• Publicado el 22 ago 2020

Comentarios • 213

  • Abhishek Mallik
    Abhishek Mallik Hace 2 años +4

    2:38 my bike handlebar end weights are fixed in a similar manner. Tightening the screw will cause the rubber, placed inside the handlebar, to expand and grip the handle bar.

  • Commercial Gas Engineer
    Commercial Gas Engineer Hace un año +6

    Being one who records whilst they work and edits in the twilight hours. I know the difficulties and how much effort goes into making these videos. Material like this is undervalued. Education has changed so much with ESclips. Society are gaining the equivalent of a ESclips plumbing degree. It's good when it's used for something positive like making individuals better engineers. Onsite experience is vital as well as real qualifications. Yet this media stream and experience passed on is helping nations strive to better engineering standards. It would have been a game changer if I had some of these videos when I initially qualified as a plumber 13 years ago. There was hardly anything like this to watch. It's great that the information is there for those that are thirsty to grow in their knowledge of the trade.

  • E De-Armond
    E De-Armond Hace 2 años +3

    Number 8 at the 10:20 mark, the tight-fit tube cutter by NERRAD TOOLS, is worth the price of admission. Your AMAZON link shows 4 sizes priced from $41 to $128.

  • LiL Kaz
    LiL Kaz Hace 4 meses

    When you put a compression fitting on do you need to flare the end.

  • Ronald Boerhout
    Ronald Boerhout Hace un año

    at #7 where did you get the torz from ? I like the flaming very handy for tight spaces

  • Lawrence Canney
    Lawrence Canney Hace 7 meses

    Regarding number 10, any good pipefitter would understand that the depth of the jaws on larger diameter pipe/fittings is what gets the job done. This doesn't seem to be demonstrated here. My advice is use narrow jaw non aluminium record stillsons & carry the correct size wrench for the job.
    Trust me a pipefitter 40 years in knows better than these salesmen/women...

  • Anthony Urban
    Anthony Urban Hace un año

    the work pro pliers is a great idea as long as the groove settings are robust enough to take the strain. thats the issue i see and have in the past

    • Sead Adili
      Sead Adili Hace un año

      I actually have them and they are great but definetly not heavy duty work there are vetter options around but for small stuff its great especially the smaller one perfect for few corners where its hard to work

  • Edson jose
    Edson jose Hace 2 años

    Onde encontrar essas ferramentas no Brasil ???

  • Eduardo Andrade
    Eduardo Andrade Hace un año

    En dónde se pude conseguir el cortador de tubo el que gira interior

  • Commercial Gas Engineer
    Commercial Gas Engineer Hace un año +3

    Merry Christmas all my fellow plumbers especially those working through the holiday season. Have a good one and stay safe.

  • miguel jimenez montoro
    miguel jimenez montoro Hace un año

    La prensa de tubo de cobre muy bien, pero la unión cobre hierro galvanizado fatal, hay que poner manguito electrolítico, par evitar la corrosión del hierro.

  • Alejandro Alvarez
    Alejandro Alvarez Hace un año +1

    No parece mala idea calentar el caño antes de expandir, si total luego se va soldar, nunca lo había pensado. Muchas gracias, saludos desde Uruguay!!

    • Jorge Petraglia
      Jorge Petraglia Hace 11 meses

      Alejandro Alvarez ; no tenes idea la alegria que me da ver a un paisano aprendiendo las nuevas tecnicas. Yo soy mas viejo que el agujero del mate y estoy jubilado, pero todavia disfruto de las novedades en plomeria. Un gran abrazo desde Toronto- Canada.

  • Jorge Petraglia
    Jorge Petraglia Hace 11 meses

    Amazing new tools in the market. Although they seem to make the plumbers job way easy, one has to have the knowledge and the skills of a real professional.
    Impressive tools , nevertheless.
    Greetings from Toronto.

    • Lawrence Canney
      Lawrence Canney Hace 7 meses

      I have used these new milwaulkee stillsons & i dont think you can beat the thin jaw non aluminium record wrenches, just bring the correct size of wrench for the job so you know the depth of the jaw will grip the fitting/pipe correctly.

    • Tenacious Trav
      Tenacious Trav Hace 9 meses

      What's wrong with making your job easier?

    • Syre Plays
      Syre Plays Hace 10 meses +1

      I mean, gone are the days of carpal tunnel with half of these which is never a bad thing.

