Pipe wrenches let you fasten large couplers to join sections of pipe. They resemble larger versions of combination wrenches but can turn pieces with wider diameters. They can fit any pipe, regardless of size, within their range, which lets a single wrench do the work of an entire set of open jaw wrenches.
Aluminum pipe wrenches offer heavy-duty performance in more a more lightweight design. You can work with one of these tools for longer periods of time with far less fatigue. For most plumbing jobs, a simple straight pipe wrench makes short work of every task. Sometimes you find yourself in a confined space where a traditional wrench doesn't have the clearance to complete the job.
An end pipe wrench has a handle that sweeps from the jaw towards you. You can attach these wrenches in smaller spaces and get a longer swing to install or remove a coupler with far less effort. For other tricky spots, use an offset pipe wrench. Offset wrenches have their jaw set at a 90-degree angle from the handle so that you can get the widest-possible swing without having to remove other pipes from your way.
As you shop for your wrench, look for convenience features. Some wrenches have self-cleaning threads that keep them from gumming up and reduce repairs considerably. Modular designs let you replace threads, jaws or handles one at a time instead of the entire tool for increased operational life. Many of these tools feature exceptional warranties to protect your investment for years to come or even the rest of your life.
Pipe wrenches save time on your plumbing projects, from basic p-trap replacement to industrial-scale jobs. They're very durable and are always ready to run. Search through our wide array of pipe wrenches for sale, and determine which one meets your specific requirements.
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