Testo's new analyzers provide HVAC/R and Building Performance Contractors, Home Inspectors, Energy Auditors and Raters alike with better combustion analysis at a great price.
The testo 310 is a fully featured analyzer that provides all the measurements needed whether you need to perform Carbon Monoxide (CO) tests, maintenance or safety checks or to install new combustion systems. Use it for accurate heating adjustments so you can get it right the first time, every time.
The new testo 320 is built for the contractor who expects more! Use it for basic testing and tuning of all types of boilers, heaters or furnaces. Or use it to set up and commission more complex multi-stage or modulating heating systems. Combustion analysis, draft, temperature, pressure, combustion efficiency and a host of other calculations and functions, all shown in high definition vivid color.
Testo 310 - Fully Featured, Priced Right
- The most affordable testo yet!
- Kink-resistant, integrated hose eliminates leaks
- Six fuel flexibility
- Save money with long lasting, high range sensors
- Features draft, pressure and NOx filter standard
- O2,CO, CO2, ex air, combustion efficiency
- Ready to use in 30 seconds!
See two video overviews of the Testo 310
Test 320 - High Def & Heavy Duty
- Store up to 500 tests in the on board memory
- Ultimate testing flexibility with optional probes
- Field replaceable sensors & easy update of firmware
- Features Hi-def color graphic display
- NOx filter standard on CO Sensor
- 20 pre-programmed fuels & user-programmable fuel codes
- EasyHeat data management software available.
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What About the Testo 327?
The testo 327 was discontinued as of October 1, 2012. The testo 320 is the replacement for the 327 and adds more capabilities and features at a very competitive price. The testo 310 breaks ground in a new price and features category for Testo in residential combustion analysis. Both meet the demands of today's technicians.