Ridgid No. 206 Cutter For Cast Iron No-Hub® Soil Pipe

Lighter weight and closer spacing of cutter wheels gives radial cut on lighter wall pipe. Cuts 1-1/2"-6" No-Hub. Operation is identical to No. 246 Cutter.

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Ridgid No. 226 Soil Pipe Cutter

Compact, lightweight tool designed to cut soil pipe in tight quarters. Only 17" long, the Model 226 is perfect for cutting cast iron, concrete, and clay pipe where space is limited. Perfectly suited for overhead and against-the-wall applications. Easy to operate with rotating hooks allowing for fast, safe, and easy latching. Exclusive multiple action feedscrew can be actuated with the standard 1/2" female ratchet, a 1/2" hex wrench or any adjustable wrench. Ratchet included. Expand the capacity of the Model 226 by purchasing a Chain Extension Assembly. Weighs 18 lbs.

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Ridgid No. 246 Soil Pipe Cutter

High mechanical advantage gives this cutter plenty of power to cut all 1-1/2" thru 6" clay, cast iron, asbestos, cement pipe and through Class 22 4" water main. Since ratchet action parallels pipe, pipe becomes second lever and helper as well. Hand guard protects operator’s knuckles at time of cut. Made of all alloy, heat-treated steel, all parts are plated or painted. Will not corrode. Threaded parts are sealed to keep dirt and moisture out.

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Ridgid 238-P Powered Soil Pipe Cutter

Model 238-P Powered Soil Pipe Cutter cuts cast iron pipe quickly and easily in tight spaces. Cuts 8" diameter soil pipe when used with an impact driver (minimum 200 ft-lbs) or 4" manually. The 11.5" length, removable handle, low profile cutter wheels and compact design fits into tight places in both overhead and below grade applications.  At 13.5 pounds mounting the tool in difficult places is easy. Articulating outward facing chain hooks lay on the pipe to simplify latching.  Two directional operation allows scoring of the pipe for a clean cut.

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Ridgid No. 286 Soil Pipe Cutter

Quickly make repeated cuts with a single stroke on soil pipe of 1-1/2” – 6”.   Articulating outward facing hooks simplifies connecting the pipe.  Adjusting knob for quickly adjusting the handles to the optimal cutting angle.  Set the cutter once for repeated cut.

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Ridgid Power Pipe Cutters

Produces clean, square cuts quickly and easily with no abrasive dust, sparks or open flame. A powerful 10 ton hydraulic cylinder, quick-coupled with a two-speed foot switch applies  downward pressure to the pipe, while a large cutting wheel powered by a Ridgid 700 Power Drive rotates and produces the cut. Cuts Sch. 10 steel pipe, Sch. 40 steel pipe, galvanized pipe and rigid conduit. Two models available. Standard equipment includes cutter with hydraulic ram, two speed foot pump and hose, two pipe supports, general purpose cutter wheel and adapter for the 700 Power Drive. Can also be purchased complete with 700 Power Drive. Optional transport cart fits both models

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Ridgid B-500 Transportable Pipe Beveler

The B-500 Transportable Pipe Beveler produces high quality bevels in 45 seconds* without flames or sparks. (*Timed on a 10” Schedule 40 Pipe Speed). The compact design quickly mounts to pipe 4” and up with a maximum wall thickness of 1/2”, and creates consistent bevels in a single pass. Set-up and bevel 10" diameter schedule 40 pipe in 45 seconds and the pipe is cool to touch immediately following bevelling. Accurate bevel angle around diameter of the pipe allows for optimal number of cover passes.  Adjustable land width from 0" to 3/16" to fit welders’ requirements. Produces a machined finish due to 6 replaceable cutter inserts working simultaneously. Fast to set-up and operate. Patent-pending clamp system firmly secures tool to the pipe.

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Exact Pipe Bevel 220E

With Exact’s Pipe Bevel 220E you can easily make fast and accurate welding bevels to pipes in a variety of materials. The user interface of the machine is similar to Exact pipe saws, which makes it easy for the operator to adapt after cutting the pipe with any Exact pipe saw. The cutting head of the beveller has three cutting tips, each of them having four cutting edges to rotate once becoming blunt, so it is economical to use. The cutting heads are available in most commonly used bevel angles (30°, 37.5° and 45°). It is also possible to make different ‘tailored’ bevel angles if required. There is also a stopper feature that enables the operator to make similar additional bevels to the same pipe O/D.

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