Best Safety System Tools

Best Safety System Tools

Safety system tools are used for several purposes; whether you are looking for expanding pipes or unlocking the locked fitting – these tools can help you! The main features of the safety system tools include:

  • Unlocking the pipes that are locked on the fitting by a tight collar/cap connection – the same pipe then can be used again as well.
  • Flaring the pipe around the fitting to maintain precision inside the diameters of the fittings and reducing the pressure throughout the pipe fittings.

At Aquatechnik, we have three amazing safety system tools that can be used to assemble the safety system. Depending on the diameter of the multi-calor pipe, you can choose the right safety tool. Following are the tools we provide:

BMC 011

BMC 011 is a hand-operated, manual tool that can be used to work on diameters between DN16 and DN32. Unlike, battery-powered safety tools, the BMC 011 has a lever handle to expand the pipe head. It works on the Ratchet Mechanism.

Ratchet Mechanism allows linear or rotary motion in a single direction while restricting the motion in the opposite direction. If you do not want to operate a manual tool and want more precision, you can consider the safety tools mentioned below.

BBS 32

The BBS 32 is a battery-operated safety tool that can be used to work on the diameters between DN16 and DN32. The battery it uses is a high-quality 18v NiMH battery that makes the processing faster and more efficient.

To download the instructions manual of BBS 32, visit the tools page

BBR 90

The BBR 90 is also a battery-operated safety tool, but it can be used to work on larger diameters ranging from DN16 to DN63. It uses a high-performance 18v Lithium-ion battery and is equipped with the cutting-edge technology.

To download the instructions manual of BBR 90, visit the tools page

Final Verdict

All three safety tools mentioned above work great for their specifications. However, if you want a safety tool that can be used on larger diameters, you should opt for the BBR 90. If you want a tool that can work on standard pipe sizes (mid-range), you should go for the BBS 32.