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    hydronic measuring probes

    I need to get another set of measuring probes 1/2-12, to insert in the petes plugs used for TA and B&G circuit setters. Where can I get these and how much do they cost?

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    If you search the older posts you should find someone that ask the same question. They are not cheap but I think he found where to buy them.

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    I bought some from B&G. I can't remember what they cost so it must not have been too bad.
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    Plumbing parts houses almost always have a source for them.

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    BYW B&G has a circuit setter balancing valve calculator that's a nice time saver.
    #V91-483 The price was $5.But sometimes free. Also does presets.
    Anything built to code is built to the minimum legal standard

    You can be anything you want......As long as you don't suck at it.

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    There's two different types/brands.

    One is short and skinny, with a straight cut tip, with the hole in the center.

    The other (B&G) is longer and fat, with a tapered tip, with the the hole in the middle.

    I think I paid $30 for a B&G.....which really isn't that bad. Mostly you don't need a pair, as you're checking delta P, and would want to use the same gauge for accuracy.

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