The right tools in the right hands can make all the difference when it comes to home-performance services. NCI president Rob Falke and other contractors provide a list of the tools required to be successful in home-performance work.
These pliers are designed for simple and reliable clamping of 1- and 2-ear clamps. Available in front-jaw, dual-front, and side-jaw options, the pliers are designed to not damage the press points on the ear clamps of a workpiece.
Fluke Corp. is introducing the Fluke® 902 FC True-rms HVAC Clamp Meter, a wireless Fluke Connect®-enabled meter designed to improve the productivity of HVAC technicians in the field. With the Fluke 902 FC, technicians can document measurements, email results to customers, and collaborate with colleagues in real-time.
There’s no doubt the connectivity of mobile devices has made our personal lives more convenient, but now they’re also helping make technicians more efficient, thanks to tool manufacturers developing wireless-enabled devices and test and measurement apps for download.
While some contractors are willing to equip technicians with the necessary tools, others require workers to purchase their own, which can be yet another burden for someone just starting out in the field.
Every HVAC technician needs tools to complete a job. In recent years, alongside a burgeoning digital progression in other professions, the world of HVAC tools has seen a bevy of innovations that have spurred the growth of digital tools to better assist HVAC technicians in their work.
TruTech Tools Ltd., an online distributor of tools and test instruments for the HVAC and building performance markets, has announced a change in ownership. James C. and James L. Bergmann have stepped down and president and CEO, Bill Spohn, and vice president and sales manager, Eric Preston, are now the owners.
Cleaner Look and Improved User Interface Enables Easier Searches of HVAC Products
March 17, 2014
JHL Supply, a supplier of specialty tools for the HVAC industry, has announced the launch of its fully redesigned website at HVACtool.com. The company said the new site has a cleaner look and an improved user interface, enabling easier searches of HVAC products.