What is a Klein Tools Sheet Metal/ HVAC tool?
Klein Tools line of sheet metal and HVAC tools are designed to easily work with sheet metal, ductwork, and tubing. Their selection includes: Cutting and notching tools, Seaming and folding tools, Tube benders, Tube cutters, Swaging tools, Tube flaring tools, and more.
What is a Klein Tools Cutting/ Notching Tool?
Klein Tools cutting and notching tools consist of snips, snap lock punches, hand notchers, and nibbler tools. Snip tools are designed for precise and efficient cutting of steel, stainless steel, and other metals. They feature different jaw types to permit angled cuts as well. Snap lock punches easily impressions on metal edges to join pieces of sheet metal, duct, or pipe. Hand notchers create clean "v" shaped cuts easily in sheet metal.
What is a Klein Tools Seaming/Folding Tool?
Klein tools seaming and folding tools are designed to easily and accurately bend, seam, and flatten sheet metal and non-ferrous metals. Seamers with straight handles are ideal for general use applications while seamers with offset handles are ideal for overhead use or for confined areas. Broader jaws are ideal for forming wider folds and thinner jaws are ideal for forming tighter folds.
What is a Klein Tools Tube Bender?
A Klein tools tube bender is a tool used for permanently bending soft copper, aluminum, and steel tubing. They allow for easy tube bending without collapsing the walls of the tube.
What is a Klein Tools Tube Cutter?
A Klein Tools Tube Cutter is used to internally cut the tube from the inside to the outside of the tube behind the tube sheet on one end.
What is Klein Tools Swaging Tool?
A swaging tool is a tool used to transform an object's shape into the desired form by bending or shaping. Swaging is used in the metalworking field to serve a variety of purposes.
What is a Klein Tools Tube Flaring Tool?
Flaring tools are adaptive mechanisms used in pipe fitting application. They are used to expand the ends of pipe sections so the pipe can fit to the next section. Flaring tools are made up of three main parts: a metal bar with holed presets that fit different pipe sizes, a screw with a handle that goes into the pipe to open it, and a metal piece that fits into the handle and allows for rotation by the user.