Energy Auditor Equipment

Here are the most common Energy Auditor tools available for your home energy audit inspections. Everblue training courses will familiarize you with the variety of tools available and the tests required for various scenarios.

There are a number of product manufacturers with these items. Some of the most popular names include The Energy Conservatory, Retrotec, and TruTech Tools. The equipment may vary slightly in look depending on the manufacturer, but generally speaking, you will see equipment like this...

     

Manometer

Energy Auditing Equipment - Manometer

Blower Door

Energy Auditing Equipment - Blower Door

Duct Blaster

Energy Auditing Equipment - Duct Blaster

     

CO Analyzer

Energy Auditing Equipment - CO Analyzer

Combustible Gas Detector

Energy Auditing Equipment - Combustible Gas Leak Detector

Infrared Camera

Energy Auditing Equipment - Infrared Thermography Camera

 

Energy Auditor Testing Equipment

Manometer – A tool that is used alongside the blower door and duct blaster equipment to analyze air leakage.

Blower Door (whole-house infiltration test) – Air leakage reduces comfort by allowing moisture to penetrate your home and can be responsible for as much as 40% of your heating and cooling costs! Everblue will train you to use the latest pressurization technology to find the air leaks through doors, walls, windows, ceilings, floors, attic, and crawlspaces.

Duct Blaster (duct leakage test) – The average duct system leaks 30% of conditioned air into your attic or crawlspace, resulting in higher bills and shortening the life of your equipment because it has to work harder.

Carbon Monoxide Detector – Measures CO gas levels for both occupant safety and combustion appliance efficiency testing. Everblue's BPI Building Analyst training course will train you how to use this essential safety and energy efficiency tool.

Combustible Gas Detector – Identifies gas leaks in or out of the home.

Infrared Camera – Identifies invisible trouble spots in your home’s insulation, allowing for targeted repairs with maximum benefit and immediate savings. This tool is not required for BPI energy auditors, but it can be a flashy tool to quickly show clients about problem areas in the home.

Everblue's BPI certification training will explain how these tools and diagnostic tests contribute to improved whole-house energy use. During our hands-on field training portion, you'll learn how to set up and operate each piece of equipment.

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