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  1. CorgiDirect

    CorgiDirect Sponsor

    Squeeze Off Tool


    The Squeeze off tool fits over plastic pipe and squeezes it to prevent the flow of water for the duration of your repairs
    • Handy size, fits in users pocket.
    • Lower squeeze bar retained with C clip.
    • Economically priced.
    • Essential toolbox commodity for plumbers.
    • Weight 0.5 Kgs
    • Product Dimensions 150 x 65 x 25mm
    • Plain labelled Box

    Wind handle up until there is sufficient space between the two squeeze bars / rollers to accept the pipe size you are working on.

    Slide the lower squeeze bar /roller to one side (the lower squeeze bar/roller is retained by the ā€˜Cā€™ clip).

    Fit to pipe then slide lower squeeze bar / roller back into the lower hole on the tool.

    Wind handle down until the water flow has slowed sufficiently to enable pipe to be worked on.

    Once work has been completed, remove the tool completely for re-use. The pipe will re-form to its original shape in time.


    What pipe can I use this tool on?

    It is designed to use on MDPE pipe, on sizes from 20mm up to 32mm.

    Will it work on smaller size pipe?

    It is intended for the sizes above, any other size it is used on is at the operators risk.

    Will it work on Multilayer pipe?

    No, as the metal inner core will prevent pipe from reverting to its original shape.

    Is the tool re-usable?


  2. Jim Goodenough

    Jim Goodenough Plumber

    Bought one a few years ago - good bit of kit (son's house with incoming 25mm MDPE to 15mm copper and no external stopcock). I was upgrading internal mains to 22mm to at least 1st branch.
  3. thereisawizza

    thereisawizza Plumber GSR

    Water Boards have been using these for absolutely ages...
  4. SimonG

    SimonG Trusted Plumber

    I squeeze off one or two a day :)
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  5. Tim S

    Tim S Member

    These have been around for years...great on mdpe...don't try and use them on anything else plastic!
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