Reed Tool CSO1 Copper Shut-Off Tool, 3/4-Inch by 1-Inch

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Copper Shut-Off Tools are designed to shut off and reshape 3/4" through 2" Type K copper tubing. The tool swings open to go around the pipe. Fine threads on the screw provide smooth, easy tightening. Sliding bar handle is used to increase leverage for turning and to permit work in tight places. The handle can be positioned in two different spots, depending on where there is clearance. The bottom open area of the shut-off tool is used to reround the tubing to allow 80-90% return of flow. All parts are corrosion protected for long service life. Grease fittings for lubrication yield long tool life and easy operation. Reed Manufacturing has been producing fine tools for worldwide professional trades since its founding, in 1896, by Carl Reed. Reed celebrates its 118th year of business in 2014. From the company's beginning, Reed associates have invented tools that continually become industry standards, including the Quick Release Tubing Cutter, various tools for plastic pipe, vises, plus Hinged Cutters and Rotary cutters for large diameter pipe.
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Handle can be positioned in two different, perpendicular angles
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Handle can be positioned in two different, perpendicular angles
Handle and the screw are zinc plated for corrosion protection
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Handle can be positioned in two different, perpendicular angles
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
Work best on copper service lines, which are softer copper than inside, residential lines
No loose parts to get lost
Handle can be positioned in two different, perpendicular angles
Handle and the screw are zinc plated for corrosion protection
While aluminum castings are hard anodized for long service life