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What is a hinged pipe vice?

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Hinged pipe vices (sometimes known as yoke pipe vices) hold pipes between a pair of v-shaped jaws: a fixed lower jaw and a moving upper jaw. Hinged pipe vices (sometimes known as yoke pipe vices) hold pipes between a pair of v-shaped jaws: a fixed lower jaw and a moving upper jaw.
The jaws, usually made out of hardened tool steel, firmly clamp a length of pipe in position so that it can be worked on. The jaws, usually made out of hardened tool steel, firmly clamp a length of pipe in position so that it can be worked on.
Most hinged pipe vices are reversible as they do not need to be facing a particular way or be in a specific position to be used. This means that they can be adapted for either right or left-handed use. Most hinged pipe vices are reversible as they do not need to be facing a particular way or be in a specific position to be used.This means that they can be adapted for either right or left-handed use.
Whereas chain pipe vices are more suited to holding very large sections of pipe, hinged pipe vices are able to support pipe of the smallest diameter effectively. Hinged vices with a larger capacity can hold pipes with diameters up to 150mm (6 inches). Whereas chain pipe vices are more suited to holding very large sections of pipe, hinged pipe vices are able to support pipe of the smallest diameter effectively.Hinged vices with a larger capacity can hold pipes with diameters up to 150mm (6 inches).
Most hinged pipe vices are intended for use in the workshop and are usually clamped to a bench. Most hinged pipe vices are intended for use in the workshop and are usually clamped to a bench.
Some vices, however, are portable and can be adapted for use with a tripod stand. Some vices, however, are portable and can be adapted for use with a tripod stand. The other option when it come to pipe vices are chain pipe vices. Read more at What is a chain pipe vice?