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If you need to connect steel or copper tubes together, you can do it by soldering, welding or
brazing, and sometimes it’s preferred or even required to do it mechanically. To create a
mechanical joint on tubes flaring is used. Flaring is a process to form the end of a tube to do a
liquid-tight or a gas-tight connection.
To make sure that the joint of tubes using fitting will be leak-tight, you have to flare tubing
properly using the proper tools and techniques. Firstly, you need to cut the tubing to the proper
length using the appropriate tool. the next thing is to slide the compression nut on the tubing.
Finally, make a flaring with the special tool kit.
Different sizes of tubes require
specific sets of equipment, but most
flaring kits are easy to find and
relatively inexpensive. To cut a tube
the special cutting tool is used. A
flaring tool kit usually consists of two
main pieces – a reamer and a flare
form. A flare form is some kind of a
clamp which has a number of holes
designed to work with tubing of
various diameter. It holds the pipe
firmly so you can flare the pipe with
minimum efforts The thing that makes
the actual flaring is reamer, which has
holding arms, a screw, and a conical
Double-lap best flaring tool HVAC
offers additional strength for tube
ends, that are subjected to more
fatigue and stress. The inside surface of the flare is designed with a larger diameter, that does not
interfere with system’s flow characteristics. To meet the same specifications as the Single Flare,
Double-lap flaring can be formed in the same shapes.
Single flaring is the most used and the simplest process of flaring The single flare is available in
both 37 and 45 degrees. Rotary or spinning the flared end, and a ram forming are two available
ways to accomplish single flared tube end.