Chain Pipe Wrench(6pcs)

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A chain pipe wrench is a type of adjustable wrench designed for gripping and turning pipes or cylindrical objects with a round surface. It consists of a handle with an attached chain and a set of interlocking jaws. The chain is looped around the pipe, and as the handle is turned, the jaws tighten around the pipe, providing a secure grip. This design allows the chain pipe wrench to handle pipes of varying sizes and provides a strong, non-slip grip for turning or loosening pipes and fittings.

1. Drop forged from carbon steel #45
2. Jaws induction hardened
3. Strong I-beam handle
4. Packed by blister card


Chain Pipe Wrench uses

  1. Pipe Installation and Removal:
    • Tightening and loosening pipes and fittings during installation or removal.
    • Providing a strong grip on pipes with smooth surfaces for threading or unthreading.
  2. Plumbing Repairs:
    • Repairing or replacing sections of pipes by securely gripping and turning them.
    • Loosening stubborn or rusted pipe connections.
  3. Oil and Gas Industry:
    • Used for maintenance and repair of pipes and fittings in the oil and gas industry.
    • Handling pipes in various sizes and materials commonly found in this industry.
  4. Construction Work:
    • Assisting in the assembly or disassembly of scaffolding where pipes are used as structural elements.
    • Turning and securing pipes in construction applications.
  5. Mechanical Work:
    • Assisting in maintenance and repairs of machinery where pipes and fittings are involved.
    • Tightening or loosening nuts and bolts on pipe flanges.
  6. Water and Sewer Systems:
    • Working on water and sewer lines, tightening or loosening connections.
    • Repairing or replacing sections of pipes in municipal plumbing systems.
  7. Industrial Maintenance:
    • Use in various industrial settings for maintenance tasks involving pipes.
    • Handling different pipe sizes and materials commonly found in industrial environments.
  8. HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) Systems:
    • Assisting in the installation and maintenance of pipes and fittings in HVAC systems.
    • Turning pipes during the assembly or disassembly of heating and cooling components.
  9. Shipbuilding and Maritime Applications:
    • Use in shipyards for the installation and maintenance of pipes on ships.
    • Handling pipes and fittings in maritime applications.
  10. General Plumbing Tasks:
    • Everyday plumbing tasks, such as installing or replacing sink pipes, showerheads, or other plumbing fixtures.
    • Working on household water supply or drainage systems.
SKU: AHS88456 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris or splashing liquids.
    • Consider wearing work gloves to protect your hands from sharp edges or hot surfaces.
  2. Inspect the Tool:
    • Before use, inspect the chain pipe wrench for any damage, such as cracks, bent parts, or worn jaws.
    • Ensure that the chain is in good condition without any signs of wear or weakness.
  3. Choose the Right Size:
    • Select a chain pipe wrench that is appropriate for the size of the pipe or fitting you are working on.
    • Using the correct size ensures a secure grip and reduces the risk of slippage.
  4. Position Yourself Properly:
    • Stand in a stable and balanced position while using the chain pipe wrench.
    • Keep your feet shoulder-width apart to maintain balance and stability.
  5. Secure the Workpiece:
    • Make sure the pipe or fitting is securely supported and won’t move unexpectedly during wrenching.
    • Avoid working on slippery or unstable surfaces.
  6. Apply Even Pressure:
    • Use controlled and even pressure when turning the handle of the chain pipe wrench.
    • Avoid excessive force, as it may lead to loss of control or damage to the tool.
  7. Avoid Overextension:
    • Do not overextend your reach or use extensions on the wrench handle.
    • Maintain a comfortable and ergonomic working posture to prevent strain or injury.
  8. Use Two Wrenches for Added Stability:
    • In situations where additional stability is needed, use two chain pipe wrenches, one to hold and stabilize the workpiece and the other to turn.
  9. Beware of Pinch Points:
    • Be cautious of pinch points on the wrench, especially when the chain is being tightened.
    • Keep hands and fingers away from moving parts.
  10. Work in Well-Lit Areas:
    • Ensure proper lighting in your work area to enhance visibility and reduce the risk of accidents.
  11. Know the Pipe Material:
    • Be aware of the material of the pipe you are working on, especially in industrial settings where hazardous materials may be present.
  12. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for the specific chain pipe wrench you are using.

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  2. Tinina

    Economical without sacrificing quality.


  3. Julius Nyamu

    Affordable option with top-notch durability.

    Julius Nyamu