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PEX piping is becoming popular among professionals and DIYers each passing day. These PEX joints are affordable, easy, and fast to use. To install these PEX pipes, you need special PEX crimp tools. To have a well-installed and well-functioning joint, you need to select the ideal PEX crimp tool to help you achieve it.


There are many PEX crimp tools available in the market with several features and specifications. For the first-time buyer, it can be very confusing to choose the best one from the plethora of options. So, we have listed some factors which will help you choose the best ones.


This PEX crimp tool is ideal for perfect polishing and ensures no damage during the process. It is also proven to avoid all kinds of leaks. The tool is designed so that it is convenient to switch cinches. On top of that, the ratchet design with the self-release mechanism makes the conch easier. You do not even require the calibration tool as it is factory-adjusted.


This ratcheting crimp tool is factory-adjusted and does not require any calibration tool. The self-release and ratchet mechanism ensures a fast and easy crimp. It also makes the work for the user efficient and precise. Further, the tool is constructed of high-quality steel with a forging process to ensure the integrated mechanical property and long durability. The inside jaw is processed with EDM wire cutting to ensure accuracy.


This is a highly compatible product that can work well with both copper crimp rings and PEX tubing. This connection system comprises a line of quality accessories and rugged tools that enables a trouble-free and dependable installation of the Barb plumbing and PEX systems. Additionally, all these valves and fittings are manufactured and tested in the USA.


This PEX crimp tool is a professional one that features a self-releasing and ratcheting mechanism that ensures a rock-solid and proper cinch. This tool is designed according to the ASTM 2098 standard of stainless steel clamps.


Manufactured with high tolerance, this is pre-calibrated and is ready to use, a simple tool for professional plumbers and DIYers. It is a universal tool and does not require any adjustments for any clamp size. Additionally, the ratcheting function allows for achieving the desired compression without any extra force.


The 11-inch length of the handle makes it suitable for all kinds of plumbing jobs without much effort or strain on the hands. It can also be used to install stainless steel rings. It reduces the labour more than 50% than any traditional kind of PEX crimp tool.


Ispinner has come up with a PEX crimp tool which is made of high-quality and durable steel with a forging process that makes sure of integrated mechanical property and long life. It is made of 304 stainless steel.


It is made of manganese steel that guarantees durability and the inner jaw is cut by wire EDM to ensure precision and accuracy. The self-releasing and ratchet mechanism helps to ensure complete and easy crimping. Further, the tool is factory-adjusted, so no adjustments or calibrations are needed.


There are several features that differentiate two PEX crimp tools and you need to consider all of them before finalising on your best one. In the following section, we have listed some eminent factors that will help you select the best PEX crimp tool for you.


The pex crimp tools can be segregated on their design and characteristics. They fulfil the same purpose but have their own set of benefits and drawbacks. There are five kinds of PEX crimp tools. We have discussed all of them in detail.


When you need to apply pressure on the crimp, the longer length is considered better. The longer handle of the tool will provide more leverage to the clamp or crimp and the job can be done with much less effort. It is better to go for tools of at least 11 inches in length. The long-handle tools might feel a little awkward but they have more learning curves than the short-handle ones.


Before selecting the crimping tool, you need to be aware of the pipe on which you are going to use it. While there are various clamping and crimping tools, all of them are not suitable for PEX pipes. Some tools are versatile and can be used for both PEX pipes and copper. Therefore, you should go for them for extra options.


Several PEX crimp tools are equipped with the removal function for separating the clamps or crimps from the pipe. The user will not be able to use the crimps or clamps any further because it would either damage the integrity of the process and end up cutting them.


With this guide at your disposal, choosing the best PEX crimp tool will be like a walk in the park. We have listed all the criteria you need to know to buy the best PEX crimp tool. Therefore, you must apply these considerations when buying the best tools. You can write to us in the comments section below if you still have doubts.


Choose a PEX crimp tool that allows you to spend more time working and less time making adjustments. Designed to compress copper crimp rings to secure PEX or PE-RT tubing to brass or poly crimp fittings, our PEX pipe tool is available in a range of sizes (3/8 in. to 2 in) to fit various installation needs.


