD & DB. The anemometer is the main item. Thanks for the names. I want what I will need but not bells and whistle that I don't. Thanks again."
Aug 7, 2011
Sean Lintow Sr replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"For humidity & temperature I already have that on my moisture meter by Testo, but if you are looking for an anemometer, Kestrel, Vane, Extech, Testo and Fluke are well known brands - the main thing is to read the specs & make sure they…"
Aug 7, 2011
Marshall Newport replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"Types and preferred brands. I am fairly new in the field in Alabama"
Aug 6, 2011
Sean Lintow Sr replied to Marshall Newport's discussion Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment
"Which spec did I miss in the class that requires this? Are you looking for reliable equipment, vendors, are preferred brands, or..."
Aug 6, 2011
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Energystar V.3 Diagnostic Equipment

 Having recently certified for V.3 Energystar and I am now needing to aquire humidity, temperature, and flow equipment. Any thoughts from other professionals.See More
Aug 6, 2011
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Newport Builders LLC
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Building energy modeler, Contractor: general (new/remodel), Educator / Trainer, Energy auditor / assessor / analyst, Realtor
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