I’m selling my blower door, duct blaster, CO detector, CO analyzer, and all accessories including storage/transportation bags for everything. The blower door was used about a dozen times. The duct blaster was used once to verify it worked; it’s not been used since.

I am asking $4000 for everything below:

Minneapolis Blower Door with DG700, cruise control cable, Duct Blaster with calibration plate and it’s own DG700 Foam blocks and unused rolls of duct register sealing film for sealing registers, Pressure pan & Flow Meter with extension poles, Bacharach Fyrite Combustion Gas Analyzer (The combustion analyzer will need calibration service from the manufacturer.), I paid over $5000 for all this equipment.

I’ve priced it aggressively to sell quickly. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

John Wagner
hhinspections@comcast.net

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