The RP 340 is a small, light press tool for joining copper, stainless steel and PEX tubing, and black iron pipe. It has increased user maneuverability and a service-interval cycle of up to 42,000 cycles. It comes standard with new 18-V advanced lithium 2 batteries and an optional AC power adapter. It offers bolt sensor technology to ensure jaws and attachments are securely connected to the tool. Other features include a quick cycle time, operation in extreme temperatures and jaw rotation up to 270 degrees.
FC-Cutters are available in 1.5- and 2-in.-diameter options for cutting different pipe sizes. They cleanly cut ABS and foam core PVC pipe. Featuring an extended handle for leverage and easy rotation, the cutters need only to be snapped onto a pipe and rotated once for a precise cut. They do not leave burrs, and each cutter comes with an extra blade. Replacement blades also are available.
The Close Quarters ASTM F1807 PEX crimp tools feature handle openings up to 70% smaller than standard, providing maneuverability in tight spaces. Available in ½- and ¾-in. sizes, they are ideal for making connections in potable water and radiant heating applications. Features include durable, glass-filled polycarbonate E3 handles; a built-in, Go/No-Go gauge; and an adjustable lock screw. They are made for use with ASTM F1807 copper crimp ring PEX tubing connections.
The lightweight and compact 238-P-powered soil pipe cutter makes it easier to cut soil pipe in hard-to-reach spaces. Designed for use with a ½-in. impact driver, the tool incorporates a chain that can cut no-hub or service-weight cast iron, clay or concrete pipe. Its length, removable handle and low-profile cutter wheels provide the versatility to work with inconveniently placed pipe. The cutter’s two-directional operation lets users score pipe before cutting for cleaner cuts.