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Combustion analyzer altitude??
The guy that installed my triangle two boiler on the driveway melting project does not have his own combustion analyzer. Not being a boiler guy myself this seems a little bit surprising, I talked to him this morning about it and he says that that since he only installs triangle tubes and he's never had to make any adjustments he just did not get it fixed the last time it broke. I was letting him know that to qualify for the extended warranty from triangle tube we need to send a picture off with combustion analyzer results. Didn't seem to give a ****.
I think I might just get my own, so the homes I manage I can do proper inspections on. And get my last client buyer of the triangle tube prestige the full length warranty.
what do I need to look for in a combustion analyzer, I think I can figure out how to use them properly from reading manuals and looking at instructions on the internet. Just want to make sure I get one that will work at our altitude of 9,500 ft and measure all the things I need to measure for condensing boilers, as well as old school boilers and furnaces. Any suggestions?