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Flow Grid suggestions?
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Hi All,I am trying to figure out a good flow grid system to use for testing airflow in 2 to 5 ton forced air systems.Any favorites?Or, if you prefer a flow-hood, please tell my why.The flow hoods…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kohta Ueno Jul 16, 2014.

 

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Kohta Ueno replied to George Matthews's discussion Flow Grid suggestions?
"If you wanted more information on the TrueFlow plate, the manufacturer is offering a webinar on it…"
Jul 16, 2014
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Flow Grid suggestions?

Hi All,I am trying to figure out a good flow grid system to use for testing airflow in 2 to 5 ton forced air systems.Any favorites?Or, if you prefer a flow-hood, please tell my why.The flow hoods I've used take up more space in my vehicle than I would like.Thanks for your thoughts.GeorgeSee More
Jul 14, 2014
Eric Kjelshus replied to George Matthews's discussion Flow Grid suggestions?
"I like the flat true flow plate when it fits-  if not the by pass is very very large.   Or if the presser is to high  its off some.   I have used 4 True flow plates  on a 2 ton spit system to find air flow.  …"
Jul 10, 2014
Kohta Ueno replied to George Matthews's discussion Flow Grid suggestions?
"Assuming that you're mainly interested in the total air handler flow, and you have access to the filter slots, I'd suggest looking at Energy Conservatory's TrueFlow.  It's a flat plate with openings; it has adapter plates…"
Jul 10, 2014
George Matthews replied to George Matthews's discussion Flow Grid suggestions?
"Thanks Eric! "
Jul 9, 2014
Eric Kjelshus replied to George Matthews's discussion Flow Grid suggestions?
"I have 3 hoods - low flow ( 10-500 CFM)  Med flow (40-1500 CFM)  high flow (50-2000CFM) Open grid  for kitchen hoods. Plus hot wire plus presser plus other testing tools.   I test the air flow 3 ways  on each major job just…"
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Flow Grid suggestions?

Hi All,I am trying to figure out a good flow grid system to use for testing airflow in 2 to 5 ton forced air systems.Any favorites?Or, if you prefer a flow-hood, please tell my why.The flow hoods I've used take up more space in my vehicle than I would like.Thanks for your thoughts.GeorgeSee More
Jul 8, 2014
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"Hi Paul, Do you still have the  Minneapolis Blower door system w/ DG-700 manometer and Minneapolis Duct Blaster for sale? George Matthews geomat77@yahoo.com cell 510 520 4443"
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"I went to bulbs.com and bought lighting science 8 watt MR16s for my kitchen track lights. A lighting salesman told me to buy lighting science after I told him I wanted the highest CRI available in a MR16 LED. He told me that a museum in San…"
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