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These are the Recommended Basic Tools a Technician Should Own

(A list of Optional Expensive Tools is included as well)

NEEDED BASIC TOOLS

multimeter for volts and ohms

clamp-on ammeter

charging manifold gauges

self sealing hoses or a valve core depressor

pocket thermometer

work gloves

goggles

tape measure

assorted screwdrivers

stubby screwdrivers

nutdriver set of 8

diagonal cutters

long nose pliers

channelock pliers

2 pair sheet metal snips

crescent wrenches

visegrip pliers

pipe wrenches 14" and 18"

hex key wrenches

combo wrenches or socket set

chisel and punch

electrician knife

turbotorch

inspection mirror

files

claw hammer

hacksaw

mini hacksaw

bubble level

measuring caliper

scratch awl (ice pick)

115v electric drill

drill bit set

service ratchet wrench

flaring tool set

"imp" tube cutter

tubing cutter

blower wheel hub puller

magnetic screw chuck holders

125# drum adapter

alligator clip jumper wires

115v trouble light

alligator 115v clip cord

torch sparker

acetylene bottle wrench

propane powered halide leak detector

torch tip cleaner

flashlight

pump up sprayer

rain suit

rubber work boots

wet dry vacuum

Grinding face shield

Grease Gun

EXPENSIVE TOOLS

Pop Riveter

Swaging tool set

Tie-rod Fork

Compressor Oil pump

Vacuum pump

Oxy/acetylene torch

Electronic thermometer

Electronic leak detector

Recovery machine

Electronic scale

Hammer drill

Reciprocating saw

Cordless drill

Staple gun

Sheet metal hole cutter

Hand held velometer

Electronic Vacuum Gauge

Expansion Valve wrench

PVC cutter

 

 

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