High-quality tool for deburring small-diameter hydraulic tubing. Hardened steel chamfer cutters deburr the tubing's inside and outside diameters simultaneously. Convenient handle allows fast, safe deburring.
To deburr, simply insert the tip of the I.D. cutter into tubing end, then twist the handle clockwise until all burrs are removed.
Tubing pieces should be prepared for installation by following these steps:
1) Cut tubing to length with a Tubing Cutter, CLR-100-TL, or hacksaw.
2) File or sand tube end square.
3) Deburr both O.D. and I.D., preferably with a Deburring Tool, CLR-200-TL.
4) Clean with solvent to remove chips, dirt, and rust-preventative coating.
5) Blow clean with a shop air line.
6) If using 37°-flare fittings, flare tubing with a Flaring Tool, CLR-300-TL. Note: a Tube End fitting, consisting of a nut and sleeve, must be placed on each tube end before flaring is completed.
7) Bend as required, preferably with a Tubing Bender, CLR-400-TL.