Full Line Product Catalog

Full Line Product Catalog
Full Line Product Catalog
Main Table of Contents – click here
About Ridge Tool – 0.2
Wrenches | 1.1 – 1.9
Warranty – 0.4
Alphabetical Index – 13.0
Pipe Vises & Supports | 2.1 – 2.5
Model Number Index – 13.2
Catalog Number Index – 13.7
Pipe/Tube Cutting & Preparation | 3.1 – 3.19
Terms & Conditions – 13.18
Threading | 4.1 – 4.33
New Products
Adjustable Wrenches
see page 1.7
Bolt Cutters
see page 7.12
Infrared Thermometer
see page 7.18
Manual PEX Crimp Tools
see page 10.10
NaviTrack Scout™ Locator
see page 11.9
Compact 100-B Pressing Tool
see page 10.4
Portable Tristand® Chain Vise
see page 2.2
K39AF with AUTOFEED®
see page 12.8
X-CEL™ Tubing Cutters
see page 3.14-3.15
Roll Grooving | 5.1 – 5.8
Drilling & Tapping | 6.1 – 6.6
General Purpose Hand Tools | 7.1 – 7.18
Bending & Forming | 8.1 – 8.7
Tube Repair & Joining | 9.1 – 9.4
Pressing | 10.1 – 10.10
Pipe Inspection & Locating | 11.1 – 11.13
Drain Cleaning | 12.1 – 12.43
Contents
About Ridge Tool – 0.2
Wrenches | 1.1 – 1.9
Warranty – 0.4
Alphabetical Index – 13.0
Pipe Vises & Supports | 2.1 – 2.5
Model Number Index – 13.2
Catalog Number Index – 13.8
Pipe/Tube Cutting & Preparation | 3.1 – 3.19
Terms & Conditions – 13.18
Threading | 4.1 – 4.33
New Products
Adjustable Wrenches
see page 1.7
Roll Grooving | 5.1 – 5.8
Drilling & Tapping | 6.1 – 6.6
Bolt Cutters
see page 7.12
Infrared Thermometer
see page 7.18
Manual PEX Crimp Tools
see page 10.10
NaviTrack Scout™ Locator
see page 11.9
General Purpose Hand Tools | 7.1 – 7.18
Bending & Forming | 8.1 – 8.7
Tube Repair & Joining | 9.1 – 9.4
Pressing | 10.1 – 10.10
Compact 100-B Pressing Tool
see page 10.4
Pipe Inspection & Locating | 11.1 – 11.13
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Portable Tristand Chain Vise
see page 2.2
Drain Cleaning | 12.1 – 12.43
K39AF with AUTOFEED®
see page 12.8
X-CEL™ Tubing Cutters
see page 3.14-3.15
0.0
1.2
1.4
1.5
1.6
2.2
3.2
4.3
4.8
2.2
3.4
4.13
1.6
1.7
2.3
2.4
3.7
4.16
2.4
3.8
4.18
1.7
1.9
2.4
3.10
4.22
3.13
4.23
5.3
2.5
3.14
4.24
5.5
4.25
5.6
4.28
5.7
5.8
6.5
6.2
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.5
7.6
7.8
7.9
8.2
7.10
8.4
8.5
10.4
11.4
12.4
12.8
12.10
12.14
12.24
8.6
9.3
9.4
10.10
10.7
10.6
11.6
12.20
8.5
9.2
9.2
7.16
7.12
11.8
12.26
11.9
11.10
12.30
12.40
0.1
Why do so many professionals choose RIDGID tools? The answer is
simple…trust. Millions of RIDGID tools go to work every day in plants, on
construction sites and in countless other harsh environments.
Your Success
is our Business
Since 1923, RIDGID has remained the symbol of
certainty to dedicated professionals of the expert
trades. We at the Ridge Tool Company take this
heritage seriously. This is why every tool that bears the
RIDGID brand is engineered to the same high standards
of quality, strength, and endurance as was that first
heavy-duty pipe wrench more than 80 years ago.
These tools operate in extremes of heat and cold, withstand dirt and mud,
and perform reliably day in and day out. RIDGID tools are known the world
over as industry-leading products that allow professionals like you to complete jobs more quickly and reliably.
Ever since the introduction of that revolutionary
product, our expectations have been to exceed those
of our customers through industry leading products and
support that provide:
One of the design parameters for developing RIDGID tools is efficient
operation. We engineer ease-of-use into every product. And, we include
innovative features to ensure that our tools and machines get jobs done as
quickly as possible without compromising quality.
• Confidence that RIDGID products will consistently
perform in the harsh demands of the professional’s
work site.
Developing and manufacturing innovative products to meet the everchanging demands of your job are a continuous process at Ridge Tool. Not
only do our evolving technologies help you solve today’s problems, they are
designed to address your future needs as well.
• Efficiency which results in faster work, more jobs,
and improved profits.
As a dependable partner for working professionals, we listen to your needs
and encourage your feedback. We then use that information to provide you
with the tools, equipment and support you’ve asked for.
• Industry Innovations to help our customers create
new services and income sources.
The intuitive nature of our products helps you reduce your labor costs. For
example, our line of pipe and drain locating equipment is designed for high
performance, yet simple operation. With RIDGID, you spend less time training your employees and more time driving your business.
The RIDGID brand is a promise to our customers which
we continue to honor every day. When selecting the
tools on which to stake your reputation, know that
professionals choose the market leader. The difference
is distinct. The difference is RIDGID.
Even though selling tools is our business, we help you rely on fewer tools
to get jobs done. Efficient operation means more jobs, higher revenues and
increased customer satisfaction. We are committed to introducing new
ways to help you grow your business and prosper.
Ridge Tool Company, a subsidary of
Emerson, is part of Emerson
Professional Tools™. Emerson (NYSE:
EMR) has more than 60 divisions that
operate approximately 245 manufacturing
locations worldwide with over 110,000
employees, and markets products in over
150 countries.
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Emerson Network Power™ – reliable
power, precision environmental and
connectivity solutions for today’s
telecommunications and data network
infrastructure.
Emerson Process Management™ – total
process industry intelligent field devices,
performance software and consulting
and engineering expertise.
Our People Make
the Difference
The talented, committed employees of Ridge Tool share the common vision
of making our company the best. Together, we strive for the best in quality,
product innovations, technical support and customer service.
Throughout the world, our local teams of RIDGID customer service personnel provide the friendly, knowledgeable support that you need to keep
working. This support helps you select, obtain and use the proper tools to
get jobs done right.
Our training centers are available to help you get maximum productivity and
service life from our products. We offer you custom, hands-on training by
expert instructors.
In addition, our international network of RIDGID distribution centers ensures
that you get the products you want, when and where you want them. These
centers feature the latest in supply chain logistic technologies so that our
product stocking levels meet your delivery demands.
Global Support
Global Locations
Local teams of customer service personnel around the world provide the
support our end users and distributors need to keep them working. Friendly,
knowledgeable and courteous support help them select, obtain and use the
right tools to get the job done right as quickly as possible.
They also choose us for our international network of factory and
independently owned, authorized service centers. Local support helps our
customers get the maximum service life from their tools and equipment.
To learn more about Ridge Tool and its industry leading products visit
www.ridgid.com or contact one of the numbers below.
Inside the United States:
• Schedule a Product Demonstration: 1.800.769.7743
• Contact Customer Service: 1.888.743.4333
• Contact Technical Service: 1.800.519.3456
Outside the United States:
• Contact: +1.440.323.5581
United States
Elyria, Ohio
Cambridge, Ohio
Erie, Pennsylvania
Orange, Virginia
Europe
Leuven, Belgium
Gevelsberg, Germany
Sissach, Switzerland
Australia
Campbellfield, Victoria
Asia
Kang awa Pref., Japan
Shanghai, China
South America
Guarulhos SP, Brazil
Latin America
Mexico City, Mexico
Emerson Climate Technologies™ – heating,
ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration technologies and systems for
commercial and residential applications.
Emerson Professional Tools™ – a broad
range of tools and equipment for professional trades and do-it-yourselfers
throughout the world.
Emerson Storage Solutions™ – innovative,
sturdy and secure shelving and storage
products and solutions for residential,
commercial, and industrial locations.
Emerson Motor Technologies™ –
motor and drive solutions and customized
technologies that power everything from
consumer appliances to large industrial
applications.
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Emerson Industrial Automation™ –
motion control systems and components;
plastics joining and precision cleaning
equipment; and materials testing equipment and supplies.
Emerson Appliance Solutions™ –
engineering and technologies for design
and delivery of integrated appliance
solutions for the residential and
commercial marketplace.
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The Symbol of Quality,
Durability and Reliability
RIDGID branded tools are known the world over as best-in-class tools that
allow the end-user to complete jobs more quickly and reliably.
However, there’s added peace of mind with the RIDGID Full Lifetime
Warranty. Should your tool ever malfunction from defects in workmanship
or materials, we will repair or replace the tool free of charge.
What is Covered
RIDGID tools are warranted to be free of material and workmanship
defects.
How Long Coverage Lasts
This warranty lasts for the lifetime of the RIDGID tool. Warranty coverage
ends when the product becomes unusable for reasons other than defects in
workmanship or material.
How to Obtain Service
To obtain the benefit of this warranty, deliver the complete product via prepaid transportation to Ridge Tool Company, Elyria, Ohio, or any authorized
RIDGID Independent Service Center. Pipe wrenches and other hand tools
should be returned to the place of purchase.
What We Will Do to Correct Problems
Warranted products will be repaired or replaced, at Ridge Tool’s option, and
returned at no charge; or, if after three attempts to repair or replace during
the warranty period the product is still defective, you can elect to receive a
full refund of your purchase price.
What is Not Covered
Failures due to misuse, abuse or normal wear and tear are not covered
by this warranty. Ridge Tool shall not be responsible for any incidental or
consequential damages.
How Local Laws Relate to the Warranty
Some areas do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to
you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other
rights, which vary, from state to state, province to province, or country to
country.
No Other Express Warranty Applies
This Full Lifetime Warranty is the sole and exclusive warranty for RIDGID
products. No employee, agent, dealer, or other person is authorized to
alter this warranty or make any other warranty on behalf of the Ridge Tool
Company.
• 1923 Ridge Tool
Company founded with the
introduction of the RIDGID
pipe wrench.
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• 1940 Ridge Tool
introduces power
threading machines.
• 1943 Ridge Tool Company
establishes its headquarters
in Elyria, Ohio USA.
• 1946 Ridge Tool begins
exporting products to help
rebuild Europe.
Complete Product
and Service Support
Online 24/7
Search the Complete Offering of RIDGID Tools and Support
Our web site offers the latest information and support available from
Ridge Tool:
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New and existing products.
Request a demonstration.
Available training.
Operator’s manuals.
Forums and tool tips.
And more…
Visit this valuable resource at www.ridgid.com
Get RIDGID Service from Where the Pros Go
For optimum service of your RIDGID tools and equipment, there is no better
choice than an authorized RIDGID Service Center.
To locate the service center near you, go online at www.ridgid.com/service
Insist on Genuine RIDGID Replacement Parts
RIDGID products are designed and built to the highest quality standards to
perform specific tasks with optimum and lasting efficiency. Tool components are made to complement each other to form an ideally functioning
“system.” As with any tools, certain parts will need to be replaced from
time to time. To preserve the high standards of performance you expect
from RIDGID tools, it is important to make sure you use trademarked RIDGID
replacement parts.
Look for, and insist on, the “Genuine RIDGID Replacement Parts” label on
all of the parts you buy. It is your best assurance of performance, efficiency
and long service life.
To order parts online, go to www.ridgidparts.com
• 1964 A new sales and
manufacturing facility opens
in St. Truiden, Belgium.
• 1966 Ridge Tool
becomes part of Emerson
Professional Tools™.
• 1967 The Kollmann line
of drain cleaning and diagnostic tools becomes part of
Ridge Tool.
• 1972 A new sales and
manufacturing facility opens
in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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Quality Management
Systems
Ridge Tool manufacturing facilities listed below are certified to BS EN
ISO 9001-2000 Quality Management System Standards by an accredited
Registrar.
Manufacturing Plant Accredited Registrar
Elyria, Ohio
BSI
Erie, Pennsylvania
BSI
Orange, Virginia
BVQI
Distributor Support
ISO 9001:2000
FM 68317
Erie, Pennslyvania
ISO 9001:2000
Orange, Virginia
Rely on your RIDGID Distributor for our complete line of tools, parts, service
and information. Your RIDGID Distributor:
• Keeps you competitive with the latest products for your industry.
• Guarantees your purchasing power by buying from hundreds of suppliers.
• Helps you get back in business fast when you need parts or service.
• Manages traffic so you get the goods on time and at the least cost.
• Warehouses products for you, saving capital, insurance and overhead.
• Brings technical aid to your staff to solve your problems.
• Simplifies your record-keeping with one billing for all your tool needs.
Parts and Repair
Parts Catalogs
Catalogs illustrating parts for hand tools, machines and drain cleaning products are available upon request and cover all tools listed in this catalog. For
ordering the exact parts needed, be sure to order by the catalog numbers
that appear in the parts catalogs, as well as any other data that will help us
avoid errors in filling the order.
Estimates on repairs and prices on repair parts will be furnished upon
receipt of the tool or machine at our factory, or at a RIDGID Independent
Authorized Service Center. Return all tools and machines freight prepaid.
• 1991 Ridge Tool establishes
European headquarters and
central distribution facility in
Leuven, Belgium.
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• 1996 Ridge Tool
acquires Peddinghaus of
Gevelsberg, Germany.
ISO 9001:2000
FM 65410
Elyria, Ohio
• 2002 Ridge Tool
acquires Von Arx of
Sissach, Switzerland.
Ridge Tool U.S. Patents
1822 Machine
1224 Machine
K-375 Drain Cleaner
K-39 Drain Cleaner
K-750
916 Roll Groover
1233 Machine
1450 Test Pump
258 Pipe Cutter
Power Bender
K-7500 Drum Machine
914 Roll Groover
Basin Nut Wrench
300 Compact
KJ-1350 Water Jetter
K-60SP Drain Cleaner
1210 Threading Machine
4,757,598; 4,787,531; 4,811,639; 4,819,527; 5,074,176; 5,087,013
4,795,175
4,914,775
4,956,889; 5,901,401
5,031,263; 5,031,276
5,079,940
5,199,928
5,221,195
5,261,301
5,284,040; 5,301,530
5,390,389
5,528,919
5,542,321
5,560,582
5,622,319
5,657,505
5,826,469; 5,890,852
K-40 Drain Cleaner
226 Soil Pipe Cutter
Power Spin
122 Tube Cutter & Prep Tool
HC300 Hole Saw
960 Roll Groover
K-380 Drum Machine
117/118 Tubing Cutter
915 Roll Groover
920 Roll Groover
RapidGrip Pipe Wrench
418 Oiler
Auto-Spin
Pressing
6,009,588; 6,243,905; 6,412,136
6,141,876
6,158,076; 6,615,436
6,189,216; 6,336,270
6,264,406
6,272,895
6,360,397; 6,381,798
6,393,700; D485,150
6,591,652; 6,606,893; 6,776,018
6,688,150; 6,708,545
6,742,419; D474,380
D498,487
D509,929
5,611,228; 6,244,085; 6,434,998; 6,510,719;
6,510,723; 6,662,621; 6,694,586; 6,729,009;
6,923,037
Ridge Tool U.S. Trademarks
Registered Marks ®
Pending Applications ™
AUTOFEED
COUNTIR
CHEVRON DESIGN
K-SPIN
WORKSAVER
MATADOR
NAVITRACK
OIL LESS GOLD
POWER-SPIN
RAPIDGRIP
RAPRENCH
RIDGID (BLOCK LETTERS)
RIDGID (D&G ADJACENT)
RIDGID (D&G INTERLOCKED)
RIDGID & RED BAR DESIGN
RIDGID KOLLMANN
RITCO
TOOLS FOR A LIFETIME
TRIBENDER
TRISTAND
TRUE-TAPER
U.S.T.
UNIVERSAL GOLD
WORKSAVER
AUTO-SPIN
CABLE COMMAND
NAVITRACK SCOUT
PERFECT PRESS
PRESS TOOL
PRESS TOOL TECHNOLOGY
QUICK-FEED
MAXCORE
RIDGID. POWERFUL. DURABLE. PROFESSIONAL.
RIDGIDCONNECT
ROOT RANGER
SCOUT
SHP
STANDARD HEX PRESS
STANDARD HEX PROFILE
TOOLS FOR THE PROFESSIONAL
U & DESIGN
X-CEL
• TODAY Ridge Tool has manufacturing facilities in the USA, Europe and Asia • Ridge Tool products are available
in more than 140 countries around the world through a network of leading distributors • Ridge Tool offers more
than 300 types of tools and machines in over 4,000 models and sizes.
0.7
Full Line Product Catalog
Main Table of Contents – click here
About Ridge Tool – 0.2
Wrenches | 1.1 – 1.9
Warranty – 0.4
Alphabetical Index – 13.0
Pipe Vises & Supports | 2.1 – 2.5
Model Number Index – 13.2
Catalog Number Index – 13.7
Pipe/Tube Cutting & Preparation | 3.1 – 3.19
Terms & Conditions – 13.18
Threading | 4.1 – 4.33
New Products
Adjustable Wrenches
see page 1.7
Bolt Cutters
see page 7.12
Infrared Thermometer
see page 7.18
Manual PEX Crimp Tools
see page 10.10
NaviTrack Scout™ Locator
see page 11.9
Compact 100-B Pressing Tool
see page 10.4
Portable Tristand® Chain Vise
see page 2.2
K39AF with AUTOFEED®
see page 12.8
X-CEL™ Tubing Cutters
see page 3.14-3.15
Roll Grooving | 5.1 – 5.8
Drilling & Tapping | 6.1 – 6.6
General Purpose Hand Tools | 7.1 – 7.18
Bending & Forming | 8.1 – 8.7
Tube Repair & Joining | 9.1 – 9.4
Pressing | 10.1 – 10.10
Pipe Inspection & Locating | 11.1 – 11.13
Drain Cleaning | 12.1 – 12.43
RIDGID Pipe Wrenches are world-renowned for their unsurpassed toughness and serviceability. The original heavyduty pipe wrench, pictured below, has earned the confidence of pipe professionals for over 80 years because it does
the job right the first time, every time. RIDGID Pipe Wrenches are also available in a wide variety of purpose-built
configurations, and are available with cast aluminum handles that offer an average 40% weight reduction.
Anatomy of a Legend
Full floating forged hook jaw
for fast ratcheting action.
Graduations on hook jaw show approximate
size of opening for different pipe sizes.
Knurled adjustment nut for
easy one-handed operation.
Extra large self-cleaning threads.
Wide gripping surface for increased comfort.
Replaceable, twice hardened
alloy steel jaws. Precision-milled,
biased tooth design maximizes
gripping strength and tool life.
Large flange prevents nut from
being inadvertently rotated
when wrench is set down.
I-Beam handle allows for maximum
strength and minimal weight.
Convenient hanging hole for easy storage.
Enlarged handle end prevents slippage.
RIDGID Lifetime Warranty.
Proudly manufactured at RIDGID
headquarters in Elyria, Ohio, U.S.A.
Wrenches
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Time-tested designs.
Often imitated, never duplicated.
Efficient designs to improve productivity.
Innovative to provide new solutions to old problems.
No. of
Models
Heavy-Duty Pipe Wrenches
Straight Pipe
10
RapidGrip
2
End Pipe
8
Raprench
1
Heavy-Duty Offset
3
Compound Leverage
4
Wrench Type
Aluminum Pipe Wrenches
Aluminum Straight
Aluminum Offset
Aluminum RapidGrip
Aluminum End
7
3
2
4
Specific Purpose Wrenches
Chain
5
Strap
8
Chain Tongs
6
Hex
3
Spud
1
Adjustable
10
Internal
1
Basin
3
One Stop
1
Plastic Nut Basin
1
Wrench Parts
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Nom.
Size (in.)
Capacity
(in.)
Page
–8
–2
3⁄4 – 5
11⁄2
2–3
2–8
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
10 – 48
14 – 24
14 – 18
10 – 24
11⁄2 – 6
2–3
2–3
11⁄2 – 3
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.5
12 – 36
113⁄4 – 18
64 – 87
91⁄2 – 20
12
6 – 24
41⁄2
10 – 17
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11
–
2 – 41⁄2
2–5
1⁄4 – 18
5⁄8 – 2
3⁄8 – 25⁄8
3⁄4 – 27⁄16
1–2
3⁄8 – 21⁄2
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1.5
1.5
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.9
6 – 60
10 – 14
6-36
10
14 – 24
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3⁄4
11⁄2
1.1
Heavy-Duty Pipe Wrenches
Straight Pipe Wrench
• Sturdy, cast-iron housing and I-beam handle with full floating forged
hook jaw, featuring self-cleaning threads with replaceable hook and
heel jaws.
• Heavy-duty pipe wrenches comply with federal specifications
GGG-N65IE, Type II, Class A.
• The spring-loaded jaw design provides rapid ratcheting action.
• Unique combination heel/hook jaw design aggressively bites the work
piece and ensures a secure grip.
End Pipe Wrench
• Assures a fast and easy grip for pipe working in restricted spaces
or close to a wall.
Pipe Capacity
Weight
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
31000
31005
31010
31015
31020
31025
31030
31035
31040
31045
6
8
10
12
14
18
24
36
48
60
6
8
10
12
14
18
24
36
48
60
150
200
250
300
350
450
600
900
1200
1500
3⁄4
20
25
40
50
50
65
80
125
150
200
1⁄2
0.2
0.3
0.8
1.2
1.6
2.6
4.4
8.7
15.6
23.3
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
1
1
RapidGrip®
• Quick one-handed operation makes your jobs move faster.
Nom. Size
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
10348
10358
Nom. Size
Model
No.
10
14
1
11⁄2
2
2
21⁄2
3
5
6
8
Pipe Capacity
3⁄4
13⁄4
2 3⁄4
31⁄2
53⁄4
93⁄4
19
341⁄4
511⁄4
Fittings
Cap.
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
10
14
250
350
11⁄2
2
37.5
50
1
1½
25
37.5
1.6
3.1
0.7
1.4
Nom. Size
Pipe Capacity
Weight
Std.
Pack
6
6
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
31050
31055
31060
31065
31070
31075
31080
31085
E-6
E-8
E-10
E-12
E-14
E-18
E-24
E-36
6
8
10
12
14
18
24
36
150
200
250
300
350
450
600
900
3⁄4
20
25
40
50
50
65
80
125
1⁄2
0.2
0.3
0.8
1.2
1.6
2.6
4.4
8.7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
1
11⁄2
2
2
21⁄2
3
5
3⁄4
13⁄4
2 3⁄4
31⁄2
53⁄4
93⁄4
19
• Provides a faster, easier way to get a grip and long handle swing.
• Ideal for pipe work close to a wall, in tight quarters or in closely-spaced
parallel lines.
1.2
When using a pipe wrench, a gap must be maintained between the
shank of the hook jaw and the pipe or fitting. This permits the two
gripping points (the heel and the teeth of the hook jaw) to produce the
gripping action of the wrench.
Raprench®
• A deeper and broader hook jaw housing provides a smooth, flat surface that is
ideal for occasional use as a hammer.
Nom. Size
Pipe Capacity
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
31395
10
10
250
11⁄2
40
2
0.9
6
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
89435
89440
89445
14
18
24
14
18
24
350
450
600
2
21⁄2
3
50
65
80
21⁄4
53⁄4
93⁄4
1.0
2.6
4.4
6
6
6
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
31375
31380
31385
31390
S-2
S-4A
S-6A
S-8A
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2
5
6
8
50
125
150
200
71⁄4
331⁄2
451⁄2
681⁄2
3.3
15.2
20.6
31.1
1
1
1
1
• Offers all of the same outstanding qualities found in all RIDGID heavy-duty
wrenches.
Heavy-Duty Offset Pipe Wrench
• Features a jaw opening parallel to the handle and a narrower hook jaw head.
• Provides easy entry into tight spots.
Compound Leverage Wrench
• A unique design multiplies the turning force applied to a pipe.
• Ideal for freeing locked couplings and joints frozen by age or damage.
Nom. Size
Nom. Size
Pipe Capacity
Pipe Capacity
Weight
Weight
• Replaceable jaws are hardened alloy steel.
For wrench replacement parts, see page 1.9.
1.3
Aluminum Pipe Wrenches
• Nearly 40% lighter than comparable cast-iron wrenches.
• Jaws and all other parts identical to RIDGID Heavy-Duty Wrenches.
Aluminum Straight Pipe Wrench
Nom. Size
Pipe Capacity
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
31090
47057
31095
31100
31105
31110
31115
810
812
814
818
824
836
848
10
12
14
18
24
36
48
250
300
350
450
600
900
1200
11⁄2
2
2
21⁄2
3
5
6
40
50
50
65
80
125
150
1
21⁄2
21⁄2
33⁄4
6
11
181⁄2
0.4
1.1
1.1
1.7
2.7
5.0
8.4
6
6
6
6
6
1
1
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
31120
31125
31130
14
18
24
14
18
24
350
450
600
2
21⁄2
3
50
65
80
2
31⁄2
6
0.9
1.6
2.7
6
6
6
• Professional strength in lightweight aluminum.
• Offers the same durability and ease-of-use found in
all RIDGID heavy-duty wrenches.
Aluminum Offset Pipe Wrench
• Features a jaw opening parallel to the handle and a
narrower hook jaw head.
• Provides easy entry into tight spots.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
12693
12698
14
18
Nom. Size
Nom. Size
Pipe Capacity
Pipe Capacity
Weight
Fittings
Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
14
18
350
450
2
3
50
75
11⁄2
21⁄2
37.5
62.5
2.1
4.3
0.9
1.9
Aluminum RapidGrip
• All the great benefits of the heavy-duty RapidGrip.
• 35% lighter than heavy-duty models.
• Ideal for overhead applications.
1.4
Never use a “cheater” bar. It is unsafe and will void the
wrench’s warranty.
Std.
Pack
6
6
Aluminum End Wrench
• Ideal for jobs in close quarters and overhead applications.
• Designed for easy access in close parallel lines.
• 40% lighter than heavy-duty wrenches.
Nom. Size
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
90107
90117
90122
90127
E-910
E-914
E-918
E-924
Aluminum End
Aluminum End
Aluminum End
Aluminum End
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
10
14
18
24
250
350
450
600
11⁄2
2
21⁄2
3
40
50
65
80
1
2
3
5
0.4
0.9
1.4
2.2
6
6
6
6
Chain Wrenches
• A double jaw gives fast, ratchet-like action in either
direction.
• The heavy-duty model has replaceable alloy
steel jaws.
• The light-duty model has a one-piece forged alloy
steel handle and jaw. Ideal for use in close quarters.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
31310
31315
31320
31325
31330
C-12
C-14
C-18
C-24
C-36
Light-Duty Chain
Heavy-Duty Chain
Heavy-Duty Chain
Heavy-Duty Chain
Heavy-Duty Chain
Rated Pipe
Capacity
Actual O.D.
Capacity
Chain
Length
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
2
2
21⁄2
3
41⁄2
50
50
60
75
110
4
5
5
5
71⁄2
100
125
125
125
185
153⁄4
181⁄2
201⁄4
201⁄4
29
390
460
500
500
725
13⁄4
23⁄4
6
81⁄4
153⁄4
0.8
1.2
2.7
3.7
7.1
Weight
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
Replacement Straps
Catalog
No.
31990
32015
32020
32025
32050
32055
32035
32065
Strap Wrenches
Handle
Length
in.
mm
31335
1
113⁄4
300
300
31340
2
113⁄4
3
300
31345
2
11 ⁄4
3
31350
2
11 ⁄4
300
300
31355
2P*
113⁄4
31360
5
18
450
31365
5
18
450
31370
5P*
18
450
*Strap designed for use with plastic
Catalog
No.
• Best for any polished pipe.
• Strong, woven nylon strap gives tight grip.
• Two models available for plastic pipe.
• Polyurethane-coated strap.
Model
No.
Strap
Length
in.
mm
17
425
17
425
30
760
24
600
17
425
750
291⁄4
48
1200
291⁄4
750
Strap Width
in.
1⁄2
11⁄8
11⁄8
11⁄8
11⁄16
13⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
mm
12
30
30
30
27
45
45
45
Pipe
Capacity
in.
mm
2
50
2
50
2
50
2
50
2
50
5
125
5
125
5
125
Strap Length
in.
mm
17
425
17
425
24
600
30
760
291⁄4
750
48
1200
17
425
30
760
O.D. Tube
Capacity
in.
mm
31⁄2
90
31⁄2
90
1
5 ⁄2
135
1
5 ⁄2
135
31⁄2
90
7
175
12
300
51⁄2
135
Strap Width
in.
mm
1⁄2
12
30
11⁄8
30
11⁄8
30
11⁄8
13⁄4
45
45
13⁄4
1
27
1 ⁄16
3
45
1 ⁄4
Weight
lb.
11⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
2
2
21⁄8
kg
0.5
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.9
0.9
1.0
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
For wrench replacement parts, see page 1.9.
1.5
Chain Tongs
Total
Length
Catalog Model
Description
No.
No.
• Designed and sized to provide extra leverage for
the toughest jobs.
• All models feature double-end jaw styles which can
be reversed, except Model 3215, which is a
single-end tong.
92660
92665
92670
92675
92680
92685
3215
3229
3231
3233
3235
3237
Single-End
Double-End
Double-End
Double-End
Double-End
Double-End
in.
mm
87
27
37
44
50
64
2209
686
939
1117
1270
1625
Pipe
Capacity
in.
mm
4-18 114-457
1⁄4-21⁄2
13-73
3⁄4-4
26-114
1-6
33-168
11⁄2-8 48-219
2-12 60-323
Chain Length
Chain Breaking
Strain*
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
741⁄2
171⁄2
221⁄2
32
401⁄2
551⁄2
1892
445
572
813
1029
1410
56,000
13,800
17,600
20,100
22,000
31,000
25,401
6,260
7,983
9,117
9,979
14,061
156
11
21
29
39
67
71
5
10
13
18
30
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
Hex Wrenches
• Hex jaw design gives multi-sided, secure grip on all hex nuts,
square nuts, unions and valve packing nuts.
• The extra-wide opening offset model is ideal for securing drain
nuts on sinks and tubs.
Nom. Size
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
31305
31275
31280
E-110
17
25
Offset Hex
Straight Hex
Straight Hex
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
31400
–
Spud Wrench
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
9½
14½
20
240
362
500
11⁄8-25⁄8
5⁄8-11⁄4
1-2
29-67
16-30
25-50
11⁄2
41⁄2
83⁄4
0.6
2.0
4.0
6
6
6
• Thin, smooth jaws slip into the tightest places.
Spud Wrench
• 12” Spud Wrench features narrow jaws to fit into
tight places.
• Smooth, toothless jaws ideal for square or
rectangular stock.
1.6
Nom. Size
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
12
300
3⁄8-25⁄8
10-67
21⁄2
1.1
1
Adjustable Wrenches
Plumber’s Wide-Mouth
Adjustable Wrenches
Adjustable
Wrenches
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
86902
86907
86912
86917
86922
86927
86932
756
758
760
762
765
768
774
16503
• High grade Chrome-Vandium alloy steel.
• Forged and heat-treated for durability.
16508
• Cobalt-plated finish to reduce rust and corrosion.
• Jaw scales in SAE and metric for quick adjustment.
16513
Description
6" Adjustable
8" Adjustable
10" Adjustable
12" Adjustable
15" Adjustable
18" Adjustable
24" Adjustable
6" Plumber’s
Wide- Mouth
Adjustable
8" Plumber’s
Wide- Mouth
Adjustable
10" Plumber’s
Wide- Mouth
Adjustable
Nom. Size
in.
mm
6
150
8
200
10
250
12
300
15
375
18
450
24
600
Pipe Capacity
in.
mm
3⁄4
20
7⁄8
25
30
11⁄8
15⁄16
35
40
11⁄16
21⁄8
50
60
27⁄16
Weight
lb.
kg
1⁄4
0.1
1⁄2
0.2
3⁄4
0.3
11⁄2
0.6
3
1.3
51⁄8
2.3
91⁄4
4.2
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
204
7⁄8
25
3⁄4
0.4
2
8
255
11⁄8
33
1
0.5
2
10
305
15⁄16
35
11⁄2
0.7
2
• Plumber’s wide-mouth adjustable wrenches provide extended
tapered jaws and a compact handle for hard to reach areas.
Internal Wrench
• Holds closet spuds and bath, basin and sink strainers through
2". Use to install or extract 1" through 2" nipples.
• Jaws expand by eccentric action and are reversible for
various sizes.
Nom. Size
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
31405
342
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
31170
31175
31180
1010
1017
1019
Basin
Telescoping Basin
Telescoping Basin
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
41⁄2
113
1-2
25-50
15⁄8
0.7
1
Description
Internal
Basin Wrenches
• Spring-loaded jaws of forged alloy steel provide fast,
one-hand ratcheting.
• Tension plug holds head in any position up to 90° angle.
• Telescopic shanks on Nos. 1017 and 1019 quickly adjust
for lengths from 10” to 17”.
Nom. Size
in.
mm
10
250
10-17 250-425
10-17 250-425
Pipe Capacity
in.
mm
3⁄8 - 11⁄4
10-30
3⁄8 - 11⁄4
10-30
30-60
11⁄4-21⁄2
Weight
lb.
kg
13⁄4
0.8
2
0.9
2
0.9
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1.7
One Stop Wrench
• The One Stop Wrench is two wrenches in one.
• It provides the exact size wrench you need to
install angle stops and compression couplings.
Nom. Size
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
97452
2002
One Stop
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
66807
2001
Plastic Nut Basin
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Master
Pack
–
–
.73
0.3
12
Plastic Nut Basin Wrench
• Designed to reach and turn plastic mounting nuts on faucets,
sprayers and ballcocks.
1.8
Nom. Size
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Master
Pack
11
280
1
0.4
10
Wrench Parts: Always insist on
genuine RIDGID parts
Wrench
Size
Handle Assembly
Pipe
Cap.
Str.
Straight
Iron
Straight
Aluminum
End Iron
Aluminum
End
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
31420
31425
31430
31435
31440
31445
31450
31455
31460
31465
32775
–
–
31510
49972
31515
31520
31525
31530
31535
–
–
31470
31475
31480
31485
31490
31495
31500
31505
–
–
–
–
–
93907
–
93912
93917
93922
–
–
–
–
End
6
E-6
8
E-8
10
E-10
12
E-12
14
E-14
18
E-18
24
E-24
36
E-36
48
–
60
–
10 raprench
3⁄4
1
11⁄2
2
2
21⁄2
3
5
6
8
11⁄2
Nut
Pin
Heel Jaw
& Pin
Assembly
Coil & Flat
Spring
Assembly
Hook
Jaw
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
31560
31585
31610
31635
31635
31675
31700
31725
31750
31775*
31610
31565
31590
31620
31640
31660
31680
31705
31730
31755
31780
31620
31555
31580
31605
31630
31655
31670
31695
31720
31745
31770
31605
31570
31595
31615
31645
31665
31685
31710
31735
31760
31785
31615
31575
31600
31625**
31650
31650**
31690
31715
31740
31765
31790
31625
* Use with 60” Hook Jaw catalog number 31770.
** Pin for 10’’ Aluminum End Handle Assembly is catalog no. 95402. Pin for 14’’ Aluminum End Handle Assembly is catalog no. 95407.
For additional wrench parts, see RIDGID Hand Tool Parts Catalog.
1.9
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dealers with a thorough knowledge of the complete RIDGID line and
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999-997-517.10 V.1
Pipe Vises & Supports
• Wide selection of pipe accessories designed to work as one.
• Rugged construction for years of dependable service.
Pipe Vises &
Support Type
No. of
Models
Vises
Portable Tristand
Bench Chain
Stand Chain
Bench Yoke
Portable Chain & Yoke
Pipe Welding
5
9
1
5
2
4
Pipe Stands
V Head
Ball Transfer
Roller Head
Conveyor Head
Adjustable
Support Stand
Adj. Roller Stand
Large Diameter Stand
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
Pipe
Capacity (in.)
Height
Adj. (in.)
Page
–6
–8
1⁄8 – 5
1⁄8 – 6
1⁄8 – 5
1⁄8 – 8
–
–
–
–
–
–
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.3
2.3
12
12
12
12
6
12
36
24
20 – 52
–
23 – 55
29 – 44
23 – 41
26 – 42
–
16 – 79
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
1⁄8
1⁄8
2.1
Pipe Vises
Portable Tristand® Vises
• Integral legs and tray fold in for easy carrying and setup. Large vise base overhangs front legs
for clear tool swing.
• Complete with slots for hanging tools, pipe rest, three-pipe benders, and ceiling brace screw.
• Model 460 features a larger work surface for increased pipe capacity, 6" diameter, rear support
and receding ceiling brace screw.
425 Portable Tristand Chain Vise
• Model 425 features “quick grab”, self-locking latch and carrying handle for ease of transport.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
40130
74915
16703
72037
72042
40-A
40-A•
425
460
460E
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
1⁄8-21⁄2
3-60
3-60
3-60
3-150
3-150
481⁄2
481⁄2
32
47
47
22.0
22.0
14.5
21.0
21.0
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Portable Tristand Yoke Vise
Portable Tristand Yoke Vise Export
Portable Tristand Chain Vise
Portable Tristand Chain Vise**
Portable Tristand Chain Vise Export**
1⁄8-21⁄2
1⁄8-21⁄2
1⁄8-6
1⁄8-6
**Jaw for Plastic Pipe, Catalog No. 41280 available; order separately.
•Export Models require assembly.
460 Portable Tristand Yoke Vise
Stand Chain Vise
• Handy, portable stand chain vise.
• Sturdy cast-iron frame.
• Equipped with pipe rest, pipe bender, and tool tray. Legs and connecting pipe not furnished.
Top Screw Stand
Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench
Chain Vise
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
40165
560
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
1⁄8-5
3-125
253⁄4
11.7
1
Description
Top Screw Stand Chain Vise
Bench Chain Vises
• Crank handle is anchored to base.
• Rugged cast-iron base has handy pipe rest and bender. Capacities of 1⁄8" through 8".
• Two models available for plastic pipe. Toothless jaws are neoprene-coated to prevent
scoring of pipe.
Catalog
Model
No.
No.
40185
BC210
40195
BC410
40190
BC210P
40200
BC410P
40205
BC510
40210
BC610
40215
BC810
40175
BC2A
40180
BC4A
*For Plastic Pipe and Tube
2.2
Description
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Top Screw Bench Chain Vise
Bottom Screw Bench Chain Vise
Bottom Screw Bench Chain Vise
Pipe Capacity
in.
mm
1⁄8-21⁄2
3-60
1⁄8-4
3-100
1⁄2-27⁄8
15-70
1⁄2-41⁄2
15-110
1⁄8-5
3-125
¼-6
6-150
½-8
15-200
1⁄8-2
3-50
1⁄8-4
3-100
Weight
lb.
kg
25¾ 11.7
7¾
3.5
14¾
6.7
7½
3.4
14½
6.6
15
6.8
24½ 11.1
38
17.3
5¾
2.6
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
An adjustment nut is located on the back of the rear leg of Tristand
vises to reduce wobble. Use B2A/4A vise for truck mount applications.
Bench Yoke Vises
• Yoke and base made of strong, dependable iron. Hardened alloy steel jaws and convenient pipe
rest and bender.
Catalog
No.
40080
40085
40090
40100
40110
Model
No.
21
22
23
25
27
Pipe Capacity
in.
mm
1⁄8-2
3-50
1⁄82½
3-60
1⁄8-3
3-75
11⁄8-4
3-100
1⁄8-6
3-150
Description
Bench Yoke Vise
Bench Yoke Vise
Bench Yoke Vise
Bench Yoke Vise
Bench Yoke Vise
Weight
lb.
kg
8¾
4.0
13
5.9
19¾
9.0
27¾ 12.6
65
29.6
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
Bench Yoke Vise
Portable Chain and Yoke Vises
• Light, strong, portable post chain vise fits any shape or kind of post.
Portable Chain and Yoke Vise
• Model 640 features a tray for oil can, plus a handy pipe bender.
• Portable yoke vise easily attaches to plank, workbench or post.
Straight Pipe Welding Vise
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
40125
40170
39
640
Pipe Capacity
Portable Kit Yoke Vise
Top Screw Post Chain Vise
Pipe Welding Vises
• Made of durable performance-proven material and designed
to resist strain, heat and warpage during tacking.
• Machined swivel nuts and pins, together with special chain
screws, give smooth and trouble-free assembling of the vise
onto pipe.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
1⁄8-21⁄2
3-60
3-125
151⁄2
231⁄2
7.0
10.7
1
1
1⁄8-5
Elbow Pipe Welding Vse
Angle Pipe Welding Vise
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
40220
40225
40230
40235
461
462
463
464
Weight
in.
Description
Flange Pipe Welding Vise
Pipe Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
1⁄2-8
1⁄2-12
15-200
15-300
60-200
60-200
151⁄2
183⁄8
14
171⁄4
7.0
8.4
6.4
7.8
1
1
1
1
Description
Straight Pipe Welding Vise
Angle Pipe Welding Vise
Elbow Pipe Welding Vise
Flange Pipe Welding Vise
21⁄2-8
21⁄2-8
2.3
Pipe Stands
A full range of heavy-duty adjustable pipe stands are available in varying configurations with capacity from 1⁄8"-36" (3mm-900 mm); suitable for use with
threading machines, roll groovers, etc.
V Head Pipe Stands
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
56657
56662
VJ-98
VJ-99
V Head Low Pipe Stand
V Head High Pipe Stand
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
20-38
28-52
51-96
71-132
12
12
300
300
2500
2500
1136
1136
21
23
9.5
10.4
Ball Transfer Head
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
37997
BTH-9
Description
Ball Transfer Head F/VJ
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
–
–
12
300
1000
454.5
5
2.3
Roller Head Pipe Stands
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
56667
RJ-98
Roller Head
Low Pipe Stand
56672
RJ-99
Roller Head
High Pipe Stand
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
23-41
59-104
12
300
2500
1136
24
10.9
32-55
82-140
12
300
2500
1136
27
12.3
Conveyor Head Pipe Stand
Catalog
No.
56682
2.4
Model
No.
CJ-99
Description
Conveyor Head
High Stand
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
29-44
74-112
12
300
2500
1136
19
8.6
To ensure maximum stability of the work piece, pipe supports
should be used every 31⁄2'.
Adjustable Pipe Supports
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
42505
46
Adjustable Pipe Support
23-33
59-84
6
152
2500
1136
23
10.4
42510
92
Adjustable Pipe Support
32-41
81-104
6
152
2500
1136
28
12.7
No. 92
No. 46
Support Stand for Roll Groovers
Catalog
No.
83380
Model
No.
965
Description
Support Stand
f/Groovers
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
26-42
66-107
12
300
2500
1136
29
13.2
Adjustable Stand with Steel Rollers
Catalog
No.
64642
Model
No.
AR99
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Height
Description
Adj. Roller Stand
w/Steel Wheels
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
34
86
36
900
2500
1136
30
13.6
Large Diameter Pipe Stand
Catalog
No.
96372
Model
No.
RJ-624
Description
Large Diameter
Pipe Stand
Height Adjustment
Low-High
Max. Pipe
Capacity
Max. Weight
Capacity
Weight
in.
cm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
lb.
kg
16-31
41-79
24
610
4500
2041
167
75.7
2.5
Pipe/Tube Cutting & Preparation
• Wide selection from a single source.
• Durable designs.
• Exclusive features for maximum productivity.
Type
Pipe Cutters
Heavy-Duty
4-Wheel
Wide Roll
Hinged
Soil Pipe
Torque Wrench
Replacement Cutter Wheels
No. of Models
7
2
1
11
5
2
21
Pipe Reamers / Extractor / Taps
Reamers
Extractors
Extractor Sets
Pipe Taps
4
9
4
11
Power Pipe Cutting
Pipe Capacity
1⁄8"
– 6"
– 4"
1⁄8" – 2"
2" – 12"
11⁄2" – 8"
–
–
3⁄4"
1⁄4"
Page
3.2
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.4-3.5
3.5
3.6
– 4"
– 2"
1⁄8" – 1"
1⁄8" – 2"
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
2
21⁄2" – 12"
3.8 – 3.9
Dry Cut Saws
3
12" – 14"
3.10 – 3.11
Copper Cutting & Prep
2
1⁄2
Tubing Cutters
20
1⁄8"
Plastic Pipe Cutters
4
1⁄8
Replacement Cutting
Wheels
19
Copper Cleaning Brush/
Machines
2
1⁄4"
Conduit Sizing Tool
1
1⁄2
Reamers, Deburring Tools
7
1⁄4"
1⁄8"
" – 4"
–
65⁄8"
"– 23⁄8"
3.12
3.13 – 3.16
3.16
–
3.17
– 6"
3.18
"– 3⁄4"
3.18
– 4"
3.19
3.1
Pipe Cutters
Pipe Cutter Selection
Pipe Cutter
Heavy-Duty
Page No.
3.2 - 3.3
4-Wheel
3.3
Wide-Roller
3.3
Hinged
Soil Pipe
3.3
Material / Diameter
Steel / Stainless
Heavy Wall Steel
Cast Iron
" - 6"
3⁄4" - 4"
1⁄8" - 2"
2" - 12"
1⁄8
3.4 - 3.5
1 1/2" - 8"
Heavy-Duty Pipe Cutters
• Fast, clean pipe cutting by hand or power.
• Extra-long shank protects adjustment threads, while an extra-large handle
is provided for quick, easy adjustment.
• Can be converted to 3-wheel cutter by replacing rollers with cutter wheel,
or the 2A and 4S can be ordered as 3-wheel model for use in areas where
a complete turn is not possible.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
32810
32820
32825
32830
32840
32845
32850
1-A
2-A
2-A
3-S
4-S
4-S
6-S
Pipe Cutter
Description
Nos. 1-A & 2-A
Nos. 3-S, 4-S & 6-S
3.2
Heavy-Duty
Heavy-Duty
2-A 3-Wheel Heavy-Duty
Heavy-Duty
Heavy-Duty
4-S 3-Wheel Heavy-Duty
Heavy-Duty
Pipe Capacity
Nominal Size
in.
mm
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1-3
2-4
2-4
4-6
3-32
3-50
3-50
25-75
50-100
50-100
100-150
Weight
lb.
kg
61⁄2
7
7
15
18
18
22
3.0
3.2
3.2
6.9
8.2
8.2
10.0
4-Wheel Pipe Cutters
• Designed for work in areas where a complete turn is impossible.
• No. 42-A has a short handle for use in areas where only a 130° turn can
be made.
No. 42-A
• Second handle on No. 44-S makes two-man leverage possible on large
pipe sizes.
• Both equipped with four heavy-duty wheels.
Catalog
No.
32870
32880
Pipe Cutter
Description
Model
No.
42-A
44-S
Heavy-Duty 4-Wheel
Heavy-Duty 4-Wheel
Pipe Capacity
Nominal Size
in.
3⁄4-2
21⁄2-4
Weight
mm
lb.
kg
20-50
60-100
63⁄4
3.1
9.1
20
No. 44-S
Wide-Roll Pipe Cutter
• Featuring extra-wide rolls, this cutter is especially designed for
use with power drives.
• The wide rolls provide for true tracking and cleaner cuts.
No. 202
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
32895
202
Pipe Cutter
Description
Heavy-Duty Wide Rolls
Pipe Capacity
Nominal Size
in.
1⁄8-2
Weight
mm
lb.
kg
3-50
8
3.5
Hinged Pipe Cutters
• Designed for rapid cutting of 2" through 12" steel pipe, heavy-wall
steel pipe and cast-iron pipe.
• The 11 models operate with minimal cutter rotation as necessary
for tight quarters.
Catalog
No.
73162
74227
83080
83085
74685
83145
83150
74700
83165
83170
74710
Model
No.
424-S*
424-CI
466-S*
466-HWS*
Steel Pipe
466-CI
468-S*
468-HWS*
Steel Pipe
468-CI
472-S*
472-HWS*
Steel Pipe
472-CI
Hinged Pipe Cutter
Description
Pipe Capacity
Nominal Size
in.
Weight
mm
lb.
kg
For Steel Pipe
For Cast/Ductile Iron
For Steel Pipe
For Heavy-Wall
2-4
2-4
4-6
4-6
50-100
50-100
100-150
100-150
131⁄2
131⁄2
281⁄2
281⁄2
6.0
6.0
13.0
13.0
For Cast-Iron Pipe
For Steel Pipe
For Heavy-Wall
4-6
6-8
6-8
100-150
150-200
150-200
281⁄2
33
331⁄2
13.0
15.0
15.2
For Cast-Iron Pipe
For Steel Pipe
For Heavy-Wall
6-8
8-12
8-12
150-200
200-300
200-300
331⁄2
411⁄2
42
15.2
19.0
19.1
For Cast-Iron Pipe
8-12
200-300
42
19.1
* Furnished with X-tra sharp wheel for up to 40% faster cutting.
Three- and four-wheel pipe cutters should only be used when the cutter
cannot be rotated completely around the pipe.
3.3
Soil Pipe Cutters
No. 226 In-Place Soil Pipe Cutter
• The RIDGID 226 In-Place Soil Pipe Cutter is a compact, lightweight tool
designed to cut hub and no-hub 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.
• The Model 226 is especially suited for against-the-wall and other tight
quarter applications.
• From the Model 226’s compact design to its unique chain latching
mechanism, every feature has been engineered for maximum productivity.
No. 206 Soil Pipe Cutter
• Cuts 1½"-6" No Hub® soil pipe.
• Lighter weight and closer spacing of cutter wheels, together with simple ratcheting
action, give smooth cut on lighter wall pipe.
• Ratchet-action handle parallel to pipe allows for application in trenches of
minimum width.
• Complete with hand guard to protect operator’s knuckles when cutting.
No. 246 Soil Pipe Cutter
• Cuts 1½"-6" clay, cast-iron or cement pipe and 4" class 22 water main.
• Ratchet-action handle parallel to pipe allows for application in minimum width trenches.
• Complete with hand guard to protect operator’s knuckles when cutting.
No. 228 Soil Pipe Assembly Tool
• Handles all 1½" through 8" gasketed soil pipe without extra, loose attachments.
• Easy assembly of Y, tee and elbow fittings, as well as straight lengths from any angle.
• Slim, compact design lets one man assemble even large sizes quickly and easily.
• Removal of handle facilitates vertical and overhead pipe assembly.
See page 3.6 for pipe cutter
replacement cutter wheels.
3.4
No. 276 Soil Pipe Cutter
• Provides one stroke cutting of 11/2"-6" service weight, No Hub soil pipe, clay and
cement pipe. Makes repeated cuts quickly.
• Expand capacity up to 8" service weight soil pipe by ordering Catalog No. 33665
Chain Extension Assembly.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
68650
206
Description
Soil Pipe Cutter
No Hub
226
In-Place Soil Pipe Cutter
246
Soil Pipe Cutter
276
Soil Pipe Cutter
228
Soil Pipe Assembly Tool
206/226/276 Chain Extension Assy.
246
Chain Extension Assy.
69982
32900
74207
32905
33665
34570
Capacity
Weight
in.
11⁄2-6
mm
50-150
lb.
18
kg
8.2
11⁄2-6
11⁄2-6
11⁄2-6
11⁄2-8
–
–
50-150
50-150
50-150
50-200
–
–
18
25
23
223⁄4
1
1
8.2
11.3
51
10.3
3.5
3.5
Std.
Pack
Replmt.
Chain
Cat #
1
33670
1
1
1
1
1
1
33670
34575
33670
–
–
–
Tool Capacity
Pipe Size in Inches
Standard
Maximum
Capacity w/
Capacity wo/
Chain Extension
Chain Extension
Type of Pipe
11⁄2"–6"
11⁄2"–6"
11⁄2"–6"
4"–6"
2"–5"
Clay Pipe
No Hub Cast Iron
Service Weight Cast Iron
Concrete Pipe
Extra Heavy Soil Pipe
11⁄2"–8"
11⁄2"–8"
11⁄2"–8"
4"–6"
2"–5"
No. 902 Torque Wrench
• Preset to eliminate guesswork in No Hub soil pipe installations.
• Assures proper coupling tightness for strong, leak-free joints.
• The 5/16" drive tightens with a fast ratchet action until the wrench clicks for
accurate 60 inch-pounds torque.
No. 904 Torque Wrench
• The 3/8" drive tightens with a fast ratchet action until the wrench clicks for
accurate 80 inch-pounds torque.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
31410
902
14988
904
Description
Torque Wrench for
No Hub Cast-Iron
Soil Pipe Couplings
Torque Wrench for
No Hub Cast-Iron
Soil Pipe Couplings
Weight
Torque
in. lb.
NM
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
60
6.8
1⁄2
0.2
1
80
9.0
1⁄2
0.2
1
3.5
Cutter Wheels
3.6
83165
472S
26212
74710
472C
58657
83150
468HWS
764
83145
468S
•
732
74700
468C
▲ ▲
83170
83085
466HWS
•
42390/34617
83080
466S
▲
820/364
74685
466C
Catalog Model Standard Blade
No.
No.
Pack
Exp.
33220
E-109
1
.360
•
44185
E-1032
6
.450
▲
▲
•
44190 E-1032S
6
.450
▲
▲
▲
33135
E-1962
1
.265
▲ ▲
▲
• ▲
33225
E-2632
1
.244
•
83140
E-3186
1
.680
▲ ▲
75557
E-4266
4
.665
▲ ▲
75572
E-2267
4
.400
▲ •
33105
F-3
12
.312 ▲ ▲
▲
▲
•
33110
F-3S
6
.312 ▲ ▲
▲
▲
▲
33115
F-119
1
.132 ▲ ▲
▲
▲
▲
33125
F-229
6
.411
▲ ▲
▲ •
•
33130
F-229S
6
.411
▲ ▲
▲
▲ ▲
75567
F-366
4
.375
• ▲
33145
F-367
1
.470
•
• •
33150
F-367-S
1
.470
▲
▲ ▲
33155
F-383
1
.265
▲
▲ ▲
33100
F-514
12
.312 • •
▲
▲
•
33120
F-515
6
.411
▲
▲ ▲
• •
75562
F-546
4
.433
▲ ▲
63297 AC-1586
1
.244
• Denotes Cutter Wheels furnished with original product. ▲ Denotes alternate Cutter Wheel.
472HWS
73162
74227
424CI
246/276
42370
32865
32900/74207
209
360
32860
208
424S
32895
68650
202
32850
6S
206
32840
4S
32870
32830
3S
32880
32820
2A
44S
32810
1A
42A
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Pipe Cutters
(Original Product)
Model
▲ ▲
• •
• ▲
• ▲ ▲ • ▲ ▲ •
▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲
▲ ▲
▲ ▲
▲ ▲
▲ ▲ • ▲ ▲ • ▲
▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲
•
▲
▲ ▲
▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲
▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲
▲
Application/Material
Cast Iron
Steel Pipe & Ductile Iron
S.S. Pipe
Grey Cast Iron
Cast Iron
Steel & Ductile Iron HW
Heavy Wall Steel
Cast & Ductile Iron
Steel & Ductile Iron
S.S. Pipe
Grey Cast Iron
Steel & Ductile Iron
S.S. Pipe
Steel Pipe
Steel & Ductile Iron
S.S. Pipe
Grey Cast Iron
Steel & Ductile Iron
Steel & Ductile Iron
Steel Pipe
Concrete Pipe
Reamers, Extractors & Taps
Pipe Reamers
• No. 2-S Spiral Ratchet Reamer – Self-feeding spiral design for extra-fast and easy hand reaming.
Model 2S Reamer is not suitable for power drive reaming.
• Nos. 2 and 3 Ratchet Reamers – Long taper design will not dig in. Suitable for use with power drives.
• No. 254 Spiral Ratchet Reamer – Hollow center reduces weight. Large pressure plate. Hardened alloy
steel cone removable for sharpening.
No. 2-S
No. 254
No. 283
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
34955
34945
34950
34960
2-S
2
3
254
Capacity
Description
in.
mm
lb.
1⁄4 -
6-50
3-50
9-75
62-100
71⁄4
7
111⁄2
14
2
2
3⁄8 - 3
21⁄2 - 4
Spiral Reamer
Straight Reamer
Straight Reamer
Spiral Reamer
Weight
1⁄8 -
kg
3.3
3.2
5.2
6.4
Std.
Pack
Replacement
Cone Cat. No.
1
1
1
1
35020
34975
35090
35135
Note: All reamers include handle.
Pipe Extractors
• RIDGID pipe extractors make easy work of removing broken threaded ends of pipe, pipe plugs
and fittings.
• Each is plainly marked showing drill size used when solid ends of plugs and fittings must be
drilled to receive extractor.
Individual Pipe Extractors
Catalog Model Catalog
No.
No.*
No.
35595
35600
35605
35610
35615
35620
35625
35630
35635
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
89
–
–
–
35640
35645
35650
35655
35660
35665
Part
No.*
Pipe Size
in.
mm
–
–
–
83E
84E
85E
86E
87E
89E
1⁄8
3
6
10
12
20
25
32
40
50
1⁄4
3⁄8
1⁄2
3⁄4
1
11⁄4
11⁄2
2
Length Overall
in.
mm
21⁄4
21⁄2
23⁄4
3
31⁄4
31⁄2
33⁄4
4
41⁄2
56
62
69
65
81
87
94
100
112
Use Drill
in.
mm
1⁄4
3⁄8
1⁄2
5⁄8
13⁄16
11⁄16
13⁄8
19⁄16
21⁄16
Weight
oz.
g
6
9
12
16
20
26
34
39
52
3/4
11/2
21/2
4
71/2
121/2
20
26
50
Std.
Pack
21
43
61
113
213
354
567
737
1417
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
*Pipe Extractors for Schedule 80 pipe
Pipe Extractor Sets
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
35670
35675
35680
35685
880
881
882
883
Capacity/Pipe Size
Weight
in.
mm
Set
Includes
- 1⁄2
- 3⁄4
1⁄4 - 1
1⁄8 - 1
3-12
6-20
6-25
3-25
Nos. 80 to 83 Inclusive
Nos. 81 to 84 Inclusive
Nos. 81 to 85 Inclusive
Nos. 80 to 85 Inclusive
1⁄8
1⁄4
oz.
g
8
16
28
28
227
454
794
794
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
Pipe Taps: Hand use only
• Made from carbon steel in right hand configuration only.
• These taps are especially suited for restricted area work.
• All taps have taper of 3⁄4" per foot.
Catalog
No.
35815
35820
35825
35830
35835
35840
35845
35850
35855
Model
No.