  • BST Bali Tours & Car Rentals (Bali Golden Trips)

    A great way and technique...great job i love it

  • Николай Казаков

    2:35 теперь тоже самое с нормальным давлением и кипятком
    3:52 была труба на 20 поставили на 16

    • Орел Котовский
      Орел Котовский Hace un año

      Ага, а кристинку в хрущёвку в подвал лежаки крутить😂

  • kimchee94112
    kimchee94112 Hace un año

    Not a pro but I've been re-piping my properties for years including a small commercial building without any of those tools for copper pipes. Would have been nice if I knew about those tools but without it forces me to do it another way with what I have.

  • Alan Lucas
    Alan Lucas Hace un año

    Quite a few fires are caused by plumbers using flames to solder joints so alternative methods are very worthwhile. On historic buildings these are the only method now allowed after a few burnt down.

    DAVID THOMPSON Hace 2 años +5

    Why did you need a 3/4 coupling on the jet sweat bit?
    Why didn't you change that old valve on the 1/2 compressed lines?

    • The Nomenclature
      The Nomenclature Hace un año

      @sam mathias The Jet Sweat?

    • sam mathias
      sam mathias Hace un año

      Aye that tools nothing but a waste of money.

      DAVID THOMPSON Hace un año

      He's either not a plumber, or if he is he's lazy and not a professional!

    • Challenger SRT
      Challenger SRT Hace 2 años +4

      It’s to show it’s use dummy

  • Игорь Шевченко

    Круто... Удобный инструмент.. Удобно работать.

  • T Wolfe
    T Wolfe Hace 2 años +10

    been doing plumbing for years....don't need no jet swet....use pro press...use battery powered tube cutter...manuall crimping ring sucks...expander tool is cool but limited usage...there are better more acurrate tube benders....pipe wrenches are cool but they show a wrong way of using them

  • Derek McGowan
    Derek McGowan Hace un año

    As a non plumber, the tool near the end that bent 90 degrees... I'm like, wha..That works??
    Seems like it would flatten and crimp.
    Also not a materials scientist or a leverage-ologist

  • GrimmGhost
    GrimmGhost Hace un año

    On #2: How do you ream the pipe after you cut the line?

  • PBS #007
    PBS #007 Hace 2 años

    great video, thanks

  • Way San
    Way San Hace 2 años

    I have interest for the pipe cutter on the first video with jet asset. Is there Anyone know the name of the pipe cutter?

  • Anthony Guzman
    Anthony Guzman Hace 3 meses

    1st tool only works on copper tubing like for HVAC lines, no plumbing L or M.

  • michael landreville
    michael landreville Hace 2 años +4

    I have a couple of those tools already for years now

  • pijnto
    pijnto Hace 2 años +3

    The only thing that has not been available for 10 years is the cordless expander, ( which are useless) stillson's have been around for a hundred years you obviously don't get out much.

  • Scredly Smith
    Scredly Smith Hace 2 años

    Where can I purchase those tools

  • Nick The Plumber
    Nick The Plumber Hace un año

    Jet swets have saved my ass so many times before I got a pro press. Blew my mind the first time I saw it

    • Kuma Sachi
      Kuma Sachi Hace un año

      I made my own version of jet swets over thirty years ago.

  • Josh Fletcher
    Josh Fletcher Hace 2 años

    With the Jet swet just snatch the fitting. You already had a 22 / 3/4 nut and olive to use

    • MrBaza87
      MrBaza87 Hace 2 años +3

      The point was demonstrating it causes a water 💧 tight seal so you can solder or use a compression fitting 🔧

  • Eric Moreno
    Eric Moreno Hace un año +2

    I’m digging that torch head.That thing had like six micro burners!

    • Nasty Notch
      Nasty Notch Hace un año

      Someone stole it sadly.

    • Nasty Notch
      Nasty Notch Hace un año +1

      I came up with 1 that's shaped like a half moon. Just need to heat bottom and top. But was only designed for 2 inch. I took a normal b tank torch, took off the metal tube, had one made and bent, and laser drilled the holes. Worked great!! Could sweat 2inch brass ball valves in about minute and half

  • Mr coz
    Mr coz Hace 2 años +7

    There was a few items they showed here i could use,,,But buying them now after i retired would be kind of stupid

  • Zeus13
    Zeus13 Hace un año

    Could have just shut the zone valve ,good product .

  • Michael P
    Michael P Hace un año

    Nice to see the chap sleeving the through wall pipe, most don’t bother, does wind me up when I see a bare pipe , sometimes even cemented in without any form of sleeve , 😳 WTF!

