PEX Clamp Tool w/ Holster
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One-Hand PEX Clamp (Cinch) Tool w/ Holster, Heavy-Duty

Everhot

Brand: Everhot

Mfr Part#: PXT3011


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Model PXT3011 PEX Clamp Tool is used together with Stainless Steel PEX Clamps (Cinch Clamps) and crimp style PEX Fittings.

Can be used with all (5) sizes of PEX Stainless Steel Cinch Clamps: 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 5/8" and 1".

 

One-hand ratchet design allows to operate the tool with one hand only, thus reducing labor and saving the installation time.

 

 

PXT3011 PEX Clamp Tool Features:

Durable steel construction with rubber grip handles;

A belt holster;

External LED indicator (lights up when connection is complete);

Calibration tools included;

(2) Spare batteries for the LED included;

User's manual with step-by-step operating instructions;

 

This model is a direct replacement for Apollo 69PTBJ0010C.

One-Hand PEX Clamp (Cinch) Tool w/ Holster, Heavy-Duty has an average 5.0 out of 5 rating based on 4 user reviews.
 
The PEX Connection Champ
By David B. (from Effort, PA) on 8/12/2013
This guy really makes connecting Pex a joy. The fact that it can be operated with one hand is very important, because you frequently need your other hand to hold the Pex pipe tight against the fitting. Also, when it comes to spacing the clamp 1/8" to 1/4" away from the end of the fitting, you can tighten the tool just to the point where it holds the clamp but you can still adjust the placement of the clamp on the pipe and then tighten it all the way. I never previously used any pex clamping/crimping tools, but every connection I made with this tool was flawless. I wouldn't think of using anything else.
 
One Hand Pex Clamp tool
By Chuck M. (from Tulsa, Oklahoma) on 11/9/2012
Excellant, can use one hand crimping the connectors while in a crawl space that is dark and cramped, am able to see the blue light reguardless of which position it is in while in poor lighted conditions.
 
The only way to pex - Spend the extra
By Heavyhaul (from Roaring Spring,PA) on 1/18/2012
I do not own this particular brand. Different color handles, construction looks exactly the same. The other style tool is quite cumbersome to use. You need two hand, lots of room, and alot of strength and luck to use at arms length on 3/4 clamps. This tool requires less than half the space, 1 hand(till possible last click), and much easier to keep in position while clamping.
 
Great price Works great
By Retired (from Orlando Florida) on 8/8/2011
The tool works great. Even came with extra batteries and a case. So many ways to connect Pex pipe with all the new fittings. Can't make up my mind which one to choose.
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Will this clamp tool work with propex-a tubing made by UPONOR?
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Yes, this PEX tool works with all SDR-9 PEX tubing, including Uponor, Watts, Zurn, Everhot, etc.
Answered on 5/20/2013 by PexUniverse Customer Service
How do you remove a clamp? Is there a special tool just like the crimp tool? Thanks.
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There is no special tool for removing stainless steel PEX cinch clamps. Wire cutters (snips) are used to cut off the cinch head. The remaining portion of the clamp can be removed with a flat tip screwdriver and or pliers.
Answered on 2/12/2013 by PexUniverse Customer Service
Which type of ring is better stainless steel or copper
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PEX crimp tools are used in combination with PEX copper crimp rings. PEX clamp tools are used in combination with stainless steel PEX clamps. Choosing one connection method over the other is mostly a matter of personal preference. Crimp method is more time proven and mistake-proof, but will require separate tool for each tubing size or a tool with interchangeable jaws, such as PXT3201/02/03 crimp tool kits. Clamp or cinch method is much quicker, more convenient and uses only one tool for all tubing sizes, however it lacks the ability to check connections for accuracy and has been in use less time than the crimp method.
Answered on 6/29/2012 by PexUniverse Customer Service

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