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  • Use to remove burrs from cut metal and plastic pipe or tubing
  • 2 blades deburr aluminum, copper, PVC, brass and cast iron
  • Spring-loaded blade-release cap makes replacing blades easy
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About This Product

Husky's Deburring Tool removes burrs from metal or plastic pipe edges resulting from cutting, drilling, grinding or milling tasks. Boasting a lightweight design, this contoured, hex-handled tool creates smooth surfaces for any project. The blades are easy to replace using the push button blade release. Includes two types of blades: the black deburrs aluminum, copper and PVC pipes while the silver deburrs brass and cast iron pipes. Built to last and backed by the Husky lifetime warranty.

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Product Information

Internet # 304583908

Model # 80-531-111

Store SKU # 1003067552

Store SO SKU #1003014586

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 8.38 in, W 2.75 in, D 0.85 in

Dimensions

Compatible Pipe Size (in.)

No Compatible Pipe Size

Maximum Pipe or Tube Diameter (in.)

0

Product Depth (in.)

0.85 in

Product Height (in.)

8.38 in

Product Width (in.)

2.75 in

Details

Compatible Pipe Material

Copper

Pack Size

1

Power Type

Manual

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Husky Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

6Questions
caret
Q:Will it work on 3/16 brake line? Will it work on tube that small. Thank you.
by|Sep 9, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  Yes, the Husky Deburring Tool is designed to work on various tubing sizes, including 3/16 brake lines. It is equipped to handle tubing of that small diameter effectively. This tool is versatile and can be used for deburring and smoothing edges on different types of pipes and tubes, making it a suitable choice for your specific application.

by|Mar 26, 2024
    2 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:Can you tighten the blade where it doesn't rotate, need to use to clean up resin dominos. Thanks
    by|Jun 10, 2023
    2 Answers
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    A:  No, but maybe you could epoxy it in place. 

    by|Jun 11, 2023

      A:  I apologize for any confusion, but the Husky Deburring Tool does not typically have a blade that can be tightened to prevent rotation. The purpose of a deburring tool is to remove burrs or sharp edges from materials such as metal or plastic. It usually consists of a handle with a removable and replaceable blade. To clean up resin dominos or any other similar task, you may want to consider using a different tool specifically designed for that purpose. For resin clean-up, you could try using a scraper or a putty knife. These tools are generally sturdier and more suitable for removing hardened resin or other tough materials. However, if you are determined to use the Husky Deburring Tool for this task, you may need to find a way to secure the blade in place manually. This could involve tightening the screws or mechanism that holds the blade in position, or using additional tools like pliers or wrenches to prevent the blade from rotating. However, it's important to note that modifying the tool in this manner may void any warranties and could potentially compromise its functionality or safety. It's always recommended to use tools for their intended purposes to ensure safety and efficiency.

      by|Jun 12, 2023
        caret
        Q:Will it fit to deburr a 3/32" hole?
        by|Dec 4, 2021
        2 Answers
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        A:  It's used to remove burrs from cut metal and plastic pipe or tubing. No specified size for the pipes.

        by|Nov 3, 2022
          1 found this answer helpful

          A:  No, this will not fit a 3/32" (2.38mm) inside diameter hole. The width of the blade is 3 mm. It is curved, so blade width including curve is 4-5mm. You should get a Dremel and deburring bits that will do the job.

          by|Nov 3, 2022
            caret
            Q:how do you change blade ?
            by|Jul 18, 2020
            4 Answers
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            A:  With one hand, you decompress or ?pull? the red springy tip toward you, and with the other hand, pull the existing blade out with a little force, wiggle it if you need to.

            by|Dec 31, 2022

              A:  Push spring tip release and locks when released.

              by|Nov 3, 2022
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  Mine came with 2 blades unscrew flat back side and change blades by pushing the tip away from the stem of the tool it should come out

              by|Nov 3, 2022
                1 found this answer helpful

                A:  you push down on the red plastic ring near the blade, and then pull the blade out. you do the same thing to insert the new blade.

                by|Dec 31, 2022
                3 found this answer helpful
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                Customer Reviews

                4.5 out of 5

                • 4.5 out of 258 reviews
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                I needed this deburring tool to ensure that some ABS pipe I was installing did not have any burrs...
                I needed this deburring tool to ensure that some ABS pipe I was installing did not have any burrs and sealed up properly. This tool takes a little getting used to. As a novice, I have never used one of these before but I felt like this was a tool I would need. The blade can freely rotate so finding the correct angle and pressure is key to getting the tool to debur the pipe. It also comes with an extra blade which can be held in the other end of the tool. Overall, this is a handy tool to have if you have cut pipe that needs to be deburred.
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                Works as it should for the cost
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                Good to use it than a portable knife.
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                This Husky deburring is a good tool. It feels good in the hand and works just like Youtubers say. I bought it to scrape edges on my 3D prints (PLA) and I need more practice - I am used to a normal knife blade though it works well on the steel and aluminum scraps I had laying around. ...... I would recommend this tool if you think it is what you need.
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                Broke in a couple weeks.
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                Response from THD-CSOApr 16, 2024
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                It is a rare opportunity to have someone like Richard, I’ve had several instances where Richard helped me find what I wanted in the store, amazing guy, reflects the value of helping a customer. Home Depot should hire and train more folks like Richard.
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