DEWALT recently announced its new DEWALT 20V MAX* Compact Press Tool (DCE210) and several new jaw and ring press attachments for plumbers, pipefitters and HVACR technicians. The new press tool provides broad press versatility in a compact design that allows for trouble-free pressing in small spaces.
“This new tool represents the next generation of pressing technology from DEWALT,” said Justin Burke, Product Manager, Stanley Black & Decker. “DEWALT is maximizing installation capabilities with a compact press platform so tradespeople can complete jobs with minimal tools at a level of quality and performance expected from professionals.”
In addition to the compact press tool itself – which boasts a compact one-handed design, press tracking software and TOOL CONNECT software – the attachments for pressing pipes larger than 1-1/4 in. expands the tool’s capabilities even further making it a valuable asset for the tradesperson.
Featuring a lightweight inline design, the press tool is ideal for work in overhead and one-handed press applications. Onboard design features include a 180-degree rotating head allowing for optimal pressing angles, an LED light, Crimp Connect software to generate data from successful press cycles, as well as TOOL CONNECT software to easily connect to your tool via the TOOL CONNECT platform.
The DCE210D2K kit will include 1/2 in. – 1-1/4 in. Compact CTS (copper tube size) jaws for connecting copper and stainless-steel CTS piping systems. In addition to the 20V MAX* Compact Press Tool and CTS jaws, DEWALT will offer additional press jaws, rings, and an actuator for IPS (iron pipe size) carbon steel pipe, larger CTS pipe and an ACR press system (sold separately).
Each ring and jaw is manufactured to achieve optimal distribution of force while maintaining a high level of durability throughout the life of the product. A gray galvanized coating finish helps prevent rust buildup and corrosion.
Look for more information regarding the DEWALT 20V MAX* Compact Press Tool this summer.
*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.