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Karry Flare Portable flaring device for Triple-Lok®


The KarryFlare is a portable device for easy and workmanlike 37° tube flaring. It allows the flaring of even large dimension steel and stainless steel hydraulic tube at assembly sites where Parflange® technology is not available. The KarryFlare consists of a hydraulic flaring unit and a hand pump. The hydraulic assembly pressure can be read on a gauge which is ergonomically located. The KarryFlare is ideal for tube flaring of small quantities and on-site tube installation. It is practical, simple to operate, reliable and easy to transport. The KarryFlare comes as one unit with all components firmly attached to a practical carrying frame.

Technical Data

  • 37° flaring according to ISO 8434-2/SAE J514
  • For Triple-Lok® hydraulic connections
  • Tube outer diameter 6 to 38 mm/¼" to 1½" max. capacity (tube-OD x wall thickness) Steel and stainless steel tube: 38 x 4 mm/1½" x 0.120“
  • Weight: approx. 29 kg
  • Dimensions: approx. L 750 mm x W 360 mm x H 260 mm
  • For fitting assembly see Triple-Lok® assembly instructions


  • Flexible on-site tube flaring
  • Simple operation
  • KarryFlare is portable and does not require any power supply
  • Flaring quality is comparable to EOMAT
  • Saves time and effort compared to manual impact flaring
  • Safe and consistent result
  • All elements are ergonomically located
  • Robust, light metal transport box
  • Telescopic handle and wheels for convenient trolley transport
  • Uses "M15" flaring dies (EOMAT/1015)
  • Transport protection


  • Assembly of 37° fl are fittings in small quantities
  • On-site repair of agricultural vehicles and mobile construction equipment
  • Repair workshops and plant maintenance
  • Mobile repair service
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.0000
Manufacturer Parker Hannifin
Country of Manufacture Germany
View File KarryFlare - Operating Manual Size: (599.14 KB)

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