Want a better look at the 2020 “Kool Tools” from the 2019 SEMA Show? Check out a new Society of Collision Repair Specialists video to see the presentation and some of the equipment in action.
“Each year the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) Education Committee searches the SEMA Show for unique tools, equipment, and offerings to the collision repair industry that they feel provide notable value in fixing today’s damaged vehicles,” SCRS explained in a news release Friday. “Committee members independently secure these tools, test them, and then Amber Alley, Bruce Halcro, Kye Yeung, and Toby Chess shared some of their favorites during a live presentation at the SCRS Open Board Meeting in January.”
We featured the tools in a Monday article, but we have to admit that the printed word sometimes just can’t compare to seeing the equipment in hand.
Some highlights here include:
29:00: Betag national sales manager Keith Egan shows off the BETAG Alu-T-Hotbox aluminum dent pulling system.
32:25: Chess remains unburnt thanks to the SolderWeld Hot Block Heat Absorption Putty.
34:50: The Vampire screw extraction tool in action.
39:50: KECO President Chris White demonstrates the KECO Robo Crease Killer kit.
If you’ve got money left over, perhaps consider buying some of the “Kool Tools” featured in prior years. Here’s some SCRS and Repairer Driven News coverage:
SCRS also encouraged collision repairers to subscribe to its YouTube channel.
Society of Collision Repair Specialists, Feb. 28, 2020
Society of Collision Repair Specialists YouTube page, Feb. 27, 2020
Featured image: Society of Collision Repair Specialists Education Committee member Kye Yeung (European Motor Car Works) holds up the Glassbot QuarterMaster during the 2020 “Kool Tools” presentation. (Screenshot from SCRS YouTube video)