In this training video, instructor Mike Pfeiffer discusses his preference for small and compact tools, his careful approach to preserving machines in emergency situations, and his choice of a rigid inspection camera for its close-up capabilities and screen quality. Here is the transcript:
I’m going to preach Milwaukee, ok. But the reason I preach Milwaukee is more there’s a wide variety. DeWalt has some great tools too. I love DeWalt, but I’m very, very particular with my tools. Just because of the fact that like I have one battery that can handle pretty much all of my tools. All right. I don’t want to get too big of tools just because the fact of my working in a small environment.
So, I try to keep everything, small compact, ready to go at all times. And that’s where all my stuff can fit in my little pack out box, you know, so I just can’t carry that around with me. But this is my entire kit. If I’m going somewhere for someone who is crushed inside a machine, still alive, still talking to me. I don’t want to destroy that machine.
Right. Because that might be a small mom and pop business. That might be the best machine they have right now. I don’t want to come in there and cut that thing apart, know what I mean? I’m going to stop disassembly first and then you guys get out there today you’re going to start disassembling. The inspection camera. You have different types out there, you have a cheaper version right here.
I’m going with a rigid one. The reason I use rigid is – if you got to see it on that close up. You got the nice screen.