These two tools are probably the most reliable one-two punch when it comes to HVAC installation. If hammers and screwdrivers are used in other construction work, you bet they are used when installing HVAC units as well. A technician doesn’t only use one screwdriver though, as an HVAC unit contains different types of screws. On the other hand, hammers are basically used when nails need to be pounded for the unit to be attached in the wall.
An HVAC technician’s toolbox is never complete without a power drill (preferably a cordless one). Sometimes, it’s not as easy for an HVAC unit to be installed in an office building since they need to be placed in tight and hard-to-reach areas. A cordless drill can be carried into these areas for holes to be properly drilled and wires can easily be attached to the unit.
Multimeters and thermometers are specialty tools only used by a qualified HVAC repairman. A multimeter checks if any voltage is present and a thermometer is used to check if there are possible changes in the unit’s temperature. Using these tools makes sure the unit will be functioning well before it is actually installed at home or in the office.
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