Retrotec Newsletter: February 2016
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Attending the 2016 SFPA Convention & Expo in Orlando?
Ken Allison of IDI Distributors will be presenting this blower door
session on February 11th which will focus on Spray foam insulators and their ability to:
Comply with changing codes
Verify impact on performance
Use the blower door as a selling tool
Locate and seal air leaks
Retrotec is exhibiting and providing a Multiple Fan training
at the McCormick Ranch, Scottsdale, AZ
February 27th - 8am-5pm
Guidance for the equipment and processes
Elements of compartmentalization training
Exercises that mimic the real world
Identify and solve testing issues
Thursday, February 11th, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm PST
Tools and Tips for Home Performance Contractors - Learn from the Pros
Tuesday, February 16th, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm PST
Testing for IECC Code Compliance for duct and house leakage
BPI and InterNACHI CEUs for all Retrotec webinars
Wednesday, February 17th, 9:00 am to 10:30 am PST
TIPS for Efficient Home Performance Assessments
Efficiency First members register here
Non-Members register here
Not a member? Use discount code RETROTEC for 50% off
Efficiency First webinars click here
Tuesday, February 23rd, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm PST
Measuring HVAC Performance
Wednesday, February 24th, 12:00 pm to 1 pm PST
The Evolving Role of Gas and Electric Utilities
Habitat X webinar click
to register for free
Habitat X webinar information click
Save time and look professional
Check out the improved
Hard Panel that fits Model 1000, 5000 and 6000 fans for Home Performance tests. Retrotec's exclusive virgin ABS Panels are a vast improvement over fumbling with a frame, cloth and crossbar. Hard Panels slide and lock in place. The Fan's foot goes in a slot then clamps into an O-Ring seal.
That's it... you're ready to test.
Clients gather round to see these cool these panels. Professional performing tools sell jobs.
When using the DM32 Smart Gauge, I set the [Time Average] to
10 seconds, and get slowly changing readings. I thought I would
just get a reading every 10 seconds. Is it working correctly?
All gauges give a simple average after 10 seconds. Old gauges then update every 10 seconds but the DM32 updates every second.
The DM32 has 1, 5, 10, 30 or any custom time average up to 120 seconds.
A common support question is:
Q: Why does my gauge show two dashes "- -" on channel B?
A: That's because your fan is running too slowly. Change to a smaller, more restrictive Range and increase the speed.
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DM32 - v.2.4 Build 71B1 Last Update 2015-12-01 ...for more information
FanTestic - v.22.214.171.124 NEW Update 2016-01-12 ...for more information
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