KAN-therm: Work smarter, not harder! KAN-therm Mini Press tool
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Work smarter, not harder! KAN-therm Mini Press tool

Houses, apartments, utility facilities and industrial plants - all these places have a common denominator. One of the most important elements, which affect the final comfort of their use, are water supply and heating installations.

That is why, it is so important to install them properly. Does it have to be a complicated task? Definitely not. There is a new press tool in KAN-therm’s portfolio.

How will it help professionals?

Mini tool, maxi benefits

KAN-therm Mini is a battery powered tool, which makes it possible to perform radial press connections. What is its key feature? Undoubtedly the functionality with a capital F. The tool is equipped with press jaws in two profile variants - "M" and "U". It enables installation of KAN-therm Copper, Steel, Inox and Press systems in diameter range from 12 to 32 mm. But that's not all! This small multitasker is equipped with a 350o rotating head and automatically activated LED light. Thanks to that, KAN-therm Mini is perfect for making connections in hard to reach or dark places on the construction site. We fear no circumstances!

Like a bottle of water

Convenience of using the press tool is also influenced by the fact, that it is very compact and lightweight device. Its dimensions are 366x64x96 mm and the weight including battery is only 1.6 kg - not much more than a 1.5 litre bottle of water. This makes it easy to operate with one hand. The big advantage of KAN-therm Mini is also the battery charging time which is only 40 minutes. Dedicated LED diodes placed in its case will inform about the battery charge level as well as the status of the device or the necessity of periodic inspection.

The set includes a plastic carrying case, 230V charger, 10.8V Li-lon 1.5 Ah battery and a set of press jaws.

It would be a mistake to think that the industry is standing still and solutions that worked well a few years ago are fully compliant with current norms and standards. The tools of tomorrow? We already have them today!