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How to use a pipe wrench?

How to use a pipe wrench?

When it comes to fixing the plumbing system, the most important aspect is about using the right tools in the right way. The pipe wrench is probably the biggest wrench in your toolbox and you should know how, when and what to use it on. Let's start with the basics of what is a pipe wrench and then get to tips on how to properly use it. 

What is a pipe wrench? 
This adjustable wrench is used for plumbing projects like the name suggests fixing pipes. They are used to grip and turn galvanized steel pipes, and black pipes. Just like a regular wrench, these have two serrated jaws that are used to tighten and dig into the pipe for grip. The top serrated jaw can be adjusted to the size of the pipe and it will only grip when the pipe wrench is turned in one direction. 

Tips on how to use a pipe wrench

Choose the right kind of wrench for your task. Determine the type of pipe that you'll need to tighten or loosen and then select the tool to fit the needs. 

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When to use a sewer camera for inspection?

When to use a sewer camera for inspection?

For a layman, it's hard to identify the underlying problems of our sewage system. If you have been noticing an odorous lack of liquid from your household drains or slow drainage issue or sometimes it could just be the pungent smells, it is time to proactively call a professional plumbing service provider. Only they will have all the necessary tools to help you inspect the issues and fix them where necessary. They are capable of providing you with accurate and detailed information about your sewer and diagnosing any issues. 

How to effectively do the sewer inspection? 
Most professional plumbing service providers have industrial-grade tools to ensure the sewer inspection is done accurately. RIDGID 13998 SeeSnake Plumbing Camera Snake is one of the highly efficient and effective tools used for inspection. As a renowned brand for unmatched durability, reliability and performance, this plumbing camera snake has a 325-foot reel and self-levelling colour video inspection

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How to thread a pipe?

How to thread a pipe?

Threading a steel pipe is not an easy task, but it can be if you are equipped with the right tools. Whether you are working on a home project or an industrial one, there are several tasks involving the assembly of threaded pipes. If you are browsing for the right tool to help you thread a steel pipe, you've come to the right page. We have compiled all the information that you need to know on how to thread a pipe using Ridgid 300 power drive. 

Threading a pipe, the right way

Step 1: Secure the pipe in place

At first, loosen the jaws of the vise to place the pipe. Once it has been placed, with the end you would like to thread sticking out, then tighten it up. Ensure the pipe is secured and tightened before you get started. The process is similar to how you would tighten a bolt or a nut. 

Step 2: Choose the correct die and place it in stock

The threads on the outside of the pipe are based on the diameter of the dies you choose. The diameter

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