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Model #
U702A
Item #
143116
SharkBite

Deburring/Depth Gauge

Deburring/Depth Gauge is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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$15.19
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Model #
U702A
Item #
143116

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Description
1/4", 1/2", 3/4" & 1" deburring tool and depth gauge all in one; u702a; sharkbite push-fit fittings for use with copper tubing cts, cpvc and pex with integral tube liner included; constructed of dzr brass, certified to 200 psi and 200 degrees f, design certified to asse 1061/nsf61 standards, meets upc, ipc and cupc requirements, fitting are listed with iapmo and are certified for use on potable and hydronic water distribution, certified for underground applications and as a manufactured joint without the need for access panels.
  • Lightning fast, won't let go.
  • Easy installation, fast disassembly if needed.
  • Use on wet or dry repairs.
  • No solder, clamps, unions or glue
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 143116
Weight 0.1000
UPC 00697285914629
Package Width 8.25
Package Length 5.0
Package Height 1.33
Model Number U702A
Brand SharkBite
Assembled Width 8.25
Assembled Length 5.0
Assembled Height 1.33
Manufacturer Name SHARKBITE/CASH ACME
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Overall Tool Length Is An Issue The length of this tool is a hinderance when working in tight quarters - when trying to deburr a pipe, there often isn't enough space to spin the tool 360 degrees. Individual size-specific deburr/gauge tools, perhaps resembling a wing-nut design, would take up a lot less space and be much more useful.
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Useful, but know it's limitations I was never a fan of "mechanical" seals behind walls until I helped my son-in-law rebuilding their bathroom. Still leary of hidden applications, but I made the jump and have used these when joining difference materials (as in old copper to CPVC). As a depth gage, very easy and useful. For deburring the OD - useful, although I think careful use of a small knife works fine also. I suspect those who report "chattering" or the like may have been using too much pressure. For deburring the ID - it was not intended for this purpose, which I find disappointing, given that the "seal" surface is the ID. I ensure a clean, burr-free ID by using a little emory cloth.
Date published: 2017-03-12
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