Create 45° or 37° single or double flared ends on a variety of metal pipe so it lays flush against a fitting for a leakproof seal, even when the connection is opened and closed often. Flaring tools are commonly used on a variety of metal pipe, including underground plumbing, water lines, oil supply lines, brake lines, propane and natural gas lines, and refrigeration systems. Choose between single-flare tools for low- or moderate-pressure applications and double-flare tools for high-pressure applications.
For Low-Pressure Applications
When connecting pipe in low-pressure systems, such as water and refrigerant lines or natural gas appliances, use these flaring tools to create a single 37° or 45° flare on the end of your pipe.
For Single 37 ° Flare Angle
For Single 45 ° Flare Angle
For High-Pressure Applications
Use these flaring tools when connecting pipe in high-pressure systems, such as brake and fuel lines. They roll or fold the end of the pipe before creating a 45° double flare to provide improved strength in high-pressure applications.