Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum' started by Inverness, May 18, 2017.
Discuss Passed my ccn1 today! in the Plumbing Forum area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.
now the proper learning begins!
Cheers mate. I like your van logo.
well done mate guess they didnt strike for another day
Thanks but it's help I got from you guys! I'll go in college and do my appliances. I might do my oil ticket £300 half price.
do you get much oil work?
Judging by his name I'd say they're bleeding lucky to have Gas that far up there
Good for you bud best of luck cheers kop
Well done mate
Oil is mostly in my area where I stay but in the town is mostly gas. I've probably done more oil than gas in my apprenticeship.
Do your oil then
Well done mate. Good effort
Good stuff. Well done!
Do you do a lot of oil installation work or is it all service and break downs?
Well done , proper weather up there !
Well done mate onwards and upwards...regards Turnpin
What is a good cheapest flue gas analyser to buy? Or buy 2nd on ebay? All your advice welcomed.
wouldn't go second hand on ebay unless you send serial number to manufacture to check its not stolen / x hire,
as most will keep them / not calibrate them
kane 455 or testo 327 good domestic cheap fga
327 testo I can get from city plumbing for £380 so I'll get that. I wasn't sure about the second hand that's why I asked. Cheers.
just weigh up calibration first testo is £120-150 a year for new sensors as well
Service and Calibration | Testo ltd - Test and Measurement Equipment
kane is around £75-150 a year or if it needs sensors £170-200
No way I didn't know that. Do they come like new cars where a certain amount of mileage you do it requires a service as some engineers will use the analyser more than others and it's a shame it costs so much money.
every year else not valid
normally cells every 4-5 years
Cheers what analyser do you have?
I have a sprint V2
I have two
Kane 455 and a testo 330-2
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