  • Ruben Gonzalez Enriquez

    Cap'n Hook MTF-5 that's what's it called for the 360 torch 👍

  • Fred Seaborne
    Fred Seaborne Hace 2 años

    7:42 Nice of you folks to make a flat metal width-gauge to check my work, so that I can know whether my joint is "sercure" or not :P

  • Fuming Hsu
    Fuming Hsu Hace 2 años

    Where could l buy these tool ?who can give me the website link, very thks!

  • Luis Armando Lugo
    Luis Armando Lugo Hace 2 años

    Very smart!

  • Wendy Miles
    Wendy Miles Hace un año


  • Chrominance87
    Chrominance87 Hace 2 años +2

    To hell with the naysayers, I love that ratcheting tubing cutter.

  • Jakub Brzozowski
    Jakub Brzozowski Hace 2 años

    What with metal filings ?

  • Oscar Arellano
    Oscar Arellano Hace un año

    9:10 yo quiero saber donde encuentro ese tipo de antorcha? Si alguien me puede ayudar

  • Sakman Du
    Sakman Du Hace 2 años

    You can tell the DIY handymen in these comments. I have several of these tools. They save a ton of money and more importantly time.

  • Plumb Raider
    Plumb Raider Hace un año +1

    4:41, a press gun is nice and all, but that whole copper run could’ve been bend

    • Celestix
      Celestix Hace un año

      @Plumb Raider well, noone does it wasnt 100% true, i still see it done for air conditioning units (not sure if thats the proper english term) but everywhere else it has been replaced at least as far as i have seen in my company and work done by others.

    • Plumb Raider
      Plumb Raider Hace un año

      @Celestix maked me a little sad, I love bending my copper and steel.

    • Celestix
      Celestix Hace un año

      noone does that anymore at least here in central germany. havent seen a bend copper line since press fittings are a thing.

  • Tools Professional
    Tools Professional Hace 2 años +2


  • Louis P.
    Louis P. Hace un año +12

    Number 7? Screw the expander swage, WHERE CAN YOU GET THAT TORCH WITH A 360 degree flame????

  • Vladislav Bahrah
    Vladislav Bahrah Hace un año

    На 4.53 верхнее соединение сделано неправильно 🤦🏻‍♂️☝🏻.

  • Osian Meilyr
    Osian Meilyr Hace 2 años

    So why does a pipe cutter need a ratchet function?

  • Artoro Delagarza
    Artoro Delagarza Hace un año

    Who ever came with this idea is great but where do we buy it friend

  • Cây cảnh Chim
    Cây cảnh Chim Hace un año


  • Ronald Christ
    Ronald Christ Hace un año

    Hi a new subscriber in your ESclips channel I love to do plumber but I'm found in Africa 🌍

  • Arch Angel
    Arch Angel Hace un año +1

    I don’t think we’re allowed to use these joints in the U.K. that is, not according to building regs, due to their weakening the joint.

    • Lawrence Canney
      Lawrence Canney Hace 7 meses

      Thats correct, during the eighties swaging tools started to appear in plumbers toolkits but gas installation rules & regs made it illegal to thin the wall on a joint which put paid to that nonsense.

  • ItsKruulz
    ItsKruulz Hace 2 años +4

    i dont understand why you invent a tool that adds time onto labor when a coupling is 50 cents and plumbers charge $50-$100 and hour. 0.o

    • FERNANDO vega
      FERNANDO vega Hace 2 años +1

      That’s not a tool meant to be used by a plumber. It’s an HVAC tool. The purpose is so you only have one fail point instead of two potential leak points .

  • Mr. PNW
    Mr. PNW Hace 2 años +16

    I’m sorry, but after watching the entire video, the only tool that I was interested In was that circular torch heating device and it wasn't in the list.

    • Matti Olkinuora
      Matti Olkinuora Hace un año

      @Robert N
      Uniweld MTF-5

    • Robert N
      Robert N Hace 2 años

      Where do I find that torch head

    • Cameron 84572
      Cameron 84572 Hace 2 años

      I wasn’t the only one! 😂😂

  • Cris T
    Cris T Hace un año

    copper tube cutters are too small to cut any standard copper pipe. It won’t work. Found out the hard way

    • Cris T
      Cris T Hace 10 meses

      I am only familiar with the round snapped manual copper tube cutters. They’re too small diameter to fit around copper pipe; they jamb

    • SULLY 6012
      SULLY 6012 Hace 10 meses

      The ratchet ones? Damn

  • Dave xjs
    Dave xjs Hace 2 años

    Just Use A Expander No Drill

  • Luis Acevedo
    Luis Acevedo Hace un año

    copper pipes cost more than the tool

  • Mr Big
    Mr Big Hace 5 meses

    Why not just solder a valve onto that clean end of pipe you have there after you cut off the compression nut , why sweat on a coupler with a short piece of pipe then put another compression valve on ?