E-5112
E-5113
E-5114
E-5115
E-5116
E-5117
E-5118
E-5119
E-5120
Description
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Pipe Tap-NPT
Drill
Size
Nominal
Pipe Size
in.
mm
21⁄64
1⁄8
7⁄16
1⁄4
9⁄16
3⁄8
45⁄64
1⁄2
29⁄32
3⁄4
19⁄64
131⁄64
147⁄64
215⁄64
1
11⁄4
11⁄2
2
3
6
10
12
20
25
32
40
50
Threads
Per Inch
27
18
18
14
14
111⁄2
111⁄2
111⁄2
111⁄2
Weight
lb.
1⁄16
1⁄8
1⁄4
1⁄4
1⁄2
1
11⁄4
2
31⁄4
kg
0.03
0.06
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.5
0.6
0.9
1.5
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3.7
Power Pipe Cutters
Power Pipe Cutter / Model 258
21⁄2" to 8" Diameter Pipe
The RIDGID Model 258 Power Pipe Cutter cuts 21⁄2" to 8" schedule 10*/40
steel pipe, galvanized pipe, rigid conduit etc. at the job site or in the shop.
Powered by the RIDGID No. 700 Power Drive, the 258 is a displacement
cutter that provides square cuts. The operator controls the feeding rate
by pumping the hydraulic foot pump throughout the operation. A square
cut with minimal burr on either 21' or nipple lengths of pipe is achieved
quickly** without abrasive dust, sparks, or open flame. Also, the RIDGID
Pipe Roller for Beveling can be used to rotate the pipe while a second
operator uses a grinder to bevel the pipe. Some of the 258 advantages are:
• Square cut 21' or nipple lengths of pipe without effort.
• Easily cuts by displacing instead of removing pipe material.
• No abrasive dust, dangerous sparks, or open flame.
• Quickly cuts steel pipe with minimal burr.
• Great for cutting pipe for groove joining.
• Heavy-duty design is perfect for field or shop use.
• Adaptable for beveling.
Model No. 258
Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Cutting Capacity: Model 258 21/2" to 8" schedule.
10*/40 steel pipe.
Model 700 Power Drive.
Power Drive RPM: 33 (no load).
Weight: 105 lbs. (excludes No. 700 Power Drive, see page 4.15).
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
Model 700 ready for mounting on Model 258 Unit,
see page 4.15
3.8
One (1) RIDGID 774 Square Drive Adapter.
One (1) 81/2" HD Cutter Wheel Assembly.
One (1) Hydraulic Ram and Foot Pump.
Two (2) 21/2" to 12" Ball Transfer Pipe Supports.
*Use the thin cutter wheel for best results.
**Cutting time varies with pipe schedule and diameter.
Note: Models 258 and 258XL are not recommended to cut cast iron pipe.
For optimum wheel life always properly support the work piece with
pipe supports. (See pages 2.2 to 2.5)
Model 258 with Pipe Roller in use for beveling.
Two operators are recommended for this operation.
Model 258 Pipe Cutter with No. 700 Power Drive
in use for cutting.
Do not overfill the hydraulic pump on power pipe cutters. Excess oil
will purge out of seals on pump and ram – this is not a defect.
Power Pipe Cutter / Model 258XL
8"-12" Diameter Pipe
The RIDGID 258XL offers 8"-12" diameter pipe cutting capacity. Utilizing
displacement type cutter wheel technology, the patented design enables
larger diameter pipe to be cut to length. The 258XL also uses the RIDGID
700 Power Drive to rotate the heavy-duty cutter wheel. Now one person can
easily square cut 12" schedule 40 pipe in minutes.
Specifications
• Cutting Capacity: Model 258XL: 8"-12" schedule 10*/40 steel pipe.
• Model 700 Power Drive RPM: 33 (no load).
• Weight: 140 lbs. (excludes No. 700 Power Drive, see page 4.15).
Standard Equipment
• One (1) RIDGID 774 Square Drive Adapter.
• One (1) 81/2" H-D Cutter Wheel Assembly.
• One (1) Hydraulic Ram and Foot Pump.
• Two (2) 21/2" to 12" Ball Transfer Pipe Supports.
*Use the thin cutting wheel for best results.
Note: For optimum wheel life properly support the work piece with standard
pipe supports. (See pages 2.2 to 2.5)
Model No. 258XL
Ordering Information
Catalog
Model
Description
No.
No.
50767
258
21⁄2"-8" Pipe Cutter
58227
258-XL
8"-12" Pipe Cutter
Note: 700 Power Drive not included. For information on 700 Power Drive see page 4.15.
Pipe Support
Pipe Roller For Beveling
(Model 258 Only)
Accessories
66687
–
50812
58222
54397
60002
60007
61757
E-258
E258-T
–
258PS
–
–
81⁄2" H-D Cutter Wheel Assembly
(includes HD Cutter Wheel, hub w/pins, cover plate)
8½" H-D Cutter Wheel only
8½" Thin Wall Cutter Wheel Only (PVC and Steel)
Transport Cart
Pipe Support 21⁄2"-12"
Replacement Ball Transfer Head Set
Pipe Roller for Beveling (for Model 258 only)
Weight
lb.
kg.
105
48
140
63
13
5.9
2
2
24
7
51⁄2
13
1
1
11
3.1
2.5
6
Transport Cart
When using 258 and 258XL pipe cutters with long lengths of pipe, it is especially
important to properly support the pipe to prevent cutter wheel damage. Extra pipe
supports may be needed and the work area must be level.
3.9
Dry Cut Saw / Model 614
Saws
The Model 614 features carbide-tipped blades to cut different materials and geometric
configurations without cutting fluid. Cutting with the Model 614 generates no burr, abrasive
dust or heat, providing clean and fast cuts on steel, copper, plastic and wood. Either straight
or miter, the Model 614 offers the largest cutting capacity in its class.
Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Powerful 15 amp 2HP motor.
Miter cut up to 45˚.
Blade dimensions 14" x 80T x 00087" x 1".
Spindle lock.
Dust collector.
• Built-in maintenance tools.
• Exclusive quick-acting vise.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Standard Equipment
• One (1) dry cut saw with quick acting vise.
• One (1) 14" – 80 tooth blade (installed).
• Two (2) maintenance tools.
Model 614
Dry Cut Saw
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
71687
72862
Model
No.
614
614
Description
Dry-Cut Saw, 115V, 60Hz
Dry-Cut Saw, 230V, 60Hz*
Weight
lb.
47
47
kg
21
21
*Not for sale in the U.S. or Canada
Blades for RIDGID Models 614 and 590 Dry Cut Saws
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
71697
71692
Model
No.
–
–
Description
12" Carbide-Tipped Blade 60 Tooth
14" Carbide-Tipped Blade 80 Tooth
Weight
lb.
2
3
Model 614 Capacity
Cutting
Angle
90° Cuts
45° Cuts
3.10
Workpiece Geometry
51⁄8" O.D.
130mm
41⁄8" O.D.
105mm
33⁄4" x 7"
95mm x 180mm
31⁄3" x 4"
80mm x 100mm
43⁄4” x 43⁄4”
120mm x 120mm
43⁄4” x 43⁄4”
90mm x 90mm
kg
0.90
1.30
Abrasive Saw / Model CM1450
From pipe to angle iron, rebar to metal studs, the Model CM1450 can handle the work. The
CM1450 makes work easier and more productive with the comfortable D-grip handle and the
ability to make 45° cuts from right or left angles.
Benefits
• Heavy-duty cast iron base with non-slip rubber feet – Sturdy support during operation,
less vibration.
• D-Handle grip – Ergonomic handle maximizes user comfort.
• Die Cast aluminum motor housing with externally accessible brushes – Helps dissipate
heat; easy to replace worn brushes.
• Tool-less fence adjustment – Quick and easy fence adjustment for angle cuts.
• Arbor lock and arbor wrench included – Wrench is stored under the base for easy removal
of abrasive disk.
Specifications
•
•
•
•
Model CM1450
Abrasive Saw
Miter Capacity: 45° left / 45° right.
RPM: 3900.
Motor: 15 amp.
Abrasive Disk: 14" Diameter : 1" Dia. arbor hole, 3⁄16" thick.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
10888
42956
Model
No.
CM1450
–
Weight
lb.
kg
55
24.9
135⁄8
6.2
Description
14" Abrasive Chop Saw, 115V, 60Hz
Pack of 10 Abrasive Disks for Steel
Capacity: at 90° Cutting Angle
355mm (14”) Outer Diameter x Less Than 4.5mm (3⁄16”)
Thickness x 25.4mm (1”) Hole Diameter
Applicable Wheel
Dimensions
Workpiece
Configuration
(Cross-Section)
Maximum
Cutting Capacity
“a”
1⁄2"
(12.7mm)
a
a
1⁄2"
(12.7mm)
a
2"
(50.8mm)
Square or
Round
5"
a
a
5"
(127mm)
1⁄2" wall
(12.7mm)
thickness
41⁄2"
1⁄2"
(114.3mm)
1⁄2" wall
(12.7mm)
thickness
(12.7mm)
Solid
12.7mm
a
a
5"
(127mm)
3.11
Copper Cutting Prep
Machines
Model 122 Capacity
• Copper Tube: 1⁄2" - 2" (12mm - 60mm).
• Copper Fittings: 1⁄2" - 2" (12mm - 60mm).
Model 122XL Capacity
• Copper Tube: 1⁄2" - 4" (12mm - 120mm).
• Copper Fittings: 1⁄2" - 4" (12mm - 120mm).
These machines are designed to cut, clean, ream*, and debur 1⁄2 " to 4" copper tubing and
fittings quickly and professionally. Weighing only 50 pounds and 80 pounds, respectively, and
possessing a conveniently located carrying handle, the Models 122 and 122XL are ideal for
transport directly to the job site. Rugged cast aluminum housing and powerful 1⁄3 HP induction
motor assure long life.
Features
• Powerful, 1⁄3 HP induction motor drives rollers at 450 RPM (122), 300 RPM (122XL).
• Rugged O.D. Cleaning Brush cleans tubing quickly with minimal effort.
• Core Reamer easily removes turbulence-causing burrs.
• Cutting Handle adjusts to accommodate different tubing sizes.
• Cutter Wheel tested to over 10,000 cuts.
• Guide Rollers ensure a straight cut with no tracking.
• Large Carrying Handle for easy transport to the job site.
• Built-in 1⁄2"-Incremental Scale for quick, easy measuring.
• Fitting Brush Kit includes six brushes, storage rack and collet.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Model 122
Technical Specifications
• Motor: 1⁄3 HP, 115V, 60Hz Induction Motor.
• Switch: Toggle On/Off.
• Cutter Wheel: Model 2191 HD Wheel (122).
• Cutter Wheel: Model 122 SS (122XL).
• Roller Speed: 450 RPM (122), 300 RPM (122XL).
• Reamer: Single Flute Cone, RH, 1⁄2" to 2" (122).
• Reamer: Single Flute Cone, RH, 1⁄2" to 4" (122XL).
Standard Equipment
Model 122XL
The heavy-duty O.D. Cleaning
Brush cleans the outside diameter
of 1⁄2" or 2" copper tubing quickly
and easily.
The Inner Reamer removes
turbulence-causing burrs quickly
and effortlessly.
The optional fitting brush attachments
can be used to clean fittings fast.
The optional Debur Disk is used
to grind the O.D. edge to help
with tight fittings.
3.12
Model 122
Model 122XL
• One (1) O.D. Cleaning Brush.
• One (1) Core Reamer.
• One (1) Fitting Brush Storage Kit.
*Reams up to 2" in diameter
• One (1) O.D. Cleaning Brush.
• One (1) O.D. Deburring Disk.
• One (1) Core Reamer.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
93492
10973
122
122XL
Accessories
93717
93722
93727
93732
93737
93742
12638
12643
94682
46105
93747
93712
93707
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
36662
33175
33551
10343
42360
301A
2191
122SS
–
1206
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
115V Copper Cutting/Prep Machine 1⁄2"–2"
115V Copper Cutting/Prep Machine 1⁄2"–4"
50
83
22.68
37.65
1⁄2"
1⁄2
3⁄4"
1⁄2
3⁄4
0.24
0.26
0.27
0.29
0.77
0.79
0.79
0.82
0.44
0.57
0.95
2.63
1.39
Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)
Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)
1" Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)
1
1 ⁄4" Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)
11⁄2" Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)
2" Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)
21⁄2" Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)–122XL Only
3"-4" Fitting Brush (3 Per Pack)–122XL Only
O.D. Cleaning Brush
O.D. Debur Disk
Quick-Change Collet
Fitting Brush Holder
Fitting Brush Storage Kit Includes Mountable Storage Rack,
Quick-Change Collet, Spare Cutter Wheel,
and Brushes (1⁄2", 3⁄4", 1", 11⁄4", 11⁄2", 2")
Model 301A Foot Switch–120V
Cutter Wheel for Copper
Cutter Wheel for Copper and Stainless Steel
Wheel Pin for 33551 Cutter Wheel
1206 Stand
3⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
2
1
11⁄4
21⁄4
6
3
71⁄2
1⁄4
1⁄4
1⁄4
31
3.39
0.01
0.01
0.01
14.06
Tubing Cutters
Tubing Cutter Selection
Cutter
Close Quarters
Page No.
3.13
Constant Swing
3.14
Tubing & Conduit
3.15
Quick Acting
3.15
Plastic Pipe
3.16
Copper Cutting Machines
3.12
Material / Diameter
Copper
Steel / Stainless
Plastic / PVC
Aluminum
" - 1 1⁄8"
1⁄8" - 2 3⁄8"
1⁄8" - 3 1⁄8"
1⁄8" - 6 5⁄8"
1⁄8
" - 23⁄8"
1⁄8
" - 4"
1⁄2
Close Quarters Tubing Cutters
• Specifically designed for use in restricted spaces on small diameter, hard and soft copper,
aluminum, brass and plastic tubing; rollers include grooves for close-to-flare cuts.
• Strong, lightweight slide and wheel housing, large knurled feed screw knob gives easy
control of cutting pressure for clean cuts.
• The Model 117 and 118 include a self-feeding cutter wheel that automatically cuts after
tightening the knob only once.
• The Model 117 features a special knob for easier tightening of the feedscrew.
No. 117
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
Std.
Wheel
40617
32975
32985
97787
86127
101
103
104
117
118
Close Quarters Cutter*
Close Quarters Cutter
Close Quarters Cutter
Close Quarters Quick-Feed Cutter
Close Quarters Quick-Feed Cutter*
E-3469
E-3469
E-3469
E-3469
E-3469
Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
1⁄4-11⁄8
6-28
3-16
5-24
5-24
6-28
1⁄4
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
6
6
6
12
12
1⁄8-5⁄8
3⁄16-15⁄16
3⁄16-15⁄16
1⁄4-11⁄8
1⁄6
1⁄4
1⁄4
1⁄4
* Models 101 and 118 include spare cutter wheel in knob
No. 118
For best cutting results, change the cutter’s wheel pin at least
once for every two cutter wheel replacements
3.13
X-CEL™ Means Speed
Many of our most popular tubing cutters now include several X-CEL features to make your job quicker and easier.
• X-CEL Knob – cut tubing more quickly and easily with our larger, more ergonomic designs.
KNOB – for Quicker Cutting
• X-CEL Wheel Pin – change your cutter wheel quickly using our new ball detent design…no tool needed…no lost clips!
PIN – for Quicker Wheel Change
• Spare cutter wheels included for maximum uptime.
SPARE WHEEL IN KNOB
Constant Swing Cutters with New X-CEL Features
• Telescoping feed screw design keeps the cutter at the same length regardless of tubing
diameter – good for tight spaces.
X-CEL™ Knob = quicker cut
• Features an enclosed feed screw to eliminate clogging and jamming, grooved rollers for
close-to-flare cuts, and a fold-away reamer.
• Now includes X-CEL knob and X-CEL Pin for quicker cutting and wheel replacement.
• Made from high-strength zinc alloy.
• Spare cutter wheel included in the knob.
Spare wheel
included in knob.
X-CEL™ Pin =
quicker wheel change
No. 150
• Cuts copper, brass, and aluminum tubing and thin-wall conduit.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
Std.
Wheel
31622
31627
66737
66742
150
150
150-L
150-LS
Feed Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel(s)
Constant Swing Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel(s)
E-3469
E-4546
E-3469
E-4546
Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
1⁄8-11⁄8
3-28
3-28
3-35
3-35
7⁄8
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
6
6
6
6
1⁄8-11⁄8
1⁄4-13⁄8
1⁄4-13⁄8
7⁄8
7⁄8
7⁄8
Enclosed Feed Cutters
• Cuts copper, brass and aluminum tubing and thin-wall conduit.
• Both Enclosed Feed Cutters have a quick-acting mechanism for faster size adjustments.
• Spare cutter wheel.
Catalog
No.
33055
33070
No. 205
3.14
Model
No.
205
205
Description
Ratcheting Encl. Feed Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel(s)
Std.
Wheel
E-3469
E-4546
Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
1⁄4-23⁄8
6-60
6-60
13⁄4
13⁄4
0.8
0.8
1
1
1⁄4-23⁄8
Tubing & Conduit Cutters with New X-CEL Features
• Clean, square cuts are easily made on copper, brass, aluminum and thin-wall conduit.
• Now includes X-CEL Knob for quicker cutting.
X-CEL™ Knob = quicker cut
• Nos. 10, 15 and 20 feature a convenient fold-away reamer.
• No. 30 is rated for larger diameter steel and stainless steel tubing.
• No. 15-SI is especially designed for stainless steel tubing. Includes special roller bearings
and cutter wheel to make stainless cutting easier.
Spare wheel
included in knob.
No. 15
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
32910
32915
32920
32925
32930
32935
32940
32950
97212
10
10
15
15
20
20
30
30
15-SI
Description
Std.
Wheel
Screw Feed Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel
Screw Feed Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel
Screw Feed Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel
Screw Feed Cutter
Above w/H-D Wheel
Stainless Steel Cutter
F-158
E-1240
F-158
E-1240
F-158
E-1240
E-2558
E-2191
E-1525
Capacity
in.
1⁄8-1
1⁄8-1
3⁄16-11⁄8
3⁄16-11⁄8
5⁄8-21⁄8
5⁄8-21⁄8
1-31⁄8
1-31⁄8
3⁄16-11⁄8
Weight
mm
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
3-25
3-25
5-28
5-28
16-54
16-54
25-79
25-79
5-28
7⁄8
0.4
0.4
0.6
0.6
0.8
0.8
1.6
1.6
0.6
6
6
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
7⁄8
11⁄4
11⁄4
13⁄4
13⁄4
31⁄2
31⁄2
11⁄3
Quick-Acting Tubing Cutters with New X-CEL Features
• Models 151-156 feature a quick-acting design, I-beam construction, hardened wear surfaces and
thrust bearing slide assemblies for smooth operation.
• All Models now include an X-CEL Knob and X-CEL Pin for quicker cutting and wheel replacement.
X-CEL™ Knob = quicker cut
• These cutters are available in models for plastic pipe or metallic tubing.
• Models 151 and 152 feature fold-away reamers.
Spare wheel
included in knob.
X-CEL™ Pin =
quicker wheel change
No. 151
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
31632
31637
31642
31647
34572
36597
36592
31652
31657
31662
31667
151
151-P
152
152-P
152-P
153
153-P
154
154-P
156
156-P
Std.
Wheel
Description
Quick-Acting Cutter
Above w/Wheel for Plastic*
Quick-Acting Cutter
Above w/Wheel for Plastic*
Above w/Wheel for PVC
Quick-Acting Cutter
Above w/Wheel for Plastic*
Quick-Acting Cutter
Above w/Wheel for Plastic*
Quick-Acting Cutter
Above w/Wheel for Plastic*
E-3469
E-2155
E-3469
E-2155
E-5272
E-3469
E-2155
E-2558
E-2156
E-2558
E-2157
Capacity
in.
mm
1/4-15/8
6-42
/ -11/4** 10-40**
1/4-25/8
6-66
1/4-2**
10-63**
1/4"-2**
10-63**
32-90
11/4-31/2
1-3**
25-75**
48-116
17/8-41/2
11/2-4** 50-110**
100-170
4-6 5/8
4-6** 110-160**
1 8
Weight
lb.
/
/
17/8
17/8
17/8
2
2
3
3
41/8
41/8
7 8
7 8
kg
0.4
0.4
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.4
1.4
1.9
1.9
Standard
Pack
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
*Plastic models include spare cutting wheels for cutting copper
**Nominal Plastic Pipe Size
RIDGID Quick-Acting plastic cutter models are equipped to easily convert
to cut copper or other metallic tubing.
1.) Remove spare copper cutting wheel from knob.
2.) Reverse knob position so that the “Cu” notation is visible inside the knob.
3.) Screw knob back on to handle.
4.) Using the X-CEL Wheel Pin, you can quickly replace the existing plastic cutting wheel with
the copper cutting wheel. You’re now ready to cut copper, aluminum, and brass tubing.
5.) When you wish to revert to plastic cutting, follow the same instructions but make sure to
reposition knob so that “PE” and “PVC” notations are visible inside knob.
3.15
Tubing Cutters
Internal Tubing Cutters
• For trimming tubing below floor level for shower/floor drain installations, or above the ceiling for
sprinkler head installations.
• Model 106 features a tool steel and aluminum body while 108 and 109(P) have cast iron bodies.
• Each model features hardened steel rollers and cutter wheels.
• Model 109P is equipped to cut PVC or ABS plastic.
• Model 102 internal cutter features reamer type end for ease of entry into distorted or burred tubing,
and will cut lengths from 5/16"- 41/2" (8 mm-113 mm).
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
33005
106
Description
Capacity
Std.
Wheel
Internal Cutter
E-2558
in.
2-3 Nominal
/ -25/8 Depth
11/4-2 Nominal
1/4-13/4 Depth
21/2-4 Nominal
1/4-21/8 Depth
21/4-4 Nominal
1/4-21/8 Depth
1/2-3/4 Nominal
1 4
83240
108
Internal Cutter
E-2558
83290
109
2-Handle Internal Cutter
E-2558
83295
109-P
Above w/Wheel for Plastic
E-5299
32970
102
Lathe-Type Internal Cutter
E-983
No. 108
Weight
mm
kg
Standard
Pack
23/8
1.1
1
2
0.9
1
4
1.8
1
4
11/8
1.8
0.5
1
1
lb.
50-75
6-67
6-50
6-45
60-100
6-54
60-100
6-54
12-20
Plastic Pipe Cutters
Models 138 and 1493 Ratchet Cutters
• Designed for quick, clean cuts through plastic pipe and tube.
• These cutters feature compound leverage ratchet mechanisms and hardened steel blades.
• Model 138 offers one-hand operation.
• Do not use to cut plastic coated metallic tubing or pipe.
Models BK-100S and BK-125S Scissor Cutters
No. 138
• Easy-to-use tools that can cut most grades of plastic and rubber pipe and tubing,
including Sch. 40 PVC.
• Spring loaded handles provide instant adjustment to proper pipe size.
• “Burr-less” cutting operation provides a square cut.
• Replaceable stainless steel cutting blade folds into handle for safe handling and carrying.
• Small profile makes it ideal for limited working spaces and carrying in back pocket or tool pouch.
• Do not use to cut plastic-coated metallic tubing or pipe.
No. 1493
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
Std.
Wheel
91125
12831
73842
73847
138
1493
BK-100S
BK-125S
Plastic Pipe Cutter
Plastic Pipe Cutter
1" Plastic Pipe Scissors Cutter
11⁄4" Plastic Pipe Scissors Cutter
92170
22086
73852
73857
Capacity
in.
1⁄8-11⁄2 O.D.
1⁄8-23⁄8 O.D.
15⁄16
15⁄8
mm
3-38
3-60
32
42
Weight
lb.
11⁄4
21⁄2
0.4
0.4
kg
0.6
1.2
0.1
0.1
Standard
Pack
1
1
6
6
No. BK-100S & No. BK-125S
3.16
When using the BK-100 or 125 to cut Sch. 40 PVC, it is necessary to
rotate the cutter up and down at 90° while piercing through pipe.
Always use genuine RIDGID Cutter Wheels. These wheels are precision-machined from high-grade
steel and are engineered for long life and maximum cutting accuracy.
Cutter Wheels
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
33210
33165
33200
74720
74730
74735
33175
33170
83235
33205
33185
34695
33190
33195
33180
33160
88260
41852
96397
33551
E-702
E-1240
E-1740
E-2155
E-2156
E-2157
E-2191
E-2558
E-2880
E-2990
E-3469
E-3495
E-4546
E-5272
E-5299
F-158
E-10279
M-50
E1525
122SS
31667
33055
93492
10973
205
122
122XL
31652
31662
36592
154
156-P
36597
153-P
31657
31647
153
156
31642
152-P
154-P
31637
152
83290
109
151-P
83240
108
83295
33005
106
31632
31622
150
151
32975/32985/97787
103/104/117
109P
32955
40617/86127
40
101/118
20
32940
97212
32930
15-SI
32945
32920
15
30/133
32910
10
30P/133P
Catalog
No.
Tubing Cutters
(Original Product)
Model
No.
Replacement Cutting Wheels
Std. Blade
Pk. Exp.
1
12
1
1
1
1
6
6
1
1
12
1
6
6
6
12
1
1
1
1
.500
.162
.147
.286
.412
.500
.292
.220
.747
.112
.149
.290
.162
.290
.412
.149
.185
.250
.120
.292
Application
▲
▲ ▲
▲
▲ ▲ ▲
•
▲
▲
•
•
• • •
• • •
▲
• •
▲ ▲
•
•
• Denotes Cutter Wheels furnished with original product.
•
▲
Heavy Wall PVC, ABS
Steel - SS
▲
▲
▲
Soft Flexible Plastic
PE, PB, PP, Std. & Heavy Wall
•
•
•
▲
PE, PB, PP, Std. & Heavy Wall
•
PE, PB, PP, Std. & Heavy Wall
▲
•
▲
▲
• ▲ Steel Tubing
Aluminum & Copper
•
•
▲
PE, PB, PP, Std. & Heavy Wall
Steel, Aluminum & Copper
Aluminum & Copper
•
•
•
•
▲
▲
▲
▲
Aluminum
▲
▲
▲
▲
Steel - SS
▲
▲
PVC, ABS, Std. Wall
▲
▲
PVC, ABS, Std. Wall
Aluminum & Copper
▲
▲
Thin-Wall PVC
Muffler Tail Pipe
Stainless Steel
▲ • Stainless Steel
▲ Denotes alternate Cutter Wheel.
3.17
Inner-Outer
Copper Cleaning
Brush
• Combines tube cleaning and fitting brush into one hand tool.
• High carbon steel brushes quickly clean ½" or ¾" nominal tube and fittings in
preparation for soldering or brazing.
• Durable plastic construction designed for easy brush replacement.
Catalog
No.
34142
34147
Model
No.
Weight
Capacity
4100
–
I-O Copper Cleaning Brush
Replacement Brush Set
oz.
g
Standard
Pack
31⁄4
11⁄2
90.7
45.3
10
1
Accessories for No. 124 Copper Cleaning Machine
•
•
•
•
•
Cleaning Brushes: 13 internal, standard-duty wire for ½" – 4" fittings.
External Cleaning Brush and Deburring Cutter: For ½" – 2" fittings and ½" – 4" tube.
Reamer: Replaceable blade for ½" – 2" tube.
Accessories: No. 126 Facing Cutter – Replaceable hardened steel insert.
Fitting Brushes: Small internal brushes for refrigeration and air conditioning.
Standard-Duty
Brushes
Model
No.
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
47395
46425
46450
42295
126
E-6128
E-6212-X
D-1415
4" Facing Cutter
2" to 4" Brush Arbor
5" to 6" Brush Arbor
External Brush
Weight
lb.
kg
13/4
1/4
11/4
3/4
0.7
0.08
0.5
0.3
Brushes for No. 124 Machine
42245
42250
42255
42260
42265
42270
42275
42280
42285
42290
**42300
–
Weight
Description
E-5715
E-5720
E-5721
E-5722
E-5723
E-5724
E-5725
E-5726
E-5727
E-5728
**D-1545
–
oz.
/ " (10 mm) Fitting Brush
1/2" (13 mm) Fitting Brush
3/4" (19 mm) Fitting Brush
1" (25 mm) Fitting Brush
11/4" (32 mm) Fitting Brush
11/2" (38 mm) Fitting Brush
2" (51 mm) Fitting Brush
21/2" (64 mm) Fitting Brush
3" (76 mm) Fitting Brush
4" (102 mm) Fitting Brush
5" (127 mm) Fitting Brush
6" (152 mm) Fitting Brush
g
1
1
1
2
2
4
6
8
10
14
16
18
3 8
28
28
28
56
56
113
170
227
283
397
454
510
** Requires Brush Arbor Catalog No. 46450. See ordering information this page.
Conduit Sizing
Tool
No. 575 EMT Sizing Tool for Conduit
• Quickly resizes thin-wall conduit ends that have become deformed after installation.
• Tool can also be used for slight bending of ½" and ¾" conduit ends for alignment purposes.
• Hardened alloy steel resists wear.
Catalog
No.
36005
3.18
Model
No.
575
Capacity
½" (12 mm) and ¾" (19mm) EMT
Weight
lb.
13⁄8
kg
0.6
Standard
Pack
1
Reamers, Deburring Tools
No. 127 Inner-Outer Reamer
• Handy for quick, clean and easy I.D. reaming and O.D. beveling of 1/4" through
11/2" nominal water tube.
• Plastic construction with long-wearing alloy steel blades.
• Gives fast, professional reaming on copper, aluminum, brass and other types of tubing.
Catalog
No.
34965
Model
No.
Weight
lb.
g
Capacity
1⁄4" (6 mm) through 11⁄2" (37 mm)
Nominal Water Tube
127
1⁄4
Standard
Pack
113
1
No. 227 Inner-Outer Reamer
• 46 cutting edges on interior cone allow for fast, clean, inner reaming and outer deburring/beveling
of 1/2"-2" (12mm-54mm) copper and stainless steel tubing. Hardened steel construction.
Catalog
No.
95772
Model
No.
Weight
lb.
g
Capacity
1⁄2" (12 mm) through 2" (54 mm)
Copper and Stainless Tubing
227
11⁄4
Standard
Pack
560
1
Deburring Tools
• Deburring Tool for plastic pipe and tubing.
• Made of high-grade steel with specially-designed, long-lasting cutting edges.
• Slip-resistant vinyl hand grip.
• Ideal for removing outside ridges and inside burrs on plastic pipe and tubing.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Plastic Pipe
Capacity
Description
in.
Plastic Tubing
Capacity, I.D.
mm
in.
mm
Standard
Pack
35155
72
Deburring Tool
/ -11/2
12-40
/ -21/8
20-53
6
64962
73
Deburring Tool
11/2-3
40-76
–
–
6
64967
74
Deburring Tool
4
100
–
–
6
1 2
3 4
3.19
Threading
• Dependable heavy duty machines for maximum up-time, superior quality threads and minimal
threading time.
• Industry’s widest selection of hand and power threading equipment.
• Manual “hammer” type chuck and “auto-chuck” models.
Type
Manual Ratchet Threaders
Exposed Ratchet Threader Sets
Enclosed Ratchet Threader Sets
Ratchet and Handle Only
Three-way Pipe Threaders
Exposed Ratchet Bolt Threader
Carrying Case
Hand Threader Die Heads
Manual Threader Pipe & Bolt Dies
Manual Receding Threaders
Models 65R-7C & 65R-C
Pipe Dies for Geared Receding Threaders
Geared Receding Threaders
Power Threading w/ Geared Threaders
Models 141/161
Accessories
Threading Accessories
Thread Sealant
Cutting Oil
Oiler
Hand-Held Power Threaders
Model 600
Model 690
Model 700
Threading Machines
Model 300 Power Drive
Model 300 Complete
Model 535A Threading Machine
Model 535 Threading Machine
Model 1210 Threading Machine
Model 1215 Threading Machine
Model 300 Compact Threading
Machine
Model 1822-1 Threading Machine
Threader Stands
Optional Die Heads
Model 1224 Threading Machine
Die Heads for 1224
Pipe Dies for Machine Die Heads
Nipple Chucks/Adapters
No. of
Models
Pipe
Capacity (in.)
Page No.
6
1
1
3
2
7
–
–
½ – 1¼
½ – 1¼
–
½–1
¼–1
–
1⁄8 – 12
¼–2
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.5 – 4.7
4.7
6
10
1–2
2½ – 6
4.8
4.8
–
6
–
2½ – 6
4.9
4.10
6
5
13
4
–
–
–
–
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.12
2
– 1¼
–2
1⁄8 – 2
4.13
4.14
4.15
8
4
3
4
1
1
6
–2
–2
1⁄8 – 2
1⁄8 – 2
½–1
¼ – 1½
1⁄8 – 2
4.16
4.17
4.18 – 4.19
4.20 – 4.21
4.22
4.23
4.24
–2
–
1⁄8 – 2
¼–4
¼–4
1⁄8 – 2
–
4.25
4.26
4.27
4.28
4.29
4.30 – 4.32
4.33
3
1⁄8
1⁄8
1
4
5
8
4
–
–
1⁄8
1⁄8
1⁄8
4.1
Threader Selection
Pipe Threads (inches)
Manual
Ratchet
Threaders
Receding
Threaders
Hand-Held
Power
Threaders
Threading
Machines
Model
Page No.
00R
11R
12R
31-A Series*
65R
141
161
600
690
700
300
300 Compact
535A
535
1210
1215
1822-I
1224
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.3
4.8
4.10
4.10
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
4.24
4.18
4.20
4.22
4.23
4.25
4.28
Bolt Threads
NPT
BSPT
NPSM
BSPP
UNF
UNC
ACME
1⁄8-1
⁄ -1
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄8-2
1⁄2-1
1-2
2½-4
4-6
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
½-1½
1⁄8-2
¼-4
⁄ -1
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄2-2
1⁄2-1
–
–
–
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄2-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
–
–
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
–
3⁄8-1
1⁄4-2
1⁄2-1
–
–
–
3⁄8-1
1⁄4-2
1⁄4-2
¼-2
¼-2
¼-2
¼-2
–
–
¼-2
¼-2
1⁄4-2
1⁄4-2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
¼-2
¼-2
5⁄16-2
¼-2
–
–
¼-2
¼-2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
¼-2
¼-2
5⁄16-2
¼-2
–
–
¼-2
¼-2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
¾-13⁄8
¾-13⁄8
5⁄16-2
¾-13⁄8
–
–
¾-13⁄8
¾-13⁄8
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄8-2
1⁄2-1
1-2
2½-4
4-6
1⁄8-11⁄4
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
½-1½
1⁄8-2
¼-4
18
18
* Standard configuration but can use any 12R dies.
See page 4.12
4.2
Manual Ratchet Threaders
All matched Threader/Sets include Die Heads, Ratchet Assembly, Ratchet Handle and Alloy Dies. All Threader Sets use same 12-R Dies in Die Head.
Catalog No.
Capacity
Weight
Model No.
Exposed Ratchet Threader Sets
• No. OO-R: Capacity 1⁄8"-1"
NPT
BSPT
NPSM
36345
36355
36375
36480
36475
36505
65175
–
–
–
65255
65285
36380
–
–
–
36510
–
OO-R
OO-R
OO-R
12-R
12-R
12-R
in.
mm
lb.
kg
½-1
3⁄8-1
1⁄8-1
½-1¼
½-2
1⁄8-2
12-25
10-25
3-25
12-32
12-50
3-50
10
11¼
13¾
23¾
34¾
45½
4.5
5.1
6.2
10.8
15.8
20.7
• No. 12-R: Capacity 1⁄8"-2"
No. 11-R
Catalog No.
Capacity
Weight
Model No.
Enclosed Ratchet Threader Sets
• No 11R capactiy: 1⁄8" -1¼"
NPT
BSPT
NPSM
BSPP
36390
65135
–
–
Ratchet & Handle Only
11-R
in.
mm
lb.
kg
½-1¼
12-32
16
7.3
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
38540
37777
38550
38555
38540
OO-R
11-R
111-R
12-R
OO-RB
Desription
Ratchet & Handle Only
Ratchet knob indicates forward and reverse. Die heads snap in from both
sides and lock in place.
Three-Way Pipe Threaders
Each model cuts three thread sizes and uses 12-R ratchet threader dies.
See page 4.12
For die heads, see page 4.5-4.6.
For pipe and bolt dies, see page 4.7
Capacity
Weight
Model
No.
RH
Alloy
RH High
Speed
RH High
Speed for
in.
mm
lb.
kg
31-A NPT
31-A BSPT
31-A NPSM
36540
65320
36560
36550
–
–
36555
–
–
½, ¾, 1
½, ¾, 1
½, ¾, 1
12, 20, 25
12, 20, 25
12, 20, 25
10
10
10
4.6
4.6
4.6
4.3
Manual Ratchet Threaders
Exposed Ratchet Bolt Threader Sets
• No. OO-RB: Capacity ¼"-1"
• All matched threader sets include button die heads, ratchet
assembly (OO-R) and ratchet handle. Button dies can be
reversed to thread close to bolt shoulder or head.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
36680
36690
OO-RB
OO-RB
Catalog
No.
Carrying Cases
• Helps keep die sets organized.
38605
38610
38615
38620
38625
97375
21218
Description
Ratchet Bolt Threader
Ratchet Bolt Threader
Description
Metal Case
Metal Case
Metal Case
Metal Case
Metal Case (Holds 6 Die Heads)
Metal Case (Holds 9 Die Heads)
Plastic Case
No. Die
Heads
Complete
Thread
Type
10
10
UNC
UNF
Capacity
Range
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
¼-1
¼-1
6-25
6-25
20
20
9.1
9.1
Weight
Thread
Type
Length x Width x
Height
lb.
kg
OOR
OO-RB
111R
11R
12R
12R
12R
195⁄8 x 49⁄16 x 33⁄16
191⁄8 x 71⁄4 x 33⁄16
255⁄8 x 421⁄32 x 67⁄32
241⁄8 x 421⁄32 x 911⁄16
257⁄8 x 5 x 61⁄2
243⁄8 x 5 x 10
25 x 5 x 14
7½
7½
7¾
7¾
13
15
6
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.5
5.9
6.3
2.5
*Cases contain no die heads.
See page 4.12
4.4
Die Heads
Manual Threaders – OO-R, 12-R, 11-R & OO-RB
North American Standards
Model No. OO-R
(NPT)
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
High-Speed for Stainless Steel RH
(NPSM)
Alloy RH
Model No. 12-R
(NPT)
Alloy RH
High-Speed LH
High-Speed RH
High-Speed for Stainless Steel RH
High-Speed for PVC RH
High-Speed for Plastic Coated Pipe
Alloy for IMC RH
(NPSM)
Alloy RH
Model No. 11-R
(NPT)
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
High-Speed for Stainless Steel RH
(NPSM)
Alloy RH
Model No. OO-RB
(UNC)
Alloy RH
Alloy LH
(UNF)
Alloy RH
Alloy LH
⁄
Catalog No.
Nominal Pipe Size (in.)
3⁄4
1
18
⁄
14
⁄
38
⁄
12
11⁄4
11⁄2
2
36875
36935
36965
36880
36940
36970
36885
36945
36975
36890
36950
36980
36895
36955
36985
36900
36960
36990
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
36995
37000
37005
37010
37015
37020
–
–
–
37375
–
37465
37510
–
–
–
37380
–
37470
37515
83450
–
–
37385
–
37475
37520
83455
–
–
37390
37435
37480
37525
83460
51857
92690
37395
37440
37485
37530
83465
51862
92695
37400
37445
37490
37535
83470
51867
92700
37405
37450
37495
37540
83475
51872
92705
37410
37455
37500
37545
83480
51877
92710
37415
37460
37505
37550
83485
51882
92715
37555
37560
37565
37570
37575
37580
37585
37590
37595
37025
37095
37130
37030
37100
37135
37035
37105
37140
37040
37110
37145
37045
37115
37150
37050
37150
37155
37055
37125
37160
20923
20928
20933
20943
29048
20953
37165
1⁄4
20 TPI
37170
5⁄16
18 TPI
37175
3⁄8
16 TPI
37180
7⁄16
14 TPI
37185
1⁄2
13 TPI
37190
9⁄16
12 TPI
37195
5⁄8
11 TPI
20938
3⁄4
10 TPI
20958
7⁄8
9 TPI
1
8 TPI
37610
–
28 TPI
37710
–
37615
–
24 TPI
37715
–
37620
–
24 TPI
37720
–
37625
37675
20 TPI
37725
37775
37630
–
20 TPI
37730
37780
37635
–
18 TPI
37735
37785
37640
–
18 TPI
37740
37790
37645
37695
16 TPI
37745
37795
37650
–
14 TPI
–
37800
37655
–
14 TPI
37755
37805
All Die Heads complete come with selected dies and are set at the factory.
■ Die Heads require assembly with supplied dies.
All matched Threader/Sets include Die Heads, Ratchet Assembly, Ratchet Handle and specified Dies.
See page 4.12
For 418 Oiler, see page 4.12.
4.5
Die Heads
Ratchet Threaders – 00-R, 12-R, 11R
British & International Standards
Model No. OO-R
(BSPT)
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
Model No. 12-R
(BSPT)
Alloy RH
High-Speed LH
High-Speed RH
Alloy for JIS RH
(BSPP)
Alloy RH
Model No. 11-R
(BSPT)
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
(BSPP)
Alloy RH
⁄
Catalog No.
Nominal Pipe Size (in.)
1⁄2
3⁄4
1
18
⁄
14
⁄
38
11⁄4
11⁄2
2
65705
65765
65710
65770
65715
65775
65720
65780
65725
65785
65730
65790
–
–
–
–
–
–
65950
–
–
–
65955
–
–
–
65960
–
–
–
65965
–
66040
92585
65970
–
66045
92590
65975
66020
66050
92595
65980
–
66055
92600
65985
66030
66060
92605
65990
66035
66065
92610
–
49932
49937
49942
49947
49952
–
49962
49967
65550
–
65555
–
65560
65620
65565
65625
65570
65630
65575
65635
65580
65640
–
–
–
–
–
–
65680
65685
65690
65695
65700
–
–
British & International Standards
Model No. 11-R
(ISO)
Alloy RH
16 mm
Catalog No.
Nominal Pipe Size (in.)
20 mm
25 mm
32 mm
40mm
37025
37030
37045
37035
37040
All Die Heads complete come with selected dies and are set at the factory.
Die Heads require assembly with supplied dies.
All matched Threader/Sets include Die Heads, Ratchet Assembly, Ratchet Handle and specified Dies.
See page 4.12
4.6
Pipe Dies
OO-R, 11-R, 12-R, O-R, 11-R Ratchet Threaders
or 30A, 31A 3-Way Pipe Threaders
Die Material or Type
1⁄8-27
(NPT) National Pipe Taper
Alloy RH
37810
High-Speed RH
37855
High-Speed LH
–
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
37900
H.S. For PVC RH
–
*HS Reversible RH
–
*Dies can be reversed in die head for close to wall threading.
(NPSM) National Pipe Straight Mechanical
Alloy RH
37945
(API) American Petroleum Institute
High-Speed RH
70720
(BSPT) British Standard Pipe Taper*
1⁄8-28
Alloy RH
66110
High-Speed RH
66310
High-Speed LH
66405
*HS Reversible RH
–
*Requires British Die Head
(BSPP) British Standard Pipe Parallel*
Alloy RH
66190
*Requires British Die Head
ISO
International Standards Organization
Alloy RH
Requires 11R ISO Die Head
BEC
British Electrical Conduit (1)
Alloy RH
Requires 11R BEC Die Head
⁄ -18
⁄ -18
Catalog No.
Nominal Pipe Size – Threads Per Inch
1⁄2-14
3⁄4-14
1-11½
11⁄4-11½
11⁄2-11½
2-11½
37835
37880
38070
37925
70700
49717
37840
37885
38075
37930
70705
49722
37845
37890
38080
37935
70710
49727
37850
37895
38085
37940
70715
–
37965
37970
37975
37980
37985
1⁄2-14
66125
66325
66420
56342
3⁄4-14
66130
66330
66425
56347
1-11
66135
66335
66430
56352
11⁄4-11
66140
66340
66435
–
11⁄2-11
66145
66345
–
–
2-11
66150
66350
66445
56367
66205
66210
66215
66220
66225
66230
14
38
37815
37860
38050
37905
–
–
37820
37865
38055
37910
70685
–
37825
37870
38060
37915
70690
49707
37830
37875
38065
37920
70695
49712
37950
37955
37960
70725
70730
1⁄4-19
66115
66315
66410
–
3⁄8-19
66120
66320
66415
56337
66195
66200
16-1.5
76925
20-1.5
85830
Nominal Conduit Size in mm – Thread Pitch in mm
25-1.52
32-1.5
40-1.5
76305
85835
76315
⁄ -18
66155
⁄ -18
66160
⁄ -16
66165
12
58
34
Nominal Conduit Size – Threads Per Inch
1-16
11⁄4-16
11⁄2-14
66170
66175
–
Bolt Threaders Button Dies
OO-RB Ratchet Bolt Threaders,
or 31B, 33B, 35B, 37B 3-Way Bolt Threaders
Die Material or Type
(UNC) Unified National Course
Alloy RH
(UNF) Unified National Fine
Alloy RH
See page 4.12
1⁄4-20
38335
1⁄4-28
38385
5⁄16-18
38340
5⁄16-24
38390
3⁄8-16
38345
3⁄8-24
38395
Catalog No.
Rod Diameter – Threads Per Inch
7⁄16-14
1⁄2-13
9⁄16-12
5⁄8-11
38350
38355
38360
38365
7⁄16-20
1⁄2-20
9⁄16-18
5⁄8-18
38400
38405
38410
38415
3⁄4-10
38370
3⁄4-16
38420
7⁄8-9
38375
7⁄8-14
38425
1-8
38380
1-12
15317
For 418 Oiler, see page 4.12.
4.7
Manual Receding Threaders
No. 65R-TC
•
•
•
•
Threads 1"-2" pipe.
True centering workholder.
Jam-proof.
Right-hand only.
No. 65R-C
•
•
•
•
Threads 1"-2" pipe.
Jam-proof drive pawl.
Cam workholder sets instantly.
Right-hand only.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
36570
65345
96720
65R-TC
65R-TC
–
NPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
BSPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
Metal Carrying Case for 65R Series Threaders
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
36565
65340
96720
65R-C
65R-C
–
NPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
BSPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
Metal Carrying Case for 65R Series Threaders
Capacity
Nominal
Pipe Size
in.
mm
1-2
25-50
1-2
25-50
–
–
Capacity
Nominal
Pipe Size
in.
mm
1-2
25-50
1-2
25-50
–
–
Weight
lb.
27
27
8
Weight
lb.
25
25
8
Receding Threaders Pipe Dies For 65R-C &
65R-TC Ratchet Threaders
Catalog No.
Die Material or Type
(NPT) National Pipe Taper
(BSPT) British Std. Pipe Taper
1
1" Thru 2"-11 /2 TPI
1" Thru 2"-11 TPI
38100
38105
38110
*66450
–
–
High-Speed RH
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
H.S. For Cast Iron RH
* Requires BSPT Threader
(1) Requires NPSM Threader
(2) Requires BSPP Threader
Pipe Dies For 4PJ Geared Pipe Threaders
Catalog No.
(NPT) National Pipe Taper
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
Die Material or Type
High-Speed RH
H.S. For Cast Iron RH
3"-8
31/2"-8
4"-8
21/2"-8
3"-8
31/2"-8
4"-8
38220
38240
38225
38245
38230
38250
38235
38255
46732
–
46737
–
46742
–
46747
–
(BSPT) British Standard Pipe Taper
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
Die Material or Type
High-Speed RH
(NPSM) National Pipe Straight Mechanical (1)
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
21/2"-8
21/2"-11
3"-11
31/2"-11
4"-11
*66535
*66540
–
*66550
See page 4.12
4.8
kg
12.3
12.3
3.7
kg
11.4
11.4
3.7
Geared Threader Configurations
Power Threading with Geared Threaders – Nos. 141, 161 – Close couple method of threading.
700 Power Drive
Application for 141 and 161 Geared
Threader requires:
• 774 Square Drive Adapter (pg. 4.15)
• 460 TriStand (pg. 2.2)
• 418 Oiler (pg. 4.12)
300 Power Drive Front-Mount
700 Power Drive
300 Front-Mount
Application for 141 and 161 Geared
Threader requires:
• 1206 Stand (pg. 4.17)
• Pipe Support (pg. 2.4)
• 418 Oiler (pg. 4.12)
• 844 Drive Bar (pg. 4.10)
• 758 Loop – for 141 (pg. 4.10)
• 346 Support Arms – for 161 (pg. 4.10)
Application for 141 Geared Threader
requires:
• 844 Drive Bar (pg. 4.10)
• 768 Drive Link Assembly (pg. 4.10)
300 Compact Threading
Machine Rear-Mount
Application for 161 Geared Threader
requires:
• 840A Universal Drive Shaft (pg. 4.10)
• 460 TriStand (pg. 2.2)
• 418 Oiler (pg. 4.12)
300 Power Drive Rear-Mount
1822 Threading Machine
Front-Mount
Application for 141 and 161 Geared
Threader requires:
Applicaiton for 141 Geared Threader
requires:
• 1206 Stand (pg. 4.17)
• 460 TriStand (pg. 2.2)
• 418 Oiler (pg. 4.12)
• 840A Universal Drive Shaft (pg. 4.10)
• 241 Carriage Mount Kit (pg. 4.26)
535 Threading Machine
Front-Mount
pg. 4.10
535 Threading Machine
Rear-Mount (manual chuck only)
535 Rear-Mount
300 Compact Threading
Machine Front-Mount
1224 Threading Machine
Rear-Mount
Application for 161 Geared Threader
requires:
• 840A Universal Drive Shaft (pg.4.10)
• 460 TriStand (pg. 2.2)
• 418 Oiler (pg. 4.12)
Application for 141 and 161 Geared
Threader requires:
• 460 TriStand (pg. 2.2)
• 418 Oiler (pg. 4.12)
• 840A Universal Drive Shaft (pg. 4.10)
See page 4.12
4.9
Receding Geared Threaders
Nos. 141/161
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
141 threads 2½", 3", 3½", 4" pipe with one set of dies.
161 threads 4", 4½", 5", 6" pipe with one set of dies.
Jaw clutch prevents jamming.
Simple adjustment for tapered or straight threads.
Cam-type workholder sets instantly.
Fully enclosed gearing.
Right-hand only.
Catalog
Model
No.
No.
Description
36620
65380
36630
39380
96725
41620
141
141
161
D-1440
–
–
NPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
BSPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
NPT with 1 Set High-Speed Dies
Ratchet and Handle
Metal Carrying Case for 141 Geared Threaders
Gearhead Motor Grease
Capacity
Nominal Pipe
Size
in.
mm
21/2-4 62-100
21/2-4 62-100
4-6
100-150
–
–
–
–
–
–
Weight
lb.
93
93
158
91/2
17
1
kg
42.3
42.3
71.8
4.3
7.7
0.5
Geared Threader Accessories
No. 840A Universal Drive Shaft
A telescoping (41" to 50") drive shaft for operation of Nos. 141 and 161 geared
threaders with threading machines.
Geared Threader Operation
No. 346 Support Arms
The Nos. 141 and 161 geared threaders, in conjunction with these accessories, allow power
drives and threading machines to thread up to 4" and 6" pipe.
Weight
lb.
kg
42505
4
Adjustable Pipe Support (page 2.5)
23
10.4
61122
840A
Universal Drive Shaft
26
11.8
19366
758
Loop (300)
1¼
0.6
40005
346
Support Arms (300)
10½
4.8
42405
844
Drive Bar (300, 535M & old style)
5¾
2.6
42415
768
Drive Link Assembly (535, 535M & old style)
2½
1.1
97822*
–
Kit 141 on 535 Auto Chuck with High-Clearance Carriage
12
5.4
16723*
–
Kit 141 on 535 Manual Chuck with High-Clearance Carriage
12
5.4
*Kits include all accessories necessary for threading with a 141 mounted on a 535 with a high-clearance carriage.
Catalog
No.
No. 758 Loop
No. 46 Pipe Support
Model
No.
Description
No. 844 Drive Bar
See page 4.12
4.10
Pipe Dies
141 Geared Pipe Threaders
Catalog No.
Die Material or Type
(NPT) National Pipe
Taper
(BSPT) British
Standard Pipe Taper
1
High-Speed RH
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
H.S. For Cast Iron RH
H.S. For PVC RH
H.S. 371⁄2˚ Bevel
Beveling Dies
1
2 /2" Thru 4"-8 TPI
2 /2" Thru 4"-11 TPI
21/2" Thru 4"
38120
70640
38125
38130
–
*66625
*70645
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
38140
(NPSM) National Pipe Straight Mechanical – Use (NPT) Dies and Rotate Threader Guide Post 180°
(BSPP) British Standard Pipe Parallel – Use (BSPT) Dies and Rotate Threader Guide Post 180°
161 Geared Pipe Threaders
Catalog No.
Die Material or Type
(NPT) National Pipe
Taper
(BSPT) British
Standard Pipe Taper
4" Thru 6"- 8 TPI
4" Thru 6"-11 TPI
High-Speed RH
38155
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
70655
(NPSM) National Pipe Straight Mechanical – Use (NPT) Dies and Rotate Threader Guide Post 180°
(BSPP) British Standard Pipe Parallel – Use (BSPT) Dies and Rotate Threader Guide Post 180°
*66620
–
RIDGID Thread Sealants
RIDGID Gray and White proprietary formulas are NFS and UPC listed and approved for
potable water use. The non-toxic, lead-free formulas won’t harden or freeze, allowing
easy disassembly of joints without compromising thread integrity.
The Gray Sealant is a smooth extra-tacky paste that clings to the threads and provides a
leak-proof seal. RIDGID Gray Sealant prevents thread corrosion and is approved for use in
water, steam, air and natural gas, as well as in diluted acids, caustics, LPG and oil lines.
RIDGID Gray should be used on metal pipes only.
Gray (no Teflon)
Catalog
No.
84282
84287
84292
Description
1⁄2 pint can (brush-in-can)
1 pint can (brush-in-can)
1 quart can (brush-in-can)
White (with Teflon)
Catalog
No.
RIDGID White Sealant with ultra-fine Teflon particles allows for tighter seal with less
effort. The formula is not affected by oils, dilute acids or common solvents and can be
used on PVC, CPVC, ABS, nylon, polypropylene, polybutylene, delrin, cycolac, as well
as on metal pipes. RIDGID White Sealant should not be used on lines carrying oxygen,
halogens or liquid sodium.
Weight Per
Case
lb.
kg
71⁄2
3.3
26
11.79
26
11.79
84332
84337
Description
1⁄2
pint can (brush-in-can)
1 pint can (brush-in-can)
Weight Per
Case
lb.
kg
11
4.99
26
11.75
Note: Working pressure for all RIDGID® sealants is 125 p.s.i.
Teflon® is a registered trademark of E.I. Dupont de Nemours & Co.
See page 4.12
4.11
Cutting Oil
Thread Cutting Oil
• Cools threads and pipe during operation.
• Speeds metal removal.
• Improves thread quality.
RIDGID thread cutting oils are free of chlorine and other halogens, PCBs and heavy metals.
Complete material safety data sheet available.
Dark Oil – Traditional mineral oil with low odor and anti-mist formulation.
Nu-Clear ® Oil – Clear mineral oil with low odor and anti-mist formulation.
Special low temperature properties maintain workable viscosity to -20°F.
Extreme Peformance Oil – High performance mineral oil formulated to produce superior
quality threads on stainless steel and black pipe.
Container Size
U.S.
Catalog No.
Metric
Nu-Clear
Dark
1 Qt.*
0.94 L
41565
41590
1 Gal.
3.78 L
70835
70830
5 Gals
18.90 L
41575
41600
55-Gal Drum
207.90 L
41585
41610
16 oz**
0.38 L
–
–
*Flip-top included with every quart bottle. ** Aerosol can.
Oiler
Extreme
Performance
Weight
Per Case
Containers
Per Case
74007
74012
74047
76767
22088
lb.
12
6
1
1
12
kg
22
50
42
465
12
No. 418 Oiler
The new Model 418 hand-held oiler is sturdier than ever before. The 418's pump assembly
and heavy-duty reservoir are designed to increase productivity.
Pump Assembly
• 50% more oil per stroke than other hand-held oilers for longer die life.
• An ergonomic 2-finger trigger design that reduces user fatigue.
• Die cast, heavy-duty body with swivel nozzle with no exposed parts for longer life.
Heavy Duty Reservoir
• The new 418 oiler features a patent pending fastenerless twist and lock drip
pan that easily locks in place.
• The new material withstands abrasion, is lighter than metal and does not rust.
• The new reservoir will not crack or leak.
• New material is so strong that under normal use, no dents will form on impact
or shape changes will occur over time. As a result, the drip pan will fit squarely
on the reservoir time after time.
• Integral molded body eliminates leaks at the hose-reservoir connection.
• Convenient anti-slip grip design with integral hook for easy hanging.
4.12
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
10883
418
72342
402
72332
72327
#4
#4
Description
Hand operated oiler complete. Includes 1 gallon thread cutting oil,
reservoir with removeable chip tray, and 54" hose.
Hand operated oiler with attachment for 1 gallon and 5 gallon
containers and 54" hose.
Hand-operated oiler only.
Hand-operated oiler with 54" hose and hose fittings.
Weight
lb.
kg
201⁄2
9.4
21⁄2
1.2
11⁄4
21⁄4
0.5
1.0
Hand-Held Power Threaders
Model 600 Power Drive
• A hand-held, powerful, portable power drive.
• Features a reversible 115V or 220V universal motor.
• Capacity 1⁄8"-1¼" (3mm-32mm) pipe. Designed for RIDGID 11R die heads.
• Ideal for on-site applications such as gas line pipe installation.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
• Motor: 1⁄2 HP Universal 115V or 220V, 50-60 Hz.
• Switch: Heavy-duty paddle-type switch with safety lock off switch.
Separate FORWARD/REVERSE switch.
• Gear Housing: Aluminum.
• Body & Handle: Durable heavy-duty fiberglass reinforced plastic.
• Spindle Speed: 32 RPM (No load).
• Capacity: 1⁄8"-1¼" (3mm-32mm) pipe.
• Die Heads Included: ½, ¾, 1, 1¼ (Type 11R).
• Weight: 12½ lbs. (5½ kg) power Drive only.
• Length: 20 in. (51 cm).
No. 601 Support Arm
(Standard Equipment)
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
36902
36912
36932
Accessories
72337
34497
20826
41620
92082
600
600
600
115V Only w/Case
115V ½"-1¼" NPT w/Case and Support Arm
220V ½"-1¼" NPT w/Case, Export
Weight
lb.
kg
26
11.8
36
16.4
36
16.4
418
601
–
–
–
Oiler with 1 gallon of Nu-Clear Thread Cutting Oil
Support Arm
Carrying Case
Gearhead Motor Grease
15⁄16 Square Adapter
20½
3
12
1
–
Description
9.4
1.36
5.5
0.5
–
For 11R Die Heads, see page 4.5.
