I purchased this Husky inside PVC pipe cutter to cut some 4" diameter PVC pipe at floor level. I ...
August 21, 2018
I purchased this Husky inside PVC pipe cutter to cut some 4" diameter PVC pipe at floor level. I recommend you practice on some scrap PVC pipe before actually trying to make your first cut. Using this cutter requires a super steady hand and takes a while to get used to using. I hooked it up to my hand drill and started running the drill at a slow speed and all that did was make the cutter jump around. My best cuts were done by running the drill at a high speed and not trying to force the cutter. I made several cuts into 4" PVC and its still very sharp. I recommend this cutter for cutting large diameter PVC pipe.
good clean cuts when you have limited access.
If you have any projects that have PVC, retrofit or plumbing in the title, it may well be worth t...
August 28, 2018
If you have any projects that have PVC, retrofit or plumbing in the title, it may well be worth the few bucks to buy one of these time-saving tools just to have in the tool box should the need ever arise. It works wonders in those hard to reach spots where a hacksaw or hand cutters just don't have enough room. Slap this tool in a drill and cut the pipe from the inside out. It is a solidly made tool and in my test runs it had no problems cutting through sch 40 pipe. My only issue was trying to make a perfect cut that was square but with just a little practice, I'm certain I will improve,
Great tool for final trim-out of sinks, showers and tubs and any other PVC drain connection. Will...
August 22, 2018
Great tool for final trim-out of sinks, showers and tubs and any other PVC drain connection. Will cut to a pipe depth of 2 to 3-inches. Cutter diameter allows for easy cuts through Schedule 40 (or less) PVC pipe. I found it best to cut entirely through the pipe at the starting point and then chase the cut around the pipe using the 1/2-inch diameter shaft held against the inside of the pipe as a guide. The end of the shaft has a standard 1/4-inch quick-connect hex configuration which can also be used with a chuck. The circular cutter blade is held in place with a screw which indicates that the cutter blade is replaceable but I have been unable to find blades on-line.
Tool can be inserted into pipe as small as 1-1/4-inch. The tool leaves a feather edge on the inside and outside of the pipe which needs to be scraped off before making a final connection.
works well in tight spaces, performs operations to would be impossible with, any other cutting tool
No Instructions, can not locate replacement cutter blades, leaves a feather edge on inside and outside of, pipe