Minneapolis Blower Door system, Duct Blaster for sale

We purchased the Equipment in 1999, used maybe 15 times.

Minneapolis Blower Door System Model 3 includes:  Blower door fan with 2 flow rings, DG-700 pressure and flow gauge, variable fan speed controller with cruise control and fan control cable, nylon panel, five piece adjustable aluminum door frame with a soft frame case, operation manuals for all equipment and evergy conservatory padded attache case to hold gauge, manuals, tubing, speed controller, nylon panel and extra room for laptop.

Minneapolis Duct Blaster Series B includes:  Manual, Tubing (blue, red and clear), Blower - 3 flow rings, DG 700 pressure & flow gauge, mounting bracket, 12"x16" pressure pan.

 

Blower door and duct blaster only used maybe 15 times.

Blower Door system - $3000 OBO

 

Shipping can be determined by location.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Would you consider selling the duct blaster (without the DG700). If so, how much?

I would prefer to keep them together.

 

thanks,

I would be interested in blower door system

I am interested in the duct blaster. ccsvi@yahoo.com, wil

Are you interested in selling blower door seperate from duct blaster?

Hi,

Do you still have both set (Blower door and duct blaster) for sale?

Hey Hoang Nguyen, 

We have one more brand new, still in the box, Retrotech Blower and Duct Tester for sale for $3400, both with manometers. Email me if you are interested Colinpaulj@gmail.com 

I would be interested in the blaster!!!

Do you have any of these items available?

Are you still looking for used equipment?  612-254-2175

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