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    Tech's co meter

    Hi: any advise on buying a carbon monoxide meter. Trying to setup equipment list for fall gas heater clean & check. thanks.

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    Fluke makes a good one. Not the cheapest , but something like that you want to work good.

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    Testo 327 or 330 meter will do it and tune the furnace. The Testo 317 work well also. Scott makes great ones also.

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    the right tool for the right job

    Quote Originally Posted by deadeye52 View Post
    Hi: any advise on buying a carbon monoxide meter. Trying to setup equipment list for fall gas heater clean & check. thanks.
    great idea in getting a CO detector but it should be used for yours and your customers saftey.

    do your self a huge favor( no its not cheap but..) get yourself a combustion anylyzer, and. a class on how to get the most out of it such as NCI's combustion class....

    dont get me wrong, CO testing is mandatory, but you need many more measurements to properly set up a gas burning appliance and only an anylyzer can give you that......
    my boss thinks its possible to repeal the laws of physics

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    Testo, E-Instruments,

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