BEAVER 22 m.m. Wrench
A new tool specifically designed and developed
A development of the successful Beaver 15 m.m. Compression spanner.
tool has proven itself to fit all of the 22mm compression fittings we
1. Pivot Curve – This allows the tool to swing away at its base and slide on to the next flat. In conjunction with the bottom curve, (see below), contact is maintained and there is no need to remove the tool in order to fumble for the next flat. This is especially important where the nut is virtually invisible.
No moving parts to jam or wear.
2. Hook – Accommodates “conex” nuts or drives on the walls of conventional nuts.
Middle Curve – Extended curve allows tool to accommodate different
sizes and shapes at different points on the curve.
3. Middle Curve – Extended curve allows tool to accommodate different sizes and shapes at different points on the curve.
4. Bottom curve –Clearance for tool to
pivot (1). This
allows the tool to move to next
5. Bottom prong – Either engages with “conex” rib
or drives conventional nuts on the
6. Flat to act as a light hammer fro stuck RTV valves etc.
7. 15.6 mm hole for "sizing" 15 mm pipe moving olives etc.
8. Handle : –
designed to allow it to enter and hold a spare piece of 22mm pipe for
(C.) When a pipe is cut it generally leaves a rough
edge inside the pipe. It is
9. Drain valve key.
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