    TRỰC TIẾP TIN VUI Hace 2 años +2

    You guys did a great job, let's create together, see you all

  • Christopher boxall
    Christopher boxall Hace 2 años +8

    Been a plumber for nearly 40 years and didn't see anything in the video that made me think wow

    • Mark Sherrit
      Mark Sherrit Hace un año +1

      Especially the jet swet thing. Imagine fitting one of those on a main pressure pipe. You have to fully open the gate valve to fit it... then mop up for about an hour, then start working on the replacement. Fit the replacement then mop up again because the new valve also has to be fully open to remove the jet swet lol.

    • paul smith
      paul smith Hace 2 años


  • Віталій Суровикін

    У меня есть ключ читер от милуоки супер !!!!

  • Mark
    Mark Hace un año

    If you tried that jet swet tool with the water pressure you'd be having a very bad day.

    • Brian Rouse
      Brian Rouse Hace un año

      Water needs to be still turned off, or you're gonna flood the place and get a shower at the same time

  • Jim Enz
    Jim Enz Hace un año

    At last!!, they are calling "Water Pump Pliers" as what they are....People seem to call them adjustable pliers, or slip joint. A friend of mine who is 96 always called them water pump pliers and I asked him why...he said they were used on the cars in the twenties and thirties to take the water pumps apart to put new seals in them. Thats when things could be repaired at a lower cost. Not like today, when we replace the entire pump.

  • Henry Wight
    Henry Wight Hace un año +1

    Jet sweat. How do you ream the pipe with that unit in place?

    • Brian Rouse
      Brian Rouse Hace un año +1

      Do it before you put jet sweat in, even though he didn't do that, also it was a valve with unions already anyways didn't even need jet sweat

    • JM
      JM Hace un año

      That was my first thought exactly!

  • Marc St Amant
    Marc St Amant Hace 2 años +4

    Boy 600$ for the Jet Swet on Amazon.......I find this tool very useful...but too expensive I guess will keep using bread........

    • Karl M
      Karl M Hace 2 años

      I have one made by a company called Master (product’s called “plumber’s bread”), it’s only $100 and is a life saver if you’ve got a valve that won’t seat, and building shut downs aren’t an immediate option.

  • Jon jonsson
    Jon jonsson Hace 2 años +1

    Why even soldet when you can use a cut in coupling , that has been on the hudraulic side for 30 years, wont leak and is cheap

  • Jose Luis Moreno
    Jose Luis Moreno Hace 2 años

    español xf quiero un equipo asi

  • Jugal Sharma
    Jugal Sharma Hace 2 años +1


  • John Beckwith
    John Beckwith Hace 2 años +10

    I refuse to buy a metric copper tubing cutter.

    • Lawrence Canney
      Lawrence Canney Hace 7 meses

      Absolutely right. No use on imperial pipe..

    • 장옥식
      장옥식 Hace 2 años


    • Dall Tex
      Dall Tex Hace 2 años +5

      Plus it was a left handed version 🤣

    • Stuart Arnold
      Stuart Arnold Hace 2 años +2

      Whose cutter do you borrow?

  • Hvac Goat
    Hvac Goat Hace un año

    These tools have been around for many yrs

  • Anthony Urban
    Anthony Urban Hace un año

    never close your crimpers all the way for storage. ruins the crimpers.

  • EASY Stuff DIY
    EASY Stuff DIY Hace 2 años

    wow i want sam of them

  • EASY Stuff DIY
    EASY Stuff DIY Hace 2 años


  • Gil T
    Gil T Hace un año +1

    When you have over a hundred rentals in the city we switched everything to cvpc. So much easier and cheaper than copper
    And now our houses aren't being broken into and trashed by those low life's

  • Offroad
    Offroad Hace 2 años +3

    ESclips community gets amazed by the simplest shit I swear 😂

  • Innotec
    Innotec Hace un año

    Oops, it's amazing 🔧

  • Elyk
    Elyk Hace un año

    All this money and effort to use a swage tool..
    I’ll stick to a coupling

  • Jay Wood
    Jay Wood Hace 2 años +23

    Expensive & bulky expander tool to replace a $.15 coupling when you will solder anyway? Hmm...

