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Seeking to Purchase Blower Door

Hi, I'm getting into energy audits and am looking to save a few bucks on picking up a used blower door kit. Please contact me if you are se…

Started by Taylor Joseph Mckay

3 Apr 25
Reply by Taylor Joseph Mckay

Blower Door equipment for sale

I have 5 ea Retrotec 6000 blower door fans - $3500.00 ea 1 3000 series fan with WiFi - $2450.00  These are complete sets , they have been u…

Started by Doug Mullins

0 Dec 14, 2017

Retrotec hard panel pro....

I am interested in this model if anyone has one for sale? Also interested in thermal cameras. end pictures

Started by Horace Douglas Hunt, Jr.

5 Apr 11, 2017
Reply by Al Tibbs

Multifamily Fan Setup - 4 Fans, Doors, Gauges, etc. for Sale Together or Separately- 4 Q4E 3300 Retrotec Fans, Doors, Drivers, etc. Can Use to Get Discounts on New Equipment

4 Rarely used Q4E 3300 Retrotec fan sets (2010/2011) and all related equipment for sale, including the following accessories in very good,…

Started by Stan Harbuck

2 Dec 30, 2016
Reply by Stan Harbuck

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

21 Nov 2, 2015
Reply by Mark Barry

Retrotec Commercial & Residential Blower Doors $4800

My business no longer has the need for my Retrotec blower door equipment so I am selling both the commercial and residential blower doors. …

Started by Scott Stubbs

0 Jun 30, 2015

Great set for starting a business or equipping a new office or associate

BARGRAIN ALERT:  $1950 - Perfect set of tools for home energy professional starting out or an established company opening a new office or o…

Started by Andrew J. Courts, Jr.

0 Jun 15, 2015

Home Performance Equipment, Blower Door, Duct Blaster, Testo 327 Gas Analyzer, and CO Monitor

Complete Home Performance Equipment, willing to sell as a complete set or separate into Blower Door, Duct Blaster and Testo Gas Analyzer.…

Started by Sharon Cannizzo

1 Oct 14, 2014
Reply by Sharon Cannizzo

Retrotec Blower Door Kit $1800

Retrotec Blower Door Kit complete with: DM2 Mark II digital manometer & automated fan controller, 2200 series fan frame durable hard fa…

Started by Mark Rogers

0 Jul 31, 2014

Commercial Blower door (3-fan), IR cameras, and More for sale!

Hi folks,  We've got a bunch of equipment to sell, as we don't need as much as we used to.  A  Flir E40bx thermographic camera, with carry…

Started by Jacob Corvidae

1 May 4, 2014
Reply by wilson caton

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