For Dies, see page 4.7.
4.13
Model 690 Power Drive
The 690 Power Drive is a new lightweight and powerful hand-held power drive. The 690
Power Drive is designed for threading 1⁄8" - 2" pipe with the use of 11-R Die Heads. It
comes equipped with a full set of 11-R Die Heads, ½" - 2", the 691 Support Arm and a
durable Carrying Case. The 690 Power Drive is the perfect lightweight and portable power
drive for maintenance and repair workers, as well as service plumbers requiring 2" pipe
capacity.
• Capacity: 1⁄8" - 2" (3 - 51 mm) pipe.
• Weight: 19 lbs. (8.6 kg), Power Drive Only.
• Length: 24 in. (61 cm).
• Motor: Universal 1020 Watt, 230 or 115 volt, 50-60 Hz.
• Switch: Heavy-duty paddle switch with safety lock-off device (automatically locks off
when released). Separate FORWARD/RELEASE switch.
• Gear Head: Spur gear reduction/face gear drive. All shafts, ball and needle bearing
mounted. Permanently lubricated gear housing.
• Gear Housing: Die cast aluminum
• Body & Handle: Durable, heavy-duty, fiberglass-reinforced, industrial plastic.
• Spindle Speed: 32 RPM.
• Die Heads: ½", ¾", 1”, 1½", 2" (type 11-R).
Optional Carrying Case
• Support Arm: No. 691.
• Die Head Adapter: Used with 1⁄8” through 1¼" die heads.
• Carrying Case.
No. 691 with Support Arm
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
16013
16708
16718
690
690
690
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
10883
43292
44897
39187
16703
72037
––
418
691
––
––
425
460
––
Weight
Description
115V ½"-2" 25-60 NPT with Case & Support Arm
115V Kit Less Die Heads with Case & Support Arm
220V ½"-2" 25-60 NPT with Support Arm, Export
kg
521⁄2
35
521⁄2
24
15.8
24
Weight
Accessories Description
Oiler with 1 Gallon Nu-Clear Oil
Support Arm
Carrying Case
Die Head Adapter
1⁄8"-2½" Tristand Chain Vise
1⁄8"-6" Tristand Chain Vise
1⁄8"-1¼" 11-R Die Heads (See pages 4.5-4.7)
For Die Heads, see page 4.5.
For Dies, see page 4.7.
4.14
lb.
lb.
kg
17
41⁄2
171⁄2
––
32
47
––
7.7
2.0
8.0
––
14.5
21.0
––
See page 4.12
Model 700 Power Drive
• Heavy-duty hand-held power drive.
• Features reversible 115V or 230V universal motor.
• Capacity 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm) pipe. Designed for RIDGID No. 12R die heads.
Other RIDGID die heads (OOR, OORB, 11R) using adapters, threading 2½" through 6"
(62mm-150mm) with 141/161 geared threaders.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
Motor: Universal, ½ HP, 115V or 230V 25-60 Hz.
Switch: Double-throw reversible.
Gear Head: All-spur gear reduction. Spring-loaded adapter pawl.
Hardened steel spindle gear.
Body: Cast aluminum.
Spindle Speed: 32 RPM (no load).
Capacity: 1⁄8"-2" Pipe (30mm-50mm)
¼"-1" (6mm-25mm) Bolt (using OO-RB)
Weight: 25 lbs. (11 kg) Power Drive only.
Length: 28¼" (71.7 cm).
Optional Carrying Case
No. 700 Suppport Arm
See page 4.12
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
41935
41940
700
700
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
42600
42605
42610
42615
42620
42625
42950
10883
41620
770
771
772
773
774
775
B-171-X
418
–
Description
115V 25-60 Hz Only
230V 25-60 Hz Only
Pipe Threading
Capacity
Rod Threading
Capacity
Max. Geared
Threader Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
⁄ -2
1⁄8-2
3-50
3-50
¼-1
¼-1
6-25
6-25
6
6
150
150
31
31
14
14
18
Weight
Accessories Description
Adapter for OO-R and OO-RB
Adapter for O-R
Adapter for 11-R
Adapter for 111-R
Square Drive Adapter - 15⁄16"
Support Arm for No. 700
Metal Carrying Case for No. 700 and Accessories
Oiler w/1 Gal. Nu-Clear Thread Cutting Oil
Gearhead Motor Grease
lb.
kg
33⁄8
33⁄8
3½
3
5¼
11
29
20½
1
2
2
2
1
2
5
13
9.4
0.5
Use the 700 Support Arm to help resist torques developed
when threading pipe greater than 1" in diameter.
4.15
Power Threading Machines
Model 300 Power Drive
•
•
•
•
•
•
RIDGID speed chuck.
Reversible ½ HP universal motor.
Capacity: 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm) pipe, 2¼"-4" with 141, and 4"-6" with 161 Geared Threaders; ¼"-2" (6mm-50mm) rod.
Recessed On/Off/Reverse switch.
CSA approved.
Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
• Motor: ½ HP, universal, reversible motor, single-phase, 25-60 Hz, 115V (230V available).
• Switch: Heavy-duty FOR/OFF/REV and Integral Foot Switch.
• Chuck: RIDGID speed chuck with replaceable rocker-action jaws.
• Spindle Speed: 38 RPM (57 RPM available).
• Rear Centering Device: Cam-action turns with chuck.
• Support Bar: Heavy-duty (2).
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
15682
15722
41855
75075
41860
75435
97415
97420
300 Complete
300 Complete
300 Only
300 Only
300 Only
300 Only
300A Complete
300A Complete
Description
115V, 25-60 Hz (NPT)
115V, 25-60 Hz (NPT)
115V, 25-60 Hz
115V, 25-60 Hz
230V, 25-60 Hz
230V, 25-60 Hz Export
230V, (NPT) Export
230V, (BSPT) Export
Spindle
Speed
RPM
38
57
38
57
38
38
38
38
Pipe Threading
Capacity
Rod Threading
Capacity
Max. Geared
Threader Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
⁄ -2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
1⁄8-2
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
¼-2
¼-1½
¼-2
¼-1½
¼-1½
¼-2
¼-2
¼-2
6-50
6-40
6-50
6-40
6-40
6-50
6-50
6-50
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
212
212
94
94
94
94
202
202
96.2
96.2
43.0
43.0
43.0
43.0
91.6
91.6
18
Other voltages available upon request. Export machines equipped with special power cord sets.
300A Complete consists of 300PD, 1206 Stand, 311A Carriage, 341 Reamer, 360 Cutter, 330 Oil Pan, 811A Die Head with 1⁄2"-3⁄4" and 1"-2" Universal Dies.
See page 4.12
4.16
1
2
Model 300 Complete
Convert your 300 Power Drive into a portable threading machine. Add these
accessories for enhanced field performance.
1 – Die heads and dies for use with 300 Power Drive with 311 carriage.
(see page 4.27)
2 – No. 360 Cutter: Capacity: 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm) pipe, ¼"-7⁄8"
(6mm-2mm) rod with F-3 wheel, 5⁄16"-1" (8mm-25mm) with E-1032
cutter wheel.
3
4
3 – No. 341 Reamer: Positive-locking, 5-flute cone, right-hand 1⁄8"-2"
(3mm-50mm). Special E863 RH/LH combination reamer cone available.
4 – No. 311 Carriage with lever.
5 – No. 1206 Stand or Transporter.
5
•
•
•
•
No. 1452 Clip-On Tool Tray.
No. 418 Oiler. (see page 4.12)
No. 819 Nipple Chuck. (see page 4.34)
No. 32 Transporter.
Add a No. 304 retrofit kit to convert the 300 power drive to automatic oiling:
•
•
•
•
•
•
No. 32 Transporter
See page 4.12
1452 Tray
Gear head assembly with oil pump
Oil pan assembly
Oil spout
Support bar
Necessary connectors
One gallon of Nu-Clear thread cutting oil
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
42360
83540
42575
68815
42385
10883
42365
42370
97065
97075
51005
42380
97345
97350
97365
46660
41620
1206
1206
32
311
312
418
341
360
811A
815A
819
1452
304*
304*
–
E-863
–
Accessories Description
Stand for 300 Power Drive
Stand for 300 Power Drive Export
Transporter (for Power Drives and Tristand Vises)
Carriage with No. 312 Lever
Carriage Feed Lever
Oiler with 1 gallon of Nu-Clear Thread Cutting Oil
Reamer for No. 311 Carriage with Lever
Cutter for No. 311 Carriage
Universal Q.O. Die Head Only, Right-Hand Only
Self-Opening Die Head Only, Right-Hand Only
Nipple Chuck Complete, 1/2"-2" (12mm-50mm)
Clip-On Tool Tray
Retrofit Kit (38 rpm)
Retrofit Kit (57 rpm)
Jaw Inserts for Coated Pipe
LH/RH Reamer Cone
Gearhead Motor Grease
Weight
lb.
kg
31
14.1
31
14.1
14¼
6.5
15
6.8
3
1.4
20½
9.4
7
3.2
8½
3.9
12½
5.7
13½
6.1
101½
4.8
6
2.7
37¾
17.1
37¾
17.1
½
0.2
7
3.2
1
0.5
For Die Heads, see page 4.30.
For Dies, see page 4.31-4.32.
4.17
Model 535A Automatic
Threading Machine
Capacities
• Pipe: 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm) 21⁄2"-4" (62mm-100mm) with
141 geared threader.
• Bolt: 5⁄16"-2” (8mm-50mm).
The Model 535A maintains the ruggedness of the industry
workhorse while adding features that make the threading operation more productive. A large chip tray and oil reservoir make the
535A ideal for longer uninterrupted threading. The 535 features a
high clearance carriage that makes the threading operation easier
and a generous top cover area that is ideal for keeping tools
and work related materials handy. The 535A is designed around
maximum uptime with the upgrades that matter most to the pipe
working professional. Users also benefit from the part
commonality between the 535, the 535A Automatic and
other RIDGID equipment.
Features
• Automatic chuck.
• 3-speed (16/46/58 RPM) transmission.
• Large 1.75 gallon oil reservoir.
• 100% greater chip tray capacity.
• Generous top cover area for keeping tools and fittings handy.
• High clearance carriage.
• Can be used with geared threader Model 141.
• Uses Model 816/817 semi-automatic, Model 815A self opening
or Model 811A quick-opening die heads.
• Length gauge for quick, accurate cut-off.
535A with optional 200A Machine Stand
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
• Motor: 2 HP, single-phase, 115V, 60 Hz, 20 Amp reversible
induction motor.
• Switches: FOR/OFF/REV and Integral safety foot switch.
Standard Equipment
Model No. 535A automatic threading machine with
foot switch.
• One (1) No. 811A universal, quick-opening die head
(for models 816/817 die heads).
• One (1) No. 341 reamer.
• One (1) No. 820 cutter.
• One (1) set 1⁄2"-3⁄4" universal high-speed dies.
• One (1) set 1" - 2" universal high-speed dies.
• One (1) gallon stainless steel premium oil.
• Two (2) hex wrenches.
• One (1) spare E-1032 cutter wheel.
• Chuck: automatic with four reversible forged jaws.
• Rear Centering Device: automatic, centering only.
• Cutters: self-centering, full-floating. Two models available:
– One (1) Standard. No. 820 Wheel-Type Cutter, pipe capacity
1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm), bolt capacity 1⁄4"-1" (6mm-25mm).
– Two (2) Optional. No. 821 Blade-Type cutter, pipe capacity
1⁄2"-2" (12mm-50mm). See ordering chart.
• Spindle Speed: 3 speed 16/46/58 RPM.
• Reamer: 5-flute cone, RH, 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm).
• Oil Pump: self-priming gerotor oil pump.
• RH/LH combination reamer available.
See page 4.12
4.18
Model 535A Standard Machines
Catalog
No.
91142
84097
91322
Description
115V 25-60 Hz
Model
No.
535A
535A
535A
Automatic Machine only
1⁄2"-2" NPT Automatic
1⁄2"-2" NPT Automatic
Cutter
Model
RPM
Chuck
Die Head
820
820
820
16/46/58
16/46/58
16/46/58
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic
–
811A
816/817
Volt
115V
115V
115V
Weight
lb.
kg
340
350
360
155
159
163
Machines listed as 1⁄2"-2" include standard equipment. Machine only includes standard equipment
less all die heads and dies. Please use catalog item numbers. when ordering.
Machine Stands
Model 535A Machine Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
42365
42390
92457
92462
92467
51005
41620
35867
97882
12138
42485
42490
97065
97075
23282
97070
97080
97045
97050
84537
84532
341
820
100A
150A
200A
819
–
839
535A
535A
4U
6U
811A
815A
842
811A
815A
531
532
816
817
No. 100A
Description
Reamer
Wheel-Type Cutter
Universal Leg & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Cabinet Stand
Nipple Chuck Complete 1⁄2"-2"
Gearhead Motor Grease
Adapter Kit for 819 Nipple Chuck
141 Mounting Kit
Left Hand Threading Kit
Die Head Rack
Die Head Rack
NPT Die Head Quick-Open R.H.
NPT Die Head Self-Open R.H.
NPT Die Head Quick-Open L.H.
BSPT Die Head Quick-Open R.H.
BSPT Die Head Self-Open R.H.
Bolt Die Head Quick-Open R.H./L.H. 1⁄4"-1"
Bolt Die Head Quick-Open R.H./L.H. 11⁄8"-2"
1⁄8"-3⁄4" Semi-Automatic Die Head
1"-2" Semi-Automatic Die Head
Weight
lb.
kg
63⁄4
81⁄2
75
103
104
101⁄2
1
161⁄2
12
21⁄2
81⁄2
121⁄2
121⁄2
13
121⁄2
121⁄2
13
7 1⁄2
9
13
13
3.1
3.9
34.5
46.7
74.5
4.8
0.5
7.5
5.4
1.2
3.9
5.7
5.7
5.9
6.7
6.7
6.9
3.4
4.1
5.9
5.9
Note: Mono Die Heads available, 1⁄8", 1⁄4", 3⁄8", 1⁄2", 3⁄4", 1", 11⁄4", 11⁄2", 2". All Die Heads are through-head oiling.
Dies: All Universal Pipe and Bolt Dies; all 500B Bolt Dies, See pages 4.30-4.32.
Steel Cabinet Features
No. 150A
•
•
•
•
•
17-gauge steel walls and welded construction.
Two (2) internal and one external storage shelves.
Oversized bi-fold door with steel clasp.
Cut-outs for power cord and foot switch storage.
Two (2) drain plugs for easy cleaning.
No. 200A with Steel Cabinet
See page 4.12
Use High Speed Dies when threading at 45 RPM or greater.
4.19
Model 535 Threading
Machine
Capacities
• Pipe: 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm) 21⁄2"-4" (62mm-100mm),
4"-6" (100mm-150mm) with 141 and 161 geared threaders
• Bolt: 1⁄4"-2" (6mm-50mm)
The Model 535 maintains the ruggedness of the industry workhorse while adding the features that makes the threading operation more productive. A large chip tray and oil reservoir make the
535 ideal for longer uninterrupted threading. The 535 features a
high clearance carriage making the threading operation easier and
a generous top cover area that is ideal for keeping tools and work
related materials handy. The 535 is designed around maximum
uptime with the upgrades that matter most to the pipe working
professional. Users also benefit from the part commonality
between the 535, the 535A Automatic and other RIDGID
equipment.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
Model 535
•
•
•
•
•
Large 1.75 gallon oil tray.
100% larger chip tray.
Generous top cover for keeping tools and fittings handy.
High clearance carriage.
Speed chuck with rocker-action jaws centers and grips work
piece instantly.
Can be used with geared threaders Models 141 and 161.
Uses Model 816/817 semiautomatic, Model 815A self-opening
or Model 811A quick-opening die heads.
Length gauge for quick, accurate cut-off.
CSA approved.
Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
Standard Equipment
Model No. 535 threading machine with foot switch:
• One (1) No. 811A universal quick opening die head.
• One (1) No. 341 reamer.
• One (1)No. 820 cutter.
• One (1) set 1⁄2" - 3⁄4" universal alloy dies.
• One (1) set 1" - 2" universal alloy dies.
• One (1) gallon premium oil.
• Four (4) hex wrenches.
• One (1) spare E-1032 cutter wheel.
• Motor: 1⁄2 HP, single-phase, 115V, 25-60 Hz, 15 amp reversible
universal motor.
• Switches: FOR/OFF/REV and Integral safety foot switch.
• Chuck: Speed Chuck™ with replaceable rocker-action jaw
inserts (3).
• Rear Centering Device: Cam-action, turns with chuck.
• Cutters: Self-centering, full-floating. Two models available:
– One (1) Standard. No. 820 Wheel-Type Cutter, pipe
capacity 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm), bolt capacity 1⁄4"-1"
(6mm-25mm).
– Two (2) Optional. No. 821 Blade-Type cutter, pipe capacity
1⁄2"-2" (12mm-50mm). See ordering chart.
• Spindle Speed: 36 RPM standard (no load), 54 RPM model also
available.
• Reamer: 5-flute cone, RH, 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm).
• Oil Pump: Self-priming gerotor oil pump.
• RH/LH combination reamer available.
4.20
Always use high quality, clean oil for the best
thread results.
See page 4.12
Model 535 Standard Machines
Catalog
No.
Description
115V 25-60 Hz
Model
No.
1
93287
96497
96502
535
535
535
/2"-2" NPT
Machine Only
1
/2"-2" NPT
96507
535
1
Weight
Cutter
Model
RPM
820
820
820
36
36
54
115V
115V
115V
260
245
260
117.9
111.1
117.9
820
36
230V
260
117.9
Cutter
Model
RPM
Volt
820
36
230V
Volt
lb.
kg
230V 25-60 Hz
Machine Stands
/2"-2" NPT
Model 535 International Standard Machines
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
96512
535
Description
230V 25-60 Hz Models
1
/2"-2" BSPT
Weight
lb.
kg
256
116.6
Machines Listed as 1/2"-2" include Standard Equipment. Machine Only includes Standard Equipment less all Die Heads and Dies.
All machines have 25-60 Hz Universal 1/2 HP single-phase motors.
Note: NPT Dies are for NPT Die Heads only. BSPT Dies are for BSPT Die Heads only.
Please use Catalog Item Nos. when ordering. Use High Speed Dies for machines of 54 or more RPM.
Accessories
No. 100A
• Die Heads and Dies (page 4.30-4.32.)
• Die Head Racks (page 4.27)
• Stands – Three Models Available
• Thread Cutting Oil (page 4.12)
• Nipple Chuck (page 4.33)
Model 535 Machine Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
42365
42390
42395
97365
92457
92462
92467
58007
96517
42415
16723
42405
51005
84537
84532
41620
341
820
821
–
100A
150A
200A
–
MJ-1
768
4135
844
819
816
817
–
No. 150A
Weight
Description
Reamer
Wheel-Type Cutter
Blade-Type Cutter
Jaw Inserts for Coated Pipe
Universal Leg & Tray Stand*
Universal Wheel & Tray Stand*
Universal Wheel & Cabinet Stand*
Machine stand adapter bracket for 535’s built before 1996.*
535M Left Hand Threading Kit
Drive Link Assembly for 141
Drive Link Assembly for High Clearance Carriage for 141
Drive Bar for 141
Nipple Chuck Complete 1⁄2"-2"
1⁄8"-3⁄4" Semi-Automatic Die Head
1"-2" Semi-Automatic Die Head
Gearhead Motor Grease
lb.
63⁄4
81⁄2
133⁄4
1⁄2
75
103
104
17
31⁄2
21⁄2
12
53⁄4
101⁄2
13
13
1
kg
3.1
3.9
6.2
0.2
34.5
46.7
74.5
7.7
1.6
1.1
5.5
2.6
4.8
5.9
5.9
0.5
*To attach a pre 1996 Model 535 to a Model 100A, 150A, or 200A Stand, a #58007 Adapter Kit must be used.
Steel Cabinet Features
•
•
•
•
•
17-gauge steel walls and welded construction.
Two (2) internal and one external storage shelves.
Oversized bi-fold door with steel clasp.
Cut-outs for power cord and foot switch storage.
Two (2) drain plugs for easy cleaning.
No. 200A with Steel Cabinet
See page 4.12
4.21
Model 1210 Oil-less
Threading Machine
Capacity
Pipe: 1⁄2" – 1" (12-25mm)
The RIDGID Model 1210 Oil-less Threading Machine offers an unbeatable
combination of portability and clean operation in a rugged package designed
for jobsite threading. With the Model 1210, you can thread virtually anywhere: in basements, on rooftops, even in finished rooms! Thread where you
install and save time and effort.
Features
• Oil-less operation provides clean, cool, virtually dry thread.
• Light-weight, portable design – only 59 lbs.
• Oil-less Gold Dies™ produce superior quality threads.
• Self-contained with all the tools needed to cut, ream and thread.
• Compact foot switch with integral storage clip.
• Two carrying handles.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
No Oil
Motor: 1⁄2 HP, 115V universal 25-60 Hz.
Motor Control: Heavy-Duty Toggle ON/OFF with integral Foot Switch.
Spindle Speed: 25 RPM right hand operation.
Chuck: Hammer-type with replaceable inserts; cam action rear chuck.
Coolant System: Through-the-head with integral coolant reservoir;
self-priming gerotor pump; 20 oz. reservoir capacity.
• Cutter: Model 354.
• Reamer: Model 334.
Model 1210
Catalog
No.
Standard Equipment
Model 1210 Oil-less Threading Machine with Foot Switch.
• One (1) Model 610 Quick-Open Die Head.
• One (1) Model 334 Reamer.
• One (1) Model 354 Cutter with Cutter Wheel.
• One (1) Set 1⁄2"-3⁄4" Oil-less Gold Dies.
• One (1) Set 1" Oil-less Gold Dies.
• One (1) Quart Thread Cutting Coolant.
4.22
Machines
67872
Die Heads
67817
Dies
67807
67812
Coolant
67827
Stands
67822
Lubricant
41620
Model
No.
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
1210
1⁄2"
- 1" NPT, 115V, 25-60 Hz
59
26.8
610
1⁄2"
- 1" NPT, Quick-Opening, RH
11
5.0
–
–
1⁄2" - 3⁄4" NPT Oil-less Gold, RH
1" NPT Oil-less Gold, RH
1
1
0.5
0.5
–
1 Qt. Thread Cutting Coolant
2
0.9
Folding Stand
12
5.5
Gearhead Grease
1
0.5
120
–
Call for BSPT and 230V Models.
Please Note: The Model 1210 is warranted for use only with RIDGID Thread
Cutting Coolant and RIDGID Oil-less Gold Dies. RIDGID Thread Cutting Coolant
and RIDGID Oil-less Gold Dies are not for use with any other RIDGID threading
equipment.
Model 1215 Threading
Machine
Capacities
Pipe: 1⁄4"-11⁄2" (6mm-37mm).
Bolt: 5⁄16"-1" (6mm-25mm).
Features
• Compact, lightweight design.
• One-piece aluminum housing.
• Two easy-to-use carrying handles.
• Integral foot switch hanger.
• Powerful motor and transmission.
• Through die head oiling.
• Adjustable oil flow control.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Model 1215
Motor: 1⁄2 HP universal motor 25-60 Hz.
Motor Control: ON/OFF heavy duty switch and integral foot switch.
Spindle Speed: 44 RPM right hand operation.
Front Chuck: Hammer type with replaceable rocker action jaw inserts.
Rear Centering Device: Cam action.
Cutter: Model 732.
Reamer: Model 344, 1⁄4-11⁄2".
Oiling: Through die head adjustable.
Pump: Self-priming constant flow, gerotor type.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
61142
1215
*Call for BSPT and 230V Models.
Description
1⁄2"-11⁄2"
NPT, 115V, 60Hz
Weight
lb.
kg
69
30
Accessories:
• Model 1203 Mounting Stand.
• Model 531 1⁄4"-1" Bolt Die Head.
• Model 1219 Nipple Chuck 1⁄2"-11⁄2".
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
•
One (1) No. 811A Quick Opening Die Head.
One (1) Set 1⁄2"-3⁄4" Universal Alloy NPT Dies.
One (1) Set 1"-11⁄2" Universal Alloy NPT Dies.
One (1) No. 344 Five Fluted Reamer 1⁄4"-11⁄2".
One (1) No. 732 Cutter with Cutter Wheel.
One (1) Gallon Nu-Clear Oil.
Machine Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
61187
62457
97045
84537
84532
41620
1203
12119
531
816
817
–
Description
Tripod Stand
Nipple Chuck, NPT
Bolt Die Head 1⁄4"-1"
1⁄8"-3⁄4" Semi-Automatic Die Head
1"-2" Semi-Automatic Die Head
Gearhead Motor Grease
Weight
lb.
kg
15
6.8
2.6
53⁄4
71⁄2
3.4
13
5.9
13
5.9
1
0.5
See page 4.12
4.23
Model 300 Compact
Threading Machine
Capacity
• Pipe: 1⁄8" - 2" (3mm-50mm).
• Bolt: 1⁄4" - 2" (6mm-50mm).
Features
• Heavy-duty proven performance.
• Lightweight, portable design.
• Fast transport and set-up.
• Self-Contained Oil System with adjustable flow control.
• Versatility for threading and grooving.
• Quiet operation.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Motor: 1⁄2 HP, 115V universal 25-60 Hz.
Motor Control: Heavy duty rotary FOR/OFF/REV with integral foot switch.
Spindle Speed: 38 RPM (52 RPM available).
Chuck: Hammer-type with replaceable, rocker-action jaw inserts.
Oiling System: Through-the-head, with integral oil reservoir. Self-priming,
constant-flow, gerotor pump.
• Cutter: Model 360, roll-type cutoff, self-centering, full-floating.
• Reamer: Model 344, 1⁄8"-2", five flute cone, right hand only.
300 Compact shown with optional
Model 250 Folding Wheel Stand
Standard Equipment
Model 300 Compact Threading Machine:
•
•
•
•
•
•
One (1) No. 811A Quick-opening die head.
One (1) No. 344 Reamer.
One (1) No. 360 Cutter with E-1032 Cutter Wheel.
One (1) Set 1⁄2" - 3⁄4" Alloy Universal Dies.
One (1) Set 1"- 2" Alloy Universal Dies.
One (1) Gallon Nu-Clear Threading Cutting Oil.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Machines
66947
300 Compact
67182
300 Compact Kit
73447
300 Compact
75602
300 Compact Kit
58752
58757
Die Heads
97075
97065
97045
97050
84537
84532
Accessories
67662
300 Compact
300 Compact
815A
811A
531
532
816
817
–
51005
819
41620
–
Stands (see page 4.26)
67657
250
92457
100A
92462
100A
92467
200A
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
1⁄2"
- 1" NPT, 115V, 25-60 Hz
- 2" NPT, 115V, 25-60 Hz
– includes Model 250 Folding Wheel Stand
52RPM 1⁄2" - 2" NPT, 115V, 25-60 Hz
52RPM 1⁄2" - 2" NPT, 115V, 25-60 Hz
– includes Model 250 Folding Wheel Stand
1⁄2" - 2" BSPT, 230V, 25-60 Hz (Aust. only)
1⁄2" - 2" NPT, 230V, 25-60 Hz (Export only)
1⁄2"
1⁄8"
- 2" NPT, Self-Opening, RH
- 2" NPT, Quick-Opening, RH
1⁄4" - 1" Bolt, Quick-Opening, RH/LH
11⁄4" - 2" Bolt, Quick-Opening, RH/LH
1⁄8"-3⁄4" Semi-Automatic Die Head
1"-2" Semi-Automatic Die Head
1⁄8"
115
52.3
160
72.7
115
52.3
160
72.7
115
115
52.3
52.3
13
13
8
9
13
13
5.9
5.9
3.6
4.1
5.9
5.9
916 Groover Adapter Bracket for 300 Power
Drive version of 916
Nipple Chuck, 1⁄2" - 2" NPT
Gearhead Motor Grease
30
13.6
10.5
1
4.8
0.5
Folding Wheel Stand
Universal Leg & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Cabinet Stand
45
75
103
164
21
34.5
46.7
74.5
See page 4.12
4.24
Model 1822-I Threading
Machine
Capacities
• Pipe: 1⁄8"-2" (3mm-50mm) 21⁄2"-4" (62mm-100mm)
with No. 141 geared threader
• Bolt: 1⁄4"-2" (6mm-50mm)
Features
• Heavy Duty Automatic Chucking. Threads a wide range of
material including black and galvanized pipe, stainless steel,
IMC, PVC and heavy-wall conduit.
• Induction motor (81 db) delivers constant 45 or 16 RPM as
required.
• Constant and proper lubrication of dies and workpiece with
through-head oiling.
• Triple filtration provides for longer oil pump life and clean
threads.
• Special jaw inserts allow for quick, easy replacement.
Technical Specifications
Model 1822-I
Standard Equipment
Model No. 1822-I threading machine with foot switch.
•
•
•
•
•
•
One (1) No. 815A universal self-opening die head.
One (1) No. 344 reamer.
One (1) No. 364 cutter with E-1032 cutter wheel.
One (1) set 1⁄2"- 3⁄4" universal alloy dies.
One (1) set 1"- 2" universal high speed dies.
One (1) gallon Nu-Clear oil.
• Motor: 11⁄2 HP, single-phase, 60 Hz or 50 Hz, induction.
• Motor Control: Open/Off/Close, heavy-duty rotary type switch and
integral safety foot switch.
• Spindle Speed: 45 and 16 RPM, right-hand, can be adapted to
left-hand operation.
• Transmission: Two-speed (45 RPM for up to 11⁄4" pipe and 1" bolt,
16 RPM for low voltage and higher torque applications).
• Front Chuck: Automatic gripping/centering.
• Rear Centering Device: Automatic, centering only.
• Cutter: Model 364, 1⁄8"-2" full-floating, self-centering with E-1032
Cutter Wheel.
• Reamer: Model 344, 1⁄8"-2" right-hand only.
• Clutch: Shiftable cone type.
• Oil Pump: Self-priming gerotor.
Machines
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
20000
1822-I
Description
1
/2"-2" NPT 120V 60 Hz
Weight
lb.
kg
240
109.1
See page 4.12
4.25
Power Threading Machines
Model 1822-I Die Heads
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
97065
97075
84537
84532
23282
97070
97080
97045
97050
811A
815A
816
817
842
811A
815A
531
532
Description
NPT Die Head Quick-Open R.H.
NPT Die Head Self-Open R.H.
NPT 1⁄8"-3⁄4" Semi-Automatic
NPT 1"-2" Semi-Automatic
NPT Die Head Quick-Open L.H.
BSPT Die Head Quick-Open R.H.
BSPT Die Head Self-Open R.H.
Bolt Die Head Quick-Open R.H./L.H. 1⁄4"-1"
Bolt Die Head Quick-Open R.H./L.H. 11⁄8"-2"
Weight
lb.
kg
121⁄2
13
13
13
121⁄2
121⁄2
13
71⁄2
9
5.7
5.9
5.9
5.9
6.7
6.7
6.9
3.4
4.1
Note: Mono Die Heads available, 1⁄8", 1⁄4", 3⁄8", 1⁄2", 3⁄4", 1", 11⁄4",11⁄2", 2". All Die Heads are
through-head oiling.
Dies: All Universal Pipe and Bolt Dies; all 500B Bolt Dies. See pages 4.30-4.32.
No. 1406
Model 1822-I Accessories
No. 100A
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
51005
68160
35867
42395
35872
36620
65380
35877
35882
35887
46660
34617
50107
34217
44200
43890
34612
26707
819
819
839
821
822
141
141
241
1460
1462
E-863
364
E-1050
D471
344
Description
Nipple Chuck 1⁄2"-2" NPT
Nipple Chuck 1⁄2"-2" BSPT
Adapter Kit for No. 819 Nipple Chuck
Blade Type Cutter
Adapter Kit for No. 821 Blade Cutter
4" Geared Threader NPT
4" Geared Threader BSPT
Carriage-Mount Kit for No. 141 Threader
Oil Pan Cover Kit
Fitting Breakdown Rail Set
L.H./R.H. Reamer Cone
Wheel Type Cutter
Conversion Kit for Plastic Coated Pipe
Grooving Tool
Saran Tool for 821
45˚ Bevel, Cutoff Tool for 821
Reamer
Gear Grease (1224 & 1822)
Weight
lb.
kg
10
10
161⁄2
133⁄4
23⁄4
93
93
15
23⁄4
16
1
81⁄2
3
–
–
–
–
1
4.5
4.5
7.5
6.2
1.2
42.3
42.3
8.8
1.2
7.2
0.5
3.9
1.4
–
–
–
–
0.5
Note: Pipe Supports, see page 2.4-2.5.
Stands
No. 150A
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
92457
92462
92467
20105
22563
100A
150A
200A
1406
–
Description
Universal Leg & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Cabinet Stand
Folding Wheel Stand w/No. 1460 Oil Pan Cover
Steel Cabinet
Weight
lb.
kg
75
103
104
711⁄2
42
34.5
46.7
74.5
32.5
19.3
Stands
Four stands are available to satisfy every operational situation. The Model 1406
Folding Wheel Stand provides increased field maneuverability and productivity.
No. 200A with
steel cabinet
See page 4.12
4.26
Optional Die Heads for Models 535-535A
Die Head
Description
How
Opened
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
97065
97075
84537
84532
23282
10491
811A
815A
816
817
842
555
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
555
Q.O.
S.O.
S.A.
S.A.
Q.O.
Q.O.
97070
97080
23297
811A
815A
856
British Universal
British Universal
British Universal
Q.O.
S.O.
S.O.
Thread
Direction
Oil Thru
Head
Dies
Used
Pipe
Cap.
Bolt
Cap.
Univ.
Univ.
Univ.
Univ.
Univ.
Dual/Bolt
1⁄8"-2"
1⁄4"-2"
1⁄8"-2"
1⁄4"-2"
1⁄8"-3⁄4"
–
–
–
–
Used
lb.
Weight
kg
Machine NPT Die Head
No. 815A
Self-Opening
Die Head
RH
RH
RH
RH
LH
RH
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1"-2"
1⁄8"-2"
1⁄8"-3⁄4"
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
121⁄2
13
13
13
121⁄2
8
5.7
5.9
5.9
5.9
5.7
3.6
121⁄2
13
121⁄2
5.7
5.9
5.7
Machine BSPT Die Heads
RH
RH
LH
Yes
Yes
Yes
1
/8-2
/8-2
1
/8-2
1⁄4"-2"
1
1⁄4"-2"
–
✲
✲
✲
500B
500B
–
–
1⁄4"-1"
11⁄8"-2"
✲
✲
71⁄2
9
3.4
4.1
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
1⁄8"
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
✲
63⁄4
7
7
71⁄4
71⁄4
8
8
81⁄2
81⁄2
3.1
3.2
3.2
3.3
3.3
3.6
3.6
3.9
3.9
Univ.
Univ.
Univ.
Machine Bolt Die Heads
97045
97050
531
532
Bolt
Bolt
Q.O.
Q.O.
42047
42052
42057
42062
42067
42072
42077
42082
42087
500A
500A
500A
500A
500A
500A
500A
500A
500A
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
Q.O.
RH/LH
RH/LH
Yes
Yes
Machine Mono Die Heads
No. 811A
Quick-Opening
Die Head
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
RH
Die Head Racks For All Machine Die Heads
No. 532
Bolt Die Head
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
42485
42490
4U
6U
Description
4 Heads
6 Heads
Weight
lb.
kg
81⁄2
121⁄2
3.9
5.7
Die Head Differences
• Self-Opening – Manual release for user-specified
thread lengths.
• Quick-Opening – Automatic release for repeatable
number of threads.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
1⁄4"
3⁄8"
1⁄2"
3⁄4"
1"
11⁄4"
11⁄2"
2
✲ 535-535A-1822 Machines and 300 and 300-A w/carriage.
Q.O. = Quick-Opening – Manually flip throwout lever to retract dies when thread
length is cut.
S.A. = Semi Automatic (Dies retract automatically on depressing handle)
S.O. = Self-Opening – Trigger foot automatically retracts dies when thread length
is cut.
No. 811A Die Head replaces the No. 811 and No. 841 Die Heads.
No. 815A Die Head replaces the No. 815 and No. 845 Die Heads.
No. 500A Die Heads replace the No. 500 Mono Die Heads.
No. 555 Die Head replaces No. 515.
Note: British Die Heads use British Dies only.
Note: 531 and 532 Die Heads replace 500B Die Head.
Individual Machine Die Heads do not include dies.
• Bolt – Specially for bolt threader.
• Mono – Dedicated to a specific size of thread.
Mono
Die Head
• Semi-Automatic – Can be quickly adjusted from size
to size with manual release.
No. 816/817
Semi-Automatic
Die Head
See page 4.12
4.27
Model 1224 Threading
Machine
Capacities
• Pipe: 1⁄4"-4" (6mm-100mm) 4"-6" (100mm-150mm) with
161 Geared Threader.
• Bolt: 1⁄4"-2" (6mm-50mm).
Features
• Threads 1⁄4"-2" pipe at 36 RPM and 21⁄2"-4" at 12 RPM.
• The 1224 threads a wide range of pipe including black, galvanized
and plastic-coated pipe, together with stainless steel, IMC and
heavy-wall conduit, as well as rod up to 30 Rockwell C.
• An induction motor insures sound levels well within the limits
set by the regulating authorities.
• A special capacitor-start / capacitor-run motor allows the 1224 to
thread a full range of material where voltage drop is experienced.
• 1⁄4"-2" Universal Die Head; 21⁄2"-4" receding die head allows cutting
of tapered or straight NPT/NPSM or BSPT/BSPP threads.
• Constant and proper lubrication of dies and workpiece with
through-head oiling.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Technical Specifications
Model 1224
• Motor: 11⁄2 HP, single-phase, 60 Hz or 50 Hz, induction type.
• Motor Control: Reverse/Off/Forward, heavy-duty rotary-type and
integral foot switch.
• Spindle Speed: 36/12 RPM.
• Gear Box: Two-speed gear box 3:1 ratio.
• Chuck: Hammer-type with replaceable rocker-action jaw inserts.
• Rear Centering Device: Cam action.
Standard Equipment
Model No. 1224 threading machine with foot switch.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
One (1) No. 714 (914) 21⁄2"- 4" receding self-opening die head.
One (1) No. 711 (911) 1⁄4"- 2" universal self-opening die head.
One (1) set 1⁄2"- 3⁄4" universal alloy dies.
One (1) set 1" - 2" universal alloy dies.
One (1) set 21⁄2"- 4" 1224 high-speed dies.
One (1) gallon Nu-Clear oil.
Three (3) hex keys.
One (1) spare F-229 cutter wheel.
One (1) 3⁄4" combination wrench.
One (1) tool box.
One (1) No. 744 reamer.
One (1) No. 764 cutter.
• Cutter: Model 764 full-floating, self-centering 1⁄4"-4" with
F-229 cutter wheel.
• Reamer: Model 744, 1⁄4"-4" blade-type.
• Oiling: Through die head.
• Pump: Self-priming, gerotor-type, automatic-reversing, constant-flow.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
26092
26097
26127
26112
26122
26107
26102
31442
1224
1224
1224
1224
1224
1224
1224
1224
Description
1⁄2-4
NPT 120V 60 Hz
1⁄2-4 NPT 240V 60 Hz
1⁄2-4 BSPT120V 60 Hz
1⁄2-4 BSPT 115V 50 Hz
1⁄2-4 BSPT 240V 60 Hz
1⁄2-4 BSPT 220V 50 Hz
1⁄2-4 BSPT GS 220V 50 Hz
1⁄2-4 NPT 220V 50 Hz
Weight
lb.
kg
509
509
509
509
509
509
526
509
231.00
231.00
231.00
231.00
231.00
231.00
238.50
231.00
Stands (see page 4.26)
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
92457
92462
92467
22563
100A
150A
200A
–
Description
Universal Leg & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Tray Stand
Universal Wheel & Cabinet Stand
Steel Cabinet
Weight
lb.
kg
75
103
164
42
See page 4.12
4.28
34.5
46.7
74.5
19.3
Die Heads for Model 1224
No. 541
No. 542
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
26132
26142
26152
26137
26147
26157
26162
26167
55447
57497
57507
57492
57502
55452
58712
711
713
714
911
913
914
541
542
725
–
–
–
–
766
–
Description
Universal Self-Opening R.H., NPT
Universal Quick-Opening L.H., NPT
Receding Self-Opening R.H., NPT
Universal Self-Opening R.H., BSPT
Universal Quick-Opening L.H., BSPT
Receding Self-Opening R.H., BSPT
Quick-Opening Bolt L.H./R.H.
Quick-Opening Bolt L.H./R.H.
Cut-Grooving Die Head
21⁄2"-31⁄2" Grooving Die Set
21⁄2"-31⁄2" Grooving Bit only
4" Grooving Die Set
4" Grooving Bit only
Blade Type Cutter
Cut-Off Tool Bit
Capacity
in.
mm
1⁄4-2
1⁄4-2
21⁄2-4
1⁄4-2
1⁄4-2
21⁄2-4
1⁄4-1
11⁄8-2
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-31⁄2
–
4
–
3⁄4-4
–
6-50
6-50
62-100
6-50
6-50
62-100
6-25
28-50
62-100
62-89
–
100
–
19-100
–
Weight
lb.
kg
121⁄2
121⁄2
30
121⁄2
121⁄2
30
71⁄2
91⁄2
30
2
–
2
–
21
–
5.6
5.6
13.6
5.6
5.6
13.6
3.4
4.2
13.6
1
–
1
–
9.5
–
Note: Die Heads do not include dies. All Die Heads are through-head oiling.
Pipe Dies 21⁄2"-4" (for 1⁄4"-2" see pages 4.30-4.31)
No. 713
No. 913
Catalog
No.
Description
26192
33642
31827
31832
32237
32242
33057
33072
33077
44992
44997
45002
1224 H.S. Dies NPT
1224 H.S. Dies BSPT
1224 H.S. NPT Dies for Plastic-Coated Pipe
1224 H.S. BSPT Dies for Plastic-Coated Pipe
1224 H.S. Dies NPT for PVC
1224 H.S. Dies BSPT for PVC
1224 H.S. Dies NPT for Stainless Steel
1224 45˚ Beveling Dies
1224 371⁄2˚ Beveling Dies
1224 Bevel Guide Set
1224 371⁄2˚ Bevel Bit Only
1224 45˚ Bevel Bit Only
Capacity
in.
mm
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
21⁄2-4
–
–
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
62-100
–
–
Weight
lb.
kg
21⁄4
21⁄4
21⁄4
21⁄4
2
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
–
–
Accessories
No. 725 Cut Grooving Die Head
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
26212
26217
34577
26187
51005
34157
34162
34167
34172
34177
34182
61122
26707
764
744
–
–
819
419
419
419
419
419
419
840A
–
Description
1⁄4"-4"
Wheel-Type Cutter
Blade-Type Reamer
1⁄4"-4" Reamer Blade
Jaw Insert and Roll Set for PE-Coated Pipe
Nipple Chuck (See page 52)
Nipple Chuck 21⁄2" NPT
Nipple Chuck 3" NPT
Nipple Chuck 4" NPT
Nipple Chuck 21⁄2" BSPT
Nipple Chuck 3" BSPT
Nipple Chuck 4" BSPT
Universal Drive Shaft
Gear Grease (1224 & 1822)
1⁄4"-4"
Capacity
in.
mm
–
–
–
–
1⁄2-2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
12-50
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Weight
lb.
kg
19
13
1⁄2
1⁄4
101⁄2
51⁄2
51⁄2
51⁄2
51⁄2
51⁄2
51⁄2
31
1
8.6
5.9
0.2
0.1
4.8
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
14.1
0.5
4.29
Pipe Dies for Machine Die Heads
Pipe Dies for use in Universal Die Heads (Nos. 504A, 711, 713, 811A, 815A, 816, 817 and 842)
(NPT)
(NPSM)
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
Die Material or Type
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
High-Speed •LH
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
H.S. For Cast Iron
H.S. For PVC RH
H.S. For Plastic Coated Pipe RH
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
1⁄8"-27
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-18
1⁄2"-3⁄4"-14
1"-2"-111⁄2
1⁄8"-27
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-18
1⁄2"-3⁄4"-14
1"-2"-111⁄2
47735
47755
39587
47775
–
–
–
47740
47760
47810
47780
–
–
–
47745
47765
47815
47785
–
70745
50012
47750
47770
47820
47790
70740
70750
31822
–
47845
–
–
–
–
–
–
47850
–
–
–
–
–
–
47855
–
–
–
–
–
–
47860
–
–
–
–
–
•Requires left hand model die head.
Pipe Dies for use in British Universal Die Heads (Nos. 504A, 811A, 815A, 816, 817, 856, 911 and 913)
(BSPT)
(BSPP)
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
Die Material or Type
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
H.S. For PVC RH
H.S. For PE-Coated RH
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
1⁄8"-28
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-19
1⁄2"-3⁄4"-14
1"-2"-11
1⁄8"-28
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-19
1⁄2"-3⁄4"-14
1"-2"-11
*66655
*66750
*66770
–
–
*66660
*66755
*66775
–
–
*66665
*66760
*66780
*70755
–
*66670
*66765
*66785
*70760
–
–
*66795
–
–
–
–
*66800
–
–
–
–
*66805
–
–
–
–
*66810
*66830
–
–
* Requires British Model Die Head.
Conduit Dies for Universal Die Heads
(ISO)
Nominal Conduit SizePitch in mm
Die Material or Type
(BEC)
Nominal Conduit SizeThreads Per Inch
16-32mm-1.5
40-63mm-1.5
1⁄2"-5⁄8"-18
3⁄4"-11⁄4"-16
11⁄2"-21⁄2"-14
50645
50650
66700
66705
66710
1⁄8"-27
1⁄4"-18
3⁄8"-18
1⁄2"-14
3⁄4"-14
1"-111⁄2
11⁄4"-111⁄2
11⁄2"-111⁄2
2"-111⁄2
50700
50745
50705
50750
50710
50755
50715
50760
50720
50765
50725
50770
50730
50775
50735
50780
50740
50785
–
–
–
50895
50900
50905
50910
50915
50920
Alloy RH
Pipe Dies for use in 500A Mono Die Heads
Nominal Pipe Size-Threads Per Inch
Die Material or Type
(NPT)
High-Speed RH
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
(NPSM)
High-Speed RH
Pipe Dies for 1⁄4"-3⁄8" Dual Die Heads (No. 502)
(NPT)
Nominal PipeThreads Per Inch
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-18
Die Material or Type
1High-Speed RH
TPI
47940
Pipe Dies for Nos. 514 (LH), 515 (RH), 555 (RH), and 1⁄2"-3⁄4" Dual Die Heads.
(NPT)
Nominal Pipe SizeThreads Per Inch
Die Material or Type
Alloy RH
High-Speed RH
H.S. For Stainless Steel RH
4.30
(BSPT)
Nominal Pipe SizeThreads Per Inch
1⁄8"-27
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-18
1⁄2"-3⁄4"-14
1⁄4"-3⁄8"-19
1⁄2"-3⁄4"-14
–
47885
47900
47875
47890
47905
47880
47895
47910
66955
66905
–
66880
66910
66920
Do not mix and match dies.
They are cut as a set.
See page 4.12
Pipe Dies, Bolt Dies for Machine Die Heads
Pipe Dies for No. 424 and 415 Die Head
Die Material or Type
H.S. RH
(NPT)
(NPSM)
Pipe Size-TPI
Pipe Size-
21⁄2"-4"x8 TPI
21⁄2"-4"x8 TPI
99545
94220
Bolt Dies for Universal Die Heads (Nos. 504A, 711, 811A, 815A, 816, 817 and 911 Die Heads)
(UNC)
(UNF)
Bolt Dies for 500B, 531and 541 Die Heads
(BSW)
(8 UN)
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
Rod Size-RH
TPI
1⁄4"-20
5⁄16"-18
48215
48220
48225
48230
48235
1⁄4"-28
5⁄16"-24
48295
48300
48305
48310
48315
1⁄4"-20
5⁄16"-18
7⁄8"-14
1"-14NS
1"-12
48320
48325
48330
48335
48340
48375
9⁄16"-12
1"-8
11⁄8"-7
48240
48245
48250
48255
48260
48265
9⁄16"-18
1"-8
11⁄8"-7
*67905
*67910
*67915
67920
*67925
–
11⁄4"-7
13⁄8"-6
11⁄2"-6
13⁄4"-5
2"-41⁄2
48270
48275
48280
48285
48290
11⁄8"-12
11⁄4"-12
13⁄8"-12
11⁄2"-12
–
48345
48350
48355
48360
–
11⁄4"-7
13⁄8"-6
11⁄2"-6
13⁄4"-5
2"-41⁄2
*67935
–
*67945
–
67955
3⁄8"-16
7⁄16"-14
1⁄2"-13
9⁄16"-12
5⁄8"-11
3⁄4"-10
7⁄8"-9
3⁄8"-24
7⁄16"-20
1⁄2"-20
5⁄8"18
3⁄4"-16
3⁄8"-16
7⁄16"-14
1⁄2"-12
5⁄8"-11
3⁄4"-10
7⁄8"-9
High-Speed
*67880
*67885
*67890
–
*67900
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
11⁄8"-8
11⁄4"-8
13⁄8"-8
11⁄2"-8
13⁄4"-8
17⁄8"
2"-8
49215
49220
49225
49230
49240
49245
49250
(12 UN)
2"-12
49345
* Requires British Model Die Head.
† If Alloy Die is not available, use High-Speed.
Beveling Dies
For beveling pipe prior to welding. A set of beveling dies consists of three guide segments and one cutting segment.
Catalog
No.
52192
50960
52202
50965
Description
371⁄2˚ Bevel Die Set
371⁄2˚ Bevel Die Set
45˚ Bevel Die Set
45˚ Bevel Die Set
Pipe Size
in.
1⁄2-3⁄4
1-2
1⁄2-3⁄4
1-2
mm
12-20
25-50
12-20
25-50
Used in
Die Head
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Weight
lb.
kg
1
0.5
1
0.5
1
0.5
1
0.5
Grooving Dies
To groove pipe for mechanical type couplings, consult chart for sizes and die head information.
Pipe Size
Used in
Die Head
in.
mm
1⁄2-3⁄4
52217
Grooving Die Set
12-20
Universal
50985
Grooving Die Set
1-2
25-50
Universal
Note: 21-2 4 Beveling Dies are available for the No. 1224 threading Machine. See accessories for No. 1224.
Note: Universal Dies include 811A and 815A Die Heads.
Catalog
No.
See page 4.12
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
1
0.5
1
0.5
Keep dies used for stainless steel separate from those
used with black iron to avoid material contamination.
4.31
Bolt Dies for 500B and 531, 532, 541 and 542 Die Heads (Continued)
(UNC)
(UNF)
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
LH
High-Speed
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
1⁄4"-20
5⁄16"-18
48605
48610
48615
48620
48625
–
48915
48920
48925
48930
1⁄4"-28
5⁄16"-24
48690
48695
48700
48705
48710
48935
48940
48945
48950
48955
48960
9⁄16"-18
1"-8
11⁄8"-7
48630
48635
48640
48645
48650
48655
1"-12
1"-14NS
48715
48720
48725
48730
48735
49305
11⁄4"-7
13⁄8"-6
11⁄2"-6
13⁄4"-5
2"-41⁄2
48660
48665
48670
48675
48680
48965
48970
48975
–
48985
11⁄8"-12
11⁄4"-12
13⁄8"-12
11⁄2"-12
–
48740
48745
–
48755
–
3⁄8"-16
7⁄16"-14
1⁄2"-13
9⁄16"-12
5⁄8"-11
3⁄4"-10
7⁄8"-9
3⁄8"-24
7⁄16"-20
1⁄2"-20
5⁄8"-18
3⁄4"-16
7⁄8"-14
For use with
531, 541 and 500B
1
/4"-1" Die Heads
For use with
532, 542 and 500B 11/8"2" Die Heads
(BSW)
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
1⁄4"-20
5⁄16"-18
–
–
67615
67620
67625
–
3⁄8"-16
7⁄16"-14
1⁄2"-12
9⁄16"-12
5⁄8"-11
1"-8
11⁄8"-7
67635
67640
67645
67650
67655
11⁄4"-7
13⁄8"-6
11⁄2"-6
15⁄8"-5
13⁄4"-5
17⁄8"-41⁄2
2"-41⁄2
67660
67665
–
67675
–
67685
–
3⁄4"-10
7⁄8"-9
Acme
Rod SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
Dies for Rebar, for use in 500B, 531, 532, 541 and 542 Die Heads
Catalog Nos.
For use with
531, 541 and 500B 1/4"1" Die Heads
Catalog Nos.
(UNC)
(UNC)
RH
High-Speed
Rebar SizeTPI
RH
High-Speed
Rebar SizeTPI
34077
34082
34087
34092
3⁄8"-16
85850
79120
85855
1"-8
11⁄8"-7
13⁄8"-6
1⁄2"-13
5⁄8"-11
3⁄4"-10
For use with
532, 542 and 500B
11/8"-2" Die Heads
(S.I.) Series A Metric
Rod SizeThread Pitch
in. mm
RH
High-Speed
–
–
M6-1.0
49795
–
–
M7-1.0
–
–
–
M8-1.25
49805
–
–
M9-1.25
–
–
–
M10-1.5
49815
–
–
M11-1.5
49820
3⁄4"-6
49610
M12-1.75
49825
–
–
M14-2.0
49830
–
–
M16-2.0
49835
–
–
M18-2.5
49840
–
–
M20-2.5
50480
–
–
M22-2.5
50485
1"-5
49585
M24-3.0
50490
–
–
M25-3.0
50495
–
–
M26-3.0
–
–
–
M27-3.0
50500
–
–
M30-3.5
50505
49600
M33-3.5
50510
11⁄4"-5
–
–
M36-4.0
50515
3
–
M39-4.0
50520
1 ⁄8"-4
–
–
M42-4.5
50525
–
–
M45-4.5
50530
–
–
M48-5.0
50540
–
–
M50-5.0
50545
–
–
M52-5.0
50550
For metric high-speed rebar dies, Series B, ISO, see price list.
Series B Metric
LH
High-Speed
Rod SizeThread Pitch
in. mm
RH
High-Speed
49845
49850
–
–
–
49870
49875
–
–
49890
49895
49900
49905
–
–
–
49915
–
49925
49930
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
M10-1.0
–
M12-1.5
M14-1.5
M16-1.5
–
M20-1.5
M22-1.5
M24-2.0
–
–
M27-2.0
M30-2.0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
50560
–
85865
–
50575
–
50585
50590
85870
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
(ISO) International Standards. Org.
Rod SizeThread Pitch
in. mm
M6-1.0
M7-1.0
M8-1.25
M9-1.25
M10-1.5
M11-1.5
M12-1.75
M14-2.0
M16-2.0
M18-2.5
M20-2.5
M22-2.5
M24-3.0
M27-3.0
M30-3.5
M33-3.5
M36-4.0
M39-4.0
M42-4.5
M45-4.5
M48-5.0
M52-5.0
–
–
–
RH
High-Speed
50040
–
50050
–
50060
–
50070
50075
50080
50085
50090
50095
50100
50105
50110
50115
50120
50125
50130
–
50140
–
–
–
–
For use
with 531,
541 and
500B
1
/4"-1"
Die Heads
For use
with 532,
542 and
500B
11/8"-2"
Die Heads
See page 4.12
4.32
Nipple Chucks / Adapters
819 Nipple Chuck Kit
• Holds short or close nipples for threading.
• Holds studs for threading.
• For use with 300 Power Drive, 300 Compact, 535 and 1822
(with adapter kit) and 1224 Threading Machines.
• Standard Nipple Chuck includes insert and 5 adapters: 1⁄2", 3⁄4", 1", 11⁄4"
and 11⁄2". (Nipple Chuck body serves as 2" Adapter.)
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
51005
68160
51020
35867
62457
819
819
D-380-X
839
1219
Description
lb.
NPT Nipple Chuck 1⁄2"-2"
BSPT Nipple Chuck 1⁄2"-2"
Nipple Chuck Wrench
Adapter Kit for 1822 Machine
NPT Nipple Chuck for 1215
Weight
kg
10
10
4.5
4.5
0.1
7.5
2.6
1⁄4
161⁄2
53⁄4
Pipe Adapters
For use with No. 819 Nipple Chuck to allow close nipple threading of all
sizes of pipe smaller than 2 inches.
Size
(in.)
1⁄8
1⁄4
3⁄8
1⁄2
3⁄4
1
11⁄4
11⁄2
NPT Standard
Catalog
No.
51040
51045
51050
51055
51060
51065
51070
51075
Model
No.
E-729
E-730
E-731
E-732
E-733
E-734
E-735
E-736
BSPT Standard
Catalog
No.
–
68195
68200
68165
68170
68175
68180
68185
Model
No.
–
E-730-B
E-731-B
E-732-B
E-733-B
E-734-B
E-735-B
E-736-B
Weight
lb.
kg
1⁄2
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
See page 4.12
4.33
Roll Grooving
• Designed to improve speed and efficiency for sprinkler installations.
• Wide selection of mechanical and hydraulic units for applications up to
24" in diameter.
Roll Grooving Type
915 Roll Groover
No. of Models
1
Pipe Capacity (in.)
11⁄4 – 12
Page
5.3
960 Roll Groover
1
11⁄4 – 6
5.4
916 Roll Groover
4
2–6
5.5
918 Hydraulic Roll Groover
5
1 – 12
5.6
918-I Electric Roll Groover
2
1 – 12
5.7
920 Roll Groover
1
2 – 24
5.8
5.1
Roll Groover Selection
Capacity
Weight
“In-Place” Groover
Hydraulic Acutated
Will do SS, PVC, Al
Roll Sets for Copper
960
916
915
918
918-I
920
Page 5.4
1"-6"
24 lbs.
Page 5.5
1"-6"
33 lbs.
Page 5.3
11⁄4"-12"
23 lbs.
•
Page 5.6
1"-12"
81 lbs./185 lbs.
Page 5.7
1"-12"
81 lbs./185 lbs.
Page 5.8
2"-24"
160 lbs.
•
•
RIDGID 300
Page 4.10
•
•
RIDGID 300
Page 4.10
RIDGID 535*
Page 4.18
RIDGID 1822-1*
Page 4.23
Field
•
•
•
•
•
RIDGID 300
Page 4.10
RIDGID 535*
Page 4.18
RIDGID 1822-1*
Page 4.23
Fab Shop
•
•
•
•
•
•
RIDGID 300
Page 4.10
Drive Units
Field
Usage
Hand
Field
Included
Fab Shop/Field
Fab Shop/Field
* Adapter pieces required.
