Air Conditioner Tools Suppliers

Air Conditioner Tools Suppliers

When you start out as a Heating, Ventilation And Air Conditioning engineer (HVAC) you are going to need the tools of the trade and the best supplier for that. With the wide variety of tools required to work on heating, ventilation, or air conditioning systems you need to make sure you have the right tools to do the job at hand and at Air Con Spares we have the tools and the spares to help you

Below we outline the tools needed for specific jobs and how they can help you as well when certain situations arise.

First up the most important tools every heating and ventilation and air conditioning technician/engineer needs when out in the field:

  • Reciprocating Saw Blades
  • Vacuum Pump
  • Mobile HVAC Software
  • Refrigerant Scale
  • Cordless Drill
  • Screwdrivers
  • Pipe Wrenches and Pliers
  • Tin Snips and Shears
  • Multi-Meter and Voltage Tester 

Reciprocating Saw Blades

Reciprocating saw blades have the ability to cut through just about anything and it makes it a valuable and flexible tool that no HVAC technician should be without. Also having

Vacuum Pump

You should have a reliable vacuum pump. The pump’s ability to suck moisture and air out of air conditioning lines can help them determine which lines have leaked before charging the system with refrigerant.

Refrigerant Scale

They help to accurately weigh how much refrigerant is being placed into refrigeration units. You will need a digital scale to measure the refrigerant as it exits the tank and settles into the uni

Cordless Drill with Batteries

A cordless drill and bits is an essential HVAC tool for its portability, power, and versatility. Keep at least two batteries on hand to help ensure that your drill can last the entire day without needing a charge.

Screwdrivers with Insulated Handles

It always helps to have an array of screwdrivers to prepare for any HVAC situation. The set should include a variety of Phillips, flat head, and hex screwdrivers in different sizes to accommodate the different screws and bolts used in all HVAC systems. In many cases, a heavy-duty screwdriver can serve multiple tasks, including prying apart any venting. BUT Make sure they have insulated handles, so as to prevent the risk of electrical shock. We recommend Draper to do the job

Pipe Wrenches and Pliers

A set of pipe wrenches and pliers can work on quite a few HVAC systems involving natural gas line and connections to plumbing. For smaller connections and to better manipulate wiring, always keep a set of pliers handy, including these a needle-nose, a channel-lock, an open-face, a pair of wire strippers, and a pair of linesman pliers. Once again have pliers with insulated handles reduces the risk of electrical shock.

Tin Snips and Shears

You must own the tools necessary for working with any kind of sheet metal. Make sure that you have on your person when on the job - tin snips, including the following: straight aviators, lefts (reds), and rights (greens). Each type of tin snip allows for different positioning and cut direction for better precision. For the longer, straight line cut, a strong pair of steel shears with an insulated handle will do the job.

Multi-Meter and Voltage Tester

Safety is important when you work out in the field. Since HVAC systems are connected to electrical systems, it is highly important that you are equipped with electrical testers to verify the presence of live wires, be able to measure voltage and measure resistance, and be able to quickly conduct other electrical test.



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