Bill Spohn and Jim Bergmann
Bill Spohn is CEO and co-owner of TruTech Tools, LTD. He holds BSME and MSME degrees from the University of Rochester and is a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Pennsylvania. Over the last 25 years, Bill has built his career on creating, designing, and marketing a wide array of test and measurement products that work for technicians in the field. As co-owner at TruTech tools, Bill is responsible for setting and maintaining the strategic direction, and marketing and business plans. He has lectured to a wide variety of audiences on the applications of testing and measurement instrumentation in building science, weatherization and HVAC. Bill has worked with BPI, RESNET, GAMA, AHRI, OMA, RSES, NATE, and ACCA Technical Committees and holds three U.S. patents.
Jim Bergmann is CTO and co-owner of TruTech Tools, LTD. He holds an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Mechanical Technology from the University of Akron. He also has NATE certification (all available certifications including senior certifications) and an Ohio State License: Career and Technical Education. Jim has focused his career on enabling HVAC and building performance technicians to use measurement science to do it right the first time. Over the course of the last 25 years, he has worked as a technician, as well as for instrumentation manufacturers. He is an award-winning secondary school instructor. As co-owner at TruTech tools, his key responsibilities are product and technical evaluation, training development, and website content/function. He has led a variety of innovative courses on the processes, applications and hands-on use of testing and measurement instrumentation in building science, weatherization and HVAC. Jim is affiliated with ASHRAE, RSES, NATE, BPI, and ACCA Technical Committees.
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