Pipe Size & Schedule Capacities
Model
Material
Pipe Size (inches)/Schedule
1
960
page 5.4
916
page 5.5
915
page 5.3
918/918-I
page 5.6 & 5.7
920
page 5.8
Steel
Stainless
Aluminum
PVC
Copper
Steel
Stainless
Aluminum
PVC
Copper
Steel
Stainless
Aluminum
PVC
Copper
Steel
Stainless
Aluminum
PVC
Copper
Steel
Stainless
Aluminum
PVC
Copper
1¼
5, 10
1½
2
2½
3
3½
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10, 40
4
4½
5
6
8
10
12
16
18-24
5, 10 std.*
5, 10 std.*
5, 10 std.*
5, 10
5, 10
5, 10
Sch. 5, 10
Sch. 5, 10, 40
40
40, 80
40
K, L
K, L, M
K, L, M & DWV
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10
5, 10
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10
Sch. 5, 10, 40
40
40, 80
40
K, L
K, L, M
K, L, M & DWV
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10
Sch. 5, 10, 40
40
40, 80
40
40, 80
40
K, L
K, L, M
K, L, M & DWV
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch.
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10
5, 10
Sch. 5, 10, 40
40
40, 80
40
40, 80
K, M K, L, M
K, L, M & DWV
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10, 40
Sch. 5, 10, 40
40
40, 80
K, L
K, L, M
K, L, M & DWV
Sch. 5, 10
5, 10
Sch. 5, 10
40
40
* 8" grooving is not recommended for Sch. 40 if pipe hardness is above 150 BHN
* Std. = Standard wall thickness (.375).
Note: Use of roll sets on both carbon and stainless steel pipe can lead to contamination of the stainless material. This contamination could cause corrosion and premature pipe failure.
To prevent ferrous contamination, use roll sets dedicated for stainless steel grooving.
Note: Consult groover manual for exact capacity specifications.
5.2
14
915 Manual Roll Groover
The new RIDGID 915 Roll Groover is a manual roll groover for in-place field applications. The
915 requires only 3½" of clearance to travel around a pipe and a minimum of 2¾" of exposed
pipe for grooving. With the appropriate roll sets, the 915 can groove from 1¼" to 12" pipe,
the widest range in its class! The 915’s cast-in handle allows for easy transport or chaining
the groover down to prevent theft. The 915 is a must for service work crews.
Features
• Lightweight design – only 23 pounds.
• Easy roll set change out – up to 12" wide capacity range in one unit for service versatility.
• Cast-in carrying handle – easy to transport or lock up to prevent theft.
• Included ratchet – 90 degree bend-in handle makes grooving easier.
• Available customized tool box – holds 915 groover and all available roll sets.
• Easy to use depth setting gauge – helps make accurate grooves.
Model 915
Specifications
Capacity:
– 11⁄4" - 12" Sch. 10 Steel and Stainless Steel Pipe.
– 11⁄4" - 6" Sch. 40 Steel and Stainless Steel Pipe.
– 2"-8" K, L, M, DWV Copper.
– 11⁄4" - 6" Sch. 40 PVC.
– 11⁄2", 21⁄2" - 3" Sch. 80 PVC.
• Operation: Feed screw with 1⁄2" ratchet wrench (included).
• Weight: 23 lbs. (including ratchet).
Standard Equipment
• 915 Roll Groover with 2" - 6" Sch. 10 (2" - 31⁄2" Sch. 40).
• Roll Set Ratchet Wrench.
Some items sold separately.
Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
88232
915
92437
–
92447
92442
92452
93497
76827
76822
–
–
–
–
–
–
93642
–
Weight
Description
915 Roll Groover with 2" - 6" Sch. 10 (2" - 31⁄2" Sch. 40) Roll Set
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 11⁄4" - 11⁄2" Sch. 10 or 40 Steel, Stainless
Steel, PVC
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 4" - 6" Sch. 40 Steel, Stainless Steel, PVC
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 8" - 12" Sch. 10 Steel, Stainless Steel, PVC
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 2" - 8" Copper Tube Type K, L, M, and DWV
915 Tool Box
Metric Diameter Tape
English Diameter Tape
Drive and Groove Roll Set 2" - 6" Sch. 10 Steel, Stainless Steel, PVC,
2" - 31⁄4" Sch. 40 Steel
lb.
kg
23
10.4
2
0.9
41⁄2
41⁄2
2
211⁄2
1.9
1.9
0.9
9.7
0.1
0.1
1⁄2
1⁄2
Note: A Roll Groove Set consists of a Groove Roll and a Drive Roll.
Copper Roll Groove Set includes Black Reaction Arm and one Copper Stabilizer Pad.
Ensure proper pipe end preparation because square
cuts are critical to accurate and reliable grooves.
5.3
960 Ratchet-Driven Roll Groover
The RIDGID 960 Roll Groover is a ratchet-driven, portable roll groover for field applications.
With a cast in carrying handle, the 960 Roll Groover is easier to move around the jobsite than
any other roll groover of its kind. The 960 Roll Groover mounts on the RIDGID 300-Power
Drive for convenient grooving of steel and copper pipe. The 960 can be actuated by either a
1⁄2" drive ratchet or any wrench that fits the 15⁄16" hex on the feedscrew.
Features
Model 960
• Ability to groove 6" schedule 10 and 40 steel pipe with 17% less torque than the
competition.
• Grooving capacity of 1" to 6" Schedule 10 and 40 steel pipe, 2" – 6" Copper Tube Type
K, L, M, and DWV.
• Convenient carrying handle for easy portability.
• Permanently affixed depth setting gauge that will not fall off or get tangled during operation.
• Heat-treated feed screw bushing for added durability.
• Quick change-out rollset design allows easy transformation to roll groove 1" steel or
2"-6" copper tubing.
• Feedscrew can be actuated by using either the standard 15"-long ratchet or any
15⁄16" hex.
Specifications
• Pipe Capacity: 1" to 6" Schedule 10 and Schedule 40 Steel Pipe 2" – 6" O.D., Copper Tube
(Type K, L, M, and DWV), 1" Schedule 10 and 40.
• Depth Adjustment: Adjusting screw with patent pending integral depth setting gauge.
• Actuation: Feed screw with 1⁄2" ratchet wrench or 15⁄16" (Included) hex wrench.
• Power Drive Mounting: RIDGID 300 Power Drive 38/57 RPM. See page 4.16.
• Weight: 24 lbs. (10.9 kg) including ratchet.
Standard Equipment
• 15" long ratchet ½" drive.
• Roll Set to groove 1¼"-6" schedule 10 or schedule 40 steel pipe.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
91207
90842
90837
76827
76822
960
–
–
–
–
Weight
Description
11⁄4" – 6" Roll Groover
Roll Set for 1" Schedule 10 and 40 steel pipe
Roll Set for 2" – 6" Copper Tube Type K, L, M and DWV
Metric Diameter Tape
English Diameter Tape
Note: A Roll Set consists of a Groove Roll and a Drive Roll.
5.4
For pipe stands,
see page 2.4.
lb.
kg
24
6
6
10.9
2.7
2.7
0.13
0.13
1⁄2
1⁄2
Power-Driven 916 Roll Groover
The RIDGID Model 916 Roll Groover is the most durable and efficient lightweight portable
unit available. Built with a solid, durable cast-iron housing, it withstands heavy usage, yet is
light enough for easy transportation. The 916 features a patented single stroke feed mechanism that allows for accurate operation quickly and effortlessly.
Features
• Specifically designed for field service roll grooving applications.
• Quick and easy mount to RIDGID Nos. 300 Power Drive, 535 or 1822 Threading Machines.
See pages 4.16, 4.20 and 4.25.
• Cam-type feed actuation – translates into minimum operator effort to form roll grooves.
• Durable cast-iron housing withstands extensive field use.
• Depth adjustment screw separate from feed mechanism allows for consistent
groove depth.
• Lightweight, only 33 lbs., allows for easy transport and storage.
• Integral feed handle is part of overall unit. No extra tools required.
• Optional Roll Sets for: Copper 2"- 6" (Types K, L, M, DWV), 1" Sch. 10, 40 steel pipe.
Model 916
• Optional 1¼"-1½" and 2"- 6" AWWA Roll Sets.
• Easy serviceability – drive and groove rolls are easy to change.
Specifications
• Capacity:
– 1¼"-6" Sch. 10 steel, stainless steel, PVC
– 1¼"-3" Sch. 40 steel, stainless steel, PVC
– 2"-6" Copper (type K, L, M, DWV) optional
• Weight: 33 lbs. (15 kg).
Standard Equipment
• One (1) 1¼"-6" Roll Groove Set for steel (1¼"-6" schedule 10, 1¼"-3" schedule 40).
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
45007
46852
60382
48307
Accessories
45347
45352
69667
69692
67662
76822
76827
916
916
916
916
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Weight
Description
lb.
kg
Roll Groover for 300 Power Drive
Roll Groover for Copper Tubing for 300 Power Drive
Roll Groover for 535
Roll Groover for 1822
33
34
33
33
15
15.5
15
15
Roll Set for 1" Sch. 10, 40
Roll Set for Copper (optional)
Roll Set for 1¼"-11⁄2" AWWA (optional)
Roll Set for 2"-6" AWWA (optional)
Adapter Bracket for 300 Compact
English Diameter Tape
Metric Diameter Tape
6
6
6
6
30
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.6
13.6
0.1
0.1
1⁄2
1⁄2
Note: A Roll Set consists of a Groove Roll and a Drive Roll.
5.5
918 Hydraulic Roll Groover
The RIDGID Model 918 Hydraulic Roll Groover features a powerful 15-ton hydraulic ram in
a compact, easy to transport unit. With one man set-up and operation, the 918 is the ideal
groover for job site requirements. The 918 mounts quickly to RIDGID 300 power drive, 535,
1822, or 1224 Threading Machines. (See pages 4.16, 4.20, 4.25 and 4.28.) Designed to
provide maximum efficiency, the 918 is capable of grooving up to 12" Schedule 10 and 8"
Schedule 40 standard wall pipes. Roll Set changeout is accomplished in seconds.
Specifications
• Capacity:
– 1"-12" Schedule 10 steel, stainless steel, PVC.
– 1"-8" Schedule 40 steel, PVC.
– 1"-2" Schedule 40 stainless steel.
– 2"-6" Copper (Types K, L, M, DWV).
– 2½"-6" Schedule 80 PVC.
• Weight: 81 lbs. (37 kg).
Standard Equipment
Model 918
•
•
•
•
One (1) 2"-6" Schedule 10/40 Roll Set.
One (1) 8"-12" Schedule 10 (8" Schedule 40) Roll Set.
Tools for Roll Set Change.
One (1) Carrying case for Roll Sets.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
48297
918-1
48377
918-2
48382
918-4
48387
918-5
47222
918 only
Mounting Kit Only
48292
911
48392
912
48397
914
48402
915
Accessories
48405
–
48407
–
48412
–
48417
–
59992
–
49662
76822
76827
–
–
–
Weight
Description
lb.
kg
918 Roll Groover w/300 Power Drive Mount Kit
918 Roll Groover w/1822 Power Drive Mount Kit
918 Roll Groover w/1224 Carriage Mount Kit
918 Roll Groover w/535 Carriage Mount Kit
918 Roll Groover Only
104
134
131
117
95
47.2
60.9
59.5
53.1
43.1
300 Power Drive Mount Kit Only
1822 Carriage Mount Kit Only
1224 Carriage Mount Kit Only
535 Carriage Mount Kit Only
9
39
36
22
4
17.7
16.4
10
Roll Set for 8"-12" Sch. 40, Tool box included.
Roll Set for 1¼" to 1½" Sch. 10/40. Tool box includes drive shaft,
bolt and tools.
Roll Set for 1" Sch. 10/40, and 1¼" to 1½" Sch. 10/40. Tool box
includes drive shaft, bolt and tools.
Roll Set for copper (2"-6").
1"-12" Stabilizer for grooving nipples. For 918 w/300 Mounting Kit
or 918-I
Tool Box
English Diameter Tape
Metric Diameter Tape
18
8.2
10
4.5
Note: A Roll Set consists of a Groove Roll and a Drive Roll.
“Do not use to groove 8" schedule 40 steel pipe harder than 150 Brinnel”
5.6
20
9.0
10
4.5
11
5.0
5
2.0
0.1
0.1
1⁄2
1⁄2
918-I Roll Groover
The RIDGID Model 918-I Roll Grooving Machine is capable of grooving 1" to 8" schedule 40
and 1" to 12" schedule 10 pipe faster than any roll grooving machine in its class. Powered
by a 1.2 HP universal motor and heavy duty transmission, the 918-I produces high quality
grooves consistently and effortlessly.
The 918-I comes standard with a rugged wheel stand built for mobility in the shop without
compromising stability. The stand’s tray is tough enough to support 200 lbs.
The 918-I uses a custom-designed, two-stage hydraulic pump that minimizes pipe flare,
operator fatigue and hydraulic fluid leaks.
Features
• Fastest roll groove time in its class. (See Roll Groove Time chart below).
• Offers maximum versatility in roll grooving capacities (see specifications below).
• Custom engineered 2-stage, 15-ton hydraulic pump and ram eases grooving and
reduces flare and operator’s fatigue.
• Produces consistent, high quality roll grooves.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Specifications
ROLL GROOVE TIME
COMP.
.75 HP
GROOVER
TIME TO GROOVE
100
SEC
75
SEC
RIDGID
1.2 HP
918-1
50
SEC
COMP.
•Capacity
– 1"-12" Schedule 10 steel.
– 1"-8" Schedule 40 steel.
– 2"-6" copper (Types K, L, M, DWV).
– 2½"-6" Schedule 80 PVC.
• Weight: 185 lbs./84.1 kg.
• Motor: Universal 1.2 HP, 115v 60 Hz .
• Motor Control: On/Off Heavy-Duty with Foot Switch.
• RPM: 45 (no load).
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
One (1) 2"-6" Schedule 10/40 Roll Set.
One (1) 8"-12" Schedule 10 (8" Schedule 40) Roll Set.
One (1) Tools for Roll Set Changeout.
One (1) Carry Case for Roll Sets.
One (1) Heavy-Duty Wheel Stand with Tray.
One (1) Foot Switch.
One (1) 1"–12" Stabilizer for Grooving Nipples.
25 RIDGID .75 HP
SEC 1.2 HP GROOVER
918-1
0
SEC
Ordering Information
2’’ SCHEDULE 10
6’’ SCHEDULE 40
PIPE SIZE
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
64977
65902
Accessories
48405
48407
918-I
918-I
48412
–
48417
59992
76822
76827
–
–
–
–
–
–
Weight
Description
lb.
kg
Roll Grooving Machine Complete. 115v
Roll Grooving Machine Complete. 230v (Export Only)
185
185
84.1
84.1
Roll Set for 8"-12" Sch 10 (8" Sch 40) With Carry Case
Roll Set for 1¼"-1½" Sch 10/40 With Carry Case
Roll Set for 1" Sch 10/40 and 1¼"-1½" Sch 10/40 With
Carry Case
Roll Set for 2"-6" Copper
1"-12" Stabilizer for Grooving Nipples
English Diameter Tape
Metric Diameter Tape
18
10
8.2
4.5
20
9.0
10
11
4.5
5.0
0.1
0.1
1⁄2
1⁄2
Note: A Roll Set consists of a Groove Roll and a Drive Roll.
Note: “ Do not use to groove 8" schedule 40 steel pipe harder than 150 Brinnel”
For pipe stands,
see page 2.4.
5.7
920 Roll Groover
The RIDGID 920 Roll Groover takes grooving to a whole new level. With a capacity range
of 2"-24" diameter pipe, the 920 has the largest capacity of any RIDGID roll groover. The
920 mounts to the RIDGID 300 Power Drive for use in the field or shop. Also available is the
new RJ624 Large Diameter Pipe Support for grooving pipe up to 24" in diameter, a perfect
complement to the 920 Roll Groover (see page 2.5).
920 Benefits
• Largest grooving capacity in its class.
• Transportation Mode – Detachable Wheels enable one man to easily move the 920 around
a jobsite. Also available is a Model No. 32 Transporter (see page 4.17).
• Patented Depth Setting Gauge – Easy and accurate groove depth setting does not require
adjusting the protective guarding.
• Built-in Pressure Gauge – Helps operator monitor hydraulic pressure to control flare
and optimize groove time.
• Front Roll Set Change-Out – User can switch groove roll sets quickly and easily.
• Easy Adjust Support Legs – Helpful when leveling the groover on uneven ground.
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
•
920 Roll Groover with support legs.
2"– 6" Sch. 10/40 Groove Roll Set with box.
8"– 12" Sch. 10/40 Groove Roll Set.
14"– 16" Standard Wall (0.375) Groove Roll Set with box.
920 Training Video and User Manual.
Transport wheels.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Weight
Model
No.
95782
920
96987
96992
96997
96982
96372
76827
76822
42575
–
–
–
–
RJ624
–
–
32
Description
920 Roll Groover with 2"- 6" Sch. 40, 8"-12" Sch. 40 and 14"-16" Std. Wall
Roll Sets
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 18" - 20" Sch. 10 Steel or Stainless Steel
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 22" - 24" Sch. 10 Steel or Stainless Steel
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 4" - 6" Sch. 40 Steel or Stainless Steel
Drive and Groove Roll Set for 2" - 8" Copper Tube Type K, L, M, and DMV
RJ624 Large Diameter Pipe Stand
Metric Diameter Tape
English Diameter Tape
Transporter for Power Drives and Tristand Vises
* Requires additional roll sets, see table above.
5.8
For pipe stands,
see page 2.4.
lb.
kg
199
90.3
21
22
20
20
167
9.5
10
9
9
75.7
0.1
0.1
6.5
1⁄2
1⁄2
141⁄4
Drilling & Tapping
• Wide selection from a single source.
• Durable designs.
Type
No. of Models
Nom. Size (in.)
Page
Hole Cutting
Model HC300
Model HC450
Hole Saws
Hole Saw Arbors
3
3
51
5
Up to 3"
Up to 4 3⁄4"
Up to 6"
Up to 5⁄8"
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4
Tapping
Mini-Tapping
Standard
1
1
3⁄4
3⁄4
– 1"
– 2"
6.5
6.6
6.1
Hole Cutting Tools
Model HC300
The RIDGID Model HC300 Hole Cutting Tool is designed to cut holes up to 3"
diameter into steel pipe. The multiple hole size allows the use of Mechanical T’s®, Hookers®, Vic-O-Lets™, Weld-O-Let™ and other fittings for branching
unpressurized pipelines.
The HC300 features a 1⁄2" capacity chuck to accommodate all sizes of holes up
to 3" diameter and standard hole saw arbors up to 7⁄16" Hex (1⁄2" chuck size).
An integral motor and gear reduction optimizes the performance and saw life
in the capacity range. A single-feed handle and ON/OFF switch allows for
easy operation. The compact two-piece design allows the HC300 to be used
in tight quarters and difficult-to-reach locations.
The Model HC300 offers great features that translate into unparalleled field
and shop performance.
• Quick Connecting Two-piece Design. This unique design allows for easy
mounting, transport and set up. In addition, weighing only 31 lbs., the unit
can be broken down into two lighter weight units for maximum transport
and operation comfort. This is particularly useful when working off a ladder
or overhead.
Model HC300
• Single-hand Chain Latching. The Model HC300 features a patented springloaded chain that saves time and significantly aids set up and operation.
• Ergonomic Design. With all controls at the operator’s fingertips, the tool
has been designed for maximum productivity.
Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Motor: Universal, 110V or 230V 25-60Hz 11 amp, 1.2 HP, UL/CSA listed.
RPM: 360 (no load).
Hole Cutting Capacity: up to 3".
Chuck Size: 1⁄16"- 1⁄2".
Pipe Diameter Mounting Range: 11⁄2" - 8".
Weight: 31 lbs..
Height: 12.8".
Length: 11.9".
Width: 13.2".
• High Speed. With a powerful 1.2HP, 11 amp motor, the Model HC300
delivers 360 RPM to quickly bore holes while optimizing hole saw life.
• Horizontal and vertical flats to ensure perpendicular cutting.
Note: Standard hole saw listing on page 6.4
Standard Equipment
• One (1) Hole Cutting Tool (Base and Motor Assembly).
• One (1) Chuck Key.
Accessories
• Hole Saws.
• R2S Solid Shank Arbor.
• Carrying Case.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
76777
76787
76792
16671
84427
HC300
HC300
HC300-J
R2S
–
3" Hole Cutting Tool 115V
3" Hole Cutting Tool 230V
3" Hole Cutting Tool 100V
Solid Shank Arbor
HC-450/HC-300 Carrying Case
Note: The HC300 is not a hot tapping tool.
Note: Use the R2S Arbor when drilling 11⁄4" and larger holes.
6.2
Weight
lb.
kg
31
31
31
14
14
14
0.3
8.6
3⁄4
19
Model HC450
The RIDGID Model HC450 is engineered for continuous 1⁄4" to 4 3⁄4" hole
cutting in and up to 8" diameter steel unpressurized pipe. The built-in
level ensures line up for multiple holes when branching lines using
Mechanical T’s, Vic-O-Lets or welded saddles. Dual-side feed handles and
switches provide easier operation from any angle. In addition, the HC450’s
heavy-duty chuck accommodates 1⁄8" to 5⁄8" arbors. The HC450 is ideal
for mechanical, industrial maintenance and fire protection contractors
since it cuts holes into a wide variety of pipe materials. No off-the-shelf
drill-based hole cutter compares in performance or durability to the rugged
purposed-built Model 450:
• 13 amp 1.2 HP worm-gear driven motor delivers unmatched hole
cutting power for schedule 10, 40 and 80 pipe.
• Engineered for 1⁄4" to 4 3⁄4" continuous dry or oiled hole cutting.
• Quickly mounts onto 11⁄4" to 8" diameter pipe.
• RPM maximizes holesaw life and does not spray lubricant or chips.
Model HC450
• Only 111/2" high for low clearance jobs.
• Dual-side controls provide easy operation.
• GFCI and a built-in breaker for operator protection.
Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Chuck accommodates 1⁄8" to 5⁄8" arbors.
Motor: Universal, 110V or 220V 25-60Hz 13 amp, 1.2 HP, UL/CSA listed.
• Two carrying handles ease mounting and alignment.
RPM: 110 (no load).
3
Hole Cutting Capacity: up to 4 ⁄4".
• Built-in level for multiple hole alignment.
Chuck Size: 5⁄8".
Standard Equipment
Pipe Diameter Mounting Range: 11⁄4" to 8".
• One (1) Hole Cutting Tool.
Weight: 42 Lbs.
• One (1) 5⁄8" Arbor only for Hole Saws.
Height: 111⁄2".
• One (1) Chuck Key.
Length: 17".
Width: 17".
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
57592
57597
57602
HC450
HC450
HC450-J
Description
4 3⁄4" Hole Cutting Tool 110V
4 3⁄4" Hole Cutting Tool 220V
4 3⁄4" Hole Cutting Tool – Japan 100V
lb.
Weight
kg
42.0
42.0
42.0
19.0
19.0
19.0
Note: The HC450 is not a hot tapping tool.
Accessories
Catalog
No.
84427
59502
Model
No.
–
R4
Description
HC450 Carry Case
5⁄8" Arbor only for Hole Saws
Weight
lb.
kg
19.0
8.6
1⁄4
.1
For standard hole saws see page 6.4
6.3
Hole Saws
Catalog Model
No.
No.
Saw Size &
Hole Diameter
in.
Variable Pitch Hole Saws
Outperform and outlast traditional standard pitch models. Bi-metal construction
with teeth made from specially hardened type M3 high speed steel. The varying
teeth height and gullet sizes result in much faster cutting and longer life. For
wood; mild, tool and stainless steels; cast iron; brass and aluminum. 51 sizes
from 9⁄16” (14mm) to 6” (152mm).
• Depth of cut: 11⁄8” (28 mm).
• Use RIDGID Thread Cutting Oil on all metal except cast iron.
Hole Saw Arbors
Hole saw arbors with high-speed
pilot drills are built for use with
portable drills and drill presses. The
saws are quickly replaced without
tools and without removing the
arbor from the chuck.
6.4
52755
52760
52765
52770
52775
52780
52785
52790
52795
52800
52805
52810
52815
52820
52825
52830
52835
52840
52845
52850
52855
52860
52865
52870
52875
52880
52885
52890
52895
52900
52905
52910
52915
52920
52925
52930
52935
52940
52945
52950
52955
52960
52965
52970
52975
52980
52985
52990
52995
53000
M14
M16
M17
M19
M22
M24
M25
M27
M28
M29
M30
M32
M33
M35
M37
M38
M40
M41
M43
M44
M46
M48
M51
M52
M54
M57
M59
M60
M64
M65
M67
M70
M73
M76
M79
M83
M86
M89
M92
M95
M98
M102
M105
M108
M110
M114
M121
M127
M140
M152
9⁄16
5⁄8
11⁄16
3⁄4
13⁄16
7⁄8
15⁄16
1
11⁄16
11⁄8
13⁄16
11⁄4
15⁄16
13⁄8
17⁄16
11⁄2
19⁄16
15⁄8
111⁄16
13⁄4
113⁄16
17⁄8
2
21⁄16
21⁄8
21⁄4
25⁄16
23⁄8
21⁄2
29⁄16
25⁄8
23⁄4
27⁄8
3
31⁄8
31⁄4
33⁄8
31⁄2
35⁄8
33⁄4
37⁄8
4
41⁄8
41⁄4
43⁄8
41⁄2
43⁄4
5
51⁄2
6
mm
14
16
17
19
21
22
24
25
27
29
30
32
33
35
37
38
40
41
43
44
46
48
51
52
54
56
59
50
64
65
67
70
73
76
79
83
86
89
92
95
98
102
105
108
110
114
121
127
140
152
Nominal
Pipe Sizes (in.)
Tap Drill Body Drill
Size
Size
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3⁄8
–
3⁄4
1⁄2
–
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
11⁄4
–
–
–
11⁄2
–
–
–
–
–
2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
–
–
–
31⁄2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3⁄4
–
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
–
11⁄4
–
–
11/2
–
–
–
–
–
2
–
–
–
–
21⁄2
–
–
–
–
3
–
–
–
31⁄2
–
–
4
–
–
–
–
Nominal
Pipe Sizes (mm)
Tap Drill Body Drill
Size
Size
–
–
–
–
–
20
–
–
–
25
–
–
–
–
–
32
–
–
–
40
–
–
–
–
–
50
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
75
–
–
–
90
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
10
–
12
–
–
–
20
–
–
–
25
–
–
–
–
–
32
–
–
40
–
–
–
–
–
50
–
–
–
–
64
–
–
–
–
75
–
–
–
90
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Note: All weights are under 11⁄2 lbs. (0.68 kg).
Catalog
Model
For
Fits
No.
No.
Chuck Size
Saw Nos.
1⁄4”, 3⁄8” (6, 10 mm)
M14 – M19
53065
R0
1⁄2” (12 mm)
M14 – M19
53070
R1
1⁄2” (12 mm)
M20 – M96
53075
R2
5⁄8” (15 mm)
M20 – M96
53080
R3
53085
E3986 1⁄4” Replacement Pilot Drill with Slotted Shank
Note: All weights are under 1 lb. (0.45 kg).
Shank Size
1⁄4”
(6 mm) Round
(11 mm) Hex
7⁄16” (11 mm) Hex
5⁄8” (15 mm) Hex
7⁄16”
Model RT1000
Tapping Tools
The Model RT1000 Mini Tapping Tool is ideal for branching pressurized water
lines. With 1" tapping capacity and the ability to drill into most pipe materials,
the lightweight compact and corrosion-resistant design of the RT1000 is the
perfect tool for branching pressurized pipe when system shut down is out of
the question.
Features
• Compact and lightweight, the tool is great for tight quarters and awkward
locations.
• Sturdy machined construction and corrosion-resistant materials combine to
provide dependable lifelong operation.
• Independent cutter feed mechanism gives the operator full control of
drilling to optimize cutter performance and service life.
Model RT1000
• Taps steel, cast iron, ductile iron and plastic pipe.
• Coupon retaining bits give you the confidence that the coupon will not be
dropped in the pipe, preventing medium contamination or possible damage
of downstream equipment.
Specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tapping Capacity: 3⁄4 - 1".
Mounting: Saddle, Welded Nipple, Weld-o-let®, Thread-o-let®.
Activation: Hand Ratchet, Air Ratchet, Right angle Drill.
Cutter Feed: Rotation of sleeve around an Acme threaded barrel.
Pressure: Water, 150 psig @ 100°F.
Steam, Air – 100 psig @ 370°F.
Standard Equipment
• Model RT1000 Mini Tap Tool.
– RT1000 Tapping Tool Only.
– 3⁄4", 1" CTS Corporation Adapter.
– Small Shaft Extension.
– Small Saw Arbor.
– 1⁄4" Pilot Bit.
– Ratchet Wrench.
– (2) Spud Wrenches.
– Tool Box.
Note: Cutters are not included.
Note: The RT1000 uses the same drills and hole saws as the RT3422 and the
MLT3401 saddle tapping tool. The RT1000’s maximum capacity is 1".
Cutters
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
83567
83302
83307
76022
83317
83322
83337
83347
83327
83572
RT1000
RT1000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
RT1000 Tapping Tool CTS Set
RT1000 Tapping Tool Only
RT 1000 Tool Box
Ratchet Wrench
3⁄4" CTS Adapter
1" CTS Adapter
3⁄4" NPTM Adapter
1" NPTM Adapter
3⁄4" Mueller® 110 Compression Adapter
1" Mueller 110 Compression Adapter
Weight
lb.
kg
16
6
7
2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.5
0.5
7.3
2.9
3.0
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
Hole
Saws
52760
52780
76267
76272
76292
76297
76317
76322
Model
No.
M16
M24
–
–
–
–
–
–
DIA
Type
5⁄8"
Bi-Metal
Bi-Metal
Steel Shell
Steel Shell
CI/DI Bit*
CI/DI Bit*
Plastic Shell
Plastic Shell
7⁄8"
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
*CI/DI = Cast Iron/Ductile Iron
Note: CTS = Copper Tube Size. NPTM/NPTF = National Pipe Thread Male/Female
6.5
Tapping Tools
Model RT3422
The Model RT3422 is designed for branching pressurized water, steam and natural gas
mains. With up to 2" capacity, corrosion-proof design, ability to handle most types of
material and lightweight, the Model RT3422 is the tool to meet your tapping needs.
Features
• Easy to use. At only 21", this lightweight and compact tool is great for tight
quarters and awkward locations.
• Heavy-Duty Design. Sturdy machined, corrosion-resistant materials for dependable
lifelong benefits.
• Built-in bleed valve. Allows for easy purge of chips.
• Independent cutter feed gives the operator total independent control of the cutter
feed rotation for optimal saw life.
• Taps a variety of materials. The RT3422 is capable of tapping into steel, cast iron,
ductile iron and plastic pipe.
Model RT3422
• Versatility. The RT3422 is capable of tapping mains of:
– Water up to 500 psig.
– Steam, air and natural gas up to 150 psig.
• Coupon retaining bits. Exclusive pilot bits give you the confidence that the
coupon will not be dropped in the pipe, preventing medium contamination or
possible damage of downstream equipment.
Specifications
Accessories
Catalog
Description
No.
76017
RT 3422 Tool Box
11⁄16" Ratchet Wrench
76022
Pilots
76027
Coupon Retaining 1⁄4" Pilot
76032
Coupon Retaining 3⁄8" Pilot
Hole Saw Arbors
76037
Small Hole Saw Arbor 5⁄8"–13⁄16"
76042
Large Hole Saw Arbor Asm. 15⁄16"–13⁄4"
Shaft Extensions
76047
Small Shaft Extension 5⁄8"–13⁄16"
76052
Large Shaft Extension 15⁄16"–13⁄4"
Valve Adapters
76057
CTS 3⁄4" Female
76067
CTS 1" Female
76072
CTS 11⁄4" Female
76077
CTS 11⁄2" Female
76082
CTS 2" Female
83997
84002
84007
84012
3⁄4"
Mueller 110
1" Mueller 110
11⁄2" Mueller 110
2" Mueller 110
76132
NPT 3⁄4" Male
76137
NPT 1" Male
76142
NPT 11⁄4" Male
76147
NPT 11⁄2" Male
76152
NPT 2" Male
NPT Sets available only with steel, male valve adapters.
6.6
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tapping Capacity: 3⁄4 - 2".
Mounting: Saddle, Welded Nipple, Weld-o-let, Thread-o-let.
Cutter Travel: 14".
Activation: Hand Ratchet, Air Ratchet, Right angle Drill.
Cutter Field: Rotation of sleeve around an Acme threaded barrel.
Pressure: Water, 500 psig @ 100°F Steam, Air and Natural Gas – 150 psig @ 370°F.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
75982
75992
91192
RT3422
RT3422
RT3422
Weight
Description
Tapping Machine Only
3⁄4" - 2" NPT Set (Male)
3⁄4" - 2" CTS Set (Flared)
lb.
kg
18
30
30
8.2
13.6
13.6
Each RT3422 complete set comes with:
The RT3422 sets include RT3422 tapping tool with bleed valve, shaft extensions, heavyduty hole saw arbors, 1⁄4" and 3⁄8" coupon retaining pilot bits, ratchet wrench, (2) spud
wrenches, and 5 valve adapters in a steel tool box. Cutters are available separately.
Cutters
Hole
Saws
52760
52780
52800
52820
52850
76267
76272
76277
76282
76287
Model
No.
M16
M24
M29
M35
M44
–
–
–
–
–
DIA
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
11⁄8"
13⁄8"
13⁄4"
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
11⁄8"
13⁄8"
13⁄4"
Type
Bi-Metal
Bi-Metal
Bi-Metal
Bi-Metal
Bi-Metal
Steel Shell
Steel Shell
Steel Shell
Steel Shell
Steel Shell
Hole
Saws
76292
76297
76302
76307
76312
76317
76322
76327
76332
76337
Model
No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Note: Cutter diameter is 1⁄8"-1⁄4" smaller than the diameter of the hole being cut.
DIA
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
11⁄8"
13⁄8"
13⁄4"
5⁄8"
7⁄8"
11⁄8"
13⁄8"
13⁄4"
Type
CI/DI Bit
CI/DI Bit
CI/DI Shell
CI/DI Shell
CI/DI Shell
Plastic Shell
Plastic Shell
Plastic Shell
Plastic Shell
Plastic Shell
General Purpose Hand Tools
• Wide selection of accessory tools & equipment.
• Proven durable designs.
Type
Bench Vises
No. of Models
3
Page
7.2
Anvils
1
7.3
Levels
2
7.3
Hammers
10
7.4
Saws
3
7.5
Saw Blades
11
7.5
Tool Box
1
7.6
Tape Measures
2
7.6
Folding Rulers
4
7.7
Screwdriver
1
7.7
Pliers
9
7.8
Snips
12
7.9
Knockout Sets
2
7.10 – 7.11
Cable Cutter
1
7.11
Cable Trimmer
1
7.12
Bolt Cutters
9
7.12
Shovels
9
7.13
Screw Extractors
15
7.14
Replacement Drill Guides
10
7.15
Twist Drills
9
7.15
Electrical Wire Cutting,
Stripping and Crimping
11
7.16 – 7.17
Thermometer
1
7.18
7.1
The F-Series vises are constructed of 75,000 psi tensile strength forged steel.
These sleek, rugged vises out perform their bulky cast-iron competition.
Bench Vises
RIDGID F-Series vises feature a patented parallel jaw alignment system.
This exclusive feature gives the F-Series precise clamping action, as well as
longer service life.
F-Series Also Features:
• All-steel, drop-forged construction.
• Rolled double lead Acme screw.
• Steel handle with rubber anti-pinch rings.
• Increased work areas.
• Standard fixed pipe jaws.
• Large, hardened anvil.
• Surface hardened slides for smooth, precise operation.
• Forged steel swivel base with dual draw-down bolts.
• RIDGID Lifetime Warranty.
Vise Ordering Information
Infinitely adjustable swivel base
allows vise to lock securely in
any position.
Large capacity pipe jaws
for secure clamping
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
66987
66992
66997
69907
69912
F-45
F-50
F-60
–
–
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
41/2" Forged Vise
5" Forged Vise
6" Forged Vise
Swivel Base Assembly for F-45
Swivel Base Assembly for F-50 & F-60
26
48
63
3
6
11.9
21.6
28.6
1.4
2.8
Generously sized jaws provide
greater clamping surface.
Aluminum
Magnetic Jaw Covers
Magnetic Jaw Covers assist with specialty clamping applications.
These high quality covers give you greater flexibility when working with
your F-Series Vise.
• AJ/Smooth Aluminum - General use and non-marring surfaces.
• FJ/Fiber Cover - For gripping hardened non-marring surfaces.
• RJ/Soft Rubber - For delicate, irregular work pieces.
7.2
Soft Face
Fiber
F-Series Vise Accessories
Vise Model
F-45
F-50
F-60
Aluminum Magnetic Jaw Covers
Fiber Magnetic Jaw Covers
Soft-Faced Magnetic Jaw Covers
69847
69862
69877
69852
69867
69882
69857
69872
69887
Weight
lb.
kg
1.0
1.0
1.0
.50
.50
.50
Anvils
Forged Anvils
The Peddinghaus® anvil has long stood for quality and craftsmanship. Peddinghaus
anvils are drop-forged and produced entirely from high grade steel for maximum
durability. The top face is ground and induction hardened to provide a lively surface
to work on.
Model #12 comes equipped with a pritchel hole to support the use of various tools.
Model #12 also features an upsetting block.
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Width
of Face
Length
of Face
Length
of Horns
Total
Length
Total
Height
Base
69642
68622
69632
12
5
9
51⁄4
3
5
12
8
101⁄2
81⁄2
51⁄2
71⁄2
281⁄2
183⁄4
25
121⁄4
8
101⁄2
103⁄4 x 131⁄2
63⁄4 x 73⁄4
91⁄4 x 11
Levels
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
275
77
165
125
35
75
1
1
1
Nightshade Torpedo Level
Ideal for general use and work in tight places. Glow in the dark vial frames for dark areas. Three vials
for plumb, level and 45° miter. Three (3) strong rare earth magnets. V-grooved edge for pipe and conduit
work. Large top-read level vial No. 395.
Aluminum Level
Top-reading, extruded aluminum level. Milled top for exacting precision.
Full length magnetic base No. 724.
No. 395
Torpedo Level
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
87097
87107
395
724
Description
9" Torpedo Level
24" Top-Read Magnetic Aluminum Level
Body
Length
in.
mm
9
24
229
610
in.
mm
x 11⁄4
1 x 21⁄4
16 x 32
25 x 57
5⁄8
Weight
lb.
kg
1⁄3
11⁄8
0.15
0.6
Std.
Pack
1
1
No. 724
24" Aluminum Level
7.3
Hammers
Hand Drilling
Hammer
RIDGID hammers feature high-quality steel heads. Individual sections are
tempered steel for strength, hardness and resiliency. Wood handles are
select grain burnished hickory. Claw hammers feature impact-resistant
fiberglass handles with no-slip cushion grip.
Curved Claw
Hammer
Short Handle
Sledge Hammer
Ripping Claw
Hammer
Ball Pein
Hammer
Hammer Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
52475
52480
52485
52490
52450
52455
52465
52470
52495
52505
7.4
Model
No.
116
120
216
220
012
016
024
032
250
303
Head Weight
Description
16 oz. Curved Claw Hammer
20 oz. Curved Claw Hammer
16 oz. Ripping Claw Hammer
20 oz. Ripping Claw Hammer
12 oz. Ball Pein Hammer
16 oz. Ball Pein Hammer
24 oz. Ball Pein Hammer
32 oz. Ball Pein Hammer
21⁄2 lb. Short Handled Sledge
3 lb. Hand Drilling Hammer
oz./lb.
16 oz
20 oz
16 oz
20 oz
12 oz
16 oz
24 oz
32 oz
21/2 lb
3 lb
Overall Length
kg/g
lb.
454 g
567 g
454 g
567 g
340 g
454 g
680 g
907 g
1.1 kg
1.4 kg
131⁄4
131/4
131/4
131/4
13
14
151⁄2
16
151⁄2
10
Weight
kg
lb.
kg
337
337
337
337
330
356
394
406
394
254
11⁄2
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.6
0.7
1.0
1.3
1.5
1.6
13⁄4
11⁄2
13⁄4
11⁄8
11⁄2
21⁄8
23⁄4
31⁄4
31⁄2
Hammers
& Handles
Standard
Pack
4
4
4
4
6
6
6
6
4
4
No. 212 Pro Arc
Saws
Designed to offer superior strength and maximum control in a lightweight professional hack
saw. The bow frame casting provides both greater strength and improved work piece access.
Blade replacement is a snap with the large tensioning knob and the rubberized hand grips
fore and aft ensure a controlled and speedy cut. In addition, the 212 Pro Arc provides two
positions for mounting the blade (either 45° or 90° cut angles) to handle the job.
No. 1205 PVC/ABS Saw
Designed for cutting plastic pipe, plywood and veneers. Has an aluminum handle and 18"
blade with replacements available in either 12" or 18" lengths.
No. 212 Pro Arc Hack Saw
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
20238
50522
50527
50532
212
1205
1205-1
1205-2
Pro Arc Aluminum Hack Saw
18" PVC/ABS Pipe Saw
12" Replacement Blade
18" Replacement Blade
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
7⁄8
0.4
0.1
0.2
1
6
1
1
3⁄8
1⁄2
Note 18" Blade standard with Model 1205
No. 1205 PVC/ABS Saw
Standard Alloy
Saw Blades
Bi-Metal High-Speed
Hack Saw Blades
Choice of Standard, Alloy or Bi-Metal High Speed Blades in 10" or 12" lengths.
Standard Alloy Hack Saw Blades
These blades are especially designed for general use by plumbers, electricians, maintenance men and home handymen.
Teeth have been hardened for extra-long service life.
Bi-Metal Blades
Bi-Metal Blades have high-speed steel teeth electron-beam-welded to tough, yet flexible die steel backing to produce
the best possible performance in a premium quality blade.
Standard Alloy and Bi Metal High Speed Hack Saw Blades
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
35900
35910
35915
35920
57577
57582
93785
93790
56847
56852
56857
1024-A
1218-A
1224-A
1232-A
1218-A
1224-A
1218-BM
1224-BM
1218-BM
1224-BM
1232-BM
Description
10" Standard Hack Saw Blade
12" Standard Hack Saw Blade
12" Standard Hack Saw Blade
12" Standard Hack Saw Blade
12" Standard Hack Saw Blade
12" Standard Hack Saw Blade
12" Bi-Metal Hi-Speed Hack Saw Blade
12" Bi-Metal Hi-Speed Hack Saw Blade
12" Bi-Metal Hi-Speed Hack Saw Blade
12" Bi-Metal Hi-Speed Hack Saw Blade
12" Bi-Metal Hi-Speed Hack Saw Blade
Blade Size
in.
mm
10 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
12 x 1⁄2
250 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
300 x 12
Teeth
Per Inch
Blades
Per Pack
24
18
24
32
18
24
18
24
18
24
32
10
10
10
10
100
100
10
10
100
100
100
Weight
lb.
kg
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
41⁄2
41⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
41⁄2
41⁄2
41⁄2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
2.0
2.0
0.2
0.2
2.0
2.0
2.0
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7.5
Tool Box
No. 606 Standard Shape with Tray
Padlock provision on catch. Heavy-duty tray with handle.
Heavy-duty tool boxes for tradesmen’s use. Made of 18-gauge, cold-rolled prime steel. Two
heavy-duty plated trunk-type catches. Plated top handle. Electrically welded construction.
Continuous piano hinge. Durable baked red enamel finish, electrostatically sprayed.
Dimensions – L x W x H
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
33085
606
Standard Shape w/Tray
in.
Weight
mm
20 x 81⁄2 x 91⁄2
508 x 216 x 241
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
191⁄2
8.8
1
Tape Measures
Locking Steel Tapes
Blade locks in place, rewinds automatically. Chromium-plated, inside-outside case has
button control for tape locking and power rewinding.
Removable belt clip. Tempered steel blade is finished in yellow enamel and coated with
Mylar® for lasting protection. Reinforced blade prevents breakage at the tip. Self-adjusting
inside-outside end hook. Stud marks every 16".
Long Steel Tapes
Long Steel Tapes
Durable case has vinyl covering over rust-resistant coated steel liner. Nickel-plated fittings.
Push pin easily opens fold-in-rewind handle. Easy-to-read white steel tape shows inches in
black, feet in red. 16" centers clearly indicated. Folding end hook holds firmly and releases
easily.
Replaceable blades available for all models.
Locking Steel Tapes
Locking Steel Tapes
7.6
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
20213
20218
20208
636
671
632
in.
16' Tape
25' Tape
100' Tape
3⁄4
1
1
Weight
Length
Width
Description
mm
ft.
m
oz.
g
Standard
Pack
19
25
25
16
25
100
5
7.6
30.5
10
171⁄8
143⁄4
238
492
419
6
6
1
Rulers
Fiberglass Folding Rules
Precision made of flexible heavy-duty fiberglass with embedded, easy-to-read boldface figures
and graduations with red 16" stud marks and positive locking joints. No. 1602 is graduated on
one side in millimeters with red markings every 10 cm. Reverse side reads in inches.
No. 1619F
Fiberglass 6' Inside
Flat Reading Rule
Fiberglass Folding Rules
Catalog Model
No.
No.
73365
73370
73360
81280
1619
1619F
1620
1602
Description
6' Outside Reading
6' Inside Flat Reading
6' Extension Rule
2m Metric Rule
Width
in.
5⁄8
5⁄8
5⁄8
5⁄8
mm
16
16
16
16
Length
Weight
ft.
oz.
g
Std.
Pack
7
7
7
7
198
198
198
198
6
6
6
6
m
6
1.8
6
1.8
6
1.8
6' 63⁄4" 2
No. 1620
Fiberglass 6' Extension Rule
with 6" Extension Slide.
No. 1602
2m, 78 3/4" Rule. Inside Flat
Reading Scale in millimeters.
Outside Scale in inches.
No. 1619
Fiberglass 6' Outside
Flat Reading Rule
Multi-Purpose 6-in 1 Screwdriver
• Includes:
– #1 and #2 Phillips® tip.
– 3⁄16” and ¼” flat tip.
– 5⁄16” and ¼” nut drivers in the shaft.
• Contoured cushioned grip for increased grip and torque.
• Ball/spring retention shaft with positive snap-fit locking handle.
• Full RIDGID Lifetime Warranty.
6-in-1 Screwdriver
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
16573
1974
6-in-1 Screwdriver
Length
in.
8"
Weight
mm
203
lb.
1⁄4
kg
Standard
Pack
.11
12
7.7
Pliers
Pliers
• Professional quality tools, precision crafted for ultimate balance, high strength and
exacting performance.
• Forged and heat-treated for extended life and durability.
• Slip Joint and Tongue and Groove pliers feature a flush rivet design which provides a
stronger tool and allows access to tighter areas.
• Cushioned grips are designed for comfort only. They are NOT intended as insulation
against electric shock.
Tongue and Groove Pliers
Slip-Joint Pliers
Wide-Jaw Pliers
Linesman Pliers
7.8
Long-Nose Pliers
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
16493
16458
16483
16488
62347
62352
16468
16473
62362
763
767
761
766
707
709
710
713
716
Length
Description
Linesman Pliers
Slip-Joint Pliers
Wide-Jaw Pliers
Long-Nose Pliers
Tongue-and-Groove Pliers
Tongue-and-Groove Pliers, 1 3⁄16 Capacity
Wide-Mouth Tongue-and-Groove Pliers, 21⁄4 Capacity
Tongue-and-Groove Pliers, 21⁄4 Capacity
Tongue-and-Groove Pliers, 41⁄4 Capacity
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
9"
8"
7"
8"
71⁄2"
91⁄2"
101⁄2"
13"
16"
228
203
177
203
190
241
266
330
406
3⁄4
.27
.23
.23
.23
.34
.45
.45
.88
1.24
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
3⁄4
1
1
11⁄2
23⁄4
Snips
No. 780, 781
and 782 Straight Snips
No. 787
Aviation Snips (cuts left)
No. 783, 784
and 785 Duckbill Snips (Circular)
No. 788
Aviation Snips (cuts straight)
No. 789
Light Metal Cutting Shear
No. 796
Offset Snips (cuts right)
No. 786
Aviation Snips (cuts right)
No. 797
Offset Snips (cuts left)
All RIDGID Snips feature forged, heat-treated blades for increased quality and performance.
Metal Cutting Snips
Excellent for cutting sheet metal, screening, wire, leather, cloth, gasket material, rubber, linoleum, roofing material, plastics, etc.
Handles designed for right- or left-hand use.
Light Metal Cutting Shear
Cuts wire, sheet metal, rope, yarn, etc. Vinyl-coated handles. Manufactured from high-carbon, hot drop-forged tool steel.
Aviation Snips and Offset Snips
Ideal for cutting 18-gauge or lighter cold-rolled sheet steel. Compound action results in maximum jaw power with minimum effort.
Aviation snips threaded jaw bolt allows the blades to be realigned after prolonged use.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
54085
54090
54095
54100
54105
54110
54115
54120
54125
54130
16202
16207
780
781
782
783
784
785
786
787
788
789
796
797
Description
Straight Snip
Straight Snip
Straight Snip
Duckbill Snip
Duckbill Snip
Duckbill Snip
Snip - Cuts Right
Snip - Cuts Left
Snip - Cuts Straight
Light Metal Shear
Offset Snip - Cuts Right
Offset Snip - Cuts Left
Cut
Length
in.
mm
7
10
121⁄2
7
10
121⁄2
101⁄2
101⁄2
101⁄2
61⁄2
101⁄2
101⁄2
177
254
318
178
254
318
267
267
267
165
267
267
in.
2
21⁄2
3
13⁄4
21⁄2
3
13⁄8
13⁄8
11⁄2
11⁄4
11⁄2
11⁄2
Weight
mm
51
64
76
44
64
76
35
35
38
32
38
38
lb.
3⁄4
1
13⁄4
5⁄8
1
13⁄4
1
1
1
1⁄4
1
1
kg
Standard
Pack
0.34
0.5
0.8
0.3
0.5
0.8
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.1
0.5
0.5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7.9
RIDGID’s unique 3-point design makes punching fast and simple. Blanks
fall out easily without prying. Choose from ball bearing manual sets to 2"
or hydraulic sets to 4" with foot or hand pumps. RIDGID punches and dies
are available individually or in sets, and are interchangeable with most
knockout systems.
Knockout Sets
Manual Kits
Hardened alloy steel drive screws equipped with H-D ball bearings provide
ease of operation and long life. Double end ratchet wrench included in
Model R739BB provides speed and convenience.
• Precision-ground 3-point punch/die sets.
– Capacity to 2" in 10-gauge mild steel.
• H-D ball bearing drive screws.
• Sets include durable ABS storage case.
• 3 kits available, including deluxe ratchet drive.
R739BB
Hydraulic Kits
Combines ease of hydraulic operation and precision-ground knockouts to
provide clean, quick holes. Available with foot or hand pumps.
• Precision-ground 3-point punch/die sets.
– Capacity to 4" in 10-gauge mild or 16-gauge stainless steel.
• Powerful 11-ton hydraulic ram.
• Pumps equipped with internal safety relief valve.
• Ram and pump equipped with quick disconnect couplers.
HKO-186
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
31787
31792
31797
23477
24587
R735BB
R737BB
R739BB
HKO-186
HKO-1810
Description
1⁄2"-11⁄4"
Ball Bearing Kit w/Case
11⁄2"-2" Ball Bearing Kit w/Case
1⁄2"-2" Ball Bearing Kit w/Ratchet Wrench & Case
1⁄2"-2" Hydraulic Kit w/Hand Pump (Includes 2 Draw Bolts, Draw Bar, Spacers, 3' Hose)
1⁄2"-4" Hydraulic Kit w/Hand Pump (Above w/KOPD 254 Kit)
Weight
lb.
kg
61⁄4
71⁄2
11
313⁄4
611⁄4
2.8
3.3
5.0
14.3
27.7
1
13⁄4
11⁄2
0.4
0.7
0.7
10
16
61⁄4
11⁄4
4.5
7.3
2.8
0.5
0.2
1.0
1.4
3.2
Manual Knockout Accessories
31802
31807
31817
–
–
–
3⁄8"
Ball Bearing Bolt
Ball Bearing Bolt
5⁄8" x 1" Ratchet Wrench
3⁄4"
Hydraulic Knockout Accessories
24542
24547
24537
24582
17602
17597
21847
21857
7.10
H-18
HF-18
8R111S
–
–
–
–
–
Hand Pump with Elbow
Foot Pump with Elbow
Ram (Same Ram - All Sets)
Spacer Group (Inc. Long, Med., Short Spacer)
3⁄8" Draw Bolt (F/Hyd Sets 1⁄2" P/D)
3⁄4" Draw Bolt (F/Hyd Sets 3⁄4"-4" P/D)
3' Hyd Hose (Hand Pump)
10' Hyd Hose (Foot Pump)
1⁄2
21⁄4
3
7
Knockout Sets
No. KOPD-52, 1/2"-2" Punch and Die Set with Case
No. KOPD-254, 21/2"-4" Punch and Die Set with Case
• Precision-ground 3-point punches.
• Tool steel tough dies.
• Sturdy case.
• Precision-ground 3-point punches.
• Tool steel tough dies.
• Sturdy case.
Catalog No.
Description
Conduit
Size No.
Actual Hole Size
in.
mm
Punch Cat.
No.
1⁄2
7⁄8
3⁄4
11⁄8
13⁄8
111⁄16
115⁄16
27⁄16
215⁄16
39⁄16
41⁄16
49⁄16
22.5
28.3
34.6
43.3
49.7
61.8
74.4
90.6
103.2
116.0
17497
17502
17507
17512
17517
17522
17527
17532
17537
17542
1
11⁄4
11⁄2
2
21⁄2
3
31⁄2
4
Catalog No.
Description
23492
No. KOPD-254 Set with 21⁄2", 3", 31⁄2",
4" Punches and Dies and Case
No. KOPD-52 Set with 1⁄2", 3⁄4", 1", 11⁄4", 11⁄2",
2" Punches and Dies and Case
23487
Cable Cutter
Punch Weight
lb.
kg
Die Catalog
No.
1⁄2
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.6
1.0
1.8
1.5
2.3
1.5
2.3
17547
17552
17557
17562
17567
17572
17577
17582
17587
17592
1⁄2
3⁄4
11⁄4
21⁄4
4
31⁄4
5
31⁄4
5
Die Weight
lb.
kg
Hydraulic Kit
Draw Bolt No.
Manual Kit
Draw Bolt No.
1
0.5
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.5
1.5
2.4
1.4
1.9
17602
17597
17597
17597
17597
17597
17597
17597
17597
17597
31802
31807
31807
31807
31807
31807
–
–
–
–
3⁄4
1
11⁄2
2
31⁄4
31⁄4
51⁄4
3
41⁄4
No. 1380 Cable Cutter
No. 1380 Cable Cutter is designed to shear-cut insulated aluminum and copper
cable through 13⁄8" diameter, and 750 MCM*. Drop-forged, heat-treated, alloy
steel jaws shear cable with minimum distortion of internal wires. Fitted with
fiberglass-insulated handles and rubber grips.
*Not intended for cutting steel or ACSR cable.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
83350
1380
Description
Cable Cutter
Capacity
Aluminum and Copper
Cable through 13⁄8"
Diameter and
750 MCM.
Weight
lb.
kg
41⁄2
2.0
Std.
Pack
1
7.11
• Hardened alloy steel jaws are designed and manufactured to assure
the longest possible blade life.
Bolt Cutter
• One-step internal cam mechanism provides the quickest and simplest
way to keep the cutting blades precisely aligned.
• Handles and grips designed to allow greater mechanical advantage for
crisp, controlled cutting.
Replacement Heads
Catalog
No.
Weight
Description
18363
18368
18373
18378
18383
18388
S14 Head Assembly
S18 Head Assembly
S24 Head Assembly
S30 Head Assembly
S36 Head Assembly
S42 Head Assembly
lb.
kg
/
11/4
1
2 /4
87/8
131/2
181/4
1.0
1.5
2.7
4.0
6.1
8.3
7 8
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Bolt Cutter
Description
14213
14218
14223
14228
14233
14238
S14
S18
S24
S30
S36
S42
Center Cut
Center Cut
Center Cut
Center Cut
Center Cut
Center Cut
Soft (15RC)1
in.
mm
/
/
/
1/2
9/16
11/16
5 16
3 8
7 16
7.9
9.5
11.0
12.7
14.3
17.5
Capacity/Metals
Medium (31RC)2
in.
mm
/
/
/
7/16
1/2
9/16
6.4
7.9
9.5
11.0
12.7
14.3
1 4
5 16
3 8
Hard (42RC)3
in.
mm
/
/
/
3/8
7/16
1/2
3 16
1 4
5 16
4.8
6.4
7.9
9.5
11.0
12.7
Length
Overall
Weight
in.
mm
lb.
kg
15
19
26
31
38
44
379
485
652
800
958
1,115
1/
33/8
57/8
87/8
131/2
181/4
1.0
1.5
2.7
4.0
6.1
8.3
1 4
Soft steel and nonferrous metals, bolts, screws, rivets, wire.
Iron and steel.
Stainless steel, spring wire, heat-treated rod, reinforcing rod.
1
2
3
Cable Trimmer
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
54135
87
54270
E-4695
Description
ACSR Cable Trimmer, includes Bushing
Holder, Cutter, and Carrying Case
Cutter Wheel
Weight
lb.
kg
91⁄2
4.3
1
.02
RIDGID No. 87 ACSR Cable Trimmer for fast, accurate cable splice
preparation.
No. 87 ACSR
Cable Trimmer
No. 87 ACSR
Cable Trimmer Kit
7.12
• Trims 85 sizes of ACSR cable from 8 AWG to 1,780,000 circular mils (C.M.).
• Bushings for 9 popular cable sizes from 1/0 AWG through 1,780,000
C.M. available from stock.
• The operation of the tool is similar to that of a conventional tubing cutter.
• The bushing holder, cutter and handy carrying case are sold as one unit.
• Case contains storage sockets for 11 bushings.
Twelfth bushing is stored in holder.
Catalog
No.
Bushing No.
A.W.G. or C. M.
No. of Strands
54440
54445
54450
54465
54480
54500
54520
54540
54575
E-5761
E-5762
E-5763
E-5766
E-5769
E-5773
E-5777
E-5781
E-5788
2/0
3/0
4/0
266,800
336,400
397,500
477,000
556,500
636,000
6/1
6/1
6/1
26/7
26/7
26/7
26/7
26/7
54/7 24/7
Shovels
No. 172
No. 174
No. 173
No. 171/No. 171FG
No. 170/No. 170FG
Shovel blades and shanks are one-piece, rust-proofed, 14-gauge
steel, taper-formed and then heat treated. Round blades have a
slip-resistant, turned step. Burnished, lacquered ash handles are
double-riveted to blade socket. 170 and 171 designs are offered
with fiberglass handles for greater strength and longer life.
