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Benders for Sale (21)

United Rentals understands the importance of providing cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality, which is why we offer a wide range of used pipe benders for sale. Our inventory includes a variety of options, from hydraulic pipe benders to manual benders, ensuring there's a perfect fit for your specific needs.

For our full list of pipe benders for sale, view the items below. For more information about pipe benders, visit our resource section.


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FAQs About Benders

United Rentals knows that sometimes things need to be shaped and molded, which is why we offer a variety of used pipe benders for sale. Navigate the construction or restoration of your piping and plumbing systems with ease by using our commercial benders to help you meet your task requirements. With brands like Greenlee and Gardner Bender, you’re sure to get a high-quality piece of equipment that guarantees optimal output. Our benders can reform cables, tubes or conduit with minimal effort. Bend copper or aluminum without a second thought, as these high-powered tools simplify the role of the operator, leveraging heavy-duty construction to yield maximum efficiency. When you have a job that requires pipe bending, you can trust United Rentals to help you meet the mark. Additionally, to keep your owned equipment in tip-top shape, check out our Customer Equipment Solutions to help safeguard your investment.

Learn more about pipe benders in our FAQ section below.

What is a pipe bender used for?

A pipe bender is used to bend pipes, usually for plumbing and electrical projects. Pipe bending allows workers to bypass physical obstacles obstructing the piping pathways while avoiding the extra work and hassle of creating new fittings.

Can you bend galvanized pipe?

Yes, you can bend galvanized pipe. Before bending, it’s necessary to ensure that you have learned to use power tools and equipment accurately and safely to avoid injury to yourself and damage to the piping.

How do you bend copper without kinking it?

The best way to bend copper without kinking is to use a dense particulate material (e.g., sand or salt) to fill the piping while bending. Doing so will allow for bending while maintaining the original cylindrical shape of the tubing.