Clamping and screwing tools
-adjustable wrenches for tightening the connecting nuts
-ratchet keys for effortless clamping
-set of flat and cruciform screwdrivers
-plumber socket for tightening flexible hoses
-hacksaw for cutting thin copper pipes
-pipe cutter for cutting PVC pipes, PER, etc.
-deburring apparatus for cutting large diameter nonmetallic tubes of 6 and 42 mm
-cutting pliers for all cuts that do not require very high precision.
The following tools are essential for tightening rings and nuts used to connect a pipe to a water inlet/outlet:
Tools to measure
-bubble level to check horizontality and verticality
-double folding meter
-bold pencil to mark the location of the holes to be drilled
-test pump which makes it possible to measure in a bar the water tightness of the water installations
-gauge to measure the pressure in a pipe for example.
Tools to uncork
-the pump unblocker when the suction cup proves ineffective
-the ferret to unclog inaccessible plugs
Tools to seal
-silicone putty gun for sealing joints
-teflon tape to seal threaded installations
-Rubber seal to seal connections between pipes and water inlet/outlet