No. 177
No. 176
Catalog
No.
52300
50482
52305
50487
52310
52315
52320
88680
50492
Model
No.
170
170FG
171
171FG
172
173
174
176
177
Handle Length
Blade Size
Weight
Description
Long Handle, Round Point
Fiberglass Round Point
Long Handle, Square Point
Fiberglass Square Point
D Handle, Round Point
D Handle, Square Point
D Handle, Drain Spade
D Handle, Steel Scoop
Trench Shovel
in.
mm
in.
mm
lb.
kg
47
48
47
48
27
27
27
27
47
1194
1200
1194
1200
686
686
686
686
1194
85/8 x 111/2
85/8 x 111/2
93/4 x 12
93/4 x 12
85/8 x 111/2
93/4 x 12
51/2 x 16
93/4 x 16
51/2 x 12
219 x 292
219 x 292
248 x 305
248 x 305
219 x 292
248 x 305
140 x 356
248 x 406
140 x 305
34/5
4.7
41/2
5
4
41/2
34/5
51/2
3.1
1.7
2.1
2.0
2.3
1.8
2.0
1.7
2.5
1.4
Standard
Pack
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Replacement
Handle (6 per pack)
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
52345
–
52345
–
–
–
–
–
52345
191
–
191
–
–
–
–
–
191
7.13
Screw Extractors
FIRST – Drill a small hole clear through
SECOND – Remove Drill Guide. Drill out
the broken end using a snug fitting
the small center hole to larger diameter
RIDGID Drill Guide for precision centering. for receiving the “longrip” Extractor.
This centering hole is for the larger drill
to follow.
THIRD – Drive the “longrip” Extractor into
the thin hollow shell and turn it out.
Screw Extractors
(With Sliding Turnut)
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
35535
35540
35545
35550
35555
1
2
3
4
5
35560
35565
35570
6
7
8
Screw
Diameter
in. mm
/
6
/
8
3/8
9,5
7/16
11
1/2-9/16
13-14
(No Turnut)
5/8
16
3/4
19
7/8-1
22-25
1 4
5 16
Use
Drill
in. mm
Flute
Diameter
in.
mm
Length
Overall
in.
mm
Maximum
Depth
in.
mm
Weight
oz.
g
Std.
Pack
/
/
1/4
5/16
11/32
3
5
6
8
9
0.139
0.205
0.272
0.338
0.374
3.5
5.2
6.9
8.6
9.5
25/16
23/4
31/16
35/16
33/4
59
70
78
84
95
1
1
1
1
1
25
25
25
25
25
/
1
11/4
13/4
21/4
14
28
35
50
64
6
6
6
6
6
/
/
5/8
11
13
16
0.471 12.0
0.538 13.7
0.665 16.9
41/8
41/2
43/4
105
114
121
2
2
3
51
51
76
3
4
61/2
85
113
184
6
6
6
1 8
3 16
7 16
1 2
1 2
Catalog Model
No.
No.
35575
35580
35690
3
5
5
Weight
oz. g
Description
Includes Nos. 3,4 and 5
Includes Nos. 1,2,3,4 and 5
Holder Only
8
8
1
227
227
28
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
No. 10 Screw Extractor Set
No. 25 Screw and Pipe Extractor Set
No. 10 set contains 20 precision tools – one each of Extractor Nos. 1 to 5
inclusive with turnuts, drill Nos. 1 to 5 inclusive, and drill guides Nos. 921
to 1821 inclusive. Pre-formed plastic box provides convenient storage.
No. 25 set contains one each of screw extractors Nos. 1 to 8 inclusive
(Nos. 1 to 5 Extractors with turnuts); Drill Nos. 1 to 8 inclusive, and one
No. 36; and complete set of drill guides and bushings. Maximum depth
extractor range 1" to 3". Pipe extractors Nos. 80 to 85 also included.
These precision tools are packed in a fitted compartment box.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
35585
35695
10
10
Description
Screw Extractor Set
Box Only
Capacity
in.
mm
/-/
/-/
1 4 1 2
1 4 1 2
6-13
6-13
Weight
lb.
kg
11/4
11/4
0.6
0.6
Std.
Pack
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
1
1
35590
25
35700
7.14
Screw Extractors
(In Sets)
25
Description
Screw and Pipe
Extractor Set
Box Only
Type
Screw
Pipe
–
Capacity
in.
mm
/ -1
/ -1
–
1 4
1 8
6-25
3-25
–
Weight
lb.
kg
Std.
Pack
91/4
4.2
1
1
.5
1
Replacement Drill Guides / Twist Drills
Replacement Drill Guides
(One-Piece Type)
High-Speed Twist Drills
Catalog
No.
35765
35770
35775
35780
35785
35790
35795
35800
35805
35810
Model
No.
921
1021
1121
1221
1321
1421
1521
1621
1721
1821
Diameter
O.D.
in.
mm
/
/
11/32
3/8
13/32
7/16
15/32
1/2
17/32
9/16
9 32
5 16
7.1
7.9
8.7
9.5
10.0
11.1
11.9
12.7
13.5
14.3
Overall
Length
in.
mm
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
13/16
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
Use
Drill
in.
mm
/
/
1/8
1/8
3/16
3/16
3/16
3/16
1/4
1/4
1 8
1 8
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
6
6
Weight
oz.
g
/
/
1/2
1/2
1/2
3/4
3/4
1
1
1
1 4
1 2
7
14
14
14
14
21
21
28
28
28
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
35720
35725
35730
35735
35740
35745
35750
35755
35760
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
36
Diameter
in.
mm
/
/
1/4
5/16
11/32
7/16
1/2
5/8
1/4
3
5
6
8
9
11
13
16
6
1 8
3 16
Length
Overall
in.
mm
21/2
3
31/2
4
41/2
43/4
5
51/2
6
63
73
89
102
114
121
127
139
152
Weight
oz.
g
/
/
3/4
11/4
11/2
21/2
31/2
51/2
11/2
7
14
21
35
43
71
99
156
43
1 4
1 2
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7.15
Electrical Tools
• Complete Lineup Of Heavy-Duty Cutting, Stripping, & Crimping Tools For Electrical and
Other Applications.
• Innovative RIDG-BACK™ Technology Reduces Cutting Force Up To 50%.
• All Tools Come With Deluxe Cushion Grips That Include Clear Application Markings.
• All Tools Include A Black Oxide Finish To Resist Rust and Corrosion.
The RIDG-BACK™ Advantage!
A Staggered Design Means The Blade, Not You, Provides More
Cutting Force – Required Hand Force Is Reduced Up To 50%.
Premium Features
• Return spring action speeds up work.
• Positive lock to protect cutting and stripping edges when stored.
• Steel wire shear and bolt cutting stations for extra versatility.
Model 83E:
10-18/12-20 AWG
Model 84E:
20-30/22-32 AWG
• Holes included for quick wire looping.
• Serrated pliers nose for working small nuts and pulling wire.
Model 90E:
Romex
Model 96E:
Dual Romex
Model 86E:
Cu/Coax Rear Crimp
Model 80E:
Coax Cable Tool
Model 81E:
5/8" Capacity
Model 85E:
Cu/Coax Front Crimp
Model 88E: 3-PC Mini Tools for Tight Spaces
7.16
Cutting Blade/Stations
Main Cutting Blade
Accessory Cutting Stations
Additional Features
Bolt Cutting
Stations
Return
Spring
Protective
Lock
Wire
Looping
Holes
Nose
Pliers
6-32, 8-32
6-32, 8-32
Cutter/Stripper: 10-2 Romex NM-B,
10 AWG Solid Copper
6-32, 8-32
96E
Cutter/Stripper: 12-2/14-2 Dual Romex
NM-B, 12-14 AWG Solid Copper
6-32, 8-32
21423
81E
4-In-1 Multi-Purpose Cutter:
5/8” Capacity, Electrical Copper Wire
and Cable And Multi-Conductor Wire
6-32, 8-32
21428
89E
Fiber Optic Stripper: 900 μm / 250μm
Buffer Coating, 3.0mm Fiber Jacket
RIDGBACK
Blade
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description/Materials Used For:
21393
83E
Cutter/Stripper: 10-18 AWG Solid,
12-20 AWG Stranded Copper
21398
84E
Cutter/Stripper: 20-30 AWG Solid,
22-32 AWG Stranded Copper
21433
90E
21438
Curved
or Notch
Blade
Curved For
Copper
Steel
Wire
Shear
Nose
Anvil
Cutter
Weight
Std.
Pack
lb.
kg
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
1⁄2
0.2
6
Cutting / Stripping / Crimping Combo Tools:
21408
85E
10-22 AWG Copper, Coax
w/Up-Front Crimping
21403
86E
10-22 AWG Copper,
Coax w/Rear-Pivot Crimping
21418
80E
Coax Cable Tool For RG-6,
RG-6 Quad, RG-59
21413
88E
3-Pc. Mini Cutter, Stripper, Crimper For
Tight Spaces: 8-18 AWG Solid,
10-22 AWG Stranded Copper
4-40, 6-32, 8-32,
10-32, 10-24
4-40, 5-40,
6-32, 8-32,
10-32, 10-24
Notched
Blade
Fiber Optic Stripper
• Strips 900μm and 250μm buffer coating from 125μm optical fiber.
• Precision stripping station to remove 3.0mm fiber jacket.
• Return spring to speed work.
• Lock protects blade when stored.
Model 89E:
Fiber Optic Stripper
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
21428
89E
Description
Fiber Optic Stripper: 900μm/250μm
Buffer coating, 3.0mm fiber jacket
Weight
lb.
kg
/
1 2
0.2
Std.
Pack
6
Other RIDGID Electrical Contractor Tools:
1224 Threading Machine –
Page 4.28
Hole Saws – Page 6.4
Pliers – Page 7.8
Thinwall Conduit Benders –
Page 8.4
7.17
Thermometer
MicroRay IR-100 Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer
• Great energy audit and troubleshooting tool for a variety of applications:
– Plant and building maintenance.
– HVAC and refrigeration.
– Electrical.
– Plumbing.
– Automotive.
• Simple, “1-Click” temperature measurement capability with Ultra-Sharp Class II
laser sighting.
• The MicroRay IR-100 offers several RIDGID advantages:
– 15 to 1 distance to spot ratio.
– “Smart” temperature readings: accurately measure temperature of different surfaces
(e.g. copper, aluminum, iron, plastic, etc.) regardless of their emissivity properties
– no need to apply tape or paint to object to ensure proper measurement.
– “Smart” settings: High and low alarms; maximum, minimum and differential
temperature readings.
• Other key specifications:
– Temperature Range: -30° to +500° C, -22° to 932° F.
– Large Backlight LCD display.
– Tripod mounting capability.
– Operates on 9V battery (included).
7.18
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
23578
IR-100
Description
Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer
Weight
lb.
kg
1⁄2
0.2
Std.
Pack
1
Bending & Forming
• Wide selection for specific bending and forming needs.
• Quality you can trust.
Type
No. of Sizes
in.
Capacity
mm
Page
Lever Benders
Plumbing
Instrument
Tri-Bender
Heavy-Duty
8
9
1
2
– 3⁄4
3⁄16 – 1⁄2
1⁄4 – 3⁄8
3⁄8 – 1⁄2
10 – 18
6 – 12
–
–
8.2
8.2
8.3
8.3
Ratchet Benders
3
5⁄8
– 7⁄8
16 – 22
8.3
Spring-Type Benders
Conduit Benders
Heavy-Wall
Thin-Wall
10
1⁄4
– 7⁄8
6 – 22
8.4
3
3
1⁄2
– 11⁄4
–1
12 – 25.32
–
8.4
8.4
Tube Expanders
15
3⁄8
– 13⁄4
–
8.5
Swaging Tools
5
1⁄4
– 5⁄8
6 – 16
8.5
Conduit Sizing Tool
Flaring Tools
Ratchet Type
Standard
Hammer-Type
5
1⁄8
–
5⁄8
6 – 16
8.5
6
12
8
3⁄16
–1
– 5⁄8
3⁄8 – 2
4 – 16
6 – 16
9 – 50
8.6
8.6
8.6
13
5⁄16
–
8.7
Ratchet Tube
Wrenches
5⁄8
1⁄2
1⁄8
–1
8.1
Lever Benders
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
36962*
36972
36942
36947
36952
36957
36962*
36967
310
312
310M
312M
314M
315M
316M
318M
Description
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Capacity
Tube Size
(actual O.D.) Bend Radius
5⁄8"
21⁄4"
3⁄4"
27⁄8"
10 mm
42 mm
12 mm
42 mm
14 mm
56 mm
15 mm
56 mm
16 mm
56 mm
18 mm
72 mm
Weight
lb.
kg
61⁄2
7
4
4
61⁄2
61⁄2
61⁄2
7
2.86
3.13
1.81
1.81
2.86
2.86
2.86
3.13
*This product is dual-purpose, being both inch and metric.
300 Series Benders
• Designed to bend copper tubing to a maximum of 180°.
• Offset cushion grip handles and a 90° start angle, together with a specially engineered plastic
shoe, combine to ease bending effort.
• 300 series lever benders form smooth bends in types K & L soft (annealed) copper
tubing.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
36117
36122
36092*
36097
36132
36112
36092*
36102
36127
403
404
405
406
408
406M
408M
410M
412M
Description
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
*This product is dual-purpose, being both inch and metric.
400 Series Instrument Benders
• Combine accuracy with easy operation.
• Offset cushion grip handles eliminate knuckle cracking when forming 180˚ bends. A 90˚ start
angle and unique oil-absorbing shoe minimize bending effort while forming accurate bends in
copper, steel and stainless steel tubing.
8.2
Capacity
Tube Size
(actual O.D.) Bend Radius
3⁄16"
5⁄8"
5⁄8"
¼"
5⁄16"
5⁄16"
3⁄8"
5⁄16"
1⁄2"
11⁄2"
6 mm
16 mm
8 mm
24 mm
10 mm
24 mm
12 mm
38 mm
Weight
lb.
kg
11⁄2
11⁄2
23⁄4
23⁄4
51⁄2
11⁄2
23⁄4
23⁄4
51⁄2
0.68
0.68
1.18
1.18
2.45
0.68
1.18
1.18
2.45
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Capacity
44852
456
1⁄4", 5⁄16", 3⁄8"
Weight
lb.
kg
14
0.4
456 Tri-Bender
• Designed to easily bend three different sizes of soft tubing:
1⁄4", 5⁄16" and 3⁄8" with the same tool. Ideal for plumbing and HVAC applications.
• A 90° start angle minimizes effort required to form a bend. Handy reference marks
indicate the angle for quick bends through 90˚.
Catalog
No.
51912
51917
Model
No.
506
508
Description
Capacity
Bend Radius
Lever Bender
Lever Bender
3⁄8"
15⁄16"
1⁄2"
11⁄2"
Weight
lbs.
kg
31⁄2
1.45
61⁄2
2.95
500 Series Heavy-Duty Instrument Benders
• Specially designed for bending stainless steel, titanium and other types of hard tubing.
• A unique two-stage handle design and rollers in the bending handle combine to produce high
quality bends with significantly less effort than with conventional benders.
Ratchet Benders
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
35170
35175
35180
358
368
378
Radius to Center
of Tube
in.
mm
3
76
95
33⁄4
95
33⁄4
Tube O.D.
in.
5⁄8
3⁄4
7⁄8
mm
16
19
22
Weight
lbs.
71⁄2
131⁄2
131⁄2
kg
3.25
6.25
6.25
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Geared Ratchet Tube Benders
• High geared mechanical ratios, bend heavy-wall steel tube (up to 1⁄8" wall thickness), stainless
steel tube (up to 3⁄32" wall thickness) and hard copper water tube (types K and L).
• Benders produce uniform bends up to 180˚, with no need to anneal tubing or use special temper
grade tubing.
• Reduce bending effort to a minimum.
8.3
Spring-Type Benders
Spring-Type Tube Benders
• Fast, free-form bending of soft copper and aluminum tube.
Catalog
Model
Description
No.
No.
35245
D-1375
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35250
D-1376
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35255
D-1377
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35260
D-1378
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35265
D-1379
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35270
D-1380
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35275
D-1381
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
35280
D-1382
Pack of 6 Spring-Type Benders
Spring-Type Bender Sets
35285
E-5732
Set of 6, ¼"-5⁄8" (6 mm - 16 mm)
Set of 8, ¼"-7⁄8" (6 mm - 22 mm)
35290
E5734
Conduit Benders
in.
10"
10"
10"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
Length
mm
250
250
250
300
300
300
300
300
Tube O.D.
in.
mm
1⁄4"
6
5⁄16"
8
3⁄8"
9
7⁄16"
11
1⁄2"
12
5⁄8"
16
3⁄4"
19
7⁄8"
22
Weight/Pk.
lbs.
kg
3⁄8
0.2
1
0.5
1
0.5
5
1 ⁄8
0.8
5
2 ⁄8
1.2
31⁄4
1.5
33⁄4
1.7
41⁄8
1.9
13⁄4
3
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.8
1.4
1
1
Heavy-Wall Conduit Benders
• Designed for the larger sizes of heavy-wall conduit. This bender has hardened teeth for
slip-resistant grip.
• Extra-long supporting socket minimizes handle breakage.
• Notch in radius protects conduit threads.
Catalog
No.
35230
35235
35240
Model
No.
B-1709
B-1711
B-1712
Capacity
in.
mm
1⁄2
12
1⁄2, 3⁄4
12, 19
25, 32
1, 11⁄4
Weight
lbs. kg
5
2 ⁄8
1.2
23⁄4
1.3
73⁄4
3.5
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Handles not included.
Thin-Wall Conduit Benders
• Made of cast iron, these tools have exceptionally smooth side walls which grip conduit
snugly to minimize distortion.
• Bending grooves conform to Standard Code Radii. Marks indicate 30˚,45˚, 60˚ and
90˚ bends.
Catalog
No.
35215
Model
No.
B-1677
35220
B-1678
35225
B-1679
Handles not included.
8.4
Description
1⁄2"
Bends (12 mm) Thin-Wall Conduit
to 4" (100 mm) Inside Radius
Bends 3⁄4" (19 mm) Thin-Wall and 1⁄2" (12 mm) HeavyWall Conduit to 5" (127 mm) Inside Radius
Bends 1" (25 mm) Thin-Wall and 3⁄4" (19 mm) HeavyWall Conduit to 61⁄2" (165 mm) Inside Radius
Weight
lbs.
kg
Std.
Pack
21⁄2
1.1
1
41⁄2
2.0
1
81⁄2
3.9
1
Model S Tube Expander
• This single-stage expander is designed to expand tubing
for fast, accurate joints in soft copper, aluminum, and soft
steel tube without using fittings. The mechanism is
free-floating and self-centering.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
30032
34152
15071
10251
10261
10271
10281
10291
10301
10311
10321
10341
10351
10361
7
8
S
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
Kit with 1⁄2", 5⁄8", 7⁄8" Heads and Case
Kit with 3⁄8", 1⁄2", 3⁄4", 1" Heads and Case
Expander Handle
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Expander Head
Tube Capacity
O.D.
Nominal
Weight
lb.
kg
–
–
–
–
–
–
6
61⁄2
11⁄2
3⁄8"
1⁄4"
1⁄2
1⁄2"
3⁄8"
1⁄2
5⁄8"
1⁄2"
1⁄2
3⁄4"
5⁄8"
1⁄2
7⁄8"
3⁄4"
1⁄2
1"
11⁄8"
11⁄4"
11⁄2"
15⁄8"
13⁄4"
–
1"
–
–
11⁄2"
–
1⁄2
2.7
3.0
0.7
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
Note: Kit Head sizes are given by Tube O. D. Replacement Case Catalog No. 58747
Swaging Tools
• RIDGID Swaging Tools are quality-made and
zinc-plated for accuracy and durability.
• Set of four tools is packaged in handy vinyl pouch.
• Designed for copper, aluminum or brass.
Catalog
No.
52420
52425
52430
52435
52440
Conduit Sizing Tool
Model
No.
570
562
563
564
565
Description
Kit-4 Tools
Swaging Tool
Swaging Tool
Swaging Tool
Swaging Tool
O.D. Capacity
in.
mm
1⁄4, 3⁄8,1⁄2, 5⁄8
6, 9, 12, 16
1⁄4
6
3⁄8
10
1⁄2
12
5⁄8
16
Weight
oz.
g
16
454
2
57
4
113
5
142
8
227
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
No. 575 EMT Sizing Tool for Conduit
• Quickly resizes thin-wall conduit ends that have become deformed after installation.
• Tool can also be used for slight bending of ½" and ¾" conduit ends for alignment
purposes.
• Hardened alloy steel resists wear.
Catalog
No.
36005
Model
No.
575
Capacity
½" (12 mm) and ¾" (19mm) EMT
Weight
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
13⁄8
0.6
1
8.5
Flaring Tools
No. 458R Ratchet Flaring Tool
• This precision tool provides smooth, uniform flares with minimum effort.
• The new ratcheting feed screw handle turns easily and requires less motion and effort
than a standard handle.
• Hardened steel flaring cone, eccentrically mounted in needle bearings, produces rolling
action for even metal flow, giving uniform flare walls without galling.
Catalog
Model
No.
No.
83037
458R
41295
454-W
41300
455
41162
377
41285
375
Metric Model
50257
458MM
Description
Sizes (in.)
45° SAE Flares
45° SAE-Nominal Water Tube
45° SAE Flares
37° SAE Flares
37° SAE Flares
45° SAE Flares
1⁄8, 3⁄16, 1⁄4, 5⁄16, 3⁄8, 1⁄2, 5⁄8,
3⁄8,1⁄2, ¾, 1
¾
½, 5⁄8, ¾, 7⁄8, 1
¼, 5⁄16, 3⁄8, ½, 5⁄8, ¾
½, 5⁄8, ¾, 7⁄8, 1
Sizes (mm)
4, 4.75, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16
3⁄16,
Weight
oz.
g
31⁄2
1.6
6¼
2.8
6¾
3.1
31⁄2
1.6
6¾
3.1
31⁄2
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1.6
1
All flaring tools listed are recommended for soft materials such as aluminum and soft copper. No. 454W, No. 455 and No. 375 will also flare steel, stainless steel, hard copper and
brass. No. 458R, No. 458MM and No. 377 will flare steel, stainless steel, hard copper, and
brass thru wall thickness of .035 inches.
No. 345 Flaring Tool
• Model 345 is a precision designed tool for producing 45˚ flares in soft copper, brass,
aluminum and mild steel (JIC and Bundy) tubing.
• A hardened, smooth cone provides fast, 45˚ flares either single or double lap.
• A single clamp screw provides for easy clamping and removal of tubing.
Catalog
No.
23332
23337
24797
33927
31597
31602
31607
31612
31617
23342
24087
31502
Model
No.
345
45° SAE Flares
345-DL
45° SAE-(double flares)
Description
Sizes (in.)
3⁄16", 1⁄4", 5⁄16", 3⁄8", 7⁄16", 1⁄2", 5⁄8"
Above w/adapters for double lap flares; 3⁄16", 1⁄4", 5⁄16",
3⁄8", 7⁄16", 1⁄2" O.D. Tubing
No. 345 w/No. 150 Tubing Cutter and Case Kit
No. 345/DL w/No. 150 Tubing Cutter and Case Kit
3⁄16" Double Lap Adapter
1⁄4" Double Lap Adapter
5⁄16" Double Lap Adapter
3⁄8" Double Lap Adapter
1⁄2" Double Lap Adapter
Sizes (mm)
6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, and 16
No. 345M w/No. 150 Tubing Cutter and Case Kit
Case Only
345/150
45° SAE Flares
345/150DL 45° SAE Flares
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Metric Model
345M
45° SAE Flares
345M/150 45° SAE Flares
–
–
Weight
oz.
g
2¾
1.6
Std.
Pack
1
3
1.3
1
3½
3½
–
–
–
–
–
1.6
1.6
–
–
–
–
–
1
1
–
–
–
–
–
2¾
3½
–
1.2
1.6
1
1
Hammer-Type Flaring Tools
• Made of high-grade, hardened steel, these tools have a long nose guide that centers
tools for smooth, 45˚ uniform flares.
Catalog
No.
41315
41320
41325
41330
41335
41340
41345
41350
8.6
Model
No.
E-37
E-45
E-46
E-47
E-52
E-61
E-63
E-64
Water Tube Size
in.
mm
3⁄8
9
½
12
5⁄8
16
¾
19
1
25
1¼
31
1½
37
2
50
Weight
oz.
3⁄16
¼
3⁄8
½
¾
1
1½
2½
g
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.7
1.0
When flaring tubing, be sure to thoroughly ream and debur the
tubing. This will improve the quality and integrity of the flare.
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ratchet Tube Wrenches
• Made from high-quality carbon and stainless steel, RIDGID Ratchet
Tube Wrenches can be used in a wide variety of applications from
plumbing to hydraulics.
• The spring-loaded jaws snap open and close around the fitting,
enabling the tool to be used in tight quarters.
• The multi-point contact of the wrench helps prevent distortion of
thin-walled fittings.
• These wrenches are available in twelve sizes, 5⁄16"-1", and a set of
five in a plastic pouch, 3⁄8"-5⁄8".
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
48592
48537
48542
48547
48552
48557
48562
48567
48572
48577
48582
48587
48597
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
–
Description
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
Ratcheting Tube Wrench
3⁄8"-5⁄8" 5 Pc. Kit with Pouch
Torque
Capacity
(in.)
5⁄16
3⁄8
7⁄16
½
9⁄16
5⁄8
11⁄16
¾
13⁄16
7⁄8
15⁄16
1
–
Weight
Capacity
280
293
325
390
520
780
975
1105
1300
1625
1820
1950
–
oz.
g
Std.
Pack
1⁄4
.1
.1
.1
.1
.15
.15
.15
.15
.3
.3
.3
.3
.5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
1⁄4
1⁄4
1⁄4
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
1⁄2
3⁄4
3⁄4
3⁄4
3⁄4
11⁄4
8.7
Tube Repair & Joining
• Wide selection from a single source.
• Unique durable designs.
Type
No. of Models
Page
Pressure Test Pump
1
9.2
Soldering Gun
4
9.2
Pipe Freezer
4
9.3
Pipe Thawer
2
9.4
9.1
Pressure Test Pump
No. 1450 Pressure Test Pump
• Tests hydraulically for leaks in installations which are required to be leak proof.
Will test systems up to 725 PSI.
• Especially for use in heating, compressed air, refrigeration systems, oil
installations, sprinkler systems and other small bore pipe installations.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
Max
Pressure
50557
1450
Pressure Test Pump
725 PSI
Connections
1⁄2"
NPT
Weight
lb.
kg
14
6.5
No. 1450 Pressure Test Pump
Soldering Gun
Professional Electric Soldering Gun
RT-100
• Designed for soft soldering (50/50, 95/5 Alloys) 1⁄4" - 11⁄2" Copper Tube.
• Flameless soldering – easy-to-use.
• Six feet of cable.
• Built-in handle and cord wrap.
• Specially designed for repair and renovation jobs.
RT-175
• Soft solders 1⁄4" - 3" tube.
RT-100
• Flameless soldering – easy-to-use.
• Twelve feet of cable.
• Fully contained in metal carrying case.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
RT-175
9.2
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
69762
70662
62862
17861
39966
39976
RT-100
RT-100
RT-175
RT-175
–
–
115V Mini-Pro Soldering Gun
230V Mini-Pro Soldering Gun
115V Professional Solder Gun
230V Professional Solder Gun
Carbon Tips
Threaded Studs
Weight
lb.
kg
21
21
33
33
1⁄4
1⁄4
9.5
9.5
15.0
15.0
0.1
0.1
Pipe Freezer
SuperFreeze™ Pipe Freezing Tool Avoids the Cost and
Inconvenience of a System Shutdown and Purge.
The SuperFreeze Pipe Freezer is an easy-to-use pipe freezing unit that allows the contractor to keep water systems operating while making repairs. The RIDGID SF-2500
is a mini-refrigeration unit that circulates self-contained refrigerant to its aluminum
freeze heads. This forms an ice plug in as little as 5 minutes in copper tube up to 21⁄2"
or steel pipe up to 2". Once the pipe is plugged, repairs can be made with no fear of
the ice plug melting because the unit remains on! Now includes a bottle of specially
formulated freeze gel to speed freezing. Apply the gel to freeze heads before placing
on pipe.
• CSA and UL approved.
SF-2500
Capacity:
SF-2500
Compressor:
Refrigerant:
Weight:
Hose Length:
Dimensions:
Copper Tube: 1⁄2" - 21⁄2".
Steel Pipe: 1⁄2" - 2".
115V, 60 Hz, 4.3A or 230V, 50 Hz, 2.4 A.
R-507 (14.2 oz. charge).
55 lbs.
8.5 ft. (17 ft. span).
L = 21" W = 10.5" H = 13".
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
68967
SF-2500
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
Pipe Freezing Kit - 115V
Steel Pipe.
Copper Tube
55
24.8
Pipe Freezing Kit - 230V Export
Steel Pipe.
Copper Tube
55
24.8
1⁄2"-2"
1⁄2"-21⁄2"
68962
SF-2500
1⁄2"-2"
1⁄2"-21⁄2"
Accessories
65937
69707
66462
69712
70652
69717
68842
68847
68972
68857
68862
65942
74946
SF-2000R Velcro Straps (set of 2)
SF-2500R Velcro Straps (set of 2)
SF-2000R 11⁄4" CTS Bushings (set of 2)
SF-2500R 3⁄4" CTS Bushings (set of 2)
SF-2500R 11⁄4" CTS Bushings (set of 2)
SF-2500R 2" CTS Bushings (set of 2)
SF-2000R 3⁄8" End Adapters (set of 2)
SF-2000R 1⁄2" End Adapters (set of 2)
SF-2000R 3⁄4" End Adapters (set of 2)
SF-2500R 1⁄2" End Adapters (set of 2)
SF-2500R 3⁄4" End Adapters (set of 2)
Quick Grip Clamp
RIDGID Freeze Gel
Note: Always make sure Super-Freeze heads and hoses are
completely thawed before removing from pipe. DO NOT
forcefully remove from pipe with any kind of tool, as it could
permanently damage the heads and hoses.
In high ambient temperature applications, wrap insulation around the
area being frozen to help concentrate the freezing action of the heads.
9.3
Pipe Thawers
Models KT-190 and KT-200
For fast thawing of frozen metal pipes
1⁄2" through 11⁄2" (12-36mm).
The KT-190 and KT-200 Pipe Thawing Units provide continuous heating
to quickly thaw 1⁄2" to 11⁄2" frozen metal pipes. With these lightweight,
versatile units, there is no need to dig or tear apart walls. Simply attach
the clamps to the metal pipe on each side of the frozen section and the
pipe is thawed within minutes.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
• Continuous Operation: The KT-190 and KT-200 operate continuously
without requiring any “cool-down” periods. There is no tripping of the
unit or need to turn the unit off during the thawing process. Simply
attach the cables to the pipe, turn the unit on and let it do its job
– continuously from start to finish.
KT-190 Pipe Thawer
• Lightweight: Weighing under 30 lbs., each unit can be easily transported to the most difficult locations such as attics.
• Versatile: The KT-190 can be used on lengths of pipe between 15 and
75 feet. With 4 output levels, the KT-200 can be used on 4' to 150'
lengths of pipe. The KT-200’s amp meter allows the user to select the
proper output level for maximum current draw and minimum thawing
time.
• Powerful: Both units operate on a standard 115V, 15 amp outlet. The
KT-190 produces 300 amps and the KT-200 produces 250-400 amps of
thawing power.
All these features and more make the KT-190 and the KT-200 the
professional’s choice.
KT-200 Pipe Thawer
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62802
62747
62662
62772
62812
KT-190
KT-200
–
–
–
Specifications
Pipe Capacity
Input Current
Minimum Reach
Maximum Reach
Cable Length
Cable Size
Output Amps
Weight
9.4
Weight
Description
Pipe Thawer w/2-25' #2 Cables
Pipe Thawer w/2-25' 1/0 Cables
Cable w/Clamp 25'
Extension Cable 25' #1/0 AWG
Series Cable 3' #2 AWG
KT-190
1⁄2"-11⁄2"
(12-36mm)
15 Amps
15' (4.6m)
75' (23m)
25' (7.7m)
2 AWG
300
25 lbs. (11.4 kg)
lb.
kg
46
55
13
11
11⁄2
21
25
6
5
.6
KT-200
1⁄2"-11⁄2"
(12-36mm)
15 Amps
4' (1.2m)
150' (46m)
25' (7.7m)
1/0 AWG
250-400
29 lbs. (13.2 kg)
Pressing Tools
• Feature lock-on cycle completion to ensure the same reliable, watertight joint every time.
• Are highly engineered to deliver superior quality and durability – backed by the RIDGID
Lifetime Warranty.
Type
No. of Models
Capacity in.
–1
Page
10.4
Compact Cordless
1
Compact Pressing Jaws
4
– 1½
10.5
Standard Cordless
1
1⁄2
–4
10.6
Standard Corded
1
1⁄2
–4
10.7
Standard Pressing Jaws
3
1⁄2
–2
10.8
Pressing Rings
3
21⁄2
PEX Crimp Tools
6
3⁄8
1⁄2
1⁄2
–4
10.9
–1
10.10
10.1
Selection Chart
Pressing Tools
Compact 100-B
page 10.4
Jaws
Pressing Rings
Power
–
14.4V
Ni-MH
battery
Compact Series Jaws:
• ProPress® (copper)
• RIDGID SHP™ (copper)
• ASTM F 1807 (PEX)
• Pureflow™ (PEX)
Copper
Capacity
½-1"
PEX
Capacity
⁄ "-1½"
38
Weight
(lb.)
Rotating
Barrel
Characteristics
90˚
The smallest, lightest and most compact pressing
tool ever developed by the Ridge Tool Company.
One third smaller and lighter than the 320-E, the
compact 100-B is the perfect tool for all your ½-1"
copper connections, as well as connections for PEX
tubing. Also features a 90˚ rotating barrel for access
into tight spaces.
90˚
The preferred pressing tool for all ½-4" applications features a portable, battery-powered design
utilizing a standard 14.4V Ni-MH battery. The 320-E
provides the ultimate combination of comfort and
capacity in a lightweight, compact design. The 90˚
rotating barrel allows for access into the tightest
spaces.
7.5
320-E
page 10.6
Characteristics
Standard Series Jaws:
• ProPress (copper)
• RIDGID SHP (copper)
• Pureflow (PEX)
Standard Series Press Rings:
• ProPress XL
• ProPress XL-C
• RIDGID R2
14.4V
Ni-MH
battery
½-4"
½-1½"
10.5
CT400
page 10.7
Characteristics
Standard Series Jaws:
• ProPress (copper)
• RIDGID SHP (copper)
• Pureflow (PEX)
Standard Series Press Rings:
• ProPress XL
• ProPress XL-C
• RIDGID R2
Corded
½-4"
½-1½"
15.6
–
The workhorse of the RIDGID pressing tool line. The
CT400 provides superior durability and ruggedness
for the toughest applications up to 4". The corded
power tool is the fastest pressing tool offered by
the Ridge Tool Company.
PEX Crimp Tool
page 10.10
Characteristics
• ASTM F 1807 (PEX)
–
–
–
⁄ "-1"
38
2.7-3.4
–
Constructed of lightweight, durable polycarbonate
E3 handles, the ASTM F 1807 PEX Crimp Tools are
ideal for making copper crimp ring connections in
potable water and radiant heating applications.
Pressing Jaws & Rings
Compact Series Pressing Jaws for use with 100-B
3⁄8"
1⁄2"
Compact Series Jaws
ProPress (copper)
–
16958
RIDGID SHP (copper)
–
22768
ASTM F 1807 (PEX)
22953
22958
Pureflow (PEX)
17003
17008
5⁄8"
–
–
22963
19813
3⁄4"
16963
22773
22968
17013
1"
16978
22778
22973
17018
1¼"
–
–
22978
22683
1½"
–
–
–
22688
Standard Series Pressing Jaws for use with 320-E & CT400
Standard Series Jaws
ProPress (copper)
RIDGID SHP (copper)
Pureflow (PEX)
3⁄8"
½"
5⁄8"
¾"
1"
1¼"
1½"
2"
–
–
–
76652
21848
22653
–
–
22658
76657
21853
22663
76662
21858
22668
76667
21863
22673
76672
21868
22678
76677
21873
–
4"
2½"-4" Ring
Kit with
Case
93687
93667
20553
20483
22023
22008
Standard Series Pressing Rings for use with 320-E & CT400
Standard
Series
Pressing Rings
2½"
3"
Acutator
Jaw
ProPress XL
R2 Actuator
93677
93682
(bronze fittings)
93692
ProPress XL-C
V2 Actuator
20543
20548
(copper fittings)
21878
RIDGID R2
R2 Actuator
22013
22018
(bronze fittings)
93692
ProPress® is a registered trademark of Viega.
PureFlow™ is a trademark of Viega.
10.2
½"-2" Jaw
Kit with
Case
–
22023
–
The Fastest, Most Reliable Pressing Tools
Compact
Features
Standard
Benefits
RIDGID 100-B
RIDGID 320-E
RIDGID CT400
Weight (tool only)
Lightweight, providing maximum comfort.
7.5 lbs.
10.5 lbs.
15.6 lbs.
Battery
Ni-MH, providing ~30% more workper-charge than NiCad batteries.
14.4V Ni-MH
14.4V Ni-MH
N/A
Rotating Barrel
Tool barrel rotates, allowing access
into the tightest spaces.
90º
90º
–
Approximate
Cycle Time
Fastest cycle times, providing maximum
speed with every conection.
7 Seconds
7 Seconds
4 Seconds
Tool Approval
Third party approval.
N/A
N/A
UL / CSA
Lock-On Cycle
Completion
Cycle completes automatically once
pressing action begins, ensuring a
reliable connection every time.
Auto Ram Retraction
Ram returns to start position
automatically, providing maximum
speed with every connection.
Jaw Pin Closure Sensor
Prevents cycle from starting if pin is not
fully engaged, preventing tool damage.
Automatic Maintenance
Reminder
Automatic calibration reminder every
20,000 cycles, ensuring optimal
performance.
Extreme Temperature
Sensor
100-B operating temp = 32˚ to 122˚ F.
320-E operating temp = 23˚ to 122˚ F.
CT400 operating temp = 15˚ to 120˚ F.
–
Jaw Closure Sensor
Alerts user when jaw tips do not close
due to obstruction or insufficient battery
power, providing maximum reliability
with every connection.
–
Warranty
RIDGID Full Lifetime Warranty.
FULL LIFETIME
WARRANTY
FULL LIFETIME
WARRANTY
FULL LIFETIME
WARRANTY
Against Material Defects
& Workmanship
Against Material Defects
& Workmanship
Against Material Defects
& Workmanship
Ridge Tool is the world's technology leader for pressing equipment, making the high-performance
RIDGID tools that drive the speed and reliability of copper and PEX connections.
10.3
Compact Battery-Operated Press Tool
1⁄2" to 1" Capacity for Copper
3⁄8" to 11⁄2" Capacity for PEX
Model Compact 100-B
The Model 100-B is the most compact, lightweight, and yet, powerful
pressing tool developed by Ridge Tool. It delivers just the right capacity
needed for small diameter copper and PEX tubing. The 100-B’s compact
size, and barrel that swivels 90˚, allows access to the tightest spots.
Specifications
• Capacity: ½" to 1" for copper; 3⁄8" to 11⁄2" for PEX.
• Uses Compact Series Pressing Jaws.
• 90˚ barrel/jaw swivel.
• Battery: 14.4V 2.6 Ah Ni-MH.
• Battery Charger: 115V.
• Hydraulic Ram Output: 5,400 lbs. (24 kN).
• Weight: 7.5 lbs.
• Operating Temperature Range: 32˚F – 122˚F.
• Approximate Cycle Time: 4 seconds.
• Standard Kit Includes: Pressing Tool, 2 Batteries, Battery Charger
and Carrying Case.
100-B Kit
Catalog
No.
16953
Model
No.
100-B
23648
100-B
23893
100-B
16988
100-B
16993
16948
100-B
100-B
Description
½" to 1" Jaw Sets for
ProPress (copper)
½" to 1" RIDGID SHP Jaw
Sets (copper)
½", ¾", 1" Jaw Sets for
ASTM F 1807 (PEX)
½", ¾", 1" Jaw Sets for
Pureflow (PEX)
Kit without Jaw Sets
Pressing Tool Only
Weight
lb.
25
Std.
Pack
1
25
1
25
1
25
1
181⁄2
133⁄4
1
1
Weight
lb.
9
3
21⁄2
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Accessories
Compact Series Jaws for Copper
See page 10.5
Catalog
No.
16818
12683
83417
Model
No.
–
–
–
Description
Carrying Case
Battery 14.4V, 2.6 Ah Ni-MH
Battery Charger
Compact Series Jaws for PEX
See page 10.5
10.4
RIDGID Model Compact 100-B is 33% lighter and
smaller than Standard Series tools and is ideal for
residential and close quarters work.
Compact Series Pressing Jaws
RIDGID Compact Series pressing jaws are 40% lighter and 33% smaller
than Standard Series jaws, enabling them to fit into tight spaces. RIDGID
Compact Series pressing jaws are only compatible with Compact Series
pressing tools (100-B).
Copper
Compact Series Jaw Sets for ProPress (copper)
Compact Jaws for ProPress
Catalog
No.
16958
16963
16978
Model
No.
–
–
–
Description
Weight lb.
21⁄2
½" Jaw for ProPress
¾" Jaw for ProPress
1" Jaw for ProPress
21⁄2
21⁄2
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Compact Series RIDGID SHP Jaw Sets (copper)
Catalog
No.
22768
22773
22778
Model
No.
–
–
–
Description
Weight lb.
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
½" RIDGID SHP Jaw
¾" RIDGID SHP Jaw
1" RIDGID SHP Jaw
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Compact RIDGID SHP Jaws
PEX
Compact Series ASTM F 1807 Jaw Sets (PEX)
Catalog
No.
22953
22958
22963
22968
22973
22978
Model
No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
Weight lb.
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
3⁄8" ASTM F 1807 Jaws
½” ASTM F 1807 Jaws
5⁄8" ASTM F 1807 Jaws
¾" ASTM F 1807 Jaws
1" ASTM F 1807 Jaws
1¼" ASTM F 1807 Jaws
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
Compact Jaws for ASTM F 1807
Compact Series Jaw Sets for Pureflow (PEX)
Catalog
No.
17003
17008
19813
17013
17018
22683
22688
Model
No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
3⁄8" Jaw for Pureflow
½” Jaw for Pureflow
5⁄8" Jaw for Pureflow
¾" Jaw for Pureflow
1" Jaw for Pureflow
1¼" Jaw for Pureflow
1½" Jaw for Pureflow
Weight lb.
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
21⁄2
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Compact Jaws for PureFlow
Inspecting and cleaning jaws regularly, to remove material buildup near the jaw tips, prevents the development of a burr on the
fitting and the jaw from sticking to the fitting after pressing.
10.5
Battery-Operated Press Tool
1⁄2" to 4" Capacity
Model 320-E
This battery-operated tool combines large capacity fitting capability with
reduced size and weight. It features a barrel that swivels 90 degrees to
enable access to hard-to-reach areas. A jaw closure sensor alerts the
operator to jaw obstructions or incomplete cycles caused by low battery life,
ensuring a reliable, watertight joint every time.
Specifications
• Capacity: 1⁄2" to 4".
• Use Standard Series Pressing Jaws and Pressing Rings.
• 90˚ barrel/jaw swivel.
• Battery: 14.4V 2.6 Ah Ni-MH.
• Battery Charger: 115V.
• Hydraulic Ram Output: 7,200 lbs. (32kN).
• Weight: 10.5 lbs.
• Operating Temperature Range: 23˚F – 122˚F.
• Approximate Cycle Time: 7 seconds.
• Standard Kit Includes: Model 320-E Pressing Tool, 2 Batteries,
Battery Charger and Carrying Case,
320-E with Jaw Sets for ProPress (copper)
Catalog
No.
12143
Model
No.
320-E
12148
320-E
12153
320-E
Description
½” to 2” Jaw Sets for
ProPress
½” to 1” Jaw Sets for
ProPress
Kit without Jaw Sets
59¾
Std.
Pack
1
66
1
53
1
Weight lb.
593⁄4
Std.
Pack
1
66
1
53
1
Weight lb.
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Weight lb.
320-E with RIDGID SHP Jaw Sets (copper)
320-E Kit
Catalog
No.
22003
Model
No.
320-E
21993
320-E
12153
320-E
Description
½" to 2" RIDGID SHP
Jaw Sets
½" to 1" RIDGID SHP
Jaw Sets
Kit without Jaw Sets
Accessories
Catalog
No.
16813
12683
83417
Standard Series Jaws
See page 10.8
Description
Carrying Case
Battery, 14.4V, 2.6 Ah Ni-MH
115V Battery Charger
10
3
21⁄4
Pressing Rings for 2½"-4"
See page 10.9
10.6
For optimal performance, be sure to charge batteries in temperatures
above 50˚ F and below 104˚ F.
Corded Press Tool
1⁄2" to 4" Capacity
Model CT400
The CT400 Corded Press Tool is rugged and designed for continuous
pressing on a wide range of jobs. Its power and durable design make it the
fastest, most rugged pressing tool in our line.
Specifications
• Capacity: ½" to 4".
• Uses standard series Pressing Jaws and Pressing Rings.
• Motor: 120V, 5.2 A, Double Shielded.
• Hydraulic Ram Output: 7,200 lbs. (32kN).
CT400 Kit
• Weight: 15.6 lbs.
• Operating Temperature Range: 15˚F – 120˚F.
• Approximate Cycle Time: 4 seconds.
• Standard Kit Includes: Tool and Case.
CT400 with Jaw Sets for ProPress (copper)
Standard Series Jaws
See page 10.8
Catalog
No.
76912
Model
No.
CT400
76907
CT400
76807
CT400
½" to 2" Jaw Sets for ProPress
Weight
lb.
62
Std.
Pack
1
½" to 1" Jaw Sets for ProPress
Tool Only
51
1
153⁄4
1
Weight
lb.
62
51
153⁄4
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
Weight
lb.
10
Std.
Pack
1
Description
CT400 with RIDGID SHP Jaw Sets (copper)
Catalog
No.
21998
21993
76807
Model
No.
CT400
CT400
CT400
Description
½" to 2" RIDGID SHP Jaw Sets
½" to 1" RIDGID SHP Jaw Sets
Tool Only
Accessories
Pressing Rings for 2½"-4"
See page 10.9
Catalog
No.
16808
Model
No.
–
Description
Carrying Case
The RIDGID No. 227 Inner-Outer Reamer is constructed of hardened
steel and is ideal for fast, clean inner reaming and outer deburring of
1⁄2"- 2" copper tubing (see pg. 3.19).
No. 227
Inner-Outer
Reamer
10.7
Standard Series Pressing Jaws
The Standard Series Pressing Jaws were designed in conjunction with the
fitting manufacturers, ensuring compatibility. All RIDGID Standard Series
pressing jaws are only compatible with RIDGID Standard Series pressing
tools (320-E & CT400).
Copper
Standard Series Jaw Sets for ProPress (copper)
Standard Jaws for ProPress
Catalog
No.
76652
76657
76662
76667
76672
76677
Model
No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
Weight lb.
4
41⁄4
41⁄2
43⁄4
61⁄2
10
½" Jaw for ProPress
Jaw for ProPress
1" Jaw for ProPress
1¼" Jaw for ProPress
1½" Jaw for ProPress
2" Jaw for ProPress
3⁄4"
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
Standard Series RIDGID SHP Jaw Sets (copper)
Catalog
No.
21848
21853
21858
21863
21868
21873
Model
No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
Weight lb.
½" RIDGID SHP Jaw
RIDGID SHP Jaw
1" RIDGID SHP Jaw
1¼" RIDGID SHP Jaw
1½" RIDGID SHP Jaw
2" RIDGID SHP Jaw
4
41⁄4
41⁄2
43⁄4
61⁄2
10
3⁄4"
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
Standard RIDGID SHP Jaws
PEX
Standard Series Jaw Sets for Pureflow (PEX)
Catalog
No.
22653
22658
22663
22668
22673
22678
Model
No.
–
–
–
–
–
–
Description
½" Jaw for Pureflow
for Pureflow
3⁄4"Jaw for Pureflow
1" Jaw for Pureflow
1¼" Jaw for Pureflow
1½" Jaw for Pureflow
5⁄8"Jaw
Weight lb.
4
41⁄4
41⁄2
41⁄2
63⁄4
61⁄2
Standard Jaws for Pureflow
10.8
Inspecting and cleaning jaws regularly, to remove material buildup near the jaw tips, prevents the development of a burr on the
fitting and the jaw from sticking to the fitting after pressing.
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
Pressing Rings
Exclusive 180˚ Swivel
for optimum flexibility.
Standard Series XL-C Press Rings
For Use with ProPress XL-C (copper fittings)
The patented new XL-C Press Rings and V2 Actuator now provide increased
flexibility in tight spaces. The ball-tip V2 Actuator swivels nearly 180° with
the XL-C Press Rings, allowing increased accessibility when making 2½" to
4" connections on ProPress XL-C fittings. The V2 Actuator also weighs 20%
less than the R2 Actuator, for increased comfort. These rings work with all
Standard Series Pressing Tools to make connections on 2½"-4" tube
(320-E & CT400).
Standard Series XL Press Rings
For Use with ProPress XL (bronze fittings)
The patented Standard Series XL Press Rings are spring-loaded so they stay
in place once they are put onto the fittings. These rings work with the R2
Actuator on all Standard Series pressing tools used to make connections on
2½" to 4" tube (320-E & CT400).
Standard Series R2 Press Rings
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
20483
XL-C
20543
20548
20553
XL-C
XL-C
XL-C
21878
V2
21103
–
Catalog
No.
93667
Model
No.
XL
93677
93682
93687
93692
16803
XL
XL
XL
R2
–
Catalog
No.
22008
Model
No.
R2
22013
22018
22023
93692
22033
R2
R2
R2
R2
–
Weight lb.
Std.
Pack
401⁄4
1
6
93⁄4
113⁄4
1
1
1
71⁄4
1
73⁄4
1
Description
Weight lb.
Std.
Pack
2½" to 4" Rings, Actuator and
Case
2½" XL Pressing Ring
3" Pressing Ring
4" Pressing Ring
Ring Actuator
XL Pressing Ring Carrying Case
40
1
5
51⁄4
71⁄4
9
9
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Weight lb.
Std.
Pack
2½" to 4" Rings, Actuator and
Case
2½" Pressing Ring
3" Pressing Ring
4" Pressing Ring
Ring Actuator
R2 Pressing Ring Carrying Case
40
1
5
51⁄4
71⁄4
9
9
1
1
1
1
1
Description
2½" to 4” Rings, Actuator and
Case Complete
2½" Pressing Ring Assembly
3" Pressing Ring Assembly
4" Pressing Ring Assembly
Ring Actuator Assembly (for
ProPress XL-C Only)
XL-C Carrying Case Only
The patented Standard Series R2 Press Rings are spring-loaded so they stay
in place once they are put onto the fittings. These rings work with the R2
Actuator on all Standard Series pressing tools used to make connections on
2½" to 4" tube (320-E & CT400).
10.9
PEX Crimp Tools
3⁄8" to 1" Capacity
ASTM F 1807 PEX Crimp Tools
The RIDGID ASTM F 1807 PEX Crimp Tools are ideal for making PEX tubing
connections in potable water and radiant heating applications with ASTM F
1807 copper crimp rings. The handles are constructed of a durable, glassfilled polycarbonate making the tools over 20% lighter than traditionalstyle crimp tools, yet rugged enough for the toughest jobs. The E3 (Expert
Engineered Ergonomics™) handles also provide increased comfort and make
crimping effortless.
Specifications
• For use with ASTM F 1807 copper crimp ring PEX tubing connections.
• E3 handles – durable glass-filled polycarbonate.
• Available sizes: 3⁄8", 1⁄2", 5⁄8", 3⁄4", 1 and 1⁄2" & 3⁄4" combo tool.
• Compact tool length for access to tight spaces.
• Lightweight, durable design.
• Easily adjustable lock screw for tool calibration.
• All tools come standard with a go/no-go gauge.
PEX Combo Tool
10.10
Catalog
No.
23443
23448
23453
23458
23463
23468
Accessories
23473
23478
Description
3⁄8"
PEX Crimp Tool
PEX Crimp Tool
5⁄8" PEX Crimp Tool
3⁄4" PEX Crimp Tool
1" PEX Crimp Tool
1⁄2" & 3⁄4" PEX Combo Tool
1⁄2"
3⁄8" - 3⁄4" ASTM F 1807 gauge
1" ASTM F 1807 gauge
14¼
14¼
14½
14¾
15¼
15½
Tool
Weight lb.
2.7
2.8
2.8
2.8
3.0
3.4
Std.
Pack
1
1
1
1
1
1
–
–
1
1
1
1
Tool Length in.
PEX Crimp Tools can be easily re-calibrated by
adjusting the lock-screw located on the side of the jaw.
Pipe Inspection & Locating
• The RIDGID SeeSnake is rugged and maneuverable.
• The NaviTrack II and the NaviTrack Scout are the easiest to learn and use.
Ideal for those primarily locating sondes.
• SeekTech provides confident locating of utility lines.
• Best-built, best-backed cameras and locators on the market.
Video Inspection
Monitors
™
No. of
Models
Pipe
Diameter
Cable
Length
3
–
–
Monitors
Color B&W
Page No.
Yes
Yes
11.3
SeeSnake Plus
1
2" – 12"
200/325'
Yes
Yes
11.4
Mini-SeeSnake Plus
1
1¼" – 6"
200'
Yes
Yes
11.5
SeeSnake Compact
1
1¼" – 4"
100'
Yes
Yes
11.6 – 11.7
SeeSnake FlatPack
1
1¼" – 4"
100'
Yes
Yes
11.6-11.7
–
–
–
–
11.7
SeeSnake Specifications –
Plumbing
Locating
Weight
Passive
No. of Frequencies
LineTrace
Sonde
Page No.
NaviTrack® II
5 lbs.
1
6
7
11.8
NaviTrack Scout™
3 lbs.
1
3
4
11.9
–
–
–
–
11.10 – 11.11
No. of Frequencies
LineTrace
Sonde
Transmitters
Utility
Locating
Weight
SeekTech®
4 lbs.
7
4
5
11.12
Transmitters
–
–
–
–
11.13
Passive
Page No.
11.1
SeeSnake Pipe
Inspection… Builds
Business and Profits
• Sell additional services.
• Increase customer satisfaction.
• Reduce service time.
• Increase profits.
More than 95% of SeeSnake owners report increasing sales and profits soon
after purchasing their system. It’s easy to see why. Establish credibility with
your customers as you show them the condition of the line. Sell more services such as water jetting, root cutting or excavation and repair. SeeSnake
not only reduces call backs, but helps you satisfy your customer – and that
adds up to more profits.
RIDGID Rugged
The SeeSnake line of pipe inspection equipment is designed and manufactured to endure the roughest conditions. You wouldn’t expect anything less
from a RIDGID tool. And, of course, they are UL and CSA listed.
RIDGID Has a SeeSnake to Meet Your Needs
Pushable Length
325’
SeeSnake® –
See the Difference
SeeSnake Plus
Self-Leveling SeeSnake Plus
– 2" 90˚ Bends
– 3" P-Traps
Camera Head
The best performing camera is built tougher for unmatched durability, reliability and performance.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Scratch-resistant, debris-shedding sapphire crystal lens.
100% stainless steel housing.
High power adjustable LEDs behind a thick transparent plastic window.
410,000 CCD pixel resolution.
Small camera diameter size (25 mm-35 mm).
Pipe view (wide angle) technology to be able to clearly see the
pipe wall.
• Self-leveling option.
• Tested water tight to 330'.
200’
Mini SeeSnake Plus
– 11⁄4" 90˚ Bends
– 2" P-Traps
100’
Compact &
FlatPack Plus
11⁄4"
11⁄2"
2"
4"
6"
12" Pipe Diameter
Push Cables
This durable push cable, along with RIDGID's small camera heads, allows
you to reach areas other camera systems cannot.
•
•
•
•
11.2
Fiberglass inner core.
Polypropylene coating.
Integrated push cable with power/video signal.
512Hz FleXmitter included with all systems, see page 11.11.
Don’t push the camera out 200’ and then try to locate...
locate every 15’ or at every turn.
Reels
Reels
• All SeeSnake drums are enclosed to avoid dirt getting on the floor
while transporting.
• Rust-free, dent-resistant drums.
• Mercury-free slip rings.
• Distance counter included (except FlatPack models).
• All connectors are sturdy 3-pin waterproof universal connectors for
added reliability.
Monitors
Catalog No.
115V
230V
73172 73117
69697 69702
64217 64267
Monitor + VCR
•
•
•
•
•
Model
Color Monitor + VCR
B&W Monitor + VCR
B&W Monitor only
Weight
lb.
kg
43
19.5
37
16.8
23
10.4
10" color or 9" black & white monitor with sunshield.
Commercial grade VCR.
Hands-free audio recording.
Flip switch to turn image 180˚.
Video & audio In/Out connection.
Catalog No.
Weight
Model
Color Tool Case
115V
230V
90717
90722
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Color
lb.
kg
30
13.6
5" multi-position high resolution LCD monitor with sunshield.
Commercial grade VCR.
Operates on AC or internal rechargeable battery.
DC car-type adapter.
Hands-free audio recording.
Flip switch to turn image 180˚.
High-impact case for maximum protection.
Auto shut-down when monitor is stored.
Video & audio In/Out connection.
Catalog No.
Weight
Model
Monitor Pack
115V
230V
95532
92712
95552
93257
•
•
•
•
•
Color
B&W
lb.
kg
5
7
2.3
3.2
5" black & white or 5" color LCD monitor with sunshield.
Video In/Out connection.
Flip Switch to turn image 180˚ (B&W only).
Operates on AC or optional 14.4V battery.
Splash-resistant case.
11.3
SeeSnake Plus Video Inspection System
2'' to 12'' Lines
For the most reliable and rugged pipe inspection camera …
SeeSnake Plus, built tougher for unmatched durability,
reliability and performance, including:
• 100% hardened stainless steel camera head spring assembly for
increased durability.
• Inspects 2" lines and larger:
– 2" 90s.
– 3" P-Traps.
• Rugged, high-intensity lights for improved reliability.
