- F6000 Flaring Tool Drill Bit Set With 1/4’’ 3/8’’ 1/2’’ 5/8’’ 3/4" & 7/8" Bits
- Features: 6 Piece Set with the most common HVAC tubing diameters
- Revolutionizing system for molding tubes using heat by friction Way more surface of contact between the flare and the valve Right flaring size, every single time Up to 10x faster than the conventional tools: flares in 5 seconds! Preserves copper/aluminum malleability while doing the flaring, avoiding cracks and leakages.
- Drill Minimum Requirements The SPIN tools are designed to work along with drills and/ or screwdrivers, with minimum of 1,800 RPM and 500 watts for corded drills, or superior and 1,800RPM and 18V, or superior, for cordless drills. Using the SPIN tools along with less powerful equipment may result in high decrease of performance. Tubing Wall Thickness The Flaring Spin tools are designed to work with copper tubing of 1/4’’, 3/8” and 1/2’’ with wall thickness of up to 0.8mm, and up to 1.0mm for the 5/8’’ & 7/8" tubing diameters.
Features1. Heat by Friction
Preserves copper’s malleability during the molding process, for a leak-tight fitting.
2. Fits into any Drill*
Works efficiently along with the most common screwdrivers and drills*, check the minimum requirements.
3. 10X faster
Flares and swages in 5 seconds: Up to 10X faster than conventional tools.
4. Avoid Cracks and Leaks
The high-temperature process will assure a perfect fitting, the metal doesn’t crack or thin.
The SPIN Tools simply requires a power drill/screwdriver to get fastened in. The conventional tools require several parts in addition; dies, yokes, clamps, handles, wings, nuts, rules. These tools also need to be assembled together, manually screwed, manually unscrewed etc.
Tube walls maintain the thickness to withstand the high pressure of refrigerants.
Designed for the most popular tubing diameters in HVAC.
FAQsQuestion: Will a Milwaukee 18V fuel cordless drill work?
Answer: As long as it is a minimum of 1800rpm.
Question: What is the angle of the flare?
Answer: The angle is actually a little more than 37 degree and it is intended for refrigeration applications.
Question: Are the dimensions for od or id?
Answer: These swage bits open annealed (soft) ACR copper to IDs of 1/4”, 3/8”, 1/2”, 5/8”, 3/4”, 7/8”. So for 1/4” ACR copper tubing the ID is slightly over 3/16” and the 1/4” SPIN bit will swage this ID to 1/4” to accept 1/4” ACR.