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The BEAVER 22 m.m. Wrench  

Mark 3

A new tool specifically designed and developed for 
22 m.m. Plumbing Compression joints

Beaver 22


A development of the successful Beaver 15 m.m. Compression spanner.
This tool has proven itself to fit all of the 22mm compression fittings we have
    tried it on.  It will also fit most 22m.m  tap connector nuts (speedfit / end feed
    solder etc).  Tool shown here is a Mark 2 - the jaw is identical.

  

 

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  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.

  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
         flat without losing contact.  (No need  to remove tool entirely to move onto next flat.)  

   5.   Bottom prong – Either engages with “conex” rib or drives conventional nuts on the 
       flat  - similar to top hook.  This is the point where the 15mm and 22mm are
       different.    Because of  the greater range of sizes of the 22mm fittings the 
      
bottom  “prong” is, proportionally, slightly shorter and the top edge has  a 2.5mm flat
        instead of the sharp curve.  
      
This allows it to accommodate nuts sized between 29.6 to 32.2 mm across the flats.

   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 : –
     (A.) Angled specifically so that a line through the middle passes through the centre of
            the nut to give maximum torque,   (turning not swinging), and is as compact as
            feasible to allow maximum access in tight spaces.

        (B.)  Further designed to allow it to enter and hold a spare piece of 22mm pipe for
             additional leverage.

      (C.) When a pipe is cut it generally leaves a rough edge inside the pipe. It is
           necessary to remove these “burrs” if a bending spring is to be used.        


The edges of the handle effectively act as a “deburrer”, cleaning up and smoothing the inside of the pipe.

   9.    Drain valve key.      DrainValve Small

      

Latest Testimonial - 

I was attending a leak in a built in shower valve, on the hot supply, where it meets the valve body.
After chipping out the tile, nothing would fit the 3/4" nut, and still turn within the restrictions of the hole, except Mr Beaver!  So well done there.   (see below.)

Pete

                     Ollie

       

BoilerSRadiator1S

Concat2

 


  I would appreciate you comments, complimentary or otherwise!  


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