• Flexible transmitter makes locating easier and is fully compatible with
RIDGID NaviTrack II and NaviTrack Scout locators (see pages 11.8 and 11.9).
• Also available in an always upright, self-leveling option.
• Compatible with any SeeSnake monitor.
• The best choice if you plan on purchasing only one camera.
SeeSnake Plus Systems
Voltage
115V
230V
Description
200' Reel
325' Reel
200' Self-Leveling Reel
325' Self-Leveling Reel
200' Reel
325' Reel
200' Self-Leveling Reel
325' Self-Leveling Reel
Black & White Systems
Monitor + VCR
Monitor
69722
64232
69732
64247
–
–
–
–
69727
64562
69737
64577
–
–
–
–
Color Systems
Video Tool Case
Monitor + VCR
90767
73182
90772
73187
13948
13958
13968
13978
90787
73192
90792
73197
13953
13963
13973
13983
Black & White Systems
Monitor + VCR
Monitor
69752
67247
69757
67277
Color Systems
Video Tool Case
Monitor + VCR
90782
83652
90802
83657
Mini-SeeSnake Plus Systems
11.4
Voltage
Description
115V
230V
200' Mini Reel
200' Mini Reel
Mini-SeeSnake Plus Video Inspection System
11⁄4'' to 6'' Lines
At 25 pounds, the Mini-SeeSnake combines portability with a
rugged camera used to inspect lines up to 200 feet. It is built
tougher for unmatched durability, reliability and performance including:
• 100% hardened stainless steel camera head for increased durability.
• Improved push cable and smaller camera head to push farther through
tighter spots.
• Inspects 1¼"-6" lines:
– 1¼" 90s (black and white only).
– 2" P-Traps.
• Rugged, high-intensity lights for improved visibility.
• Flexible transmitter makes locating easier and is fully compatible with
RIDGID NaviTrack II and NaviTrack Scout (see pages 11.8 and 11.9).
• Choose Mini-SeeSnake when portability and maneuverability are crucial
(multi-story buildings, roof tops, confined areas, etc.).
Single Components
SeeSnake
Plus Reels
Mini-SeeSnake
Plus Reels
Control Units
Catalog No.
115V
230V
14038
14088
14043
14093
14053
14103
14058
14108
13988
13993
13998
14003
14048
14098
14063
14113
69697
69702
64217
64267
90717
90722
73172
73177
Description
200’ B&W Reel
325’ B&W Reel
200’ Color Reel
325’ Color Reel
200’ Self-Leveling Reel
325’ Self-Leveling Reel
200’ Mini B&W Reel
200’ Mini Color Reel
B&W Monitor+VCR
B&W Monitor
Color Video Tool Case
Color Monitor+VCR
SeeSnake
Plus Accessories
Catalog
No.
14028
14033
14078
14128
14068
14118
15323
64607
64612
73142
12248
64627
64492
64497
–
–
–
64502
97852
93387
97832
17563
17563
Description
Color Self-Leveling Camera Head – NTSC (115V)
Color Self-Leveling Camera Head – PAL (230V)
Color Camera Head – NTSC (115V)
Color Camera Head – PAL (230V)
B&W Camera Head – EIA (115V)
B&W Camera Head – CCIR (230V)
SeeSnake Flexible In-Line Transmitter
200' SeeSnake Push Cable Assembly
325' Standard SeeSnake Push Cable Assembly
SeeSnake Cable CountIR
18" System Cable with Dubbing Block
SeeSnake Innerconnect Cord – 33'/10'
Extended Handle for Standard SS Reel
SS 3" Centering Star Guides, Pkg of 20
B&W Mini Ball Guides, Pkg of 10
Color Mini Ball Guides, Pkg of 6
Mini Guide Hoop, Pkg of 4
SS 6" Centering Star Guides, Pkg of 10
SS Ball Guides, Pkg of 10
SS Guide Hoop, Pkg of 4
SS 3" Roller Dolly
Color Spanner Wrench
B&W Spanner Wrench
Running water through the system will make it easier to push
the camera down the line and gives a good point of reference.
Mini-SeeSnake
Plus Accessories
Catalog
No.
–
–
14083
14133
14073
14123
15828
67327
–
73142
12248
67307
–
67312
88392
97462
93392
–
–
–
–
17558
17553
11.5
SeeSnake Compact and FlatPack
Video Inspection System
At less than 20 pounds, these systems offer fast setup for quick inspections. Their ultra portability makes these cameras excellent complements to
your SeeSnake Plus.
Standard Equipment
Power Source:
• Battery port for use with optional 14.4V battery.
• AC/DC operation.
Monitor System:
•
•
•
•
•
•
High-resolution monitor.
Power on/off button with step function dimming.
Splash-resistant case with built in sunshade.
Video In/Out jack.
Power indicator light.
Interconnect cord.
Camera System:
SeeSnake Compact
SeeSnake FlatPack
• Scratch-resistant, debris-shedding, flush-mounted sapphire lens.
• Integrated transmitter.
• Durable stainless steel camera head assembly and tapered
spring assembly.
Reel:
• 100' of push cable.
• Debris-capturing, rotating drum with mercury-free slip ring.
• Counter to display distance on monitor in feet and inches (Compact only).
Frame (Compact Only):
• Rust-resistant roll-cage frame.
• Skid-resistant feet for stability.
Color Compact Systems
Catalog No.
115V
230V
95542 95562
95537 95557
95527 95547
95532 95552
Description
Color Compact System w/ 2 Batteries & I0 Charger
Color Compact System
Color Compact Reel Only
Color Monitor Pack Only
Black & White Compact Systems
Catalog No.
Description
115V
230V
93502 93567 Compact System w/ 2 Batteries & 1Charger
93507 93927 Compact System
92707 93252 Compact Reel Only
92712 93257 Monitor Pack Only
Weight
lb.
kg
24
11.0
18
8.2
13
5.9
5
2.3
Color FlatPack Systems
Catalog No.
Description
115V
230V
95577 95592 Color FlatPack System w/ 2 Batteries & 1 Charger
95572 95587 Color FlatPack System
95567 95582 Color FlatPack Reel Only
95532 95552 Color Monitor Pack Only
Weight
lb.
kg
26
11.8
20
9.0
13
5.9
7
3.1
Black & White FlatPack Systems
Catalog No.
Description
115V
230V
93572 93577 FlatPack System w/ 2 Batteries & 1 Charger
93262 93272 FlatPack System
93267 93277 FlatPack Reel Only
92712 93257 Monitor Pack Only
Ball Guide
11.6
Weight
lb.
kg
22
10.0
16
7.8
11
5.5
5
2.3
Weight
lb.
kg
22
10.0
18
8.6
11
5.5
7
3.1
Star Guide
Spanner Wrench
SeeSnake Compact & FlatPack Plus Accessories
Catalog
Description
No.
14083
14133
14073
14123
15828
19638
20193
73142
12248
67307
67312
88392
97462
93392
83407
83417
84112
17558
17553
Color Camera Head – NTSC (115V)
Color Camera Head – PAL (230V)
B&W Camera Head – EIA (115V)
B&W Camera Head – CCIR (230V)
SeeSnake Flexible In-Line Transmitter
100' B&W Compact Push Cable Assembly
100' Color Compact Push Cable Assembly
SeeSnake Cable CountIR
18" System Cable with Dubbing Block
SeeSnake Systems Cable – 10'
Mini Centering Star Guides, Pkg of 20
B&W Mini Ball Guides, Pkg of 10
Color Mini Ball Guides, Pkg of 6
Mini Guide Hoop, Pkg of 4
14.4V Battery
14.4V Battery Charger (115V)
14.4V Battery Charger (230V)
Color Spanner Wrench
B&W Spanner Wrench
SeeSnake Specifications
General
Line Capacity
Maximum Run
Line Location Transmitter
Distance Measurement/Titling
Mechanical
Weight (Excl. Monitor)/200' (61m)
Reel & Frame Diameter
LxWxH
Camera Diameter
Camera Length
Push Cable Diameter
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Waterproof Depth
Video
Number Of Pixels
Resolution (TV Lines)
Lighting
Color SeeSnake
Plus Self Leveling
2 to 12 in./5 to 30cm
325 ft./99 m
512 Hz
Cable CountIR
Color SeeSnake Plus
SeeSnake Plus
Mini-SeeSnake Plus
2 to 12 in./5 to 30cm
325 ft./99 m
512 Hz
Cable CountIR
Mini Color
SeeSnake Plus
1½ to 6 in./3.8 to 15 cm
200 ft./61 m
512 Hz
Cable CountIR
2 to 12 in./5 to 30 cm
325 ft./99 m
512 Hz
Cable CountIR
1¼ to 6 in./3.2 to 15 cm
200 ft./61 m
512 Hz
Cable CountIR
43 lbs./19.5 kg
32 x 14 x 30 in.
81 x 36 x 76 cm
1.365 in./35 mm
1.88 in./47 mm
0.44 in./11 mm
43 lbs./19.5 kg
32 x 14 x 30 in.
81 x 36 x 76 cm
1.365 in./35 mm
1.88 in./45 mm
0.44 in./11 mm
24.5 lbs/11.1 kg
20 x 11 x 23 in.
51 x 28 x 58 cm
1.18 in./30 mm
1.68 in./42 mm
0.31 in./8 mm
43 lbs./19.5 kg
32 x 14 x 30 in.
81 x 36 x 76 cm
1.365 in./35 mm
1.82 in./45 mm
0.44 in./11 mm
24.5 lbs./11.1 kg
20 x 11 x 23 in.
51 x 28 x 58 cm
0.99 in./25 mm
1.75 in./44 mm
0.31 in./8 mm
14°F to 122°F/-10°C
to 50°C
330 ft./100 m
14°F to 122°F/-10°C
to 50°C
330 ft./100 m
14°F to 122°F/-10°C
to 50°C
330 ft./100 m
14°F to 122°F/-10°C
to 50°C
330 ft./100 m
14°F to 122°F/-10°C
to 50°C
330 ft./100 m
512(H) x 492(V)
270
6 High Power
Luxeon LEDs
512(H) x 492(V)
400
6 High Power
Luxeon LEDs
512(H) x 492(V)
270
6 High Power
Luxeon LEDs
512(H) x 492(V)
400
6 High Power
Luxeon LEDs
512(H) x 492(V)
400
15 LEDs with variable
intensity control
All monitors are interchangeable with all reels.
11.7
NaviTrack II Locator
NaviTrack II navigates you to the location of underground pipes quickly and
easily. It tracks energized lines with ease.
NaviTrack II Locates
• SeeSnake In-Line Transmitters.
• Remote Transmitters (Sondes).
• Energized Metallic Lines.
Performance
•
•
•
•
•
Approach the transmitter from any direction for faster, more accurate locates.
Maximize the signal and the locate is complete.
Verify the locate using the large mapping display.
Depth measurement is continuous.
Depths of greater than 15' can be read.
NaviTrack II provides unprecedented ease of use. Due to NaviTrack II’s advanced
technology, training time is greatly reduced. You can learn to locate with
NaviTrack II in minutes.
Specifications
• Weight ..................................... 5 lbs.
• Power Source........................... 4 C-Cell batteries.
• Battery Life .............................. Approximately 16 hours.
Standard Frequencies
• Sonde ....................................... 512 Hz.
• Active Line Trace ..................... 128 Hz, 1 kHZ, 8 kHz, 33 kHz, 262 kHz.
• Passive AC Line Trace.............. 60 Hz, 50 Hz.
Additional Frequencies
• Sonde ....................................... 16 Hz, 640 Hz, 850 Hz, 8 kHz, 16 kHz, 33 kHz.
• Active Line Trace ..................... 65 kHz, 200 kHz.
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
Hard Plastic Carrying Case.
Surface Markers and Clip.
Instructional DVD.
Operator’s Manual.
4 C-Cell batteries.
For users that locate both remote transmitters and energized lines on a regular
basis, NaviTrack II is the fastest, easiest, most versatile locator.
Catalog
No.
96967
22388
12543
11.8
Description
NaviTrack II Locator
NaviTrack II Carrying Case
Marker Chips and Clip
Weight
lb.
kg
5
2.3
9
4.0
–
–
You can confirm your locate depth by measuring the
distance between the two poles and multiplying by 0.7.
NaviTrack Scout™ Locator
Scout is designed to solve the most demanding remote transmitter
(sonde) locates using the same multi-directional locating technology
as the full-featured NaviTrack II.
Easier Locates
The Scout's multi-directional antenna technology sees the entire signal all of the
time. Simply maximize the signal strength and you have found the target. No nulls
or false peaks to complicate the locate.
Accuracy
Scout verifies the locate position using a micro-mapping display to mark distinctive
poles in front of and behind the target, insuring an accurate locate.
Automatic Depth
Depth is automatically calculated and displayed when over the target.
Specifications
• Weight ...................3 lbs.
• Power Source.........4 C-Cell batteries.
• Battery Life ............Approximately 24 hours.
Standard Frequencies
• Sonde ..............................512 Hz, 640 Hz, 874 Hz, 33 kHz.
• Line Trace........................512 Hz, 8 kHz and 33 kHz.
• Passive AC Line Trace.....60 Hz, 50 Hz
Standard Equipment
•
•
•
•
•
Hard Plastic Carrying Case.
Surface Markers and Clip.
Instructional Video.
Operator's Manual.
4 C-Cell Batteries.
The Scout is ideal for users locating SeeSnake cameras and other sondes who
occasionally need to locate energized lines.
Catalog
No.
19238
20248
12543
Description
NaviTrack Scout Locator
Scout Carrying Case
Marker Chips and Clip
Weight
lb.
kg
3
1.4
6¼
2.8
–
–
11.9
Transmitters
RIDGID offers a range of transmitters for different applications.
NaviTrack Transmitters generate a signal onto the buried cable one of three ways:
• Direct connection using connection cords.
• Induction with the optional inductive signal clamp.
• Induction from the transmitter.
Catalog
No.
NaviTrack Line Transmitter – 10 Watt
• For tracing buried cable, TV lines, phone lines and other metallic lines which can carry
an electromagnetic signal.
• Fully variable 10 watts of power output.
• Two 25' coil connectors.
• Conductive ground rod.
• Inductive signal clamp (optional accessory).
14818
20503
Description
NaviTrack Line Transmitter
Inductive Signal Clamp
Weight
lb.
kg
9
4.0
2
0.9
Specifications
•
•
•
•
128 Hz, 1 kHz, 8 Hz, 33 kHz – 10 Watt output power.
200 kHz, 262 kHz – 1 Watt output power.
Power Source: 8 D-Cell Batteries.
Battery Life: Greater than 120 hours.
NaviTrack Brick – 5 Watt
• For tracing buried cable, TV lines, phone lines and other metallic lines which can carry
an electromagnetic signal.
• Fully variable 5 watts of power output.
• Lightweight, easy to carry.
• Conductive ground rod.
• Two 10' connectors.
Catalog
No.
20168
20503
Description
NaviTrack Brick Transmitter
Inductive Signal Clamp
Specifications
• 1 kHz, 8 Hz, 33 kHz, 262 kHz.
• Power Source: Six C-Cell Batteries.
• Battery Life: Greater than 120 hours.
11.10
Use the signal clamp to induce a signal onto a line
when it is not possible to directly connect to the line.
Weight
lb.
kg
2½
1.1
2
0.9
Catalog
No.
20503
Description
Inductive Signal Clamp
Weight
lb.
kg
2
0.9
Inductive Signal Clamp
• Allows users to apply a signal to a cable or pipe when direct connection is not possible.
• Compatible with the NaviTrack Transmitter and the NaviTrack Brick Transmitter.
Catalog
No.
Remote Transmitter
• Can be attached to a drain cleaning cable or a water jet hose to locate the Remote
Transmitter in a line.
16728
19263
19268
19273
19258
Description
Remote Transmitter, 512 – AAA
Adapter for 5/8” & ¾”Drum Machine Cables
Adapter for 7/8” Sec. & 1/2” Drum Machine Cables
Adapter for 5/8” Sec. & 3/8” Drum Machine Cables
Adapter for 1¼" Sectional Cable
• Flashing LED indicates that sonde is transmitting.
Catalog
No.
19793
Description
Float Sondes (2), Plus Extra Battery
Floating Transmitter
•
•
•
•
•
Ideal for locating septic tanks.
512 Hz signal.
Flashing LED indicates that sonde is transmitting.
Flushable.
Battery-powered.
SeeSnake FleXmitter
• With a SeeSnake FleXmitter you can locate a camera in a line (now standard
with all SeeSnake reels).
Catalog
No.
15323
15828
Description
SeeSnake FleXmitter in-line transmitter
Mini-SeeSnake FleXmitter
• If your SeeSnake camera isn’t equipped with a transmitter, you can upgrade
your camera with a FleXmitter.
11.11
SeekTech Utility Line Locator
RIDGID's new line of locating equipment meets the most demanding needs of the locating
professional. Built to make even difficult locates easy, SeekTech is the only line locator that uses
omni-directional antennas, guidance arrows and an easy to read mapping display to lead you quickly
and accurately to the target line.
The antennas power the large mapping display which provides all the information you need to locate
underground utilities with ease and confidence.
Performance
The Mapping Display confirms a good locate signal and identifies distortion in congested areas using:
• Target Line – Guides the operator down the line and shows changes in direction.
• Left-Right Guidance Arrows – Point the operator to the target utility.
• Proximity Signal and Signal Strength – Helps the operator center the locator closer to the target for
more confident locates.
Other features include:
• Continual Depth – Increases productivity by showing depth changes in real time.
• Current Strength – Identifies current on target line for faster diagnosis of complex locates.
Specifications
Active Line Trace Frequencies ............. 128 Hz, 1kHz, 8kHz, 33kHz.
Passive Power Trace ............................ 50 Hz, 60 Hz, <4kHz Broadband.
Passive Radio Trace ............................ 4kHz-15kHz, 15kHz-36kHz.
Sonde Frequencies ............................... 16Hz, 512Hz, 640 Hz, 16 kHz, 33kHz.
Power Source ....................................... 4 C-Cell Batteries.
Battery Life ........................................... Approximately 16 Hours.
Weight.................................................. 4 lbs. (2.0 kg).
11.12
Transmitters
RIDGID offers a range of transmitters for energizing buried metallic lines. Combine the SeekTech with
either the ST-305 or ST-510 Transmitter for your complete locating package.
ST-305 and ST-510 transmit signal onto a buried metallic line or cable in one of three ways:
• Direct Connection using attached Clips.
• Induction from the Transmitter Coils.
• Induction from the optional Inductive Signal Clamp.
RIDGID SeekTech ST-510
•
•
•
•
Fully variable 10 watts of power output.
Two 25’ coil connectors.
Conductive ground rod.
Inductive Signal Clamp (optional accessory).
Specifications:
Frequencies ..................................128 Hz,1kHz, 8kHz, 33kHz, 262kHz.
Output Power ...............................10 Watt, Variable.
Weight..........................................9 lbs. (4.0 kg).
Maximum Open Circuit Voltage ...240VAC 50/60 Hz.
Power Source ...............................8 D-Cell Batteries.
RIDGID SeekTech ST-305
•
•
•
•
Fully variable 5 watts of power output.
Two 10’ coil connectors.
Conductive ground rod.
Inductive Signal Clamp (optional accessory).
Specifications:
Frequencies ..................................1kHz, 8kHz, 33kHz, 262 kHz.
Output Power ...............................5 Watt, Variable.
Output...........................................2 frequencies simultaneous.
Weight..........................................2½ lbs. (1.1 kg).
Maximum Open Circuit Voltage ...240VAC 50/60 Hz.
Power Source ...............................6 C-Cell Batteries.
RIDGID SeekTech Inductive Signal Clamp
• Allows user to apply a signal to cable or pipe when direct connection is not possible.
• Compatible with all SeekTech transmitters.
• LED lights indicate when active and when transmitting signal.
Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
21893
21898
21903
20973
22173
16728
Description
SeekTech SR-20 Line Locator (Includes Case)
SeekTech ST-305 Transmitter (5 watts)
SeekTech ST-510 Transmitter (10 watts)
SeekTech 4” Inductive Signal Clamp
SeekTech SR-20 Hard Case
Remote Transmitter, 512-AAA
Weight
lb.
kg
4
2.0
2½
1.1
9
4.0
2
0.9
9
4.0
–
–
11.13
Drain Cleaning
• Wide selection from a single source – “The Right Machine for Every Job”.
• A legacy of innovation and quality.
Type
No. of Models
Length (ft.)
Page No.
Hand Tools
Toilet Augers
Grappler Hook
Flat Sewer Tape
Cable Rust Inhibitor
Hand Spinners
4
1
10
2
3
3–6
6
10 – 25
–
25
12.4
12.4
12.5
12.5
12.6
Sink Machines
Auto-Spin®
K-39/K-40
1
9
30
25 – 35
12.7
12.8-12.11
Drum Machines
Up to 4” Capacity
Up to 6” Capacity
Up to 8” Capacity
Up to 10” Capacity
12
3
6
9
50 – 100
50 – 200
25 – 200
25 – 250
12.12 – 12.15, 12.22
12.16 – 12.17, 12.23
12.18 – 12.19
12.20 – 12.21
Sectional Machines
Up to 4” Capacity
Up to 8” Capacity
Up to 10” Capacity
11
6
7
Up to 175
Up to 200
Up to 300
12.24 – 12.29
12.30 – 12.31
12.32 – 12.33
Rodder Machines
Up to 24” Capacity
2
Up to 500
12.34 – 12.35
Water Jetting Machines
Up to 4” Capacity
Up to 6” Capacity
Up to 8” Capacity
4
2
2
25 – 200
50 – 200
35 – 300
12.36 – 12.37
12.38 – 12.39
12.40 – 12.41
12.1
Page
Hand Tools
12.4
12.4
12.5
12.6
Toilet Augers.
Grappler Hook.
Flat Sewer Tape.
Hand Spinners.
Sink Machines
Easily portable, compact and lightweight.
Line Size
Application
3⁄4”
Bathroom/lavatory/kitchen
sinks, tub/shower, urinal and
laundry tub drains.
to 21⁄2”
Model
Page
Auto-Spin /
K-39/K-40
12.7 - 12.11
Drum Machines
Professional machines deliver high torque to clear obstructions.
• Power and torque.
• Cable-saving features.
• Superior maneuverability.
Line Size
Application
Model
Page
11⁄2” to 4”
Bathroom/lavatory/kitchen, sinks, tub/
shower, urinal, laundry tub, roof vents and
indoor floor drains.
K-380
K-375R
12.12
12.22
Bathroom/lavatory/kitchen, sinks, tub/
shower, urinal, laundry tub, roof vents and
indoor floor drains.
K-3800
12.14
3” to 6”
House laterals/main drains/floor drains.
K-6200
12.16
3” to 8”
Laterals, main lines, commercial lines.
K-750
K-750R
12.18
12.23
3” to 10”
Laterals, main lines, commercial lines.
K-7500
12.20
3⁄4”
12.2
to 4”
Sectional Machines
High-speed cutting action to drill through obstructions.
• Power and speed with total cable control.
• Lightweight and portable.
Line Size
3⁄4”
to 4”
Application
Bathroom/lavatory/kitchen sinks, tub/shower, urinal,
laundry tub, roof vents and indoor floor drains.
Model
Page
K-50
12.24
K-60SP
12.26
K-75
12.28
11/4” to 4”
Sink lines, roof vents and floor drains.
1 4
1 / ” to 4”
Sink lines and floor drains.
2” to 8”
Floor/secondary lines, laterals and main lines.
K-1500
12.30
2” to 10”
Laterals and main lines, commercial lines.
K-1500SP
12.32
2” to 10”
Laterals and main lines, commercial lines –
gasoline engine powered for remote locations.
K-1500G
12.33
Rodder Machines
Designed specifically for larger diameter lines.
Line Size
Application
Model
Page
8” to 24”
Straight main work in municipalities, universities,
institutions and industry.
K-1000
12.34
Water Jetters
Water jetting machines are ideal for clearing grease, sludge or soap-clogged lines.
Line Size
Application
Model
Page
11⁄4” to 4”
Sink lines/floor/secondary lines.
KJ-1350
KJ-1750
12.36
11⁄4” to 4”
Sink lines/floor/secondary lines/laterals.
KJ-2200
12.38
Sink lines/floor/secondary lines/laterals/main lines.
KJ-3000
12.40
2” to 8”
12.3
Toilet Augers
K-3/K-6 Toilet Augers
High quality tools in 3' and 6' lengths provide fast and safe clearing of toilet obstructions.
Features include:
• Vinyl guard to protect porcelain.
• New durable, kink-resistant, 1⁄2" compression-wrapped Inner Core Cable.
• Large, ergonomically designed handles.
• Negotiate water-conserving toilets.
• Available in either drop head or bulb head models.
Grappler Hook
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59787
K-3
Weight
lb.
kg
Standard
Pack
Replac.
Cables
3' Toilet Auger w/Bulb Head
41⁄2
1.9
6
–
Description
59792
K-3 DH
3' Toilet Auger w/Drop Head
41⁄2
1.9
6
–
59797
K-6
6' Toilet Auger w/Bulb Head
41⁄2
1.9
6
60362
59802
K-6 DH
6' Toilet Auger w/Drop Head
41⁄2
1.9
6
60367
K-5 Grappler Hook
• Retrieves rocks, tools, objects.
• Extends your reach 6' for even the deepest traps.
12.4
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59190
K-5
Description
Grappler Hook
Weight
lb.
kg
5
2.3
Sewer Tape
One-Piece Flat Sewer Tape
• Sizes and lengths for use on sewer and drain lines through 8" (200mm) in diameter
and up to 100' (30m) in length.
• Carrier included with all except 25' model.
• All models have a hand grip and a spear point at one end and roller ball at the other.
Description
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Width
Thickness
Length
in.
mm
in.
mm
1⁄2
12
1⁄16
2
3⁄4
20
1⁄16
2
Line
Capacity
Weight
ft.
m
in.
mm
lb.
kg
25
50
75
100
7.6
15.2
22.8
30.4
3
⁄4
Thru
11⁄2
20
Thru
40
3
6
9
12
1.4
2.7
4.1
5.4
50
15.2
2
Thru
4
50
Thru
100
8
3.6
18
8.2
4
Thru
6
100
Thru
150
16
7.3
34
15.4
4
Thru
8
100
Thru
200
22
10.0
45
20.4
One-Piece Tapes
62530
62535
62540
62545
E-2724
E-2725
E-2726
E-2727
62555
E-2729
62565
E-2731
100
30.4
62595
E-2737
50
15.2
3⁄4
1⁄8
20
3
62605
E-2739
100
30.4
62615
E-2741
50
15.2
100
30.4
1
62625
1⁄8
25
E-2743
3
Cable Rust Inhibitor
RIDGID Cable Rust Inhibitor is ideal for helping
prevent the premature failure of cables caused
by rust. Regular application of RIDGID Cable
Rust Inhibitor significantly increases life of
drain cleaning cables.
Catalog
No.
59982
59987
Description
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 QT.
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 GAL.
Weight
lb.
kg
21⁄2
1.2
3.8
81⁄2
• Available in quart or gallon bottles.
• Extends the life of cables.
• Ideal for cleaning and lubricating cables.
• Available in the U.S. only.
Std.
Pack
12
6
Cable Rust Inhibitor
12.5
Hand Spinners
K-26 Hand Spinner
Ideal for users seeking excellent performance and value. Features include:
• Slip-resistant collet chuck that grips/ungrips cable with the flick-of-the-wrist.
• 5⁄16" x 25' hollow core cable with bulb head auger.
• Rotary molded plastic drum that won’t rust or dent – cleans easily.
• Open drum design that permits access to cable and allows
application of Cable Rust Inhibitor (see pg. 12.5).
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59812
K-26
Description
Hand Spinner w/C1 Bulb Head Cable
in. x ft.
5⁄16"
x 25'
mm x m
Weight
lb.
kg
8 x 7.6
6
2.7
K-25 Hand Spinner
The professional’s choice for many years, the K-25 Hand Spinner offers premium quality.
It’s the ideal tool for the user who demands the best. Features include:
• Premium-quality, precision machined, 3-jaw chuck to firmly secure cable. Loosens/tightens
with the flick-of-the-wrist.
• Cast aluminum ribbed hand grip that won’t slip in your hand.
• Rotary molded plastic drum that won’t dent or rust – cleans easily.
• Available in bulb head and drop head models. 5/16" x 25' vinyl-wrapped
inner core, kink-resistant cables.
• Well balanced for comfortable operation.
• Capacity for 35' x 5/16".
12.6
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
58890
58895
K-25-BP
K-25-DH
Description
Hand Spinner with C-1IC Bulb Auger Cable
Hand Spinner with C-2IC Drop Head Cable
in. x ft.
5⁄16"
5⁄16"
x 25'
x 25'
mm x m
8 x 7.6
8 x 7.6
Weight
lb.
kg
8
8
3.6
3.6
Auto-Spin Sink Machine
• Two-Way AUTOFEED® advances and retrieves the drain cleaning cable with the
simple push of a lever keeping you and the work area clean.
• Guide hose gives you the ability to get to those hard to reach areas.
The guide hose completely contains the rotating cable to eliminate cleanup and
protect fixtures.
• Rugged impact and rust-resistant housing.
• Handle integrated with AUTOFEED holder so your Auto-Spin is easy to transport
and store.
• Foot bulb controls the ON/OFF operation to free your hands for optimal control.
• 30' MAXCORE cable with an inner core for increased strength and longer life.
Specifications
• Motor Rating: 115V, single phase, AC 1.1 Amp, 60Hz.
• Motor Operating Speed: 450 RPM.
• Cable: 1⁄4" x 30' MAXCORE
• Line Capacity: 3⁄4" - 11⁄2".
• CSA approved
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
19148
Auto-Spin
Auto-Spin
1⁄4
x 30
21338
Auto-Spin
Replacement Cable
1⁄4
x 30
Description
in. x ft.
mm x m
Weight
lb.
kg
6.35 x 9.14
10
4.5
6.35 x 9.14
1⁄2
0.6
12.7
K-39 Sink Machine
/ " to 21/2" (19-64mm) Capacity
3 4
• Excellent for small line cleaning. Opens clogged
lavatory, sink lines, urinals, and tub/shower drains.
– 5/16" cables best for 3/4" to 11/ 2" lines.
– 3/ 8" cables best for 11/4" to 21/ 2" lines.
• Available in 2 styles: Manual & AUTOFEED.
K-39AF quickly opens clogged tub lines.
Advance and retrieve cable without
reversing motor.
– Both have slide action chuck for quick locking/
releasing of cable.
– Advanced two-way feed keeps hands off cable –
advances & retrieves cable with push of a lever.
• Two piece twist lock canister with interchangeable
inner drum.
– Makes cable changeout simple; easy to match
the right cable to the job.
– Inner drum prevents water leaks and
greatly reduces cable flip over.
– Drums won’t rust or dent – ever.
• Drum Capacity: 50' of 5/16" (15m/8mm) or 35' of
3 / 8 " (11m/10mm).
• CSA approved.
• Lightweight, easy-to-use, no set up required.
• Variable speed power unit rotates cable 0-450 RPM’s.
K-39AF
K-39
K-39AF Machine with Slide
Action Chuck and AUTOFEED
Catalog No.
The 3/8" cable in the K-39-5 and K-39-7
extends machine’s capacity to 2 1/2"
drain lines.
12.8
K-39 Machine with
Slide Action Chuck
Order Information
Weight
Catalog No.
115V
230V
Model
No.
lb.
kg
Model
No.
115V
230V
21888
n.a.
K-39AF
Machine with:
– C-1IC, 5/16" x 25' Inner Core Cable w/Inner Drum.
11
5.0
K-39
68507
68097
23508
n.a.
K-39AF-1
Machine with:
– C-1IC, 5/16" x 25' Inner Core Cable w/Inner Drum.
– C-6429 Carrying Case
27
12.2
K-39-1
68062
68102
23513
n.a.
K-39AF-5
Machine with:
– C-1IC, 5/16" x 25' Inner Core Cable w/Inner Drum.
– C-6, 3/8" x 35' Cable w/Inner Drum.
– T-250, Five-Piece Tool Set for 3/8" Cable.
– C-6429 Carrying Case
34
15.4
K-39-5
68067
68107
23518
n.a.
K-39AF-7
Machine with:
– C-1IC, 5/16" x 25' Inner Core Cable w/Inner Drum.
– C-6, 3/8" x 35' Cable w/Inner Drum.
– C-21, 5/16" x 50' Cable w/Inner Drum.
– T-250, Five-Piece Tool Set for 3/8" Cable.
– C-6429 Carrying Case
42
19.0
K-39-7
68072
68112
n.a.
n.a.
–
Cordless Machine with:
– 12-BP Battery Pack
– 12-BC Battery Charger
– C-1, 5/16" x 25' Cable w/Inner Drum.
13
5.9
K-39B
68137
n.a.
23523
n.a.
K-39AF-1
Cordless Machine with:
– Two 12-BP Battery Packs
– 12-BC Battery Charger
– C-1, 5/16" x 25' Cable w/Inner Drum.
– C-6429 Carrying Case
29
13.2
K-39B-1
68142
n.a.
Description
Cables
Inner Core Cables
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
50647
50652
50657
62225
56782
89400
56792
S-1
S-2
S-3
C-1
C-1IC
C-21
C-13IC
15' with Bulb Auger
25' with Bulb Auger
35' with Bulb Auger
25' (7.6m) with Bulb Auger
25' (7.6m) Inner Core w/Bulb Auger
50' (15,2m) with Bulb Auger
35' (10.7m) with Bulb Auger
21/4
31/2
5
31/2
4
7
51/2
1.0
1.6
2.2
1.6
1.8
3.2
2.5
62235
56787
89405
56797
C-2
C-2IC
C-22
C-23IC
25' (7.6m) with Drop Head Auger
25' (7.6m) Inner Core w/Drop Head Auger
50' (15.2m) with Drop Head Auger
35' (10.7m) with Drop Head Auger
31/2
4
7
51/2
1.6
1.8
3.2
2.5
62245
62250
62260
96037
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-6IC
25' (7.6m) with Male Coupling
35' (10.7m) with Bulb Auger
35' (10.7m) with Male Coupling
35' (10.7m) with Male Coupling
41/2
81/4
81/4
81/2
2.0
3.8
3.8
4.0
Bulb Auger
Bulb Auger
5 16
• Vinyl-wrapped inner core to prevent core from rusting to
spring – enhances cable life.
/ "- 8mm
1 4
/ "- 6mm
(Models C-1IC, C-6IC, C-13IC, C-2IC, C-23IC)
• Compression wound for strength.
Drop Head
3 8
• Provides good flexibility and cleaning power to the cable end.
/ "- 10mm
• Resists kinking; negotiates tough bends and traps.
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Tools – Fits C-4, C-6 and C-6IC Cables
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62067
62990
62995
63000
55457
T-201A
T-201
T-202
T-203
T-225
Straight Flex Auger
Straight Auger, 5" Long
Bulb Auger, 11/8" O.D.
Bulb Auger, 7/8" O.D.
Retrieving Auger
–
–
–
–
–
63065
T-217
Drop Head, 4" Long
–
54837
63005
T-204
T-205
“C” Cutter 1"
“C” Cutter 13/8"
K-39-5 shown above includes T-250 Tool Set:
63010
T-206
Funnel Auger, 3" Long
– T-203 Bulb Auger.
– T-205 “C” Cutter.
– T-210 Spade Cutter.
63030
63035
63040
T-210
T-211
T-212
Grease Cutter, 1"
Grease Cutter, 13/8"
Grease Cutter, 13/4"
97905
97825
92850
63045
63050
63055
T-213
T-214
T-215
4-Blade Cutter, 1"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/8"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
97795
97910
97915
52812
52817
52822
T-230H-D
T-231
T-232
“C” Cutter, 2"
H-D “C” Cutter, 21/2"
H-D “C” Cutter, 3"
92815
92820
92835
48482
T-250
– T-217 Drop Head Auger.
– A-13 Pin Key.
Description
Tool Set includes:
T-203, T-205, T-210, T217, A-13
Replacement
Blade(s)
54832
97835
–
–
Accessories
The drum front and inner drum makes
changing cables quick and easy.
Catalog No.
115V
230V
18658
18658
18663
18683
68917
89410
76817
Model
No.
12-BP
BC-12
C-6429
98072
23908
23413
A-39AF
Description
12V Cordless Battery Pack
12V Charger
K-39 Inner-Drum
Carrying Case
C-6 Cable Kit incl. Inner Drum, C-6 Cable Torque
Arm, T-250 Tool Set
C-6IC Cable Kit including: Inner Drum,
C-6IC Cable, Torque Arm, T-250 Tool Set
Drum Front and AUTOFEED Assembly
Replacement AUTOFEED Cartridge
12.9
K-40 Sink Machine
For 3/4" to 21/2" (32 - 64 mm) Drain Lines
The K-40 Sink Machine is ideal for cleaning small secondary drain lines from
3/4" to 21/2". The K-40 sits flat on the floor or countertop and also tips onto
its back for easy access to sink drains and bathtubs full of water. The K-40G
PF practically eliminates job site clean-up thanks to the patented Guide
Hose AUTOFEED accessory that completely contains the rotating cable and
eliminates any waste water splashing or spraying.
• 1/8 HP induction motor quietly delivers enough torque to clear even
the toughest blockages.
• Premium-quality, compression-wound inner core cable combines strength
and flexibility to resist kinking.
• Two-piece “twist lock” drum housing will not dent or corrode and allows
easy access to the inner drum and cable.
• Special inner drum design virtually eliminates cable flip-over and drum
leakage.
• The AUTOFEED unit automatically advances and retrieves the cable
making the job faster, cleaner and easier.
Model K-40G PF
• AUTOFEED machine includes exclusive C-13IC-SB Speed Bump Cable,
featuring a cable end indicator to limit cable damage.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Model K-40B
Machine Options
Model K-40G PF in Vertical Position
12.10
Catalog No.
115V
230V
Model
No.
71722
71732
K-40GPF
Machine with:
– AUTOFEED
– Guide Hose
– Mounting Bracket
– C-13IC-SB, 5/16" x 35' Speed Bump
CabIe w/Inner Drum
33
15
78347
N/A
K-40B
Battery Machine with:
– (2) 14.4V Battery Packs
– 14.4V Battery Charger
– AUTOFEED
– Guide Hose
– Mounting Bracket
– C-13IC-SB, 5/16" x 35' Speed Bump
Cable w/Inner Drum
24
10.9
71702
71727
K-40
Machine with:
– C-13IC, 5/16" x 35' Cable w/Inner Drum
29
13.2
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
The K-40 makes the job easier and keeps the work
site clean.
1 4
/ "- 6mm
Cables
Speed Bump
Bulb Auger
5 16
/ "- 8mm
Bulb Auger
3 8
/ "- 10mm
Drop Head
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
50647
50652
50657
62225
56782
89400
56792
95847
S-1
S-2
S-3
C-1
C-1IC
C-21
C-13IC
C-13ICSB
62235
56787
89405
56797
62245
62250
62260
96037
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
21⁄4
31⁄2
5
31/2
4
7
51/2
51/2
1.0
1.6
2.1
1.6
1.8
3.2
2.5
2.5
C-2
C-2IC
C-22
C-23IC
15' with Bulb Auger
25' with Bulb Auger
35' with Bulb Auger
25' (7.6m) with Bulb Auger
25' (7.6m) Inner Core w/Bulb Auger
50' (15,2m) with Bulb Auger
35' (10.7m) with Bulb Auger
35' (10.7m) Inner Core Speed
Bump with Bulb Auger
25' (7.6m) with Drop Head Auger
25' (7.6m) Inner Core w/Drop Head Auger
50' (15.2m) with Drop Head Auger
35' (10.7m) with Drop Head Auger
31/2
4
7
51/2
1.6
1.8
3.2
2.5
C-4
C-5
C-6
C-6IC
25' (7.6m) with Male Coupling
35' (10.7m) with Bulb Auger
35' (10.7m) with Male Coupling
35' (10.7m) with Male Coupling
41/2
81/4
81/4
81/2
2.0
3.8
3.8
4.0
Tools – Fits C-4, C-6 and C-6IC Cables
Down the sink: Press the lever and the cable feeds into the drain.
Unique Guide Hose and AUTOFEED combination keeps you right on top
of the problem.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62067
62990
62995
63000
55457
T-201A
T-201
T-202
T-203
T-225
Straight Flex Auger
Straight Auger, 5" Long
Bulb Auger, 11/8" O.D.
Bulb Auger, 7/8" O.D.
Retrieving Auger
–
–
–
–
–
63065
T-217
Drop Head, 4" Long
–
54837
63005
T-204
T-205
“C” Cutter 1"
“C” Cutter 13/8"
63010
T-206
Funnel Auger, 3" Long
63030
63035
63040
T-210
T-211
T-212
Grease Cutter, 1"
Grease Cutter, 13/8"
Grease Cutter, 13/4"
97905
97825
92850
63045
63050
63055
T-213
T-214
T-215
4-Blade Cutter, 1"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/8"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
97795
97910
97915
52812
52817
52822
T-230
T-231
T-232
H-D “C” Cutter, 2"
H-D “C” Cutter, 21/2"
H-D “C” Cutter, 3"
92815
92820
92835
48482
T-250
Tool Set includes:
T-203, T-205, T-210, T217, A-13
Description
Replacement
Blade(s)
54832
97835
–
–
Accessories
In the tub: Compact design allows easy access to hard-to-get-to
areas like bathtubs and under-sink cabinets, while keeping the cable
contained and away from all finished surfaces.
Catalog
No.
71762
Model
No.
A-40G PF
67962
71757
72702
83407
83417
71847
68917
76597
76817
A-39/40PF
A-40G
A-40B
–
–
–
–
–
–
98072
–
Description
AUTOFEED Assembly & Guide Hose
for K-40 includes mounting bracket
AUTOFEED Assembly for K-40
Guide Hose
Mounting Bracket
Battery
Charger
Torque Arm
Inner Drum
Top Roller Bearing Housing Assy.
C-6 Cable Kit including Inner Drum,
C-6 Cable, Torque Arm, T-250 Tool Set
C-6IC Cable Kit including Inner Drum,
C-6IC Cable, Torque Arm, T-250 Tool Set
12.11
K-380 Drum Machine
For 11/2" to 4" (32-100mm) Drain Lines
The K-380 offers several unique, user-friendly features to make the toughest drain
cleaning jobs easier and hassle free. Designed with an ultra-modern style and sleek
profile, the K-380 is a good fit for drain cleaners, service plumbers, facility and institutional maintenance departments and property management companies. Several new
features include:
• Patented Cable Control System – Causes the drum to stop spinning when the blade
becomes lodged in a blockage. Limits potential for cable flipover and warns operator
when blockages are encountered.
• Contemporary Style Drum Design – Rugged, corrosion-resistant, polyethylene drum
is rust and dent proof and features larger access holes to drum interior. Positioned
90 degrees to the floor for better cable control.
• New “Solid Core” Cable – Uses tough 3/8" or 1/2" Integral Wound (IW) solid core
cable that is rugged and kink resistant.
– 3/8" available in 50', 75' and 100' lengths.
– 1/2" available in 50' and 75' lengths.
• AUTOFEED – Offered as an accessory, this patented automatic cable feed delivers cable into the drain with minimal hands-on effort. Reverse the direction of the
AUTOFEED and the cable feeds back into the drum.
• Drum capacity is 100' of 3/8" (30m/10mm) or 75' of 1/2"
(23m/12mm) continuous length cable:
– 3/8" cable best for 11/2" to 3" lines up to 100'.
– 1/2" cable best for 2" to 4" lines up to 75'.
K-380 with C-32 IW Cable
• 1/3 HP motor spins cable at 190RPM, CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
115V Machine Options
K-380 with Cart and AUTOFEED
230V Machine
12.12
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
90082
K-380E
w/C-32 IW
K-380 Export Machine w/Gloves &
Std. Equipment
– C-32 IW 3/8" x 75' Solid Core (Integral
Wound) Cable
– T-260 Tool Set
Weight
lb.
kg
68.1
31
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
lb.
Weight
kg
87287
K-380
w/C-31 IW
K-380 Machine w/Gloves & Std. Equipment
– C-31 IW 3/8" x 50' Solid Core (Integral Wound) Cable
– T-260 Tool Set Includes:
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-205 “C” Cutter
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Coupling Pin
60
27.2
84522
K-380
w/C-32 IW
K-380 Machine w/Gloves & Std. Equipment
– C-32 IW 3/8" x 75' Solid Core (Integral Wound) Cable
– T-260 Tool Set
68
31
87327
K-380PF CT
w/C-32 IW
K-380 Machine w/Gloves & Std. Equipment
– Two-Wheel Cart
– AUTOFEED
– C-32 IW 3/8" x 75' Solid Core (Integral Wound) Cable
–T-260 Tool Set
79
36
87292
K-380
w/C-44 IW
K-380 Machine w/Gloves & Std. Equipment
– C-44 IW 1/2" x 50' Solid Core (Integral Wound) Cable
– T-260 Tool Kit
68
31
87297
K-380
w/C-45 IW
K-380 Machine w/Gloves & Std. Equipment
– C-45 IW 1/2" x 75' Solid Core (Integral Wound) Cable
– T-260 Tool Set
81
37
87332
K-380PF CT
w/C-45 IW
K-380 Machine w/Gloves & Std. Equipment
– Two-Wheel Cart
– AUTOFEED
– C-45 IW 1/2" x 75' Integral Wound Cable
– T-260 Tool Set
93
42
Description
Model
No.
/ "- 10mm
87577
87582
87587
91037
C-31IW
C-32IW
C-33IW
–
87592
87597
91042
C-44IW
C-45IW
–
12
3 8
Catalog
No.
/ "- 12mm
IW (Integral Wound) Solid Core Cables
Tools – Fits C-31IW, C-32IW, C-33IW, C-44IW and C-45IW
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62990
62995
63000
T-201
T-202
T-203
Straight Auger, 5" Long
Bulb Auger, 11/8" O.D.
Bulb Auger 7/8" O.D.
—
—
—
63065
T-217
Drop Head, 4" Long
—
63005
T-205
“C” Cutter
63010
T-206
Funnel Auger, 3" Long
63015
63020
63025
T-207
T-208
T-209
Spiral Cutter, 1 / "
Spiral Cutter, 11/2"
Spiral Cutter, 2"
97840
97895
97900
63030
63035
63040
T-210
T-211
T-212
Grease Cutter, 1"
Grease Cutter, 13/8"
Grease Cutter, 13/4"
97905
97825
92850
63045
63050
63055
T-213
T-214
T-215
4-Blade Cutter, 1"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/8"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
97795
97910
97915
63060
T-216
Chain Knocker, 2"
98000
49002
T-260
Tool Set (3/8"- K-380)
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-205 “C” Cutter
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Pin Key
—
12128
T-240
Tool Set (3/8"- K-380)
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Pin Key
—
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
41937
—
59230
59225
A-13
A-12
59782
—
Weight
Description
lb.
kg
50' (15m) IW Cable
75' (23m) IWCable
100' (30m) IW Cable
Repair End for IW Cable
18
26
34
0.5
8.2
11.8
15.4
0.2
50' (15m) IW Cable
75' (23m) IW Cable
Repair End for 1/2" IW Cable
27
39
0.6
12.2
17.7
0.3
Replacement
Blade(s)
Description
97835
—
1 4
Accessories
87337
59982
59987
87077
92607
92682
92687
TO ATTACH TOOL
SLIDE TOGETHER
—
—
—
—
—
—
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Pair Of Gloves
1 2
/
0.2
Pin Key For 3/8" Cable
Pin Key For 1/2" Cable
—
—
Two-Wheel Transport Cart
18
8.2
AUTOFEED Assembly
2
0.9
21/2
81/2
10
1/2
1/2
1/2
12
6
4.5
0.2
0.2
0.2
Cable Rust Inhibitor – 1 Qt
Cable Rust Inhibitor – 1 Gal.
K-380 Drum Assembly
3/8" x 1/2" Tool Adaptor
3/8" x 1/2" Drop Head Adaptor
Coupling 1/2" Drop Head Tool
TO REMOVE TOOL
INSERT PIN
Always start with a straight auger to try and determine what you are
trying to clean. Then chose the correct cutter to clear the drain.
12.13
K-3800 Drum Machine
For 3/4" to 4" (19-100mm) Drain Lines
• A powerful, easy to transport, versatile machine for cleaning indoor drains.
Requires minimal set-up to clean sink lines, floor drains and roof vents.
• Rugged, corrosion-resistant molded cable drum won’t dent or rust. The drum
tilt adjusts for proper cable feed angle. Inner-drum guards against cable
flip-over.
• Cable drum’s quick-release and built-in hand-holds allow easy cable change
and transport.
• Standard drum capacity is 100' of 3/8" or 90' of 1/2" (30m/10mm or 27m/12mm)
continuous length cable:
– 3/8" cable best for 11/2" to 3" lines up to 100'.
– 1/2" cable best for 2" to 4" lines up to 90'.
• Optional sink drum holds up to 50' of 5/16" or 1/4" (15m/8mm) cable.
– Ideal for cleaning through 3/4" to 11/2" sink traps.
Model K-3800
• Powerful 1⁄12 HP Universal Motor spins cable at 240 RPM. When cable
hits blockage, motor gears down automatically to deliver more power and
enhance operator control.
• Tools connect to cable in seconds.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
• IW (Integral Wound) cables available. IW cables are slightly stiffer and kink
resistant. All IW cables use 3/8" T-200 series cutters.
Machine Options
K-3800 w/C-32
TO ATTACH TOOL
SLIDE TOGETHER
Model
No.
53107
53112
59462
–
K-3800
K-3800
w/C-31
53117
63827
K-3800
w/C-32
53122
63822
K-3800
w/C-45
53127
–
K-3800
w/C-46
TO REMOVE TOOL
INSERT PIN
For C-4, C-6, C-6IC, C-7, C-8, C-9, C-10, C-11, C-12, C-14, C-15, C-31, C-32, C-33,
C-44, C-45, and C-46 & all IW Cables.
12.14
Catalog No.
115V
220-240V
Description
K-3800 Machine w/Gloves
K-3800 Machine w/Std. Equip.
– C-31, 3/8" x 50' Cable
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-205 “C” Cutter
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Pin Key
– Pair of Gloves
K-3800 Machine w/Std. Equip
– C-32, 3/8" x 75' Cable
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-205 “C” Cutter
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Pin Key
– Pair of Gloves
K-3800 Machine w/Std. Equip.
– C-45, 1/2" x 75' Cable
– T-102 Funnel Auger
– T-142 Knife Blade Cutter
– T-107 Spade Cutter
– A-12 Pin Key
– Pair of Gloves
K-3800 Machine w/Std. Equip.
– C-46, 1/2" x 90' Cable
– T-102 Funnel Auger
– T-142 Knife Blade Cutter
– T-107 Spade Cutter
– A-12 Pin Key
– Pair of Gloves
Weight
lb.
kg
42
65
19.0
29.5
71
32.2
83
37.7
91
41.3
Tools Fit 3⁄8" IC, 3⁄8" IW and 1⁄2" IW Cables
C-31,C-32,C-33,C-31IW,C-32IW,C-33IW,C-44IW and C-45IW
Inner Core (IC) Cables –
Good flexibility and more cleaning power to the cable end.
Model
No.
37842
37847
37852
51752
37857
37862
37867
55467
59917
C-31
C-32
C-33
T-122
C-44
C-45
C-45HC
C-46
T-121
1 2
/ "- 12mm
3 8
/ "- 10mm
Catalog
No.
Weight
Description
50' (15m) IC Cable
75' (23m) IC Cable
100' (30m) IC Cable
Repair End
50' (15m) IC Cable
75' (23m) IC Cable
75' (23m) Hollow Core Cable
90' (28m) IC Cable
Repair End
lb.
kg
18
26
34
1
27
39
38
47
8.2
11.8
15.4
0.5
12.2
17.7
17.2
21.2
0.8
3⁄4
1 2
/ "- 12mm
3 8
/ "-10mm
Integral Wound (IW) Cables –
Wound tighter on the inner core creating a solid assembly.
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
87577
87582
87587
91037
87592
87597
91042
C-31IW
C-32IW
C-33IW
—
C-44IW
C-45IW
—
Description
50' (15m) IW Cable
75' (23m) IW Cable
100' (30m) IW Cable
Repair End for IW Cable
50' (15m) IW Cable
75' (23m) IW Cable
Repair End for 1/2" IW Cable
Weight
lb.
kg
18
26
34
8.2
11.8
15.4
0.2
8.2
11.8
0.3
1⁄2
18
26
3⁄4
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Funnel
50652
50657
S-2
S-3
Bulb Auger
56782
56792
Drop Head
56787
56797
5 16
/ "- 8mm
1 4
/ "- 6mm
Sink Drum Cables
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
25' (7.6m) w/Funnel Auger
35' (10.7m) w/Funnel Auger
31/2
5
1.6
2.2
C-1IC
C-13IC
25' (7.6m) Inner Core w/Bulb Auger
35' (10.7m) with Bulb Auger
4
51/2
1.8
2.5
C-2IC
C-23IC
25' (7.6m) Inner Core w/Drop Head Auger
35' (10.7m) with Drop Head Auger
4
51/2
1.8
2.5
Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
55002
55007
55012
A-380
A-381
A-381-A
41937
—
59230
59225
A-13
A-12
55017
—
60087
Description
Standard Drum for / ", / " Cable
Sink Drum for 5/16", / " Cable
Sink Drum with 25' x 5/16" IC Cable
w/Bulb Head
Pair Of Gloves
3 8
1 4
1 2
Weight
lb.
kg
12 /
12 /
161/2
5.6
5.6
7.5
1 2
/
0.2
1 2
1 2
Pin Key For 3/8" Cable
Pin Key For 1/2" Cable
1 2
1 2
/
/
0.2
0.2
Transport Cart
18
8.2
73/8
3.3
A3800 PF. Power Feed
62412
Front Guide Hose Adaptor Kit
31/2
1.6
59982
59987
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 QT.
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 GAL.
21/2
81/2
12
6
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62990
62995
63000
T-201
T-202
T-203
Straight Auger, 5" Long
Bulb Auger, 11/8" O.D.
Bulb Auger 7/8" O.D.
63065
54837
63005
T-217
T-204
T-205
Drop Head, 4" Long
“C” Cutter, 1"
“C” Cutter, 13/8"
63010
T-206
Funnel Auger, 3" Long
63015
63020
63025
T-207
T-208
T-209
Spiral Cutter, 11/4"
Spiral Cutter, 11/2"
Spiral Cutter, 2"
97840
97895
97900
63030
63035
63040
T-210
T-211
T-212
Grease Cutter, 1"
Grease Cutter, 13/8"
Grease Cutter, 13/4"
97905
97825
92850
63045
63050
63055
T-213
T-214
T-215
4-Blade Cutter, 1"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/8"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
97795
97910
9791
63060
T-216
Chain Knocker, 2"
98000
49002
T-260
Tool Set: T-202 Bulb Auger, T-205 “C”
Cutter, T-211 Spade Cutter, A-13 Pin Key
—
12128
T-240
Tool Set (3/8"): T-202 Bulb Auger,
T-211 Spade Cutter, A-13 Pin Key
—
Description
Replacement
Blade(s)
—
—
—
—
54832
97835
—
Tools Fit 1⁄2" IC Cables
C-44, C-45 and C-46
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62850
62855
T-101
T-102
Straight Auger
Funnel Auger
—
—
62865
T-104
“H” Cutter, 21/2"
97800
62870
62875
T-105
T-106
Grease Cutter, 21/2"
Grease Cutter, 31/2"
97920
97925
62880
T-107
Spade Cutter, 13/4"
92850
62930
62935
T-112
T-113
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
4-Blade Cutter, 3"
97915
97940
62940
T-114
Chain Knocker
97985
54842
54852
T-141
T-142
Knife Blade Cutter, 11/2"
Knife Blade Cutter, 21/2"
54847
97800
54992
T-270
Tool Set: T-102 Funnel Auger, T-142 Knife
Blade Cutter, T-107 Spade Cutter,
A-12 Pin Key
–
Drop Head Tool Adaptor 1/2"
–
92687
Description
Replacement
Blade(s)
12.15
K-6200 Drum Machine
For 3" to 6" (75-150mm) Drain/Sewer Lines
Superior maneuverability and a small footprint allow easy access to tight work
areas. The K-6200 comes equipped with either IC (Inner Core) cable or IW (Integral
Wound) cable.
Recommend 5/8" cable for 3" to 6" drain lines up to 200'.
• Patented Cable Control System – Causes the drum to slow down when the
blade becomes lodged in a blockage. Limits potential for cable flipover.
• Direct Drive Design – 4/10 HP universal motor and gearbox bear down as torque
builds. Audible warnings let operator know when blockage is encountered. Drum
requires no adjustments to stay aligned and tight on drive shaft.
• Easy Maintenance Construction – Separate drum and machine in seconds.
Inner drum and guide tube remove easily to maintain or replace cable.
• Designed Durable and Stable – Low center of gravity frame design and
custom kickstand keep machine firmly anchored during operation. Rugged,
corrosion-resistant polyethylene drum is rust and dent proof. Double tubular
frame is lightweight and designed for extra strength.
• AUTOFEED and Standard Accessories – Powerful feed mechanism is built
to last and is easily maintained. AUTOFEED, toolbox and selection of cutters
included in all models.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Model K-6200
Specifications
Line Capacity ....................................... 3"- 6" Lines, Up to 200 feet
Drum Capacity ..................................... 100' of 5/8" Cable
Motor:
Type ..................................................... 115V/60 Hz, Reversible, Universal AC Motor
Rating .................................................. 4/10 HP, 285 RPM
Amps ................................................... 5.6
Weight (Machine & 100 ft. of Cable) ... 180 lbs.
Length ................................................... 291/2"
Height.................................................... 431/2" (Max)
Width..................................................... 183/4"
Machine Options – Power Feed
12.16
Catalog No.
115V
Model
No.
95737
K-6200
Machine w/5/8" Pigtail &
Standard Accessories
95732
K-6200
w/C-24
93557
K-6200
w/C-24-IW
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
98
44.54
Machine, Standard Accessories and
5/8" x 100' Inner Core Cable
180
81.81
Machine, Standard Accessories and
5/8" x 100' IW Solid Core Cable
180
81.81
Cables and Flexible Leaders
• Inner Core (IC) cables provide good flexibility and more cleaning power to the cable end.
• Integral Wound (IW) cables are wound tighter on the inner core creating a solid assembly.
Model
No.
