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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by bobski, May 6, 2013.
im thinking plumbing to clean copper pipes for soldering? but why the washer on the end?
When soldering copper pipes together, the outer piece has a position that the inner piece stops at. The washer prohibits one from pushing the brush in too far allowing for only the soldered area to be cleaned.
That makes a lot of sense, and the flared portion is called a swage, or a pipe is swaged, I'm not sure of the proper grammer.
Looks like a battery cable brush and the other piece would fit over terminals on battery..?
im going with copper pipe (joint) cleaner.
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