There is a saying “Run your welder, not your mouth!”… But in this episode we do a lot of mouth running about melting metal with Jimmy McKnight (aka Arc Junkie). We go over the different types of welding, welders and materials to weld. It’s a good interview (aka running of the mouth).
This month is ladder safety month and in this episode the guys talk to Dave Francis from Little Giant Ladders. Ladder safety is discussed as well as all the cool and innovative things Little Giant is doing to make ladders safer and lighter.
This episode The guys talk to Chris Korres from Reed Instruments. They talk about all the economical test equipment that Reed offers to Tons of different industries. Everything from Multimeters to Inspection cameras. Stress testers to Thermal Imagers.
In this episode Brent and Billy talk with Greg Shea from RevMark about Markers. The story behind RevMark is a good one. The revolutionary design the have for their markers is amazing! You don’t want to miss this one!
This week's episode covers electrical tools. The guys talk with Adam Sperry (aka Completely Cordless on Instagram) about the tools that make his job pulling large cable long distances easier and more profitable. They also discuss what Adam finds to be his “goto” tools for diagnosis and repair work.
In this episode Brent and Billy talk to Andrew Greaves (Hvac Vehicle Layouts on FaceBook) about Veto bags. They Discuss the new Drill tool bag and a bunch of the new concept bags that may be on the way.
In this episode The Tool Pros (Brent and Billy) Talk With Grayson Rohs. Grayson Is a Rep. from the TTI group. TTI owns the Milwaukee Line of tools. Grayson gives the guys the lowdown on the line of heated gear that Milwaukee puts out.
This week’s episode finds the Tool Pros Brent And Billy Talking with the man, the Myth, The legend Bill Spohn of Tru Tech Tools. The guys get into discussing some of the very cool NEW tools and equipment featured at the AHR expo this year.
In this episode Brent and Billy Talk to Rob Dippold (RJ Dippold Home Works) about the differences and similarities in the 12v and 18v cordless lines of tools. They cover everything from plumbing to carpentry to HVAC service tools. Rob Gets to weigh in on how the cold can impact the batteries since he is in Buffalo NY.