92460
92465
92470
43647
C-25
C-26
C-27
C-24
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
25' IC Cable (7.6m)
50' IC Cable (15.2m)
75' IC Cable (22.9m)
100' IC Cable (30.5m)
24
43
63
84
10.9
19.5
28.6
38.1
32737
C-27HC
75' Hollow Core (22.9m)
523⁄4
23.9
(HC)
58192
C-24HC
100' Hollow Core (30.5m)
701⁄2
32.0
IW
95762
95757
95752
95747
C-25 IW
C-26 IW
C-21 IW
C-24 IW
25' IW Cable (7.6m)
50' IW Cable (15.2m)
75' IW Cable (22.9m)
100' IW Cable (30.5m)
24
43
63
84
10.9
19.5
28.6
38.1
92555
T-458
5 8
/ " x 2' Leader
2
0.85
44122
—
5 8
21⁄2
1.13
5 8
/ "-16mm
(IC)
Catalog
No.
/ " Pigtail
Tools and Replacement Blades – Fits 5⁄8" IC and IW Cables
C-24, C-25, C-26, C-27, C-24IW, C-25IW, C-26 IW, C-27 IW, C-24HC, C-27HC
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
92485
92490
T-403
T-404
P-Trap Cutter, 3"
P-Trap Cutter, 31/2"
92835
92840
92900
92900
92495
T-406
Spear Blade
92850
92915
92500
T-407
Retrieving Auger
–
–
92505
T-408
Sawtooth Cutter
92890
92915
51762
T-409
H-D Bulb Auger
–
–
92510
92515
92520
92525
92530
T-411
T-412
T-413
T-414
T-416
Double Cutter, 2"
Double Cutter, 21/2"
Double Cutter, 3"
Double Cutter, 4"
Double Cutter, 6"
92815
92820
92825
92830
92855
92905
92905
92910
92910
92910
92535
92540
92545
92550
T-432
T-433
T-434
T-436
3-Blade Cutter, 2"
3-Blade Cutter, 3"
3-Blade Cutter, 4"
3-Blade Cutter, 6"
92860
92865
92870
92875
92895
92895
92895
92895
Description
Replacement
Blade(s)
Holder
Standard Equipment Included In All Machine Options
Standard Accessories
T-411
2" Double Cutter
T-413
3" Double Cutter
T-414
4" Double Cutter
T-406
Spear Blade
Pair Reclining Legs
Pair Work Gloves
5/8" x 2' Trap Leader (Not Shown)
T-458
Optional Accessories
Catalog No.
Description
95812
AUTOFEED – K-6200
49032
Front Guide Hose Assembly
95797
Lifting Hook – K-6200
95792
Swivel Loading Wheel Assembly
95802
K-6200 Drum Assy. w/5/8" Pigtail
95807
K-3800 Drum Assy. w/6200 Adapters
95822
K-3800 to K-6200 Adapter Kit Only
59982
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 QT.
59987
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 Gal.
91047
Repair Coupling
70032
Gloves
12.17
K-750 Drum Machine
For 3" to 8" (75-200mm) Drain/Sewer Lines
• Powerful, self-contained machine ideal for lateral lines. Easy to transport, minimal
set-up – attach a tool and go.
• AUTOFEED advances, retrieves cable automatically, up to 20' per minute.
• Versatile AUTOFEED adjusts for either 5/8" or 3/4" cable with a twist of a screwdriver.
– Recommend 5/8" cable for 3" to 6" drain lines up to 150' (75-150mm, 48m).
– Recommend 3/4" cable for 4" to 8" drain lines up to 200' (100-250mm, 62m).
• Cable spins at 200 RPM.
• Tough, corrosion-resistant cable drum withstands harsh treatment and abuse. It will not
dent or corrode and cleans easily.
• Drum holds 100 feet of 3/4" (30m, 19mm) or 125 feet of 5/8" (35m, 16mm) cable and is
designed for quick, easy removal.
• Well-balanced design gives machine a lightweight “feel.” Transport wheels ease
loading into service truck/van.
• Equipped with 1/2 HP induction motor, 115V Models.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Model K-750
Standard 3/4" Tool Set Includes:
• T-406 Spear Blade Cutter.
• T-407 Retrieving Auger.
• T-411 2" Cutter.
Standard 5/8" Tool Set Includes:
• T-403 3" P-Trap Cutter.
• T-406 Spear Blade Cutter.
• T-413 3" Cutter.
• T-413 3" Cutter.
• T-414 4" Cutter.
• T-407 Retrieving Auger.
• T-411 2" Cutter.
Machine Options - AUTOFEED
Catalog No.
Cable advance
115V-60Hz
230V-50Hz
41977
44202
Model
No.
K-750
51402
51407
K-750
Machine with Gloves and
AUTOFEED - 5/8" Pigtail
113
51.3
42002
44207
K-750
w/C-75
Machine with One Pair of Gloves,
AUTOFEED, Standard 3/4" Tool Set,
and: C-75, 75' x 3/4" Cable
206
93.6
42007
44212
K-750
Machine with One Pair of Gloves,
w/C-100 zAUTOFEED, Standard 3/4" Tool Set,
and: C-100, 100' x 3/4" Cable
234
106.3
42012
44217
K-750
w/C-27
Machine with One Pair of Gloves,
AUTOFEED, Standard 5/8" Tool Set,
and: C-27, 75' x 5/8" Cable
182
82.7
47047
—
K-750
w/C-24
Machine with One Pair of Gloves,
AUTOFEED, Standard 5/8" Tool Set,
and: C-24, 100' x 5/8" Cable
104
47.3
Cable retract
Description
Machine with Gloves and
AUTOFEED - 3/4" Pigtail
Weight
lb.
kg
114
51.9
Machine Options - Manual Feed
K-750 with C-100 shown above
12.18
51342
—
K-750
Machine with One Pair of Gloves
Tools and Replacement Blades – Fit 5⁄8" and 3⁄4" Cables
Inner Core (IC) Cables
Good flexibility and more cleaning power to the cable end.
Model
No.
/ "- 16mm
92460
92465
92470
43647
C-25
C-26
C-27
C-24
25' IC Cable (7.6m)
50' IC Cable (15.2m)
75' IC Cable (22.9m)
100' IC Cable (30.5m)
24
43
63
84
10.9
19.5
28.6
38.1
92475
92480
41212
41697
C-28
C-29
C-75
C-100
25' IC Cable (7.6m)
50' IC Cable (15,2m)
75' IC Cable (22.9m)
100' IC Cable (30.5m)
30
60
93
122
13.6
27.2
42.5
55.3
3 4
5 8
Catalog
No.
/ "- 20mm
C-24, C-25, C-26, C-27, C-28, C-29, C-75, C-100, C-27HC, C-24HC, C-75HC and C-100HC
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
92485
92490
T-403
T-404
92495
Replacement
Description
Blade(s)
Holder*
P-Trap Cutter, 3"
P-Trap Cutter, 31/2"
92835
92840
92900
92900
T-406
Spear Blade
92850
92915
92500
T-407
Retrieving Auger
—
—
92505
T-408
Sawtooth Cutter
92890
92915
51762
T-409
H-D Bulb Auger
—
—
92510
92515
92520
92525
92530
T-411
T-412
T-413
T-414
T-416
Double Cutter, 2"
Double Cutter, 21/2"
Double Cutter, 3"
Double Cutter, 4"
Double Cutter, 6"
92815
92820
92825
92830
92855
92905
92905
92910
92910
92910
92535
92540
92545
92550
T-432
T-433
T-434
T-436
3-Blade Cutter, 2"
3-Blade Cutter, 3"
3-Blade Cutter, 4"
3-Blade Cutter, 6"
92860
92865
92870
92875
92895
92895
92895
92895
3 4
/ "- 20mm 5/8"- 16mm
Hollow Core Cables
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
32737
58192
C-27HC
C-24HC
75' HC Cable (22.9m)
100' HC Cable (30.5m)
523⁄4
701⁄2
23.9
32.1
47427
47432
C-75HC
C-100HC
75' HC Cable (22.9m)
100' HC Cable (30.5m)
75
100
34.0
45.5
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Leaders and Pig Tails
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
92555
92560
T-458
T-468
5 8
44122
44117
—
—
5 8
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
43637
41982
A-7558
A-7534
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
/ " x 2' Leader
/ " x 2' Leader
2
23⁄4
0.85
1.25
/ " Pigtail
/ " Pigtail
21⁄2
31⁄2
1.13
1.59
3 4
3 4
QUICK-CONNECT CABLE & TOOLS
Rotate pin one-half turn in either direction to quickly add cable or tools:
Screwdriver Slot
Hashmark
(Locked Position)
Hashmark
(Unlocked Position)
Screwdriver Slot
Accessories
Description
Drum Assembly w/5/8" Pigtail
Drum Assembly w/3/4" Pigtail
Weight
lb.
kg
33
371⁄2
15
17.0
LOCKED
Hashmark “CLOSED” aligned
with “L” stamped on coupling.
UNLOCKED
Hashmark “OPEN” aligned opposite
“L” stamped on coupling.
Coupling features stainless steel pin and spring; eliminates need for punches, stands, or expansion pins.
For C-24, C-25, C-26, C-27, C-28, C-29, C-75, C-100, C-27HC, C-24HC, C-75HC, and C-100HC.
43642
A-75
41992
AUTOFEED Assembly
8
3.5
Front Guide Hose Assembly
3
1.3
Allen Wrench
—
—
C-100IC Kit w/Tools, / " x 100'
3 4
49032
46015
E-453
41937
70032
—
—
Pair of Work Gloves Leather
Pair of Work Gloves PVC
1⁄2
1⁄2
0.2
0.2
59360
A-3
Tool Box
5
2.3
21⁄2
81⁄2
1.2
3.9
oz.
g
11⁄2
Drum Tool Assembly
43
*Includes Coupling and Fastener
/ " Male Coupling
5/8" Female Coupling
1
2
28
57
/ " Repair Splicer
/ " Male Coupling
/ " Female Coupling
2
1
2
56
28
57
59982
59987
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 QT.
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 GAL.
31487
A-7570
5 8
92805
92810
A-6582
A-6583
5 8
31492
92880
92885
A-7571
B-6840
B-6841
3 4
/ " Repair Splicer
3 4
3 4
Blade
Fastener*
Blade Holder
Coupling*
12.19
K-7500 Drum Machine
For 3" to 10" (75-250mm) Lines
• The performance, cable control, durability, and maneuverability demanded by
professional users. Ideal for any tough job, such as roots – up to 250'.
– Recommend 5/8" cable for 3" to 6" drain lines up to 250' (75-150mm, 76m).
– Recommend 3/4" cable for 4" to 10" drain lines up to 250' (100-250mm, 76m).
• Cable spins at 200 RPM.
• Powerful, yet quiet, 4/10 HP universal motor and gearbox bear down as cutter
engages tough obstructions.
– Provides audible and visual signals to operator.
• Inner-drum and ball bearing distributor arm work with motor/gearbox system
to reduce chance of cable flip-over.
• Main and inner drums won’t rust, split or dent – ever, and clean easily
for professional appearance. Main drum holds up to 125' of 3/4" cable
or 150' of 5/8" cable.
• Powerful AUTOFEED mechanism has grease fittings and an open
design for easy maintenance; advances and retrieves cable up to
22' per minute.
• Patented two position stair climber eases transport and loading –
eliminates extra cost for loading wheels.
• Narrow profile allows machine to fit through bathroom doors.
• Handles adjust to desired height to ensure balanced transport.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Machine Options – Power Feed
Catalog No.
Model K-7500
Standard Accessories
T-406
Spear Blade.
T-407
Retrieving Auger.
T-411
2" Double Cutter.
T-413
3" Double Cutter.
T-414B
4" Double Cutter - (Blade only).
T-416B
6" Double Cutter - (Blade only).
T-408
Sawtooth Cutter.
T-403
3" P-Trap Cutter.
3/4" Flexible Leader.
T-468
Leather Gloves, Tool Box, Hex Key.
For 5⁄8" machine packages (Catalog Nos. 61102 and 61112), the T-468 Leader
is replaced with the T-458 Leader and the 6" Double Cutter Blade is eliminated.
12.20
Model
115V
220-240V
No.
59562
61542
K-7500
61102
61522
K-7500
61112
–
60062
–
60052
–
60057
–
K-7500
w/C-24
K-7500
w/C-75
K-7500
C-100
K-7500
C-100HC
Description
Machine w/ / " Pigtail and
Standard Accessories
Machine w/5/8" Pigtail and
Standard Accessories
Machine, Standard Accessories,
and 5/8" x 100' Inner Core Cable.
Machine, Standard Accessories,
and 3/4" x 75' Inner Core Cable.
Machine, Standard Accessories,
and 3/4" x 100' Inner Core Cable.
Machine, Standard Accessories,
and 3/4" x 100' Hollow Core Cable.
3 4
Weight
lb.
kg
150
68.2
149
67.8
233
105.9
244
110.9
272
123.7
249
113.2
Machine Options – Manual Feed
Catalog No.
115V
220-240V
Model
No.
59587
–
K-7500
60067
–
60072
–
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Machine and
Standard Accessories
140
68.2
K-7500
C-100
Machine, Standard Accessories,
and 3/4" x 100' Inner Core Cable.
262
118.9
K-7500
C-100HC
Machine, Standard Accessories,
and 3/4" x 100' Hollow Core Cable.
239
108.4
Cable Control & Performance –
When Tool Engages Tough Obstructions
Inner Core (IC) Cables
Good flexibility and more cleaning power to the cable end.
Model
No.
92460
92465
`92470
43647
92475
92480
41212
41697
C-25
C-26
C-27
C-24
C-28
C-29
C-75
C-100
3 4
/ "- 20mm
5 8
/ "- 16mm
Catalog
No.
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
25' IC Cable (7.6m)
50' IC Cable (15.2m)
75' IC Cable (22.9m)
100' IC Cable (30.5m)
25' IC Cable (7.6m)
50' IC Cable (15.2m)
75' IC Cable (22.9m)
100' IC Cable (30.5m)
24
43
63
84
30
60
93
122
10.9
19.5
28.6
38.1
13.6
27.2
42.5
55.3
Hollow Core (HC) Cables
Model
No.
Weight
lb.
kg
60042
A-7534D
Drum Assembly w/3/4" Pigtail
31
14
61107
A-7558D
Drum Assembly w/5/8" Pigtail
30
13.6
60047
A-75DR
Drum Only
20
9
60032
A-75PF
AUTOFEED Assembly
10
4.5
Description
Model
No.
32737
58192
C-27HC
C-24HC
75' HC Cable (22.9m)
100' HC Cable (30.5m)
523⁄4
701⁄2
23.9
32.0
47427
47432
C-75HC
C-100HC
75' HC Cable (22.9m)
100' HC Cable (30.5m)
75
100
34.0
45.5
3 4
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
/ "-20mm 5/8"-16mm
Accessories
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
Leaders and Pigtails
60037
AUTOFEED Spacers
41992
C-100 IC Kit w/Tools 3/4" x 100'
49032
41937
–
70032
–
59360
A-3
Front Guide Hose Assembly
3
1.3
Pair of Work Gloves Leather
.5
0.2
Pair of Work Gloves PVC
.5
0.2
Tool Box
5
2.3
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
92555
92560
T-458
T-468
5 8
44122
44117
—
—
5 8
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
/ " x 2' Leader
/ " x 2' Leader
2
23⁄4
0.85
1.25
/ " Pigtail
/ " Pigtail
21⁄2
31⁄2
1.13
1.59
3 4
3 4
Tools and Replacement Blades – Fits 5⁄8" and 3⁄4" Cables
59982
59987
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 QT.
Cable Rust Inhibitor 1 GAL.
1.1
3.9
oz.
g
Catalog
No.
92485
T-403
P-Trap Cutter, 3"
92835
92900
92490
T-404
P-Trap Cutter, 31/2"
92840
92900
92495
T-406
Grease Blade
92850
92915
Replacement
Blade(s)
Holder
43
/ " Male Coupling
1
28
/ " Female Coupling
2
57
/ " Repair Splicer
2
56
92500
T-407
Retrieving Auger
–
–
/ " Male Coupling
1
28
92505
T-408
Sawtooth Cutter
92890
92915
/ " Female Coupling
2
57
51762
T-409
H-D Bulb Auger
–
–
92510
92515
92520
92525
92530
T-411
T-412
T-413
T-414
T-416
Double Cutter, 2"
Double Cutter, 21/2"
Double Cutter, 3"
Double Cutter, 4"
Double Cutter, 6"
92815
92820
92825
92830
92855
92905
92905
92910
92910
92910
92535
92540
92545
92550
T-432
T-433
T-434
T-436
3-Blade Cutter, 2"
3-Blade Cutter, 3"
3-Blade Cutter, 4"
3-Blade Cutter, 6"
92860
92865
92870
92875
92895
92895
92895
92895
5 8
92805
A-6582
5 8
92810
A-6583
5 8
31492
A-7571
3 4
92880
B-6840
3 4
92885
B-6841
3 4
Rotate pin one-half turn in either direction to quickly add cable or tools:
LOCKED
Hashmark “CLOSED” aligned
with “L” stamped on coupling.
Description
11⁄2
A-7570
Hashmark
(Locked Position)
Model
No.
/ " Repair Splicer
31487
QUICK-CONNECT CABLE & TOOLS
Screwdriver Slot
C-24, C-25, C-26, C-27, C-28, C-29, C-75, C-100, C-24HC, C-27HC, C-75HC and C-100HC
2.5
8.5
Hashmzark
(Unlocked Position)
Screwdriver Slot
UNLOCKED
Hashmark “OPEN” aligned opposite
“L” stamped on coupling.
Coupling features stainless steel pin and spring; eliminates need for punches, stands, or expansion pins.
12.21
K-375R Drum Machine
For 2" to 4" (50-100mm) Drain Lines
The K-375R makes quick work for cleaning drains from 2" to 4". A variety of
cutting tools with quick connect couplers make it easy to match the right tool
for the right job.
Ideal for clearing non-root blockages in floor and gutter drains, interior laterals
and vent pipes. Removes grease, debris, sludge and lint.
• Clear access to drum allows immediate view of cable for inspection plus
easier and faster cleaning of drum and cable.
• Patented Cable Control System slows the drum, should cable or blade
become completely lodged in blockage.
• New integral-wound, solid core cable is tough and kink resistant. (1/2" x 50').
Typical Applications
• Floor Drains, Vent Pipes, Stack Lines, Gutter Drains.
Specifications
• 1/3 HP, 115V, 60Hz Reversible Induction Motor.
• 190 RPM.
• Air Activated Foot Switch.
• Quick Disconnect Drum.
• Weight 73 lbs.
Model K-375R with 1⁄ 2" x 50'Cable and Standard Tools
• New Torque Limiter Feature.
Standard Equipment
(1) C-44 IW Cable (1/2" x 50' Solid Core).
(1) T-202 Bulb Auger.
(1) T-211 Spade Cutter.
(1) T-205 C-Cutter.
(1) A-13 Coupling Pin.
NOTE! Should Not Be Used to Cut Roots.
K-375R Accessories
Catalog
No.
62995
63035
63005
59230
37787
41937
59782
87592
91042
84517
Model
No.
T-202
T-211
T-205
A-13
A-375
—
—
C-44 IW
–
–
Description
Bulb Auger
Grease Cutter
“C” Cutter
Coupling Pin
Plastic Drum Assembly
Work Gloves
2-Wheel Transport Cart
1/2" x 50' Solid Core Cable
1/2" IW Cable Repair Coupling
K-375R Metal Drum Assembly
Machine Ordering Information
12.22
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
83292
K-375R
Description
/ " Open Cage Drum Machine w/1/2" x 50' IW Solid Core Cable; T-260 Tool Set includes:
T-202 11/8" Bulb Auger, T-205 “C” Cutter, T-211 Spade Cutter and Pin Key; Gloves.
1 2
Weight
lb.
kg
73
33
K-750R Drum Machine
For 3" to 6" (75-150mm) Drain Lines
The K-750R is a self-contained drain cleaner ideal for lateral drain lines from 3"
to 6". Easy-to-transport, narrow design for small entry ways and minimal setup
make this machine ideal for tough mainline work.
Comes equipped with a large blade assortment to handle numerous applications.
Clears roots, debris and foreign objects out of main lines, storm drains, house
laterals and leach lines.
• Clear access to drum allows immediate view of cable for inspection plus
easier and faster cleaning of drum and cable.
• Patented Cable Control System slows the drum, should cable or blade
become completely lodged in blockage.
• New integral-wound, solid core cable is tough and kink resistant. (5/8" x 100').
Typical Applications
• Main Lines, Storm Drains, Septic Lines, Building Drains.
Specifications
• 1/2 HP, 115V, 60Hz Reversible Induction Motor.
• 200 RPM.
• Air Activated Foot Switch.
• Weight 194 lbs.
• Dual Kickstands.
• New Torque Limiter Feature.
• Lean, Well-Balanced Design for Easy One-Man Transport and Operation.
Standard Equipment
(1) C-24 IW Cables (5/8" x 100' Solid Core).
(1) T-406 Spear Blade.
(1) T-403 P-Trap Cutter.
(1) T-411 2" “C” Cutter.
(1) T-413 3" “C” Cutter.
(1) T-414 4" “C” Cutter.
(1) A-3 Tool Box.
Model K-750R with 5/8" x 100' Cable and Standard Tools
K-750R Accessories
Catalog
No.
92495
92485
92510
92520
92525
87602
43642
41937
59360
91047
Model
No.
T-406
T-403
T-411
T-413
T-414
C-24 IW
A-75
–
A-3
–
Description
Spear Blade
P-Trap Cutter
2" “C” Cutter
3" “C” Cutter
4" “C” Cutter
5/8" x 100' Solid Core Cable
AUTOFEED Assembly
Work Gloves
Tool Box
5/8" IW Cable Repair Coupling
Machine Ordering Information
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
83557
K-75R
Description
/ " Open Cage Drum Machine w/5/8" x 100' IW Solid Core Cable; 2", 3", 4" “C” Cutters;
P-Trap Cutter; Spade Blade; Tool Box; Gloves.
5 8
Weight
lb.
kg
194
88
12.23
K-50 Sectional Machine
For 3/4" to 4" (19-100mm) Drain Lines
• Compact, versatile, professional’s machine. Capable of running three different
size cables: 5/16", 3/8", and 5/8". The perfect, all-around sink, shower and floor
drain machine. Weighs less than 40 lbs.
• Unique, easy-to-use, instant-acting cable clutch maximizes operator control:
– Pull handle down and cable spins at 400 RPM.
– Release handle, cable stops – instantly.
• Uses sections of 5/8" cable, cleans 11/4" to 4" lines up to 100 feet.
– C-8 best for 11/4 -3" drains.
– C-9 best for 2 - 4" drains.
• Equipped with an A-17 adapter, runs up to 50 feet of 5/16" (15m/8mm) or 35
feet of 3/8" (11m/10mm) continuous length cable.
– 5/16" best for 3/4" to 11/2" lines.
– 3/8" best for 11/4" to 2" lines.
• Equipped with 1/6 HP motor; 115V Models CSA approved.
Model K-50
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
K-50-8 shown below includes:
• K-50 Machine.
• A-17-A, Adapter includes:
– 25' x 5/16", C-1 Bulb Auger Cable.
• A-17-B, Adapter includes:
– 35' x 3/8", C-5 Bulb Auger Cable.
Machine Options
Catalog No.
115V
230V
Model
No.
58920
76455
K-50
58960
76475
58980
Description
kg
Machine Only
37
16.8
K-50-4
Machine, with:
– A-30 Cable Kit
61
27.7
76485
K-50-6
Machine, with:
– A-17-A Adapter
– A-30 Cable Kit
67
30.4
59000
76495
K-50-8
Machine, with:
– A-17-A Adapter
– A-17-B Adapter
– A-30 Cable Kit
77
34.9
52972
—
K-50-9
Machine, with:
– A-40 Cable Kit
74
33.6
A-30 Cable Kit, includes:
– Six Sections C-8, 71/2' x 5/8" Cable (45 feet).
– A-10 Cable Carrier.
– T-201 Straight Auger.
– T-202 Bulb Auger.
– T-205 “C” Cutter.
– T-211 Spade Cutter.
– A-13 Coupling Pin Key.
– A-14-6 Rear Guide Hose.
– A-1 Left-Hand Mitt.
12.24
Weight
lb.
Accessories
kg
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
25' (7.6m) w/Bulb Auger
25' (7.6m) Inner Core
w/ Bulb Auger
50' (15.2m) w/Bulb Auger
31/2
4
1.6
1.8
59235
84325
A-14-6
A-14-10
7
3.2
59270
31/2
4
1.6
1.8
C-22
25' (7.6m) w/Drop Head Auger
25' (7.6m) Inner Core
w/Drop Head Auger
50' (15.2m) w/Drop Head Auger
7
3.2
62245
C-4
25' (7.6m) w/Male Coupling
41/2
2.0
62250
C-5
35' (10.7m) w/Bulb Auger
81/4
62260
96037
C-6
C-6IC
35' (10.7m) w/Male Coupling
35' (10.7m) w/Male Coupling
81/4
81/2
Model
No.
62225
56782
C-1
C-1IC
89400
C-21
62235
56787
C-2
C-2IC
89405
5 8
/ "- 16mm
3 8
/ "- 10mm
Drop Head
Sectional
Weight
lb.
Catalog
No.
Bulb Auger
5 16
/ "- 8mm
Cables
Description
62265
C-7
71/2' (2.3m) Tight-Wind
62270
C-8
51317
C-9
Weight
lb.
kg
6' Rear Guide Hose
10' Rear Guide Hose
5
7
2.3
3.2
A-18
Front Guide Hose Assembly
9
4.1
59210
A-10
Cable Carrier
(Holds 90' C-8, C-9)
31/4
1.5
3.8
59205
59295
A-1
A-2
Left-Hand Mitt
Right-Hand Mitt
1 2
1 2
/
/
0.2
0.2
3.8
4.0
59230
A-13
Pin Key For 5/8" Cable
1 8
/
0.1
59450
A-3179
1/
0.7
4
1.8
71/2' (2.3m) All-Purpose Wind
3
1.4
10' (3.1m) Heavy-Duty Wind
43/4
2.1
K-50 Jaw Set
1 2
Tools – Fits 5⁄16", 3⁄8" and 5⁄8" Cables
C-4, C-6, C-7, C-8 and C-9
Cable Kits
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59365
A-30
59370
52962
A-30TW
A-40
Cable
Weight
Tools & Accessories
lb.
kg
T-201 Straight Auger
T-202 Bulb Auger
T-205 “C” Cutter
T-211 Spade Cutter
A-13 Coupling Pin Key
A-10 Cable Carrier
A-14-6 Rear Guide Hose
A-1 Left-Hand Mitt
20
9.1
Six Sections:
C-7, 5/8"x71/2"
(45', 13.7m)
Tight-Wind
Same as A-30
30
Six Sections:
C-9, 5/8" x 10'
(60', 18.3 m)
T-206 Funnel Auger
T-215 4-Blade Cutter
T-231 “C” Cutter
A-13 Coupling Pin Key
A-10 Cable Carrier
A-14-10 Rear Guide Hose
A-1 Left Hand Mitt
Six Sections:
C-8, 5/8"x71/2'
(45', 13.7m)
37
13.6
16.8
Adapters
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59250
A-17-A
59255
A-17-B
59265
A-17-C
92095
A-17-D
92100
A-17-E
Description
Adapter With 25' x 5/16" Cable
w/Bulb Auger
Adapter With 35' x 3/8" Cable
w/Bulb Auger
Adapter With 35' x 3/8" Cable
w/Male Coupling
Adapter With 50' x 5/16" Cable
w/Bulb Auger
Adapter With 50' x 5/16" Cable
w/Drop Head
Weight
lb.
kg
8
3.6
13
5.9
13
5.9
12
5.4
12
5.4
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62990
62995
63000
55457
62067
T-201
T-202
T-203
T-225
T-201A
Straight Auger, 5" Long
Bulb Auger, 11/8" O.D.
Bulb Auger, 7/8" O.D.
Retrieving Auger
Straight Flex Auger
—
—
—
—
—
63065
T-217
Drop Head, 4" Long
—
54837
63005
T-204
T-205
“C” Cutter 1"
“C” Cutter 13/8"
63010
T-206
Funnel Auger, 3" Long
63015
63020
63025
T-207
T-208
T-209
Spiral Cutter, 1 / "
Spiral Cutter, 11/2"
Spiral Cutter, 2"
97840
97895
97900
63030
63035
63040
T-210
T-211
T-212
Grease Cutter, 1"
Grease Cutter, 13/8"
Grease Cutter, 13/4"
97905
97825
92850
63045
63050
63055
T-213
T-214
T-215
4-Blade Cutter, 1"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/8"
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
97795
97910
97915
63060
T-216
Chain Knocker, 2"
98000
63280
63070
63080
63220
T-218
T-219
T-220
T-221
Flue Brush, 3"
Flue Brush, 21/2"
Flue Brush, 2"
Flue Brush, 11/2"
—
—
—
—
52812
52817
52822
T-230
T-231
T-232
H-D “C” Cutter, 2"
H-D “C” Cutter, 21/2"
H-D “C” Cutter, 3"
92815
92820
92835
48482
T-250
Tool Set includes:
– T-203
– T-217
– T-205
– A-13
– T-210
—
12128
T-240
Tool Set (3/8"-K-380)
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Pin Key
—
Description
1 4
Replacement
Blade(s)
54832
97835
—
12.25
K-60 Sectional Machine
For 11/4" to 4" (32-100mm) Drain Lines
• A compact machine for institutional, commercial or residential cleaning. Also
ideal for septic tank vacuum truck operators. Small enough to fit into cramped
spaces, yet powerful enough to clear tough blockages.
• Ideal for rooftop vent stacks. Rear handle allows for easy transporting up
ladders and onto rooftops.
• Unique, easy-to-use, instant-acting cable clutch maximizes operator control.
– Push handle down, cable spins at 600 RPM.
– Release handle, cable stops instantly, no overrun to kink or damage cable.
• Simple adjustment knob allows unit to spin both 7/8" (22mm) and 5/8" (16mm)
diameter cable. Adjusts in seconds.
– 7/8" cable (C-10) cleans 2" to 4" lines through 150 feet.
– 5/8" cable (C-7, C-8, C-9) cleans 11/4" to 4" lines through 125 feet.
• Remove only two bolts to access jaw set for cleaning or replacement.
Removal of same bolts provides access to belt drive.
• Equipped with 1/2 HP motor.
Model K-60SP
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Machine Options
Catalog No.
K-60SP-SE shown above includes:
• K-60SP Machine.
• A-1 Operator’s Mitt.
• A-60-12 Rear Guide Hose.
• A-62 Cable Kit, includes:
– A-8 Cable Carrier.
– Five Sections Of C-10,
7/8" Cable, Total 75 Feet.
12.26
• A-61 Tool Kit, includes:
– T-101 Straight Auger.
– T-102 Funnel Auger.
– T-107 Spade Cutter.
– T-125 Retrieving Auger.
– T-150-1 Sharktooth Cutter.
– A-3 Tool Box.
– A-12 Pin Key.
115V
220-240V
Model
No.
66492
66512
K-60SP
66497
66517
K-60SP-SE
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Machine with A-1 Operator’s Mitt,
A-12 Pin Key, and A-60-12 Rear
Guide Hose
41
18.6
Machine with A-1 Operator’s Mitt,
A-12 Pin Key, and A-60-12 Rear
Guide Hose, plus: A-61 Tool Kit
A-62 Cable Kit
92
41.7
5 8
/ "- 16mm
7 8
/ "- 22mm
Cables and Leaders
Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Weight
Description
lb.
kg
62275
30007
C-10
T-127
15' All-Purpose Wind (4.6m)
7/8" Trap Leader
91/2
2
4.3
0.9
51317
62270
62265
C-9
C-8
C-7
5
3
4
2.2
1.4
1.8
Catalog
No.
Sectional
10' Heavy-Duty* (3m)
71/2' All-Purpose Wind* (2.3m)
71/2' Tight-Wind* (2.3m)
Model
No.
59470
A-8
59210
A-10
59425
A-36
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
Cable Carrier
(Holds 75' 7/8" Cable/C-10)
Cable Carrier
(Holds 45' 7/8" Cable/C-10)
(Holds 90' 5/8" Cable/C-7,
C-8, C-9)
51/2
2.5
31/4
1.5
Cable Caddy
15
6.8
K-60SP Replacement Jawset
3 4
/
0.3
Sectional
65687
Cable Kits and Tool Kit
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
61630
A-62
61625
48472
48477
A-61
A-35
A-35TW
Tools – Fits 7⁄8" Sectional Cable (C-10)
Description
Standard Equipment Cable
Kit for K-60-SE, includes:
– Five Sections C-10, 7/8" x 15'
Cable (75', 23m)
– A-8 Cable Carrier
Standard Equipment Tool Kit
For K-60-SE, includes:
– T-101 Straight Auger
– T-102 Funnel Auger
– T-107 Spade Cutter
– T-125 Retrieving Auger
– T-150-1 Sharktooth Cutter
– A-3 Tool Box
– A-12 Pin Key
Weight
lb.
kg
43
19.5
8
5/8" Cable Kit, includes:
– Six Sections C-8, 5/8" x 71/2"
Cable (45', 14m)
– A-10 Cable Carrier
– T-201 Straight Auger
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-205 “C” Cutter
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Coupling Pin Key
18
5/8" Tight-Wind Cable Kit,
Substitutes C-7 For C-8 In
Above Package
28
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Replacement
Blade(s)
62850
62855
27642
T-101
T-102
T-125
Straight Auger
Funnel Auger
Retrieving Auger
62860
T-103
Sawtooth Cutter, 21/2"
98070
62865
T-104
“H” Cutter, 21/2"
97800
62870
62875
T-105
T-106
Grease Cutter, 21/2"
Grease Cutter, 31/2"
97920
97925
62880
T-107
Spade Cutter, 13/4"
92850
62915
62920
62925
T-109
T-110
T-111
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 13/4"
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 21/4"
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 3"
97930
97935
92890
62930
62935
T-112
T-113
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
4-Blade Cutter, 3"
97915
97940
98050
98055
98060
T-150
T-150-1
T-150-2
62940
T-114
Description
—
—
—
3.6
8.2
12.7
Sharktooth Cutter, 3" and 4"
Sharktooth Cutter, 3" Blade
Sharktooth Cutter, 4" Blade
See below
98005
98010
Chain Knocker
97985
*Tools for C-7, C-8 and C-9 Cables see page 12.25.
Accessories
Carbide Tip Tools (For Cement Blockages)
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
59360
A-3
Tool Box
59205
59295
A-1
A-2
Left-Hand Mitt
Right-Hand Mitt
1 2
59225
59230
A-12
A-13
Pin Key, 7/8" Cable
Pin Key, 5/8" Cable
1 8
61615
76575
A-60-12
A-60-16
59445
A-5
12' Rear Guide Hose For K-60
16' Rear Guide Hose For K-60
5
2.3
1 2
/
/
0.2
0.2
1 8
/
/
0.1
0.1
12
151/2
5.5
7
/
0.2
Catalog
No.
67132
67137
67142
Description
For 5/8" Cable 3/4" Wide
For 5/8" Cable 1" Wide
For 7/8" Cable 1" Wide
TO COUPLE
SLIDE TOGETHER
Grease Gun
1 2
TO UNCOUPLE
INSERT PIN
SLIDE APART
For C-4, C-6, C-7, C-8, C-9, C-10, C-11, C-12, C-14, C-15, C-31, C-32, C-33, C-44, C-45, and C-46.
12.27
K-75 Sectional Machine
For 11/4" to 4" (32-100mm) Drain Lines
• Offers many features of heavier-duty K-1500 Machine in a lighter-weight
design. Speed cleans drain lines. Easy to transport; sets up fast.
• Unique, easy-to-use, instant-acting cable clutch maximizes
operator control:
– Pull handle down, cable spins at 640 RPM.
– Release handle frees cable instantly, no overrun.
• Equipped to spin, easy-to-handle, 15-foot sections of 7/8"
(4.6m/22mm) cable to clean 2" to 4" lines through 175 feet
(50-100mm/53m).
Model K-75B
• Change clutch jaws to run 71/2-foot sections of 5/8" (C-8, C-7, C-9)
cable to clean 11/4" to 4" lines through 125 feet (32-75mm/38m).
• Equipped with 1/2 HP motor.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
NOTE: Available in both upright “A” and low-profile “B” frame styles.
Machine Options – Only Available in 115V-60Hz
Model
No.
23737
K-75A
A-Frame Machine with: A-1 Mitt, A-12
Pin Key and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
122 55.3
23747
K-75A-SE
A-Frame Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12
Pin Key and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose,
Plus: A-61 Tool Kit
A-62 Cable Kit
160 72.6
23742
K-75B
B-Frame Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin
Key and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
110 49.9
23752
K-75B-SE
B-Frame Machine with A-1 Mitt
A-12 Pin Key and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose,
Plus: A-61 Tool Kit
A-62 Cable Kit
149 76.6
Model K-75A
Model K-75A Kit
K-75B-SE includes:
• K-75B Machine with A-1
Mitt, A-12 Pin Key and
A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose.
• A-62 Cable Kit, includes:
– Five Sections Of 7/8"
(C-10) Cable, Total 75 Feet.
– A-8 Cable Carrier.
12.28
• A-61 Tool Kit, includes:
– T-101 Straight Auger.
– T-102 Funnel Auger.
– T-107 Spade Cutter.
– T-125 Retrieving Auger.
– T-150-1 3" Sharktooth Cutter.
– A-3 Tool Box.
– A-12 Pin Key.
Weight
Catalog
No.
Description
lb.
kg
5 8
Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
62275
30007
C-10
T-127
15' All-Purpose Wind (4.6m)
7/8" Trap Leader
51317
62270
62265
C-9
C-8
C-7
Weight
lb.
kg
91/2
2
4.3
0.9
5
3
4
2.2
1.4
1.8
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
59425
A-36
Cable Caddy
15
6.8
59330
59325
A-376X
A-368X
Jawset Adapts K-75 To 5/8" Cable
7/8" Replacement Jawset
1
1
0.5
9.5
84315
59415
59395
A-34-8
A-34-10
A-34-12
8-Foot Rear Guide Hose
10-Foot Rear Guide Hose
12-Foot Rear Guide Hose
111⁄2
131⁄2
20
5.2
6.2
9.1
Sectional
/ "- 16mm
7 8
/ "- 22mm
Cables and Leaders
10' Heavy-Duty* (3m)
71/2' All-Purpose Wind* (2.3m)
71/2' Tight-Wind* (2.3m)
Sectional
*Requires A-376X Jawset; See Accessories.
Cable Kits
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
61630
A-62
Standard Equipment Cable
Kit for K-75-SE, includes:
– Five Sections C-10, 7/8" x 15'
Cable (75', 23m)
– A-8 Cable Carrier
61625
A-61
Standard Equipment Tool Kit
For K-75-SE, includes:
– T-101 Straight Auger
– T-102 Funnel Auger
– T-107 Spade Cutter
– T-125 Retrieving Auger
– T-150-1 Sharktooth Cutter
– A-3 Tool Box
– A-12 Pin Key
Weight
lb.
kg
43
19.5
8
3.6
To adapt K-75 to run 5/8" cable; requires A-376X Jawset and 5/8" Cable Kit.
59330
A-376X
48472
A-35
48477
A-35TW
/ " Jawset
1
0.5
5/8" Cable Kit, includes:
– Six Sections C-8, 5/8" x 71/2"
Cable (45', 14m)
– A-10 Cable Carrier
– T-201 Straight Auger
– T-202 Bulb Auger
– T-205 “C” Cutter
– T-211 Spade Cutter
– A-13 Coupling Pin Key
18
8.2
5/8" Tight-Wind Cable Kit,
Substitutes C-7 For C-8 In
Above Package
28
5 8
12.7
Tools* – Fits 7⁄8" Sectional Cable
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Replacement
Blade(s)
62850
62855
27642
T-101
T-102
T-125
Straight Auger
Funnel Auger
Retrieving Auger
62860
T-103
Sawtooth Cutter, 21/2"
98070
62865
T-104
“H” Cutter, 21/2"
97800
62870
62875
T-105
T-106
Grease Cutter, 21/2"
Grease Cutter, 31/2"
97920
97925
62880
T-107
Spade Cutter, 13/4"
92850
62915
62920
62925
T-109
T-110
T-111
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 13/4"
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 21/4"
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 3"
97930
97935
92890
62930
62935
T-112
T-113
4-Blade Cutter, 13/4"
4-Blade Cutter, 3"
97915
97940
98050
98055
98060
T-150
T-150-1
T-150-2
62940
T-114
Description
—
—
—
Sharktooth Cutter, 3" and 4"
Sharktooth Cutter, 3" Blade
Sharktooth Cutter, 4" Blade
See below
98005
98010
Chain Knocker
97985
*Tools for C-7, C-8 and C-9 see page 12.25.
*Carbide tip tools for cutting cement blockages available.
See K60 section for C-10 cables.
Accessories
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59360
A-3
Tool Box
59205
59295
A-1
A-2
Left-Hand Mitt
Right-Hand Mitt
1 2
59225
59230
A-12
A-13
Pin Key, / " Cable
Pin Key, 5/8" Cable
1 8
59470
A-8
59210
A-10
Cable Carrier
(Five Sections C-10)
Cable Carrier
(Three Sections C-10)
Description
7 8
lb.
kg
5
2.3
1 2
/
/
0.2
0.2
1 8
/
/
0.1
0.1
51/2
2.5
3/
1.5
1 4
FAST, SIMPLE METHOD TO CONNECT TOOLS
TO COUPLE
SLIDE TOGETHER
TO UNCOUPLE
INSERT PIN
SLIDE APART
For C-4, C-6, C-7, C-8, C-9, C-10, C-11, C-12, C-14, C-15, C-31, C-32, C-33, C-44, C-45, and C-46.
12.29
K-1500 Sectional Machine
For 2" to 8" (50-200mm) Drain and Sewer Lines
• The finest all-around sewer and drain cleaning machine. One man can
easily clean the heaviest blockages – indoors or out. High-speed cleaning
gets the job done faster...better.
• Unique, easy-to-use, instant-acting cable clutch maximizes operator
control:
– Pull handle down, cable spins at constant 710 RPM
– Release handle frees cable instantly, no overrun to loop or break cable.
• Wheels to the job site – sets up fast, cleans up fast.
• Low-profile “B” frame design will fit most crawl spaces, loads and
unloads from truck easily. Upright “A” frame features cable carrier
storage during transport, ideal for in-house applications.
Model K-1500B
(B- Frame)
• Equipped to run, easy to handle, 15-foot sections of 11/4" cable to clean 3"
to 8" (32m-200mm) lines to 200 feet (61m).
• Easy clutch jaw change-out adapts K-1500 to run 15-foot sections of 7/8"
(4.6/22mm) cable through 2" to 4" lines up to 175 feet (50-100mm, 53m).
• Equipped with 3/4 HP motor; 115V Models.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Machine Options – B Frame
Model K-1500A
(A-Frame)
115V-60Hz
Catalog No.
230V-50Hz
240V-50Hz
Model
No.
23697
27617
–
K-1500B
Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key,
and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
135
61.3
23717
27597
27637
K-1500B
Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key,
and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose, Plus:
– Seven Sections 11/4" (C-11)
Cable, Total 105 Feet
– Two A-8 Cable Carriers
– Nine-Piece 11/4" Tool Set
256
116.1
23707
–
–
K-1500B
Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key,
and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose, Plus:
– Seven Sections 11/4" (C-14)
Cable Total 105 Feet
– Two A-8 Cable Carriers
– Nine-Piece 11/4" Tool Set
256
116.1
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Machine Options – A Frame
K-1500 B W/C-11 shown above includes:
• K-1500 B Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key and A-34-12 Rear
Guide Hose.
• Seven Sections of 11/4" (C-11) Cable, Total 105 Feet.
Catalog No.
115V-60Hz
230V-50Hz
Model
No.
27612
K-1500A
Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key,
and Rear Guide Hose
135
61.3
23712
27592
K-1500A
Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key,
and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose, Plus:
– Seven Sections 11/4" (C-11)
Cable, Total 105 Feet
– Two A-8 Cable Carriers
– Nine-Piece 11/4" Tool Set
256
116.1
23702
–
K-1500A
Machine with A-1 Mitt, A-12 Pin Key,
and A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose, Plus:
– Seven Sections 11/4" (C-14)
Cable, Total 105 Feet
– Two A-8 Cable Carriers
– Nine-Piece 11/4" Tool Set
256
116.1
• Nine-Piece Tool Set includes:
12.30
– T-50-1 Sharktooth Cutter.
– A-2864 Hex Key.
– T-8 Grease Cutter.
– A-3 Tool Box.
Weight
lb.
kg
23692
• Two A-8 Cable Carriers.
– T-1 Straight Auger.
– T-3 Funnel Auger.
– T-6 Retrieving Auger.
– A-3516 Hex Key.
– T-13 Sawtooth Cutter.
Description
Accessories
Instant-Acting Clutch
Release clutch, cable stops instantly,
no overrun to loop cable.
Engage clutch, cable spins.
/ " - 22mm
78
Model
No.
62275
C-10
Sectional
- 32mm
Weight
lb.
kg
15' Standard, All-Purpose Wind.
Requires A-368X Jawset
7/8" Tools.
91/2
59205
59295
A-1
A-2
Left-Hand Mitt
Right-Hand Mitt
59360
A-3
Tool Box
59225
A-12
59440
A-4
59240
A-17
59320
A-369X
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
1 2
1 2
/
/
0.2
0.2
5
2.3
Coupling Pin Key
1 8
/
0.1
Trap Spoon (30")
13/4
0.8
Manhole Guide Pipe
23
10.4
11/4" Replacement Jawset
3 4
/
0.3
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62840
T-1
Straight Auger
—
61800
T-2
Heavy-Duty Straight Auger
—
63105
61790
T-3
T-4
Funnel Auger
Heavy-Duty Funnel Auger
—
—
63190
T-5
Straight Retrieving Auger
—
—
Description
Replacement
Blade(s)
4.3
62280
C-11
15' Standard All-Purpose Wind.
3/8" Pitch. Good for 4" Traps,
3" - 8" Lines.
16
7.3
63195
T-6
62285
C-12
15' Extra-Heavy-Duty Wind.
3/8" Pitch. Recommended For
4" - 10" Long Runs, No 4" Traps.
19
8.6
63200
T-7
Funnel Retrieving Auger
Run Machine In Reverse
Hook Auger
62295
C-14
15' Heavy-Duty Wind. 1/2" Pitch.
Recommended For 3" - 10" Lines
Through Cleanout, No 4" Traps.
16
6.8
63205
63210
62845
T-8
T-9
T-10
Grease Cutter, 21/2"
Grease Cutter, 31/2"
Grease Cutter, 41/2"
97920
97925
97865
62300
C-15
15' Extra-Flexible Wind. 1/2" Pitch.
Recommended for 3" - 6" Lines.
Good for Traps.
12
5.5
59480
59485
T-11
T-12
“H” Cutter, 21/2"
“H” Cutter, 31/2"
97800
97945
11/4" x 25" Leader
23/4
61970
61975
T-13
T-14
Sawtooth Cutter, 21/2"
Sawtooth Cutter, 31/2"
98070
98075
61770
61825
T-15A
T-15B
Expanding Cutter, 4" - 6"
Expanding Cutter, 6" - 8"
62970
62980
61960
61850
61855
T-16
T-17
T-18
Spiral Bar Cutter, 4"
Spiral Bar Cutter, 6"
Spiral Bar Cutter, 8"
97855
97955
97960
59625
63075
63085
T-21
T-22
T-23
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 21/2"
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 3"
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 4"
97965
97970
97850
59765
59770
59775
59780
T-24
T-25
T-26
T-26A
4-Blade Cutter, 21/2"
4-Blade Cutter, 31/2"
4-Blade Cutter, 41/2"
4-Blade Cutter, 51/2"
97940
97975
97805
97980
98030
98035
98040
98045
T-50
T-50-1
T-50-2
T-50-3
Three Blade (3"-4"-5")
Sharktooth Cutter, 3"
Sharktooth Cutter, 4"
Sharktooth Cutter, 6"
63110
63115
63120
T-31
T-32
T-33
Chain Knocker, For 3"- 4" Pipe
Chain Knocker, For 6" Pipe
Chain Knocker, For 8" Pipe
63145
63150
63155
63160
63165
63170
63175
63240
63180
63185
T-38
T-39
T-40
T-41
T-42
T-43
T-44
T-45
T-46
T-47
Flue Brush, 11/2"
Flue Brush, 2"
Flue Brush, 21/2"
Flue Brush, 3"
Flue Brush, 31/2"
Flue Brush, 4"
Flue Brush, 41/2"
Flue Brush, 5"
Flue Brush, 51/2"
Flue Brush, 6"
Sectional
Sectional
11/4"
Description
Model
No.
Tools – Fits 11/4" Sectional Cable (C-11, C-12, C-14 and C-15)
Cables, Leaders and Cable Kits
Catalog
No.
Catalog
No.
Sectional
Sectional
63090
T-27
1.2
To adapt K-1500 to run 7/8" cable requires A-368X Jawset and 7/8" Cable Kit.
59325
59320
A-368X
A-369-X
61630
A-62
61625
A-61
7/8" Jaw Set
11/4" Jaw Set
/ " Cable Kit
(See page 155)
7 8
/ " Tool Kit
(See page 155)
7 8
—
—
—
—
43
19.5
8
3.6
Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59470
A-8
59475
A-9
59415
59395
59400
59300
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Cable Carrier, 60-Foot
Capacity (11/4")
Cable Carrier, 150-Foot
Capacity (11/4")
5/
2.5
14
6.4
A-34-10
A-34-12
A-34-16
10-Foot Rear Guide Hose
12-Foot Rear Guide Hose
16-Foot Rear Guide Hose
133⁄8
20
261⁄2
6.2
9.1
12.0
A-20
8-Foot Front Guide Hose
Assembly
25
11.4
1 2
—
See Below
98005
98010
98015
97985
97990
97995
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
12.31
K-1500SP Sectional Machine
For 2" to 10" (50-250mm) Drain/Sewer Lines
• All the features of the standard K-1500 with extra power to clean larger lines
(10") and longer distances (through 300 feet). Cuts through blockages fast.
• Equipped with full 1 HP TEFC motor and heavy-duty rotary switch.
• Unique easy-to-use, instant-acting cable clutch maximizes operator control:
– Pull handle down and cable spins at 600 RPM.
– Release frees cable instantly, no overrun to loop or damage cable.
• Low-profile frame design will fit most crawl spaces.
• 10" semi-pneumatic ball bearing wheels.
• Easy clutch jaw change-out adapts the K-1500 SP to use 7⁄8" cable to clean 2"
to 4" lines through 175 feet (order jawset A-368X, 59325).
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
Machine Options – B Frame
Catalog No.
Model K-1500SP
(B Frame)
Model
No.
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Machine with A-1 Operator’s
Mitt and A-12 Pin Key, Plus:
– A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
141
64
K-1500SP
Machine with A-1 Operator’s
Mitt and A-12 Pin Key, Plus:
– A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
– 150 Feet, Ten Sections of
C-11, 11/4" Cable
– Three A-8 Cable Carriers
– A-3 Tool Box
– Eight-Piece 11/4" Tool Package
317
144
K-1500SP
Machine with A-1 Operator’s
Mitt and A-12 Pin Key
– A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
– C-14 Three Carrier Cable
Combination Kit
297
135
120V-60Hz
43507
220/240V-50Hz
43512
K-1500SP
46907
—
91027
—
Machine Options – A Frame
Catalog No.
K-1500SP with C-11 shown above
K-1500SP w/C-11 includes:
• K-1500SP Machine with A-1 Mitt and A-12 Pin Key.
• A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose.
• 150 Feet, Ten Sections of C-11, 11/4" Cable.
• Three A-8 Cable Carriers.
• Nine-Piece 11/4" Tool Package, includes:
– T-1 Straight Auger.
– T-50 Sharktooth Cutter
– T-3 Funnel Auger.
with 3", 4" and 5" Blades.
– T-6 Retrieving Auger.
– A-2864 Hex Key (3/16").
– T-8 21/2" Grease Cutter.
– A-3516 Hex Key (1/4").
– T-13 21/2" Sawtooth Cutter.
– A-3 Tool Box.
12.32
Model
No.
120V
46837
220/240V
—
K-1500SPA
91032
—
K-1500SPA
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Machine with A-1 Operator’s
Mitt and A-12 Pin Key, Plus:
– A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
150
68
Machine with A-1 Operator’s
Mitt and A-12 Pin Key, Plus:
– A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
& C-14 Three Carrier Cable
Combination Kit
317
144
K-1500SP Accessories–see page 12.31.
C-14 Heavy-Duty Accessory Kit
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
48457
—
Description
C-14 Three-Carrier Cable Combination Kit
Includes:
– 150' C-14 Cable, Ten Sections 11/4"
– Three Cable Carriers
– A-3 Toolbox and A-12 Pin Key
– T-2 HD Straight Auger; T-4 HD Funnel Auger;
– T-6 Funnel Retrieving Auger; T-8 Spade Cutter;
T-13 Saw Tooth Cutters; T-50 Sharktooth
Weight
lb.
kg
160
72.6
K-1500G Sectional Machine
For 2" to 10" (50-250mm) Drain/Sewer Lines
• A gasoline engine makes the K-1500G well-suited for cleaning lines in
remote locations where electrical power is unavailable. Cuts through roots
fast.
• Unique, easy-to-use, instant-acting cable clutch maximizes operator
control.
– Pull down on the handle and the cable spins at 600 RPM.
– Release frees cable instantly, automatic throttle control idles engine.
• Comes equipped to use 11/4" cable to clean 3" to 10" lines through 300
feet (75-250mm, 92m).
• 6 HP gasoline engine drives cable via four-speed transmission. Allows the
operator to vary the cable spinning speed to fit the application. Forward
speeds of 333, 425 and 500 RPM, and a reverse speed of 250 RPM.
• Low-profile, four-wheel cart easily rolls to the job. Guards against
machine upset and possible fuel spillage.
Model K-1500G
Machine Dimensions
Width Wheel to Wheel
Length Including Kickstand
Ground to Top of Handle
Back of Handle to Front
Ground to Top of Housing Shell
26"
28"
38"
49"
27"
Machine Options
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
44587
K-1500G
Machine Only with A-1 Glove, A-12
Coupling Pin Key and A-34-10 Rear
Guide Hose
48462
K-1500G
w/C-14
Machine with Standard Equipment,
includes:
– Ten Sections Of C-14 Cable, Total 150 Feet
– Three A-8 Cable Carriers
– A-1 Left-Hand Mitt
– A-12 Coupling Pin Key
– A-34-12 Rear Guide Hose
– A-2864 Hex Key
– A-3516 Hex Key
– A-3 Tool Box
– T-2 Heavy-Duty Straight Auger
– T-4 Heavy-Duty Funnel Auger
– T-6 Retrieving Auger
– T-8 Grease Cutter
– T-13 Sawtooth Cutter
– T-50 Sharktooth Cutter
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
190
86.4
K-1500G Accessories – see page 12.31.
A-17 Manhole Guide Pipe
Adjusts 7' to 12', supports cables,
locks into place quickly.
K-1500G with C-14 shown above
12.33
K-1000 Rodder Machine
Cleans 8" to 24" (200-610mm) Drain/Sewer Lines
• A rugged, compact machine well-suited for straight main line work
in municipalities, universities, institutions and industry. Drives sectional sewer
rods through long, straight runs of larger diameter pipe – up to 500 feet.
• Equipped with a 6 HP gasoline engine and forward/reverse transmission. Rod
rotates at 133 RPM in forward and reverse at full throttle.
• Spring-loaded throttle control is hand operated. Varies rod speed within
each speed range. Returns engine speed to idle and disengages clutch when
operator releases throttle.
• Adjustable torque limiter minimizes kinking of rods and excessive torque
through transmission system.
Machine Options
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
59175
K-1000
Rodder Machine, includes:
– B-3542 Rod Driver
– A-2704 Tool Driver
– A-3567 Drive Pin
– R-0 Rod Turner
– A-4558 Torque Adapter
– A-12 Coupling Pin Key
– A-1 Operator’s Mitt (LH)
– A-2 Operator’s Mitt (RH)
160
75
84295
K-1000
Rodder Machine, same as above, plus:
– 20 Sections of A-2475, 5/16" Rod,
Total of 100 Feet
– T-300 Spear Head Cutter
– T-317 Auger
– T-326 Pick-Up Tool
210
95
Model K-1000
12.34
Description
Weight
lb.
kg
Rods, Rodding Tools, and Accessories
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
60355
A-2474
60360
A-2475
60365
A-2476
Tools
Weight
lb.
kg
Description
3' Solid Sectional Rod,
includes R-1 Male and
R-2 Female Couplings
5' Solid Sectional Rod,
includes R-1 Male and
R-2 Female Couplings
10' Solid Sectional Rod,
includes R-1 Male and
R-2 Female Couplings
11/4
0.6
13/4
0.8
3
1.4
Accessories
Weight
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
Description
59835
K-10
Complete Set of Quick-Connect
Rod Couplings: One Each R-1
and R-2
59560
59555
R-1
R-2
Male Rod Coupling
Female Rod Coupling
1 4
61875
R-7
61885
R-8
Male Tool Coupling, connects
Tool Adapter to Rodding Tool
Female Tool Coupling, connects
Tool to Tool Adapter
60700
A-2704
62170
61895
B-3542
—
62815
Catalog
No.
Model
No.
62045
T-300
62050
62055
62060
62065
62070
Weight
Description
lb.
kg
Spear Head
17/8
0.8
T-301
T-302
T-303
T-304
T-305
Round Stock Corkscrew, 11/2"
Round Stock Corkscrew, 2"
Round Stock Corkscrew, 21/2"
Round Stock Corkscrew, 3"
Round Stock Corkscrew, 31/2"
11/4
11/2
13/4
13/4
13/4
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.8
0.8
62075
62080
62085
T-306
T-307
T-308
Double Corkscrew, 3"
Double Corkscrew, 4"
Double Corkscrew, 5"
21/4
21/2
23/4
1.0
1.1
1.2
62090
62095
62100
62105
62370
62375
62380
T-309
T-310
T-311
T-312
T-313
T-314
T-315
Square Stock Corkscrew, 3"
Square Stock Corkscrew, 4"
Square Stock Corkscrew, 5"
Square Stock Corkscrew, 6"
Square Stock Corkscrew, 8"
Square Stock Corkscrew, 10"
Square Stock Corkscrew, 12"
21/4
21/2
31/4
33/4
61/2
71/2
81/4
1.0
1.1
1.5
1.7
3.0
3.4
3.8
62110
62115
62120
62125
62385
62390
T-316
T-317
T-318
T-319
T-320
T-321
Auger, 3"
Auger, 4"
Auger, 5"
Auger, 6"
Auger, 8"
Auger, 10"
3
31/2
41/2
5
81/2
91/2
1.4
1.5
2.0
2.3
3.9
4.3
62140
T-326
Pick-Up Tool
1
0.5
lb.
kg
3 8
/
0.2
1 8
/
/
0.1
0.1
1 2
/
0.2
1 2
/
0.2
Tool Adapter, includes R-2 and
R-7 Couplings
21/4
1.0
Rod Holder For K-1000
Rod Driver for K-2000
33/8
51/2
1.5
2.5
R-O
Rod Turner, used to manually
turn Rods in short runs
31/4
1.5
Catalog
No.
