5-Blade Gutter Downspout Crimper


If you are looking for a tool that efficiently downsizes the corners of aluminum or steel downspout, then the Malco 5 Blade Gutter Crimper is the tool you are looking for. The blades produce 1-1/4 inch (31.75mm) long double crimps without causing deformation of downspout walls. A factory-like crimp ensures that the downspout walls stay square for a tight fitting, leak-proof connection. A handle closing stop helps to maintain a consistent crimp profile. Made with hardened all-steel construction and a nickel chrome finish, you can assure this tool will last a long time.

Added power and comfort is also achieved with RedLine Handle technology. The handle opening of the Gutter Crimper compliments the natural power stroke of any user’s hand and maximizes the powerful 7:1 mechanical advantage of compound-leverage head to handle linkage. Every handle is made with non-slip grip inserts, comfortable Handle grip contours, spring handle actuation, and a thumb-operated handle latch. All of these qualities ensure a natural fit and feel for comfortable one hand operation.

Features

  • Quickly downsize ends downspout to create a male connection.
  • Creates a tight fitting factory-like crimp.
  • Compound leverage produces 7 to 1 mechanical advantage.
  • Ergonomic Redline Handles won’t wear you down.

Specifications

Catalog #DescriptionThroat Depth in. (mm)Tool Length in. (mm)Net Weight oz. (g)
C4RGutter Downspout Crimper1-1/4 (31.8)9 (229)16 (454)

Capacities: in (mm)

Aluminum Copper Stainless Steel 26 Gauge Galvanized Steel 24 Gauge Mild Steel 24 Gauge
.035 (0.89) .023 (0.58) .018 (0.46) .028 (0.71) .024 (0.61)

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Testimonials

Jeffrey Boyle

A professional product no problem
A professional product, no complaints

Tony Tilzer

I use these to crimp downspout material.
I use these to crimp downspout material. They are okay as long as you don't crimp too hard. Too much pressure cuts the material instead of crimping it.

Mike

Very happy with them
Where have these been all my life? Very happy with them.