HVAC Flaring Tool (FSPIN300) Will Save You TIME And MONEY!

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HVAC Flaring Tool (FSPIN300) Will Save You TIME And MONEY!

Today we take a look at the FSPIN300 Flaring Kit!

FSPIN300 Flaring Tool Drill Bit Set With 1/4’’ 3/8’’ 1/2’’ 5/8’’ 3/4″ Bits For Soft Copper & Aluminum Tubing Designed for the most common tubing diameter in HVAC, the Spin Tools preserve copper’s/aluminum’s malleability while doing the flaring, avoiding cracks and leakage.

Features: 5 Piece Set with the most common HVAC tubing diameters

Revolutionizing system for molding tubes using heat by friction

Way more surface of contact between the flare and the valve

Right flaring size, every single time Up to 10x faster than the conventional tools: flares in 5 seconds!

Preserves copper/aluminum malleability while doing the flaring, avoiding cracks and leakages

Drill Minimum Requirements : The SPIN tools are designed to work along with drills and/ or screwdrivers, with minimum of 1,800 RPM and 500 watts for corded drills, or superior and 1,800RPM and 18V, or superior, for cordless drills. Using the SPIN tools along with less powerful equipment may result in high decrease of performance. Tubing Wall Thickness The Flaring Spin tools are designed to work with copper tubing of 1/4’’, 3/8” and 1/2’’ with wall thickness of up to 0.8mm, and up to 1.0mm for the 5/8’’ tubing diameters.

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35 thoughts on “HVAC Flaring Tool (FSPIN300) Will Save You TIME And MONEY!

  1. That flaring block looks shit, good ones have a clutch in them so it slips when you have it tight enough so you know you have a perfect consistent flare every time.

  2. The Milwaukee 12v Impact Fuel has 4 modes and modes 2 and 3 have 2,400 RPM / 3,300 RPM so a 12v clearly works.

  3. Here is a old school tip. Place a nickel over the block then push the copper flash to the nickel then tighten the block down and you will have a perfect flare.

  4. As a plumber I use a ridgid flaring tool… it's super pricey tho… but I've never had an issue with it… hilmar makes a cool flaring tool

  5. Flare fittings are the first fittings to leak. I've cut out so many over the years and replaced them with braze fittings.

  6. Your demonstration with the old style flaring tool is a poor comparison. That tool is used for low pressure system's such as water lines, etc. The correct tool uses a wobble flare tip and has a pressure release stopper, to not thin out the flare.

  7. Has any of you guys have used this tool on fiel, like when flaring cooper for a vrf system? Is it really that good? I have my doubts.

  8. As an HVAC tech and from what Ive seen in the field. HVAC school is a waste of money. Just study on your own time for the EPA certification. Thats the only thing that matters when trying to get an HVAC job. Are you EPA certified? Can you pass a drug test? Are the only questions that really matter. Granted I live in Texas….but Ive had guys training for almost a year with me. Yeah we get guys from HVAC school. They can do a heat load calculation but cant wire a thermostat. Watch youtube lol. Figure out the difference between a piston and a txv. Learn how a txv works. When you charge by superheat…not much longer and when to charge by subcool. And OMG either wrap the lines with wet paper towel for disconnect the txv before welding. Ive told you a thousand times installers…lol Most new guys are put on easy tune ups anyways. Learn the rest in the field. If you have questions hmu. Anyways dont flare….use a couple. Especially if you are going from 22 to 410 on an old house. Use strong copper not weak stretched copper. If you are doing residential 3/8 3/4 7/8 is all youll in standard systems not mini splits. 1/2 if you have to replace a compressor. I put in my own minisplit are the worst lol

  9. They suck they dont hold pressure for crap the swagger is good flare sucks though…also dont you short pieces of pipe with out a clamp or you'll be going to urgent care like my dumb self

  10. This is cool I have been in hv/Ac commercial since the late 90’s . And this beats my old block !

  11. Question on the F-Spin ? It looks like there is a chase that with the drill not precisely lined up with the pipe that the pipe could flare it self at an angle. Where with the hand flaring vise, it is always on target and almost no room for a miss flared pipe. This is the first time I have seen the F-Spin and to looks like a great idea. My though is lock the pipe in a pipe vise and use a drill press with the F-Spin. My idea maybe a bit of an over kill,. But with a drill press it alienates the human factor of wobbling or angels. What say you Nick and the VCG ?

  12. You guys should try out there swaging kit. It works exactly the same way imo you need a coupling more than you do a flare

  13. these came out 2 years ago..i saw a demo in the supply house…the salesman was not using a vise…just his hands…he said it was designed to use with one hand holding copper and one on the drill…in the field its very rare you will have a vise to hold it down…you could use a flaring block for stability…this also comes in a swaging bits ….i never bought these bits…im old school and like to use my flaring block even though i dont like flare connections…i prefer sweat connections…i have the hilmor quick engage flare & swage tool kit….thanks for showing us Nick 👍

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