Before picking a crimping or clamping tool, be sure to know what type of pipe it works for. While many types of clamping and crimping tools work for plumbing joints, not all of them work for PEX pipe.


There are tools that work for both copper and PEX pipe, but they generally require additional jaws or fittings. It can get expensive quickly, but for those who do a lot of plumbing, it might be worth the investment. Switching a fitting on a clamping tool takes less time than sweating a copper joint with flux and solder.


Crimping tools typically have 1-inch jaws that can crimp 1-inch pipe, but their kits come with smaller jaws for tackling smaller pipes. To clamp those smaller pipes, simply open the 1-inch jaws and slip the necessary-size clamping jaws inside.


Over time, clamping and crimping tools can fall out of perfect calibration. Applying pressure many times over the course of a plumbing project can stretch the jaws a bit, in which case dial them back in.


Most of the best PEX crimp and clamp tools have calibration gauges and adjustment screws, and they often come with the wrenches required to adjust them. Use these gauges to determine how far out of calibration the tool is, and tighten it back to the ideal setting. Many of these tools have adjustments on both jaws, allowing for calibrating to a perfectly round result.


Removing crimps requires an entirely different tool with a blade for cutting through the copper crimps. In this case, cut the joint out of the system, slide the cutting tool into the fitting, and squeeze the handles until the jaws cut through the copper crimp. A second cut on the other side of the crimp will separate it completely.


Below are some of the best PEX crimp and clamp tools on the market. Keep all of the important considerations in mind when comparing these products to ensure the best tool selection for a particular project.


A crimp ring makes the aforementioned connection by utilizing a metal ring (called a crimp ring) that is an unbroken single piece of metal that slides onto the end of the PEX tubing; only marginally larger than the tube itself. This ring is then secured to the tube, completing the connection between the piece of PEX and the fitting, using a crimp ring tool that has special jaws that clamp around the outer diameter of the ring, and then through forcing closed the handles of the tool, provide a crimped connection. After crimping, the use of a gauge to ensure proper connection is usually required.


Like a crimp connection, a PEX pinch clamp is a single piece of metal that is interlocked to ensure a secure joint. As with copper rings the clamp is slipped over the end of the PEX pipe prior to the insert of the fitting. Visually, a pinch clamp ring has a raised portion of the ring (thus not forming a perfect circle) this is where the jaws of the clamp tool will form the connection. After aligning all the necessary components, the connection is completed between the PEX tube and fitting by pinching this raised portion of the ring and creating a small fold that protrudes from the profile of the tube.


Pinch clamp tools, on the other hand, do not need to wrap around your PEX, so regardless of what size of tubing you are working with, you only need to be able to access the ear of the clamp which can be rotated to any angle for pinching.


When you are installing new plumbing, you are probably not thinking about a circumstance in which you might need to remove it. But why not take the little bit of insurance right now to make doing so easier In order to remove a copper crimp ring from a PEX connection, you must cut the PEX pipe off close to the fitting. Then use a specialized ring cutting tool to cut the copper ring in half. Leaving just enough pipe to allow you to get a hold of the pipe with a pliers to pull it off the fitting.


Hi John! We'd inadvertently brain farted on the image, but replaced it a short time ago. If you force a fresh page load (hold down the shift key while re-loading the page in your browser) you should see the new image of our own PEX crimping tool and cutter. We so appreciate your being here with us, and apologize for the subscribe pop-up. We've been working to find a solution that recognizes the difference between a subscriber and a non-subscriber, but since no one actually "logs in" to our website, it's been a challenge. We'll continue to see if we can make that happen, and appreciate your understanding as we try to find a fix. Thanks John!


I have PEX tools from plumbing repairs I have done over the years. The tool in the top photo is a crimping tool for telephone and ethernet modular plugs. It has nothing to do with PEX. You may want to change it.


You might want to mention that there are two types of cinch tools. The one you mentioned, the ratcheting type, and the non ratcheting type. The non ratcheting type it almost always too large to fit into the small spaces of our motorhomes. I found that out by purchasing one of those not knowing there were two types. 59ce067264






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