For some reason I can't reply to my previous thread. I sold the blower door and duct blaster/flow blaster etc.. What is still for sale is as follows:1300$ Thermal Imaging Cameral Testo 8751-i with super resolution. Lightly used Perfect condition retails for ~3000$ 75$ Testo 317-3 personal CO detector 170 new) 200$ Bacharach fyrite Intech Combustion analyzer with B smart replacable sensors and with inline nox filterWill need new o2 sensor and nox filter to be in calibration 150$ …See More
"Horrace It will be shipped from Connecticut
I will ship everything at cost and I am happy to ship by USPS, UPS or fedex. Whatever shipper works for you. If you tell me where it is being shipped to and how you want it to go I will…"
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"Just checking all the bases. Did you remember to switch configurations on the dg 700 to account for the different rings? That would certainly make a difference.
I built a test box- 2 ft square where the duct blaster attaches to…"
"In Connecticut’s climate, I am not in favor of them .
Either they are the big old style that move 3-5000 cfm and are not easily insulatable, or they are newer ones that seal and are somewhat insulated, but move a lot less air.
"Morgan, From the perspective of the energy auditor, I don’t agree with that statement.
“Actual fuel and electrical usage" is anecdotal at best”
Unless you change something, the best predictor of future energy usage is past…"
The question was how to translate- from design heat loss calculated by using ACCA manual J protocol to a yearly fuel usage. I outlined a crude way to do it. Is it perfect? Nope. There are a lot of caveats to…"
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