The high-temperature, leakage-free flaring method, designed from the ground up for HVAC systems.

The Flaring SPIN Tool is designed for the most common tubing diameters in HVAC. The high-temperature method preserves the copper’s/aluminum’s malleability while performing the flare, preventing cracks and leaks. The Flaring SPIN tools were developed and are recommended for soft copper.

The SPIN Flaring Tools make flares with the ideal dimensions for a perfect packing, due a wider area of contact between the flare surface and the valve/tube accessory.

To top that, you can make flares with the SPIN Flaring Tools in just 5 seconds!

To perform the flaring in copper/aluminum tubing, simply attach the corresponding SPIN Tool size to a drill*. Because they perform their job using high-temperature and friction, no clamping tools or holders are necessary.

Flares made with the SPIN Tools are compatible with high-pressure refrigerants such as R410a.

SPIN is the new evolution for HVAC flaring tools.


1/4" - 3/8" - 1/2" - 5/8"


BASIC SET: 4 pieces is all what you need if your daily work mainly deals with mini splits lines. This economic set gets exactly what you want: from 1/4" up to 5/8".


1/4" - 3/8" - 1/2" - 5/8" - 3/4"

This 5-pieces SPIN FLARING TOOLS set will easily cover your base in the most cases, and is meant for making flares on 1/4” up to 3/4” copper tubes.

Flaring SPIN:

Create perfect flares for leak-tight fits.

Its design delivers flares that will sit flush perfectly against the valve and the flare nut, with more area of contact for a leak-tight packing.
The resulting joint is compatible with mini split lines and high-pressure systems using R410a, for instance.


1/4" - 3/8" - 1/2" - 5/8" - 3/4" - 7/8"


COMPLETE SET: 6-pieces set with the 4 most common HVAC tubing diameters, plus 2 "medium-duty" pieces for larger tubes found in the field.

F6000 Flaring Set

*Minimum Requirements

The Flaring SPIN Tools are designed for copper tubing sizes of ¼ ”, ⅜” and ½” with wall thickness up to 0.8mm; & 1.0mm for a tubing diameter of ⅝”. Using the Flaring Spin Tools on ANY other diameter than the recommended might cause undesirable deformation and assembling issues. Check User’s Manual for more details.

All SPIN Tools are designed to work with drills and/or screwdrivers, with a minimum of 1,800 RPM and 500 watts, for corded drills, or superior and 1,800RPM and 18V, or superior, for cordless drills. Using the SPIN Tools with a less powerful equipment tool than suggested, may result decreased and low-quality performances.

HOW TOThe 5-Second Flare: An Illustrated Guide Featuring How Effortless It Is To Use The SPIN Tools

Check for further information in the complete User's Manual or watch live How To Videos.


FASTEN the Flaring SPIN Tool into the drill’s chuck. Ensure it’s on tight. FIRMLY hold the tube at all times. Use your other hand if needed. Important: Use rotary mode only. Hammer/impact mode will damage the tube.


Keep the drill at MAXIMUM SPEED, at all times. ALIGN the tube and drill. INSERT the Flaring SPIN. Maintain a CONSTANT PRESSURE through the process until the tool stopper has met with the tube.

... AND OUT!

Keep the tube and drill ALIGNED. Keep the drill at MAXIMUM SPEED. PULL OUT the Flaring SPIN from the tube. REMEMBER: this flaring process is an “in-and-out” sequel that is approximately 5 to 7 seconds.


Don’t touch the flare until the tube has cooled off. FINAL RESULTS is a ~35 degree, malleable, flare; capable of welding to any flared angle ranging 37 to 45 degrees.


Assemble the nut to the valve using a wrench for the coupling. As you do this, the nut and the valve shape the flared tube to its final position.