    • Thomas holden
      Thomas holden Hace un año

      Swaging pipe thins the copper down, not a good idea anymore use a fitting

    • Sakman Du
      Sakman Du Hace 2 años

      Spoken like a true DIY handyman. I'm guessing you haven't had to braze 100 joints on a job before.

    • Tom
      Tom Hace 2 años +3

      Looks like it was soft copper, not rigid.

    • M S
      M S Hace 2 años +4

      And same can be done with the first tool that I am sure is short money but both tools give one less joint which is one less leak point potential

    • Brad Beining
      Brad Beining Hace 2 años +1


  • ppod450
    ppod450 Hace 2 años +3

    All these tools have been out for years.

  • jolo
    jolo Hace 2 años

    Not much use down south. We use cpvc

  • Kenny Bisset
    Kenny Bisset Hace un año

    Not much new here most of these tools have been on the market for years.

  • Andrev Vhelan
    Andrev Vhelan Hace un año

    Milwaukee wrench, why would you use it on plastic???good luck when you over tighten it

    WOODYSOOPY Hace un año

    Number 2 is a nice tool but is pain in the ass when the pressure is more then 50 psl

  • ED The last tribe
    ED The last tribe Hace un año

    That crimping tool 😂😂😂 , you can do whole job in compression fittings in no time , and if something goes wrong undo them again... all this shit waste of money...soldering and crimping all fittings stuck together, either way you going to cut in into pipe work.. I don’t mind pipe bending.

  • Felipe Eleazar Ortega Garcia

    Con un migajon de pan tambien se puede sin gastar tanto dinero
    "Sigueme para mas consejos"

  • Marcelino Ramos
    Marcelino Ramos Hace un año

    Thank you

  • indomitusEvehementis
    indomitusEvehementis Hace un año

    9:40 My new blunt lighter😃

  • Nasty Notch
    Nasty Notch Hace un año


  • Robert Taft
    Robert Taft Hace 2 años +5

    This is absolutely rediculous. I've been a plumber for 35 yrs. These people need to delete this crap and get in touch with a real plumber. Makes me sick watching this.

    • Arks
      Arks Hace un año

      I haven't been plumbing no where near as long as you but I agree.

  • Gurnsy 1er
    Gurnsy 1er Hace un año

    1st clip was making type B copper to type D 🤣🤣🤣 useless

  • Warrior Gamer
    Warrior Gamer Hace un año

    #2 why not just turn the water off

    VICTOR DEZ Hace un año

    Half of these products have been available by other name brands...

  • James Orr
    James Orr Hace 2 años +1

    Was a PLUMBING CONTRACTOR for 40 years did Repair and Service Work some of these Tools are worthless in the Real World Wouldn't Last 30 Days>>>Waste of Money!!

  • Marko Alex Zavala
    Marko Alex Zavala Hace 10 meses

    Sucks Menards does not carry number 8 anymore. Got to getit from Amazon UK

  • quartytypo
    quartytypo Hace un año

    My plumber is so expensive he won't make house calls.

  • Berky Merky
    Berky Merky Hace 4 meses

    Any services in Louisville ky please?

  • Klauskothaufen
    Klauskothaufen Hace un año

    What exactly is a NEED to see here? EVERYTHING in this list has been on the market for at the very least 5 years.
    The Romax for example was my Press between 2013 - 2018 but due to its length its unwieldy or even straight up too long for some use cases. If you buy one grab a pair of gelenkzugbacken (according to google translate articulated jaws) to go along with it they allow a bunch more ways to use this press.
    The bender or the waterpump pliers (Most Knippex have that quickadjust for well over 15 years) bring nothing new to the table either.
    Maybe im just spoiled but no. 2 wouldn't even be allowed in Germany due to the possible contamination of water flowing through the temporarily blocked part of the pipe (irrespective of wether or not this is a concern to anybody...)
    The Crimping tool? Just dont use them. AT ALL. They All suck so bad. i cant even count the number of times i've seen the result of them being blown apart by waterhammer.
    The expander nothing new here, also getting phased out due to durability concerns.

  • Jorge Gh
    Jorge Gh Hace 2 años +1

    The kit how much...I need ...

  • Dicky O
    Dicky O Hace un año +1

    1:35 lol that most be water pressure in south africa or something