Milwaukee Plumbing Tools
Milwaukee® plumbing tools let professionals clear drains, change out and install sinks, run copper tubing and do all other plumbing tasks quickly, efficiently and accurately. The plumbing tools are members of the Milwaukee hand tool family, which also includes layout, fastening, clamping, cutting, screwing and hex-key hand tools used in all trades, including plumbing.
The company's plumbing tools start with steel and aluminum Milwaukee pipe wrenches, from 10 to 24 inches in length, with contoured, finger-notched handles that give you maximum leverage on different diameter pipe. All pipe wrenches have an overbite jaw design to widen the gripping surface, with the hook jaw designed to release easily from work pieces. A twin-coil spring assembly increases grip strength and extends the life of Milwaukee pipe wrenches. Basin wrenches are also available, with forged, spring-loaded and pivoting jaws for maximum leverage on and accessibility to stubborn pipe nuts.
Plumbing hand tools also include close-quarter, mini and constant-swing Milwaukee copper tubing cutters. Each has chrome rollers for rust protection, as well as secure cutting-wheel housings to keep cuts on track and minimize burrs. Milwaukee plumbing tools include cutters for plastic, rubber and radiant-floor tubing as well. The tubing cutters have double-ground V-shape blades to provide ultra-clean cuts on up to one-inch tubing, as well as ergonomic one-handed locking mechanisms.
Milwaukee plumbing tools also include simple reaming pens to deburr copper cuts before using Milwaukee levels, chalk lines and other layout hand tools to set the proper pitch for soldering copper-tubing runs. No plumbing tool set is complete without tools for clearing drains. Milwaukee plumbing tools include drop-head and bulb drums and cable that attach to separate power augurs. The cable consists of industrial steel, spring-wrapped around a solid polymer core, providing an optimal mix of cable strength and flexibility.
Milwaukee plumbing tools are what professional plumbers rely on for clearing drains, removing and installing sinks and prepping copper and plastic tubing. Check out this plumbing equipment, and you'll see why all Milwaukee hand tools, from basic utility knives to multi-functional Milwaukee hex key sets, should be part of your arsenal.