pipe cutter

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Noun1.pipe cutter - a hand tool for cutting pipepipe cutter - a hand tool for cutting pipe  
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
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The pipe cutter can cut a two-inch iron pipe in about 25 revolutions (or a few minutes) but it needs a about a foot of clearance around its circumference.
I contacted Jim Moore of HammerHead Trenchless Equipment about the cost of a pipe cutter that could cut a four-inch pipe," Curry said.
He was detained near the college with a rucksack containing tools including pliers, hacksaws, a pipe cutter, torches and a Stanley knife.
Having dealt with this type of issue before, Hydratight technicians had a solution: they remounted the pipe cutter to allow its brace points to be tightened asymmetrically to effectively distort the pipe and bring it back into tolerance.
At EFS, the mechanical and plumbing took kit covers a wide range like a service pressure gun, gauge manifold, vaccum pump, brazing set, drill machine, plier-spanner set, pipe cutter, pipe bender and various other tools.
The Sharmas have a separate construction business and they made the priest muck in as a loader, painter, electrician and pipe cutter.
Christian was aged three when his dad, Kenny made a small golf club using a pipe cutter, fitted a new grip and showed his son how to hold it.
from each side of the leaky valve, using a pipe cutter or a hacksaw.
Instead, just shut off the water supply valve, cut the copper pipes with an inexpensive pipe cutter so at least several inches of copper pipe extend from the floor or wall, then lift out the old faucet.
Introducing RCM8 pipe cutter with two knife blades on a rotating cutting head.
The system consists of pipe sections that are cut to required plan lengths with either a manual pipe cutter, a powered pipe cutter or by using a band or chop saw.
Sierra at Tahoe bought a new pipe cutter machine capable of building a half pipe twice the size of conventional half pipes.