JEGS 110450 PTFE Hose Assembly Tool for -3 AN & -4 AN hose is a perfect device when assembling your hose and fittings. This unique tool separates the inner PTFE liner from the outer stainless steel braid, making the insertion of the olive much easier to install. We also offer JEGS part number 555-110452 for -6 AN & -8 AN hose that you can purchase separately. Both of these tools make an excellent addition to any toolbox.
Make PTFE Hose Connections with these Simple Tools
JEGS PTFE Hose Tools were developed to simplify the fitting assembly process. These specialty tools work with all PTFE braid hoses, reduces your assembly time, and lets you produce hose connections like a pro. We offer a large assortment of PTFE fittings and hoses to meet your needs. Click Here.
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