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Standard Pipe Wrenches

Standard Pipe Wrenches

A movable upper jaw allows the jaw opening to be adjusted to accommodate pipes and fittings in a range of sizes. The jaws may have a serrated surface for improved grip on pipes and conduit made from softer materials such as iron or copper, or a smooth surface, for reduced risk of damage to the workpiece. Pipe wrenches are sometimes called monkey wrenches or Stillson wrenches.

Straight

The most common choice for turning or holding pipes and fittings, straight pipe wrenches have a head that is set in a straight line with the handle.

Cast Iron Handle

Serrated Jaw

Smooth Jaw

Aluminum Handle

Serrated Jaw

Angled

These wrenches have an angled head that provides better access when working in tight spaces.

Cast Iron Handle

Serrated Jaw

Smooth Jaw

Aluminum Handle

Serrated Jaw

Full Offset

With a hooked-jaw head that is bent at an angle to the handle, these wrenches provide better access to a pipe or fitting when working in tight spaces, around an obstruction, or on overhead fixtures.

Cast Iron Handle

Serrated Jaw

Aluminum Handle

Serrated Jaw

Non-Sparking

Made from nonferrous materials, nonsparking pipe wrenches help minimize the risk of the tool generating a spark while in use. Nonsparking tools are useful in environments that contain flammable solvents, liquids, vapors, dusts, or residues.

Straight Head — Aluminum Handle

Serrated Jaw

Straight Head — Aluminum Bronze Handle

Serrated Jaw

Straight Head — Beryllium Copper Handle

Serrated Jaw

Sets

These sets have multiple pipe wrenches in a range of sizes for working on differently sized pipes and fittings in a range of applications.

Straight