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  1. #27
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    I picked up these 1/2" plugs from TTT. They're perfect for plugging test holes in ductboard or metal from the SDP2 or STA2. Just thought I would share.

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  2. #28
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    Can you post of pic of the your system and the locations where you captured the data?

  3. #29
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    Hi brent been meaning to ask this - a lot of our systems are vertical indoors with free air return. I read that supply traverse are not accurate especially near blower. Would traversing between filter and coil be accurate?

    If you can picture just sliding the wand above the filter through opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBKold View Post
    Hi brent been meaning to ask this - a lot of our systems are vertical indoors with free air return. I read that supply traverse are not accurate especially near blower. Would traversing between filter and coil be accurate?

    If you can picture just sliding the wand above the filter through opening.
    SB,

    No. The air is too turbulent. The STA2 is not good for every application. When I come across a unit with a free air return, I use duct static and a blower curve.


    Energy,

    I will take a pic tomorrow and post.

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