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Chat Control | Episode 5 | All About Accessories

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WELCOME TO CHAT CONTROL!

After a brief hiatus, BossTek's Chat Control is back!

BossTek’s new podcast about everything dust and odor control and whatever other topic that may come to light.

Every two weeks, host Nick Waechter (Dust and Odor Management Specialist) sits down and talks the latest and greatest in dust and odor technology.

From recent news in the industry and what’s going on at BossTek to their favorite places to golf, Chat Control has maximum coverage.

This bi-weekly show is available every two weeks at 11 a.m. EST.

For more videos on BossTek and continuous updates on Chat Control, visit the BossTek YouTube Channel.

THIS WEEK ON CHAT CONTROL

Host Nick Waechter is joined by Tyler Kempf, Dust and Odor Management Specialist, both back from recent road trips!

Team Boss discusses the various accessories to DustBoss units including the Quick Release Manifold and newly introduced FlameBoss!

Nick and Tyler catch up on each other's roadtrips in opposite ends of the U.S. and discuss important information regarding a widely-used service... What to watch on Netflix!

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Listen to the fifth episode of Chat Control.

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