Non Sparking Pipe Wrench

Non Sparking Pipe Wrench

  • When using a heavy-duty Pipe Wrench, maintain a gap between the back of the hook jaw and the pipe.
  • This concentrates the pressure at the jaw teeth only and produces the maximum gripping force and aids ratcheting action.
  • If possible, always pull rather than push on the pipe wrench handle and maintain a proper stance with feet firm to hold the balance.
  • Inspect Pipe Wrenches periodically for worn or unsafe parts and replace them.

 

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P/N L mm K mm
SMZ-1002 200 25
SMZ-1004 250 30
SMZ-1006 300 40
SMZ-1008 350 50
SMZ-1010 450 60
SMZ-1012 600 75
SMZ-1014 900 125
SMZ-1016 1200 150

PROPER USE

  • When using a heavy-duty Pipe Wrench, maintain a gap between the back of the hook jaw and the pipe.
  • This concentrates the pressure at the jaw teeth only and produces the maximum gripping force and aids ratcheting action.
  • If possible, always pull rather than push on the pipe wrench handle and maintain a proper stance with feet firm to hold the balance.
  • Inspect Pipe Wrenches periodically for worn or unsafe parts and replace them.

ABUSE/MISUSE

  • Do not use a Pipe Wrench as a hammer, nor strike a Pipe Wrench with a hammer
  • Pipe Wrenches are designed to turn or hold pipe; never use a Pipe Wrench to bend, raise, or left a pipe.
  • Never use a pipe extender or leverage
  • Do not permit chips to clog flutes as this will prevent the tap from turning.

We offer 2 kinds of materials for non-sparking tools,
Copper-Beryllium alloy (Be-Cu) and Aluminium-Bronze (Al-Br) alloy:

COPPER-BERYLLIUM ALLOY ALUMINIUM-BRONZE ALLOY
Composition Be: 1.8%-2%
Ni+Co: 0.2%-1.2%
Others: <0.5%
Rest: Cu
Composition Al: 10%-12%
Ni: 4 % – 6 %
Fe+Mn: <5.8 %
Others: <0.5%
Rest: Cu
Hardness 283-365 Brinell Hardness 229-291 Brinell
Tensile
Strength
~1250 N/mm2 Tensile
Strength
~800 N/mm2

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