Diagnostic Equipment Store

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As an Energy Auditor, Home Inspector or IR Thermographer, you'll need diagnostic equipment to do your job. 

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Blower Door question mark A blower door is used to measure the airtightness of small to medium size buildings. It can also be used to measure airflow between building zones, to test ductwork airtightness and to help physically locate air leakage sites in the building envelope. Blower door tests are used to assess the construction quality of the building envelope, locate air leakage pathways, assess how much ventilation is supplied by the air leakage, assess the energy losses resulting from that air leakage, determine if the building too tight or too loose, determine if the building needs mechanical ventilation and to assess compliance with building performance standards.

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Duct Leakage Tester ("Duct Blaster") question mark A duct leakage tester measures and documents the airtightness of forced air duct systems. It consists of a calibrated fan for measuring air flow rate and a pressure sensing device to measure the air pressure created by the fan flow. The combination of air pressure and fan flow measurements are used to determine the airtightness of the ductwork. The duct leakage tester helps you locate where conditioned air is leaking into the attic or crawlspace, or simply not reaching its destination in the rooms of the house. (Note that "Duct Blaster" is the brand name for the duct leakage tester manufactured by The Energy Conservatory. Similar systems are available from competing companies such as Retrotec.)

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Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector question mark A carbon monoxide detector is used to measure the level of CO gas to test the efficiency of combustion appliances and for occupant safety. Improper exhaustion of CO gas from oil-burning furnaces, water heaters, boilers and other equipment can create a dangerous - even life-threatening - situation for occupants of the home. A carbon monoxide detector is used during a depressurization test to see if CO gas is back-drafted into the home.

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Moisture Meter

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Gas Leak Detector

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Infrared (IR) Camera question mark An infrared camera uses thermal imaging to allow you to "see" inside walls to locate missing or inadequate insulation, leaks in the building envelope, moisture and areas where work is needed - without tearing down drywall. An infrared camera can save literally thousands of dollars compared to physical inspections that destroy walls to try and find the source of various problems. Heat loss from air leakage through chimneys, attics, wall vents and badly sealed windows/doors, etc. can account for up to 50% of a home's total energy consumption. With your IR camera, you can quickly see where energy efficiency can be improved.

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