Bending tools

Our high quality bending tools will master any job – not just when bending pipes, but any other workpieces on which the bend needs to be just right.

In the category Bending tools we offer you products of the following brands: KS Tools.

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Bending tools: keeping you ahead of the curve!



Steer well clear of unreliable calculations and instead rely on precise bending tools from our product range. Boasting the accustomed professional quality, you’ll stay ahead of the curve and save yourself rework.



What does the range of bending tools include?



Our constantly growing range of products places a particular focus on achieving precise bends on pipes and similar components. We offer a large selection of pipe bending equipment that is practical to use on the construction site and in the workshop.



You can order compact single hand benders, mini products for the tool bag, and basic devices for ratchet bender sets. Depending on the task, you can add adapter units, fixing plates and bending moulds to them.



Do you need more power? Then use hydraulic pipe bending sets. You have the choice between different performance and equipment levels. Are you looking for a specific product? Then get in touch with us. We are happy to increase our range of hand tools to suit our customers’ needs.



How do I know which radius the bending tool has?



The radius of a bending tool is one of the decisive factors when selecting a product. This is why you will find this information placed prominently on every product page. The tools are also labelled to prevent any mistakes from occurring during use. If you cannot find the information you are looking for straight away, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.



You can rely on our customised sets or order individual bending forms with dimensions in metric or imperial units. We offer a wide range of radii. This means that customised overbends, connecting bends or counterbends won’t be a problem.



How do I know whether my bending tools are hardened or tempered?



What is known as the file test is the best way to do this. If the file engages, the bending tool is tempered. If it slips across the material, it is a hardened hand tool.



This practical tip also applies to other tool categories and is suitable for a general material assessment.



If you have any other questions, please contact our customer service by phone or e-mail.