Mityvac fluid evacuator requires no power to create a vacuum and pressure to evacuate and disperse most automotive liquids and chemicals. Features an external pump design for easy access. The large capacity, 8.8 liter fluid reservoir has automatic flow control, preventing overfilling. It also has a pressure relief valve for safety.
Manufacturer: CTA Tools
Mityvac air operated evacuator provides a clean, fast and simple way to evacuate fluids. It features a base mounted Venturi adding stability during operation and the air and fluid-line shift off valves prevent the unit from overfilling during use.
Ideal for holding round and hex parts securely. V-shaped aluminum surface holds and helps protect round or hex parts. Specially designed ledge, supports flat parts while clamping. Strong nitrile magnets will attach to any steel vise jaws.
This vacuum pump/brake bleed kit allows for easier brake bleeding without the mess. This vacuum pump has a 24-in hose with a tapered hose adaptor. Adaptors are included for all vehicle brake systems and the kit comes with a 1-year warranty.
Mityvac brake bleeder features a swivel air inlet with a quick disconnect to keep the air hose from twisting, reducing the risk of overturning the unit during use. The automatic shutoff valve prevents overfilling of the fluid reservoir.
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Rubber jaw pads protect delicate parts from damage. Also works great for holding irregular shapes. Strong nitrile magnets attach to any steel vise jaw.
Disc brake pad installation is much easier when you're using this spreader, which fits between the new pads and expands to retract the piston. This leaves your hands free to slide the caliper over the rotor.