1-5/8“ O.D. Large -Diameter Tubing Cutter (Model ST-1500)

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1-5/8“ O.D.  Large -Diameter Tubing Cutter (Model ST-1500)
1-5/8“ O.D.  Large -Diameter Tubing Cutter (Model ST-1500)
  • Rugged design for commercial and industrial use
  • Creates clean cuts on copper, aluminum and brass
  • Pipe capacity: 1/8" to 1-5/8"
  • Blade reamer attached to the tool
  • Corrosion-resistant, durable epoxy powder-coated finish
  • Heat-treated SXT™ alloy steel cutting wheel
  • Replacement SXT cutter wheel (Part 42835) available, sold separately
  • Proudly made in the USA

Product Overview

Superior Tool's® 1-5/8" O.D. Large-Diameter Tubing Cutter (Model ST-1500) is our heavy-duty mid-sized cutter specifically designed to make clean cuts on a variety of tubing materials. Its large, knurled knob helps to ensure a good grip while quick the cutter open or closed. The heat-treated proprietary SXT™ alloy steel cutter wheel cuts smoothly and is easily replaced. With its corrosion-resistant epoxy powder-coated finish, this traditional tubing cutter is built to tackle the toughest jobs. Replacement wheel available .
More Information
Application Copper, Aluminum, Brass
Country of Origin US
Replacement Parts Avail. Yes
Replacement Wheel No. 42835
Tubing Tool Type Tubing Cutters
Warranty Limited Lifetime
UPC 017197352386
Unit of Measure EA
Product Height (in) 8.5
Product Length (in) 4
Product Width (in) 1.5
Product Weight (lbs) 0.97
Master Pack GTIN 10017197352383
Master Case Pack Qty 9
Master Pack Height (in) 8
Master Pack Length (in) 20
Master Pack Width (in) 5
Master Pack Weight (lbs) 9.3
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