Model # TE-11CS2

Internet #204511370

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Pipe Grip Tape Measure Assistance

$297 /each
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Product Overview

The Tape-Ease Pipe Grip is an indispensable tool for measuring conduit, pipe, steel sleeves, and PVC up to 16 in. in diameter. It also works great on T-Post fencing, irrigation spray stakes and much more. The Pipe Grip measures accurately, and is simple to use.

  • Tape-Ease pipe grip fits all standard 1 in. tape measures and enables the user to measure and cut any kind of pipe by them
  • Tape-Ease pipe grip is the perfect assistant for landscapers, engineers, inspectors, electricians and plumbers, great for plumbers, electricians, landscapers, engineers, and do-it-yourselfers
  • Tape measure assistant grabs the lip of pipe, conduit, sleeves and PVC up to 16 in. in diameter
  • Accurate, easy to attach, simple to use, simple and easy to attach, just snap it on the blade, slide it up, and engage

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Hand Tool Type
Primary Use
Pipe Grip is an adaptor for use on a standard 1" measuring tape. To be used when measuring pipe.
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Free from manufacturer defects for 1 year.

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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the maximum pipe wall thickness it can hook over?

My company makes seamless tubing and its wall thickness is 7/16". We need to measure every tube before sawing. I would like to know if the Pipe Grip would work okay for this.
Asked by: MaxUT
The maximum pip this can hook over is 16".
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-29
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