A: No, Copper pipe and EMT conduit are different sizes and wall thicknesses
A: The Klein Tools model # 85091 Conduit Reamer is not designed for use with copper pipe.
A: Copper pipe is required to be deburred, thus requires a deburring tool. Reamers are used for reaming aluminum alloyed and steel conduit.
A: A deburring tool, as i see it, has a handle and a sharpened off set shaft that spins and deburrs as you move it with a ?cranking? action, this is a reamer because of its ruffly conical shape and more rotational movement.
A: I call it a deburring tool
A: Quickly reams/deburrs conduit. Square drive bit useful for tightening fittings
A: It deburrs both the inside and outside at the same time.
A: Reaming is a process for removing the sharp edges on electrical conduit. Deburring is a process for removing the sharp edges on copper pipe.
A: The Klein Tools model # 85091 is a Conduit Reaming Drill Head with a # 2 Square Recess Bit.
A: Only EMT.
A: I use mine with EMT.
A: Only EMT conduit.
A: Is make only for metal tubing Copper,emt, etc
A: Article 358 EMT only. The cutter profile is designed to fit in the wall thickness of EMT.
A: No, the blades on this reamer are designed to fit thin wall conduit.
A: EMT only
A: no. the blade is designed for EMT.
A: The dimensions of the cutter fit the wall thickness of EMT, RMC or IMC is much thicker.