59205
59295
A-1
A-2
Left-Hand Mitt
Right-Hand Mitt
/
/
0.2
0.2
61800
T-2
Heavy-Duty Straight Auger
—
1 2
61790
T-4
Heavy-Duty Funnel Auger
—
59360
A-3
Tool Box
5
2.3
63200
T-7
Hook Auger
—
59225
A-12
Coupling Pin Key
/
0.1
61960
61850
61855
T-16
T-17
T-18
Spiral Bar Cutter, 4"
Spiral Bar Cutter, 6"
Spiral Bar Cutter, 8"
97855
97955
97960
63085
T-23
Spiral Sawtooth Cutter, 4"
97850
59765
59770
59775
59780
T-24
T-25
T-26
T-26A
4-Blade Cutter, 21/2"
4-Blade Cutter, 31/2"
4-Blade Cutter, 41/2"
4-Blade Cutter, 51/2"
97940
97975
97805
97980
1 2
1 8
The following Heavy-Duty Cable Tools are also recommended for use with rod.
Rods, Rodding Tools, and Accessories
• RIDGID K-10 quick-connect couplings make rodding jobs easier than
ordinary threaded couplings:
– To connect rods, align and snap them together for a solid connection
(Fig. 1 and 2).
Fig. 1
Model
No.
Description
Replacement
Blade(s)
Fig. 2
– To disconnect, insert the pin key and slide the couplings apart (Fig. 3).
Fig. 3
• One coupling pin key replaces assembly tool and wrench required to
connect ordinary threaded couplings. Easy-to-add rods or tools.
No bulky reels.
• Convert existing tools and rods to the RIDGID quick-connect system:
– One pair of R1 and R2 couplings substitute for one threaded coupling.
– Standard left-hand and-right hand rod nuts fasten R1 and R2 couplings
to existing rods.
– R-8 couplings adapt each rod tool to quick-connect system.
– A-2704 adapts rod couplings to larger-size tool couplings.
• RIDGID rods meet ASTM-270 specifications.
• For 11/4" cables, tools, and accessories, see page 12.31.
• For 7/8" cables, tools, and accessories, see page 12.29.
K-10
R-1
R-2
R-7
R-8
12.35
Electric Water Jetters
These jetters propel a highly flexible hose through 11/4" to 4" lines–blasting through sludge, soap and grease blockages.
As you pull the hose back, it power scrubs the line, flushing debris away and restoring drain lines to their free-flowing capacity.
• Easy to use: Thrust propels the hose down the line. You simply guide the hose into the drain.
• High Quality: Duplex pump with corrosion-resistant, forged brass head. New pressure control valve allows quick and easy pressure adjustment.
• Dependable: Reduced number of fittings, hoses and parts minimizes leaks and down time keeping you on the job.
• Versatile: Optional power washer package cleans cables, tools and other heavily soiled equipment.
• CSA approved.
• Approved to UL standards (NRTLC).
KJ-1350 – 11/4" to 4" (32-100mm) Drain Lines
• Powerful: Actual working pressure of 1350 psi and flow of 1.4 GPM for fast,
effective cleaning of lines.
• Pulse Action: Activate the KJ-1350’s pulse action to easily negotiate
difficult bends and traps. The KJ-1350-2 has a second level of pulse.
• Portable and Compact: The optional H-10 Cart rolls the jetter and hose
to the job site. Jetter and hose reel are easily removed from the cart in
seconds for hard to reach drains or remote storage. The compact cart offers
a retractable handle and swivel hose reel minimizing storage space. Optional
adapter allows the KJ-1350 to be mounted on the upright H-30 Cart.
• Electrical Requirement: The 1.5 HP motor draws a maximum of 14 Amps
and can run on most standard 115 Volt circuits.
Model KJ-1350-C
on H-10 Cart
KJ-1750 – 11/4" to 4" (32-100mm) Drain Lines
• Powerful: Actual working pressure of 1750 psi and flow of 1.4 GPM for fast,
effective cleaning of lines.
Model KJ-1750-C
on H-30 Cart
• Pulse Action: Two levels of pulse are standard. Activate the KJ-1750’s pulse
action to easily negotiate difficult bends and traps.
• Portable: The optional H-30 Cart rolls the jetter and hose to the job site. The
jetter is easily removed from the cart in seconds for hard to reach drain or for
remote storage. Optional adapter allows the KJ-1750 to be mounted on the
compact H-10 Cart.
• Electrical Requirement: The 2.0 HP motor draws a maximum of 17 Amps
which requires a 20 Amp, 115 Volt circuit.
12.36
Machine Options (115V)
Catalog
No.
62587
62597
63107
63112
62687
62697
67332
Model
No.
KJ-1350
KJ-1350-C
KJ-1350-2
KJ-1350-2C
KJ-1750
KJ-1750-C
KJ-1750-SC
Jetter Accessories
Description
Wt.
KJ-1350 Standard Jetter with Pulse
– H-21, H-22, and H-24 1/8" NPT Nozzles
– 25' x 1/8" Sink Trap Hose
– Nylon Storage Bag
– Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Above With:
– H-10 Cart
– 100' x 1/4" Trap Hose
KJ-1350 Jetter with Dual Pulse
– H-21, H-22, and H-24 1/8" NPT Nozzles
– 50' x 1/8" Sink Trap Hose
– Nylon Storage Bag
– Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Above With:
– H-10 Cart
– 100' x 1/4" Trap Hose
KJ-1750 Jetter with Dual Pulse
– H-41, H-42, and H-44 1/8" NPT Nozzles
– H-51 and H-52 1/4" NPT Nozzles
– 50' x 1/8" Sink Trap Hose
– Nylon Storage Bag
– Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Above With:
– H-30 Cart
– 110' x 1/2" Jet Hose
62687 with:
– H-10 Cart
– 100' x 1/4" Trap Hose
70 lb.
(31.7 kg)
120 lb.
(54.4 kg)
72 lb.
(32.7 kg)
122 lb.
(55.3 kg)
66442
Model
No.
KJ-1750-E
KJ-1750-E SC
Description
Model
No.
H-21
H-22
H-24
H-25
H-31
H-32
H-41
H-42
H-44
H-45
H-45
H-51
H-52
H-1825
H-1850
H-1425
H-1435
H-1450
H-1475
H-1400
H-1415
HL-1
HL-2
H-1250
H-1275
H-1200
H-1211
H-1215
H-1220
Description
KJ-1350 Propulsion Nozzle
KJ-1350 Penetrating Nozzle
KJ-1350 Drop Head Nozzle
KJ-1350 Spinning Nozzle
KJ-1350 Propulsion Nozzle
KJ-1350 Penetrating Nozzle
KJ-1750 Propulsion Nozzle
KJ-1750 Penetrating Nozzle
KJ-1750 Drop Head Nozzle
KJ-1750 Spinning Nozzle
KJ-1750 Spinning Nozzle
KJ-1750 Propulsion Nozzle
KJ-1750 Penetrating Nozzle
1/8" x 25' Sink Trap Hose
1/8" x 50' Sink Trap Hose
1/4" x 25'
1/4" x 35'
1/4" x 50'
1/4" x 75'
1/4" x 100'
1/4" x 150'
Flexible Leader, 1/4" x 12"
Flexible Leader, 1/2" x 18"
1/2" x 50'
1/2" x 75'
1/2" x 100'
1/2" x 110'
1/2" x 150'
1/2" x 200'
1/8" NPT
Fits 1/8" &
1/4" Hose
1/4" NPT
Fits 1/2" Hose
1/8" NPT
Fits 1/8" &
1/4" Hose
1/4" NPT
Fits 1/2" Hose
155 lb.
(70.3 kg)
125 lb.
(56.7 kg)
75 lb.
(34.0 kg)
/ " Trap Hose
/ " Jet Hose
1 2
Model H-22 and H-32 (KJ-1350)
Model H-42 and H-52 (KJ-1750
Penetrating Nozzles
Penetrating nozzle features an additional forward
pointing jet that blasts a hole in solid ice or sludge
blockages. Three reverse jets provide propulsion.
155 lb.
(56.7 kg)
Hose
I.D.
Hose
O.D.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
/"
1/8"
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
1/8"
1/8"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
3 16
1 8
1 4
H-10 Cart with Hose Reel
H-10 Cart with Hose Reel and 100' x 1/4" Trap Hose
Mini Hose Reel (fits H-10 cart) 150' x 1/4" Capacity
H-30 Cart with Hose Reel
H-30 Cart with Hose Reel and 110' x 1/2" Jet Hose
Pressure Wash Package, Electric Jetters
Wash Wand, Electric Jetters
1/2" x 35' Wash Hose
KJ-1750 Adapter to Fit H-10 Cart
KJ-1350 Adapter to Fit H-30 Cart
Winterizing Kit
Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Jet Vac (See page 163 for details)
Model H-21 and H-31 (KJ-1350)
Model H-41 and H-51 (KJ-1750)
Propulsion Nozzles
General-purpose nozzle that works well in most
applications. Features three reverse thrusters for
maximum propulsion to jet long distances.
Jetter Nozzles and Hoses
Catalog
No.
64707
64712
64717
82832
64722
64727
64742
64747
64752
82837
82837
64757
64762
52957
53037
45792
47597
47602
49272
49277
64732
50002
50007
47607
47612
47617
51587
49487
51597
Description
Jetter Nozzles
Wt.
KJ-1750 230V Jetter with Dual Pulse
– H-41, H-42, and H-44 1/8" NPT Nozzles
– 50' x 1/8" Sink Trap Hose
– Nylon Storage Bag
– Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Above With:
– H-10 Cart
– 100' x 1/4" Trap Hose
Model
No.
H-10
H-10 WH
H-5
H-30
H-30 WH
HP-EL
HW-EL
H-1235
H-10A
H-30A
H-25
H-21
H-32
75 lb.
(34.0 kg)
Machine Options (230V)
Catalog
No.
66447
Catalog
No.
64697
62592
62882
64737
62877
62887
64702
51572
62897
62892
48367
47542
67187
Model H-24 Drop Head Nozzle (KJ-1350)
Model H-44 Drop Head Nozzle (KJ-1750)
Allows jetter hose to negotiate difficult bends and
traps. Three reverse thrusters provide propulsion.
Model H-25 Spinning Nozzle (KJ-1350)
Model H-45 Spinning Nozzle (KJ-1750)
Spinning action cleans the entire interior of pipe
surface. Three reverse jets provide propulsion.
/ "
3/16"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
3/16"
3/16"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
12.37
KJ-2200 Water Jetter
Jets 11/4" to 6" (32-150mm) Drain Lines
This jetter propels a highly flexible hose through 11/4" to 6" lines – blasting
through sludge, soap and grease blockages. As you pull the hose back, it
power scrubs the line flushing debris away, restoring drain lines to their full,
free-flowing capacity.
• Powerful: Actual working pressure of 2200 psi and flow of 2.4 GPM for fast,
effective cleaning of lines.
• Easy to Use: Thrust propels the hose down the line. You simply guide the hose
into the drain.
• Pulse Action: Activate the KJ-2200’s pulse action to easily negotiate difficult
bends and traps.
• Portable: The optional H-30 cart rolls the jetter and hose to the job site. The
jetter is easily removed from the cart in seconds for hard to reach drains, indoor
applications or remote storage.
• Convenient: Standard equipment includes FV-1 foot valve. It makes remote
or indoor operation simple and safe. You control the jetting action at the drain
while leaving the jetter outdoors.
• Quality & Dependability: Triplex pump with corrosion-resistant, forged brass
head. Reduced number of fittings, hoses and parts minimizes leaks and down
time – keeping you on the job.
• Versatile: Optional power washer package cleans cables, tools and other
heavily soiled equipment.
Model KJ-2200-C
Model KJ-2200
12.38
• New and improved 6.5 HP Recoil start gasoline engine starts easily.
Features: ON/OFF switch; choke and throttle controls; easy access oil fill
and dip stick.
Machine Options
Catalog
No.
63877
63882
Model
No.
KJ-2200
KJ-2200-C
Jetter Nozzles
Description
Wt.
KJ-2200 Jetter with Pulse
– H-61, H-62, and H-64 1/8" NPT Nozzles
– H-71 and H-72 1/4" NPT Nozzles
– 75' x 1/4" Trap Hose
– FV-1 Foot Valve
– Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Above With:
– H-30 Cart
– 110' x 1/2" Jet Hose
65 lb.
(29.5 kg)
145 lb.
(65.8 kg)
Jetter Nozzles and Hoses
Catalog
No.
64772
64777
64782
82842
64787
64792
82852
47592
47597
47602
49272
49277
64732
50002
50007
47607
47612
47617
51587
49487
51597
Model
No.
H-61
H-62
H-64
H-65
H-71
H-72
H-75
H-1425
H-1435
H-1450
H-1475
H-1400
H-1415
HL-1
HL-2
H-1250
H-1275
H-1200
H-1211
H-1215
H-1220
Description
Propulsion Nozzle
Penetrating Nozzle
Drop Head Nozzle
Spinning Nozzle
Propulsion Nozzle
Penetrating Nozzle
Spinning Nozzle
1/4" x 25'
1/4" x 35'
1/4" x 50'
1/4" x 75'
1/4" x 100'
1/4" x 150'
Flexible Leader, 1/4"
Flexible Leader, 1/2"
1/2" x 50'
1/2" x 75'
1/2" x 100'
1/2" x 110'
1/2" x 150'
1/2" x 200'
Model
No.
H-5
H-30
H-30 WH
HP-22
HW-22
H-1235
FV-1
HF-4
H-25
H-21
H-32
Hose
O.D.
1/8" NPT
Fits 1/4" Hose
/ " NPT
Fits 1/2" Hose
1 4
/ "
/ "
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
1/8"
1/8"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
3 16
3 16
/ " Trap Hose
1 4
Orange
/ " Jet Hose
1 2
Black
Jetter Accessories
Catalog
No.
62882
64737
62877
64077
64767
51572
48157
66732
48367
47542
67187
Hose
I.D.
/"
/"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
3/16"
3/16"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1 4
1 4
Model H-61 and H-71
Propulsion Nozzles
General-purpose nozzle that works well in most
applications. Features three reverse thrusters
for maximum propulsion to jet long distances.
Model H-62 and H-72
Penetrating Nozzles
Penetrating nozzle features an additional
forward pointing jet that blasts a hole in solid
ice or sludge blockages. Three reverse jets
provide propulsion.
Model H-64 Drop Head Nozzle
Allows jetter hose to negotiate difficult bends
and traps. Three reverse thrusters provide
propulsion.
Model H-65 and H-75 Spinning Nozzle
Spinning action cleans the entire interior
of pipe surface. Three reverse jets provide
propulsion.
Jet Vac
For use with all RIDGID water jetters:
Description
Mini Hose Reel (No Hose included)
H-30 Cart with Hose Reel
H-30 Cart with Hose Reel and 110' x 1/2" Jet Hose
Pressure Wash Package, KJ-2200
Wash Wand, KJ-2200
Wash Wand Hose 1/2" x 35'
Foot Valve
Quick Connect Hose
Winterizing Kit
Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Jet Vac
The Jet Vac attaches to any portable water jetter to quickly
move (vacuum) liquid and debris from flooded basements,
sumps, swimming pools, construction sites, car wash pits, etc.
This cost and time saving product will move up to 60 gallons
of liquid per minute.
Jet Vac Unit
12.39
KJ-3000 Water Jetter
Jets 2" to 8" (50-200mm) Drain Lines
The RIDGID KJ-3000 portable water jetter gives you 3000 psi actual working
pressure to handle large commercial and industrial applications. This jetter
propels a highly flexible and lightweight hose through 2" to 8" lines – blasting
through sludge, soap, grease, and sediment blockages. As you pull the hose back,
it power scrubs the line flushing debris away and restoring drain lines to their
full, free-flowing capacity – all without the use of harmful chemicals.
• Powerful: Actual working pressure of 3000 psi and flow of 4.0 GPM for fast,
effective cleaning of lines.
• Lightweight Hose: Hose with nylon braid provides significant weight reduction and increased flexibility – all without reducing strength. Allows the thrust
to propel the hose further down the line.
• Complete: With the KJ-3000’s removable hose reel, there is no need to purchase expensive portable hose reels. Standard packages come equipped to
handle indoor and remote applications.
• Convenient: Completely remove the hose reel to ease loading onto service
trucks. Simply rotate the hose reel forward to gain full access to the engine’s
gas tank and air filter.
Model KJ-3000
• Maneuverable: In the heavy-duty 3000 psi jetter category, the RIDGID
KJ-3000 is one of the most maneuverable jetters on the market. The unit, on its
unique two-wheeled cart, easily fits through standard size doors and can
negotiate tight turns with the greatest of ease.
• Pulse Action: Activate the KJ-3000’s pulse action to easily negotiate difficult
bends and traps.
• Quality & Dependability: Triplex pump with corrosion-resistant, forged brass
head. Gear reducer allows pump to run at slower (optimal) speed. Reduced
number of fittings, hoses and parts minimizes leaks and downtime – keeping
you on the job.
• Versatile: Power wash package and chemical injector system cleans cables,
tools, and other heavily soiled equipment.
• 13 HP Recoil start gasoline engine starts easily. Features: ON/OFF switch;
choke and throttle controls; easy access oil fill and dip stick.
KJ-3000 with hose reel removed
12.40
Root Ranger root cutting jetter nozzle
now included with every KJ-3000.
Jetter Nozzles
Machine Options
Catalog
No.
64882
64892
Model
No.
KJ-3000
KJ-3000-E
Description
Model H-81 and H-91
Propulsion Nozzles
Wt.
KJ-3000 Jetter with Pulse
– H-91 and H-92 1/4" NPT Nozzles
– RR3000 Root Cutting Nozzle
– H-38 Hose Reel with
200' x 3/8" ID Jet Hose
– 50' x 3/8" ID Jet/Wash Hose
– Pressure Wash Package
– FV-1 Foot Valve
– Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Above With:
– Electric Start Engine
(Battery not included)
215 lb. (97.5 kg)
General-purpose nozzle features three reverse
thrusters for maximum propulsion to jet long
distances.
160 lb. (72.6 kg)
w/o Hose Reel
Model H-82 and H-92
Penetrating Nozzles
225 lb. (102.1 kg)
170 lb. (77.1 kg)
w/o Hose Reel
Additional forward pointing jet blasts a hole in
solid ice or sludge blockages. Three reverse jets
provide propulsion.
Jetter Nozzles and Hoses
Catalog
No.
64802
64807
64812
82847
64817
64822
82857
16713
47592
47597
47602
49272
49277
64732
64827
64832
64837
64842
64847
64852
64857
Model
No.
H-81
H-82
H-84
H-85
H-91
H-92
H-95
RR3000
H-1425
H-1435
H-1450
H-1475
H-1400
H-1415
H-3835
H-3850
H-3810
H-3815
H-3820
H-3825
H-3830
Description
Propulsion Nozzle
Penetrating Nozzle
Drop Head Nozzle
Spinning Nozzle
Propulsion Nozzle
Penetrating Nozzle
Spinning Nozzle
Root Ranger Root Cutting Nozzle
1/4" x 25' Trap Hose
1/4" x 35' Trap Hose
1/4" x 50' Trap Hose
1/4" x 75' Trap Hose
1/4" x 100' Trap Hose
1/4" x 150' Trap Hose
3/8" ID x 35' Wash Hose
3/8" ID x 50' Jet/Wash Hose
3/8" ID x 100' Jet Hose
3/8" ID x 150' Jet Hose
3/8" ID x 200' Jet Hose
3/8" ID x 250' Jet Hose
3/8" ID x 300' Jet Hose
Model
No.
H-5
H-38
H-38 WH
HW-30
H-25
FV-1
HF-4
H-21
H-32
Hose
O.D.
1/8" NPT
Fits 1/4" Hose
1/4" NPT
Fits 3/8" Hose
/ " Trap Hose
Orange
1 4
/ " Jet Hose
Black
3 8
Jetter Accessories
Catalog
No.
62882
64862
64902
64797
48367
48157
66732
47542
67187
Hose
I.D.
Description
Mini Hose Reel
Hose Reel (Fits KJ-3000)
Hose Reel with 200' x 3/8" ID Hose (Fits KJ-3000)
Wash Wand, KJ-3000
Winterizing Kit
Foot Valve
Quick Connect Hose (Reel to Foot Valve)
Nozzle Cleaning Tool
Jet Vac
/ "
/ "
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
3/16"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
/"
/"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
5/8"
5/8"
5/8"
5/8"
5/8"
5/8"
5/8"
3 16
1 4
3 16
1 4
Model H-84 Drop Head Nozzle
Allows Jetter hose to negotiate difficult bends
and traps. Three reverse thrusters provide
propulsion.
Model H-85 and H-95
Spinning Nozzles
Spinning action cleans the entire interior
of pipe surface. Three reverse jets provide
propulsion.
Foot Pedal
The foot pedal’s ON/OFF control
gives you total control of the
jetting action at the drain
opening. It frees both hands to
guide the jetting hose into the
drain opening and around bends
and traps.
Jet Vac
For use with all RIDGID water jetters:
The Jet Vac attaches to any portable water jetter to quickly
move (vacuum) liquid and debris from flooded basements,
sumps, swimming pools, construction sites, car wash pits,
etc. This cost and time saving product will move up to 60
gallons of liquid per minute.
Clear tough blockages and tree roots with Root Ranger 3000.
Jet Vac Unit
12.41
For Drain Guns, Sink Drums, and Small Line Sectional Machines
Bulb Auger
Length
C-1
C-21
25'
50'
Inner Core w/
Bulb Auger
3/8"
(10mm)
Inner Core w/ Drop
Head
Male Coupling
Typical Application
25'
50'
Drain Lines 3/4" to 11/2". Drop Head leads into down drain
pipes, especially good for back-to-back mounted fixtures
and severe bends.
C-1IC
C-13IC
25'
35'
Drain Lines 11/4" to 2". Kitchen Sinks, Lavatory Sinks,
Slop Sinks and Laundry Lines.
C-2IC
C-23IC
25'
35'
Drop Head leads into down drain pipes, especially good
for back-to-back mounted fixtures and severe bends.
C-4
C-6
C-6IC
25'
35'
35'
Drain Lines 11/4" to 21/2". Kitchen Sinks, Lavatory Sinks,
Slop Sinks, and Disposal Waste Lines.
C-5
35'
Drain Lines 11/4" to 21/2". Kitchen Sinks, Lavatory Sinks,
Slop Sinks, and Disposal Waste Lines.
Bulb Auger
Characteristics
Hollow core cables that provide maximum flexibility for
severe bends and “P” Traps.
K-25/K-26
(25' only)
K-39
K-40
K-50*
Inner core cables that provide good flexibility while resisting kinking.
K-25/K-26
(25' only)
K-39, K-40
K-3800,
K-50*
Flexible, yet tough 3/8" cable most commonly used after traps have been
removed. C-6IC slightly stiffer than C-6.
3/8"
(10mm)
1/2"
(12mm)
5/8"
(16mm)
K-39
K-40
K-50*
*See Page 12.25 for Proper Adapter or Sink Drum.
For Drum Machines
Model
Length
w/Inner Core
C-31,C-31IW
C-32,C-32IW
C-33,C-33IW
50'
75'
100'
Drain Lines 11/2" to 21/2". Kitchen Sinks, Lavatory Sinks,
Slop Sinks and Laundry Stacks.
Good flexibility. As torque builds, outer spring tightens on wire core
causing cable to stiffen and transfer greater torque to cutter.
K-380
K-3800
w/Inner Core
C-44,C-44IW
C-45,C-45IW
C-46
50'
75'
90'
Drain Lines 2" to 4". Laundry Stacks, Roof Vents and
Indoor Floor Drains.
Same characteristics as above. Exceptional
flexibility and toughness for a 1/2" inner core cable.
K-380
K-3800
C-25,C-25IW
C-26,C-26IW
C-27,C-27IW
C-24,C-24IW
25'
50'
75'
100'
Drain Lines 3" to 6". Floor Drains, Vents, and Laterals.
General purpose cable. Inner core provides greater
stiffness under load.
K-750
K-6200
K-7500
C-27HC
C-24HC
75'
100'
Drain Lines 3" to 6". Floor Drains, Vents, and Laterals.
Hollow core cable is lighter in weight & more flexible. Helps operator
negotiate difficult traps & bends in large lines.
K-750
K-7500
C-28
C-29
C-75
C-100
25'
50'
75'
100'
Drain Lines 4" to 10". Main Lines including Laterals.
Powerful cable used for heavy-duty blockages such as tree roots. Cable
tightens on core to provide extra stiffness under load, delivering power
to cutter.
K-750
K-7500
C-75HC
C-100HC
75'
100'
Drain Lines 4" to 6". Main Lines including Laterals.
Hollow core cable is lighter in weight and more flexible.
Helps operator negotiate difficult traps and bends in large lines.
K-750
K-7500
w/Inner Core
w/Hollow Core
3/4"
(20mm)
Machines
Drain Lines 3/4" to 11/2". Kitchen Sinks, Lavatory Sinks,
Bathtub Drains, Drinking Fountains and Urinals.
C-2
C-22
5⁄16"
(8mm)
Drop Head
Model
w/Inner Core
w/Hollow Core
Typical Application
Characteristics
Machines
11/4"
(32mm)
7/8"
(22MM)
5/8"
(16mm)
For Sectional Machines
Model
Length
Typical Application
Characteristics
Machines
C-7
71/2'
2" and 3" Floor Drains.
Tight wind cable providing good rigidity in a hollow core cable.
Not for tree roots.
K-50, K-60SP
K-75A/B*
C-8
71/2'
Drain Lines 11/4" to 2". Ideal for proper cleaning of small
lines.
Open wind cable that is more flexible than C-7. Open wind acts as an auger
to thoroughly remove blockages in small lines.
K-50, K-60SP
K-75A/B*
C-9
10'
Drain Lines 2" to 4". Ideal for Floor Drains and Stacks.
Heavy-Duty open wind cable ideal for long runs in indoor lines.
K-50, K-60SP
K-75A/B*
C-10
15'
Drain Lines 2" to 4". Rooftop Vent Stacks.
Standard all-purpose open wind. Excellent flexibility.
K-60SP
K-1500A/B*
C-11
15'
Drain Lines 3" to 8". Good for all around work. Easily
negotiates 4" Traps.
Standard all-purpose open wind with 3/8" pitch. Flexible, yet rigid enough
to do fast, tough root cutting.
K-1500A/B/& SP
C-12
15'
Drain Lines 4" to 10". Do not use through 4" “P” Traps.
Extra-heavy-duty open wind with 3/8" pitch. Designed for
4" to 10" long runs.
K-1500A/B/& SP
K-1500A/B& SP
C-14
15'
Drain Lines 3" to 10". Do not use through 4" “P” Traps.
Heavy-duty open wind with / " pitch. Especially good For 4" cleanout
or 8" elbow entering in 4" to 10" line.
C-15
15'
Drain Lines 3" to 6". Ideal for 4" Traps.
Extra-flexible open wind with 1/2" pitch. Lighter than C-11, slightly stiffer.
1 2
K-1500A/B
*See Pages 12.29 & 12.31 for Proper Jawset.
12.42
Drop Head Auger
For cleaning back to back mounted
fixtures e.g., sinks where cable needs to
be led into down pipe.
Straight Auger
For use in exploring and breaking
up stoppages or returning sample to
surface to determine correct tool.
Funnel Auger
For use as second tool in line. Breaks
up remains of stoppage left by straight
auger.
Hook Auger
For heavy and dense root stoppages
in pipes that require hooking and
breaking up.
Retrieving Auger
For searching for cable which is broken
or lost in line.
Spade Cutter
For following up after augers have been
used and to open up floor drains.
Four Blade Saw Tooth Cutter
For blockages caused by hardened,
glazed material such as chemical
deposits.
Grease Cutter
For lines which have become badly
greased with detergents and have
to be opened.
Spiral Saw Tooth Cutter
For clearing any stoppage, roots, rags,
sticks, etc.
Saw Tooth Cutter
For cleaning lines blocked heavily with
roots. Unique design permits cutter to
be removed from damaged pipe without
locking.
Spiral Bar Cutter
For main sewers blocked by roots,
leaf debris, sticks, sawdust, cloth, and
sacking.
Sharktooth Cutter
For use in cleaning pipes of general
material clinging to pipe walls.
Grease “C” Cutter
For grease blockage in lines leading from
garbage disposal unit or waste pipe.
Expanding Finish Cutters
For final removal of material adhering to
walls and certain roots of fibrous nature.
Chain Knocker
For use when vigorous action is required
for cleaning of scale in pipes and boiler
tubes.
Flue Brush
For use for finish cleaning required of
boiler tubes and heat exchangers.
Always start with a straight auger to try and determine what you are
trying to clean. Then chose the correct cutter to clear the drain.
12.43
Alphabetical Index
Bending & Forming
KJ-3000 Water Jetter .................................... 12.40
Pipe Inspection & Locating
Conduit Benders ................................................. 8.4
Sewer Tape ...................................................... 12.5
Conduit Sizing Tool............................................. 8.5
Mini-SeeSnake Plus Video
Inspection System ............................................ 11.5
Toilet Augers .................................................... 12.4
Flaring Tools ....................................................... 8.6
Water Jetters ................................................. 12.36
Lever Benders..................................................... 8.2
Model S Tube Expander ..................................... 8.5
Ratchet Benders ................................................. 8.3
Ratchet Tube Wrenches ..................................... 8.7
Spring Type Benders .......................................... 8.4
Drilling & Tapping
Hole Cutting Tools .............................................. 6.2
Hole Saw Arbors ................................................ 6.4
Hole Saws .......................................................... 6.4
Tapping Tools ..................................................... 6.5
Swaging Tools .................................................... 8.5
General Purpose Hand Tools
Drain Cleaning
Auto-Spin Sink Machine .................................. 12.7
Grappler Hook .................................................. 12.4
Hand Spinners .................................................. 12.6
K-1000 Rodding Machine.............................. 12.34
K-1500G Sectional Machine ......................... 12.33
K-1500SP Sectional Machine ........................ 12.32
K-375R Drum Machine ................................... 12.22
K-380 Drum Machine ..................................... 12.12
K-3800 Drum Machine ................................... 12.14
K-39 Sink Machine ........................................... 12.8
K-40 Sink Machine ......................................... 12.10
K-50 Sectional Machine................................. 12.24
K-60 Sectional Machine................................. 12.26
K-60 Sectional Machine................................. 12.28
K-60 Sectional Machine................................. 12.30
K-6200 Drum Machine ................................... 12.16
K-750 Drum Machine ..................................... 12.18
K-750 Drum Machine ..................................... 12.20
K-750R Drum Machine ................................... 12.23
KJ-2200 Water Jetter .................................... 12.38
13.0
Anvils.................................................................. 7.3
Bench Vises ........................................................ 7.2
Monitors ........................................................... 11.3
NaviTrack II Locator.......................................... 11.8
NaviTrack Scout Locator .................................. 11.9
Reels................................................................. 11.3
SeekTech Utility Line Locating ....................... 11.12
SeeSnake Compact and FlatPack
Video Inspection System.................................. 11.6
SeeSnake Plus Video Inspection System.............11.4
Transmitters, NaviTrack ................................. 11.10
Transmitters, SeekTech .................................. 11.13
Bolt Cutter ........................................................ 7.12
Pipe Tube Cutting & Preparation
Cable Cutters.................................................... 7.11
Conduit Sizing Tool........................................... 3.18
Cable Trimmer .................................................. 7.12
Copper Cutting Prep Machines ........................ 3.12
Hammers ............................................................ 7.4
Inner-Outer Copper Cleaning Brush ................. 3.18
Knockout Sets .................................................. 7.10
Pipe Cutters ........................................................ 3.2
Levels ................................................................. 7.3
Plastic Pipe Cutters .......................................... 3.16
Pliers................................................................... 7.8
Power Pipe Cutters............................................. 3.8
Replacement Drill Guides / Twist Drills........... 7.15
Reamers, Deburring Tools ................................ 3.19
Electrical Tools ................................................. 7.16
Reamers, Extractors & Taps ............................... 3.7
Rulers ................................................................. 7.7
Saws................................................................. 3.10
Saws................................................................... 7.5
Soil Pipe Cutters................................................. 3.4
Screw Extractors .............................................. 7.14
Tubing Cutters .................................................. 3.13
Shovels ............................................................. 7.13
Pipe Vises & Supports
Snips................................................................... 7.9
Pipe Stands ........................................................ 2.4
Tape Measures................................................... 7.6
Pipe Vises ........................................................... 2.2
Thermometer .................................................... 7.18
Tool Boxes .......................................................... 7.6
Model 1215 Threading Machine...................... 4.23
Wrenches
Battery-Operated Press Tool ............................ 10.6
Model 1224 Threading Machine...................... 4.28
Adjustable Wrenches......................................... 1.7
Compact Battery-Operated Press To ................ 10.4
Model 1822-I Threading Machine ................... 4.25
Aluminum Pipe Wrenches.................................. 1.4
Compact Series Pressing Jaws........................ 10.5
Model 300 Compact Threading Machine ............4.24
Basin Wrenches ................................................. 1.7
Corded Press Tool............................................. 10.7
Model 535 Threading Machine........................ 4.20
Chain Tongs ........................................................ 1.6
PEX Crimp Tools ............................................. 10.10
Chain Wrenches ................................................. 1.5
Pressing Jaws & Rings .................................... 10.2
Model 535A Automatic
Threading Machine .......................................... 4.18
Pressing Rings .................................................. 10.9
Nipple Chucks / Adapters ................................ 4.33
Hex Wrenches .................................................... 1.6
Standard Series Pressing Jaws ............
Oiler .................................................................. 4.12
Internal Wrench ................................................. 1.7
Pipe Dies .......................................................... 4.11
One Stop Wrench ............................................... 1.8
Plastic Nut Basin Wrench .................................. 1.8
918 Hydraulic Roll Groover ................................ 5.6
Pipe Dies for 00-R, 11-R, 12-R, 0-R, 11-R
Ratchet Threaders or 30A, 31A 3-Way
Pipe Threaders ................................................... 4.7
918-I Roll Groover .............................................. 5.7
Pipe Dies for 4PJ Geared Pipe Threaders ...............4.8
Strap Wrenches ................................................. 1.5
920 Roll Groover................................................. 5.8
Pipe Dies for Machine Die Heads .................... 4.30
Wrench Parts...................................................... 1.9
960 Ratchet-Driven Roll Groover ....................... 5.4
Pipe Dies, Bolt Dies for Machine
Die Heads ......................................................... 4.31
Pressing
10.8
Roll Grooving
915 Manual Roll Groover ................................... 5.3
Power-Driven 916 Roll Groover.......................... 5.5
Threading
141 Geared Pipe Threaders.............................. 4.11
161 Geared Pipe Threaders.............................. 4.11
Spud Wrench...................................................... 1.6
Power Threading Machines ............................. 4.16
Power Threading Machines ............................. 4.26
Receding Geared Threaders............................. 4.10
Bolt Threaders .................................................... 4.7
Receding Threaders Pipe Dies for
65R-C & 65R-TC Ratchet Threaders................... 4.8
Cutting Oil ........................................................ 4.12
Thread Sealants ............................................... 4.11
Die Heads for Manual Threaders –
00-R, 12-R, 11-R & 00-RB................................... 4.5
Threader Selection ............................................. 4.2
Die Heads for Ratchet Threaders –
00-R, 12-R, 11-R ................................................. 4.6
Heavy-Duty Pipe Wrenches ............................... 1.2
Tube Repaing & Joining
Pipe Freezer ........................................................ 9.3
Geared Threader Accessories .......................... 4.10
Pipe Thawers...................................................... 9.4
Geared Threader Configurations ........................ 4.9
Pressure Test Pump ............................................ 9.2
Hand-Held Power Threaders ............................ 4.13
Soldering Gun..................................................... 9.2
Machine Stands ............................................... 4.19
Machine Stands ............................................... 4.21
Manual Ratchet Threaders ................................ 4.3
Manual Receding Threaders .............................. 4.8
Model 1210 Oil-less Threading Machine ............4.22
13.1
Model Number Index
Model
No.
Page
No.
1................................... 1.5
1................................. 7.14
1................................. 7.15
2................................... 1.5
2................................... 3.7
2................................. 7.14
2................................. 7.15
3................................... 3.7
3................................. 7.14
3................................. 7.15
4................................. 4.10
4................................. 4.12
4................................. 4.12
4................................. 7.14
4................................. 7.15
5................................... 1.5
5................................. 7.14
5................................. 7.15
6................................... 1.2
6................................. 7.14
6................................. 7.15
7................................. 7.14
7................................. 7.15
7................................... 8.5
8................................... 1.2
8................................. 7.14
8................................. 7.15
8................................... 8.5
10................................. 1.2
10................................. 1.3
10............................... 3.15
10............................... 7.14
12................................. 1.2
12................................. 7.3
12................................. 7.4
14................................. 1.2
14................................. 1.3
14................................. 1.4
15............................... 3.15
16................................. 7.4
17................................. 1.6
18................................. 1.2
18................................. 1.3
18................................. 1.4
20............................... 3.15
21................................. 2.3
22................................. 2.3
23................................. 2.3
24................................. 1.2
24................................. 1.3
24................................. 1.4
13.2
24................................. 7.4
25................................. 1.6
25................................. 2.3
25............................... 7.14
27................................. 2.3
30............................... 3.15
32............................... 4.17
32................................. 5.8
32................................. 7.4
36................................. 1.2
36............................... 7.15
39................................. 2.3
46................................. 2.5
48................................. 1.2
60................................. 1.2
72............................... 3.19
73............................... 3.19
74............................... 3.19
80................................. 3.7
81................................. 3.7
82................................. 3.7
83................................. 3.7
84................................. 3.7
85................................. 3.7
86................................. 3.7
87................................. 3.7
87............................... 7.12
89................................. 3.7
92................................. 2.5
101............................. 3.13
102............................. 3.16
103............................. 3.13
104............................. 3.13
106............................. 3.16
108............................. 3.16
109............................. 3.16
116............................... 7.4
117............................. 3.13
118............................. 3.13
120............................. 4.22
120............................... 7.4
122............................. 3.12
126............................. 3.18
127............................. 3.19
138............................. 3.16
141............................. 4.10
141............................. 4.26
150............................. 3.14
151............................. 3.15
152............................. 3.15
152............................... 6.4
153............................. 3.15
154............................. 3.15
156............................. 3.15
161............................. 4.10
170............................. 7.13
171............................. 7.13
172............................. 7.13
173............................. 7.13
174............................. 7.13
176............................. 7.13
177............................. 7.13
202............................... 3.3
205............................. 3.14
206............................... 3.5
206............................... 3.5
212............................... 7.5
216............................... 7.4
220............................... 7.4
226............................... 3.5
226............................... 3.5
227............................. 3.19
228............................... 3.5
241............................. 4.26
246............................... 3.5
246............................... 3.5
250............................. 4.24
250............................... 7.4
254............................... 3.7
258............................... 3.9
276............................... 3.5
303............................... 7.4
304............................. 4.17
310............................... 8.2
311............................. 4.17
312............................. 4.17
312............................... 8.2
341............................. 4.17
341............................. 4.19
341............................. 4.21
342............................... 1.7
344............................. 4.26
345............................... 8.6
346............................. 4.10
358............................... 8.3
360............................. 4.17
364............................. 4.26
368............................... 8.3
375............................... 8.6
377............................... 8.6
378............................... 8.3
395............................... 7.3
402............................. 4.12
403............................... 8.2
404............................... 8.2
405............................... 8.2
406............................... 8.2
408............................... 8.2
418............................. 4.12
418............................. 4.13
418............................. 4.14
418............................. 4.15
418............................. 4.17
419............................. 4.29
425............................... 2.2
425............................. 4.14
455............................... 8.6
456............................... 8.3
460............................... 2.2
460............................. 4.14
461............................... 2.3
462............................... 2.3
463............................... 2.3
464............................... 2.3
506............................... 8.3
508............................... 8.3
531............................. 4.19
531............................. 4.23
531............................. 4.24
531............................. 4.26
531............................. 4.27
532............................. 4.19
532............................. 4.24
532............................. 4.26
532............................. 4.27
535............................. 4.21
541............................. 4.29
542............................. 4.29
555............................. 4.27
560............................... 2.2
562............................... 8.5
563............................... 8.5
564............................... 8.5
565............................... 8.5
570............................... 8.5
575............................. 3.18
575............................... 8.5
600............................. 4.13
601............................. 4.13
606............................... 7.6
610............................. 4.22
614............................. 3.10
632............................... 7.6
640............................... 2.3
671............................... 7.6
690............................. 4.14
691............................. 4.14
700............................. 4.15
700............................. 4.15
707............................... 7.8
709............................... 7.8
710............................... 7.8
711............................. 4.29
713............................. 4.29
713............................... 7.8
714............................. 4.29
716............................... 7.8
724............................... 7.3
725............................. 4.29
744............................. 4.29
756............................... 1.7
758............................... 1.7
758............................. 4.10
760............................... 1.7
761............................... 7.8
762............................... 1.7
763............................... 7.8
764............................. 4.29
765............................... 1.7
766............................. 4.29
766............................... 7.8
767............................... 7.8
768............................... 1.7
768............................. 4.10
768............................. 4.21
770............................. 4.15
771............................. 4.15
772............................. 4.15
773............................. 4.15
774............................... 1.7
774............................. 4.15
775............................. 4.15
780............................... 7.9
781............................... 7.9
782............................... 7.9
783............................... 7.9
784............................... 7.9
785............................... 7.9
786............................... 7.9
787............................... 7.9
788............................... 7.9
789............................... 7.9
796............................... 7.9
797............................... 7.9
810............................... 1.4
812............................... 1.4
814............................... 1.4
816............................. 4.19
816............................. 4.21
816............................. 4.23
816............................. 4.24
816............................. 4.26
816............................. 4.27
817............................. 4.19
817............................. 4.21
817............................. 4.23
817............................. 4.24
817............................. 4.26
817............................. 4.27
818............................... 1.4
819............................. 4.17
819............................. 4.19
819............................. 4.21
819............................. 4.24
819............................. 4.26
819............................. 4.26
819............................. 4.29
819............................. 4.33
819............................. 4.33
820............................. 4.19
820............................. 4.21
821............................. 4.21
821............................. 4.26
822............................. 4.26
824............................... 1.4
836............................... 1.4
839............................. 4.19
839............................. 4.26
839............................. 4.33
842............................. 4.19
842............................. 4.26
842............................. 4.27
844............................. 4.10
844............................. 4.21
848............................... 1.4
856............................. 4.27
880............................... 3.7
881............................... 3.7
882............................... 3.7
883............................... 3.7
902............................... 3.5
904............................... 3.5
911............................. 4.29
911............................... 5.6
912............................... 5.6
Model
No.
Page
No.
913............................. 4.29
914............................. 4.29
914............................... 5.6
915............................... 5.3
915............................... 5.6
916............................... 5.5
918............................... 5.6
920............................... 5.8
921............................. 7.15
960............................... 5.4
965............................... 2.5
1010............................. 1.7
1017............................. 1.7
1019............................. 1.7
1021........................... 7.15
1121........................... 7.15
1203........................... 4.23
1205............................. 7.5
1206........................... 3.12
1206........................... 4.17
1206........................... 4.17
1210........................... 4.22
1215........................... 4.23
1219........................... 4.23
1219........................... 4.33
1221........................... 7.15
1224........................... 4.28
1321........................... 7.15
1380........................... 7.11
1406........................... 4.26
1421........................... 7.15
1450............................. 9.2
1452........................... 4.17
1460........................... 4.26
1462........................... 4.26
1493........................... 3.16
1521........................... 7.15
1602............................. 7.7
1619............................. 7.7
1620............................. 7.7
1621........................... 7.15
1721........................... 7.15
1821........................... 7.15
1974............................. 7.8
2001............................. 1.8
2002............................. 1.8
2191........................... 3.12
3215............................. 1.6
3229............................. 1.6
3231............................. 1.6
3233............................. 1.6
3235............................. 1.6
3237............................. 1.6
4100........................... 3.18
4135........................... 4.21
00-R ............................. 4.3
00-R (BSPT).................. 4.6
00-R (NPSM)................ 4.5
00-R (NPT) ................... 4.5
00-RB ........................... 4.3
00-RB (UNC) ................ 4.5
00-RB (UNF) ................. 4.5
100A .......................... 4.19
100A .......................... 4.21
100A .......................... 4.24
100A .......................... 4.26
100A .......................... 4.28
100-B ......................... 10.4
1024-A ......................... 7.5
109-P ......................... 3.16
111-R ........................... 4.3
111-R ........................... 4.4
11-R ............................. 4.3
11-R ............................. 4.4
11-R (BSPP).................. 4.6
11-R (NPSM)................ 4.5
11-R (NPT) ................... 4.5
1205-1 ......................... 7.5
1205-2 ......................... 7.5
1218-A ......................... 7.5
1218-A ......................... 7.5
1218-BM...................... 7.5
1224-A ......................... 7.5
1224-BM...................... 7.5
122SS ........................ 3.17
122XL......................... 3.12
1232-A ......................... 7.5
1232-BM...................... 7.5
12-BP ......................... 12.9
12R .............................. 4.4
12R .............................. 4.4
12-R ............................. 4.3
12-R ............................. 4.4
12-R (BSPP).................. 4.6
12-R (BSPT).................. 4.6
12-R (NPSM)................ 4.5
12R (NPT)..................... 4.5
12-R (NPT) ................... 4.5
150A .......................... 4.19
150A .......................... 4.21
150A .......................... 4.24
150A .......................... 4.26
150A .......................... 4.28
150-L.......................... 3.14
150-LS ....................... 3.14
151-P ......................... 3.15
152-P ......................... 3.15
153-P ......................... 3.15
154-P ......................... 3.15
156-P ......................... 3.15
15-SI .......................... 3.15
1619F ........................... 7.7
170FG ........................ 7.13
171FG ........................ 7.13
1822-I ........................ 4.25
1-A .............................. 3.2
200A .......................... 4.19
200A .......................... 4.21
200A .......................... 4.24
200A .......................... 4.26
200A .......................... 4.28
258PS .......................... 3.9
258XL........................... 3.9
2-A ............................... 3.2
2-A ............................... 3.2
2P................................. 1.5
2-S ............................... 3.7
300 Compact ............. 4.24
300 Compact Kit ...........4.24
300 Complete ............ 4.16
300 Only .................... 4.16
300A Complete.......... 4.16
301A .......................... 3.12
310M ........................... 8.2
312M ........................... 8.2
314M ........................... 8.2
315M ........................... 8.2
316M ........................... 8.2
318M ........................... 8.2
31-A BSPT ................... 4.3
31-A NPSM ................. 4.3
31-A NPT ..................... 4.3
320-E ......................... 10.6
345/150 ....................... 8.6
345-DL ......................... 8.6
345DL/150 ................... 8.6
345M ........................... 8.6
345M/150.................... 8.6
3-S ............................... 3.2
406M ........................... 8.2
408M ........................... 8.2
40-A ............................. 2.2
410M ........................... 8.2
412M ........................... 8.2
424-CI .......................... 3.3
424-S ........................... 3.3
42-A ............................. 3.3
44-S ............................. 3.3
454-W.......................... 8.6
458MM........................ 8.6
458R ........................... 8.6
460E............................. 2.2
466-CI .......................... 3.3
466-HWS
Steel Pipe .................... 3.3
466-S ........................... 3.3
468-CI .......................... 3.3
468-HWS
Steel Pipe .................... 3.3
468-S* ......................... 3.3
472-CI .......................... 3.3
472-HWS
Steel Pipe .................... 3.3
472-S ........................... 3.3
4-S ............................... 3.2
4U .............................. 4.19
4U .............................. 4.27
500A .......................... 4.27
535A .......................... 4.19
5P................................. 1.5
63E............................... 3.9
65R-C ........................... 4.8
65R-TC ......................... 4.8
6-S ............................... 3.2
6U .............................. 4.19
6U .............................. 4.27
72-BP ......................... 12.9
72-BP ......................... 12.9
80E............................. 7.17
811A .......................... 4.17
811A .......................... 4.19
811A .......................... 4.24
811A .......................... 4.26
811A .......................... 4.27
815A .......................... 4.17
815A .......................... 4.19
815A .......................... 4.24
815A .......................... 4.26
815A .......................... 4.27
81E............................. 7.17
83E............................... 3.7
83E............................. 7.17
840A .......................... 4.10
840A .......................... 4.29
84E............................... 3.7
84E............................. 7.17
85E............................... 3.7
85E............................. 7.17
86E............................... 3.7
86E............................. 7.17
87E............................... 3.7
88E............................. 7.17
89E............................... 3.7
89E............................. 7.17
8R111S ...................... 7.10
90E............................. 7.17
918-1 ........................... 5.6
918-2 ........................... 5.6
918-4 ........................... 5.6
918-5 ........................... 5.6
918-I ............................ 5.7
918-I ............................ 5.7
96E............................. 7.17
A-1 ........................... 12.25
A-1 ........................... 12.27
A-1 ........................... 12.29
A-1 ........................... 12.31
A-1 ........................... 12.35
A-10 ......................... 12.25
A-10 ......................... 12.27
A-10 ......................... 12.29
A-12 ......................... 12.13
A-12 ......................... 12.15
A-12 ......................... 12.27
A-12 ......................... 12.29
A-12 ......................... 12.31
A-12 ......................... 12.35
A-13 ......................... 12.13
A-13 ......................... 12.15
A-13 ......................... 12.22
A-13 ......................... 12.25
A-13 ......................... 12.27
A-13 ......................... 12.29
A-14-10.................... 12.25
A-14-6...................... 12.25
A-17 ......................... 12.31
A-17-A ..................... 12.25
A-17-B ..................... 12.25
A-17-C ..................... 12.25
A-17-D ..................... 12.25
A-17-E...................... 12.25
A-18 ......................... 12.25
A-2 ........................... 12.25
A-2 ........................... 12.27
A-2 ........................... 12.29
A-2 ........................... 12.31
A-2 ........................... 12.35
A-20 ......................... 12.31
A-2474 ..................... 12.35
A-2475 ..................... 12.35
A-2476 ..................... 12.35
A-2704 ..................... 12.35
A-3 ........................... 12.19
A-3 ........................... 12.21
A-3 ........................... 12.23
A-3 ........................... 12.27
A-3 ........................... 12.29
A-3 ........................... 12.31
A-3 ........................... 12.35
A-30 ......................... 12.25
A-30TW ................... 12.25
A-3179 ..................... 12.25
A-34-10.................... 12.29
A-34-10.................... 12.31
A-34-12.................... 12.29
A-34-12.................... 12.31
A-34-16.................... 12.31
A-34-8...................... 12.29
A-35 ......................... 12.27
A-35 ......................... 12.29
A-35TW ................... 12.27
A-35TW ................... 12.29
A-36 ......................... 12.27
A-36 ......................... 12.29
A-368X..................... 12.29
A-368X..................... 12.31
A-369X..................... 12.31
A-375 ....................... 12.22
A-376X..................... 12.29
A-376X..................... 12.29
A-380 ....................... 12.15
A3800 PF ................. 12.15
A-381 ....................... 12.15
A-381-A ................... 12.15
A-39/40PF................ 12.11
A-39AF....................... 12.9
A-4 ........................... 12.31
A-40 ......................... 12.25
A-40B....................... 12.11
A-40G ...................... 12.11
A-40GPF................... 12.11
A-5 ........................... 12.27
A-60-12.................... 12.27
A-60-16.................... 12.27
A-61 ......................... 12.27
A-61 ......................... 12.29
A-61 ......................... 12.31
13.3
Model Number Index
Model
No.
Page
No.
A-62 ......................... 12.27
A-62 ......................... 12.29
A-62 ......................... 12.31
A-6582 ..................... 12.19
A-6582 ..................... 12.21
A-6583 ..................... 12.19
A-6583 ..................... 12.21
A-75 ......................... 12.19
A-75 ......................... 12.23
A-7534 ..................... 12.19
A-7534D .................. 12.21
A-7558 ..................... 12.19
A-7558D .................. 12.21
A-7570 ..................... 12.19
A-7570 ..................... 12.21
A-7571 ..................... 12.19
A-7571 ..................... 12.21
A-75DR .................... 12.21
A-75PF ..................... 12.21
A-8 ........................... 12.27
A-8 ........................... 12.29
A-8 ........................... 12.31
A-9 ........................... 12.31
AC-1586....................... 3.6
AR99 ............................ 2.5
Auto-Spin .................. 12.7
B-1677 ......................... 8.4
B-1678 ......................... 8.4
B-1679 ......................... 8.4
B-1709 ......................... 8.4
B-1711 ......................... 8.4
B-1712 ......................... 8.4
B-171-X...................... 4.15
B-3542 ..................... 12.35
B-6840 ..................... 12.19
B-6840 ..................... 12.21
B-6841 ..................... 12.19
B-6841 ..................... 12.21
BC-12 ......................... 12.9
BC210 .......................... 2.2
BC210P ........................ 2.2
BC2A............................ 2.2
BC410 .......................... 2.2
BC410P ........................ 2.2
BC4A............................ 2.2
BC510 .......................... 2.2
BC610 .......................... 2.2
BC810 .......................... 2.2
BC-98 ......................... 12.9
BK-100S..................... 3.16
BK-125S..................... 3.16
13.4
BTH-9........................... 2.4
C-1 ........................... 12.11
C-1 ........................... 12.25
C-1 ............................. 12.9
C-10 ......................... 12.27
C-10 ......................... 12.29
C-10 ......................... 12.31
C-100 ....................... 12.19
C-100 ....................... 12.21
C-100HC .................. 12.19
C-100HC .................. 12.21
C-11 ......................... 12.31
C-12 ............................. 1.5
C-12 ......................... 12.31
C-13IC ...................... 12.11
C-13IC ...................... 12.15
C-13IC ........................ 12.9
C-13ICSB ................. 12.11
C-14 ............................. 1.5
C-14 ......................... 12.31
C-15 ......................... 12.31
C-18 ............................. 1.5
C-1IC ........................ 12.11
C-1IC ........................ 12.15
C-1IC ........................ 12.25
C-1IC .......................... 12.9
C-2 ........................... 12.11
C-2 ........................... 12.25
C-2 ............................. 12.9
C-21 ......................... 12.11
C-21 ......................... 12.25
C-21 ........................... 12.9
C-21IW .................... 12.17
C-22 ......................... 12.11
C-22 ......................... 12.25
C-22 ........................... 12.9
C-23IC ...................... 12.11
C-23IC ...................... 12.15
C-23IC ........................ 12.9
C-24 ............................. 1.5
C-24 ......................... 12.17
C-24 ......................... 12.19
C-24 ......................... 12.21
C-24HC .................... 12.17
C-24HC .................... 12.19
C-24HC .................... 12.21
C-24IW .................... 12.17
C-24IW .................... 12.23
C-25 ......................... 12.17
C-25 ......................... 12.19
C-25 ......................... 12.21
C-25IW .................... 12.17
C-26 ......................... 12.17
C-26 ......................... 12.19
C-26 ......................... 12.21
C-26IW .................... 12.17
C-27 ......................... 12.17
C-27 ......................... 12.19
C-27 ......................... 12.21
C-27HC .................... 12.17
C-27HC .................... 12.19
C-27HC .................... 12.21
C-28 ......................... 12.19
C-28 ......................... 12.21
C-29 ......................... 12.19
C-29 ......................... 12.21
C2IC ......................... 12.11
C2IC ......................... 12.15
C2IC ......................... 12.25
C2IC ........................... 12.9
C-31 ......................... 12.15
C-31IW .................... 12.13
C-31IW .................... 12.15
C-32 ......................... 12.15
C-32IW .................... 12.13
C-32IW .................... 12.15
C-33 ......................... 12.15
C-33IW .................... 12.13
C-33IW .................... 12.15
C-36 ............................. 1.5
C-4 ........................... 12.11
C-4 ........................... 12.25
C-4 ............................. 12.9
C-44 ......................... 12.15
C-44IW .................... 12.13
C-44IW .................... 12.15
C-44IW .................... 12.22
C-45 ......................... 12.15
C-45HC .................... 12.15
C-45IW .................... 12.13
C-45IW .................... 12.15
C-46 ......................... 12.15
C-5 ........................... 12.11
C-5 ........................... 12.25
C-5 ............................. 12.9
C-6 ........................... 12.11
C-6 ........................... 12.25
C-6 ............................. 12.9
C-6429 ....................... 12.9
C-6IC ........................ 12.11
C-6IC ........................ 12.25
C-6IC .......................... 12.9
C-7 ........................... 12.25
C-7 ........................... 12.27
C-7 ........................... 12.29
C-75 ......................... 12.19
C-75 ......................... 12.21
C-75HC .................... 12.19
C-75HC .................... 12.21
C-8 ........................... 12.25
C-8 ........................... 12.27
C-8 ........................... 12.29
C-9 ........................... 12.25
C-9 ........................... 12.27
C-9 ........................... 12.29
CJ-99 ........................... 2.4
CM1450 ..................... 3.11
CT400 ........................ 10.7
CT400 ........................ 10.7
CT400 ........................ 10.7
CT400 ........................ 10.7
CT400 ........................ 10.7
D-1375 ......................... 8.4
D-1376 ......................... 8.4
D-1377 ......................... 8.4
D-1378 ......................... 8.4
D-1379 ......................... 8.4
D-1380 ......................... 8.4
D-1381 ......................... 8.4
D-1382 ......................... 8.4
D-1415 ....................... 3.18
D-1440 ....................... 4.10
D-1545 ....................... 3.18
D-380-X ..................... 4.33
D471 .......................... 4.26
E-10 ............................. 1.2
E-10279 ..................... 3.17
E-1032 ......................... 3.6
E-1032S ....................... 3.6
E-1050 ....................... 4.26
E-109 ........................... 3.6
E-110 ........................... 1.6
E-12 ............................. 1.2
E-1240 ....................... 3.17
E-14 ............................. 1.2
E1525......................... 3.17
E-1740 ....................... 3.17
E-18 ............................. 1.2
E-1962 ......................... 3.6
E-2155 ....................... 3.17
E-2156 ....................... 3.17
E-2157 ....................... 3.17
E-2191 ....................... 3.17
E-2267 ......................... 3.6
E-24 ............................. 1.2
E-2558 ....................... 3.17
E-258 ........................... 3.9
E258T........................... 3.9
E-2632 ......................... 3.6
E-2724 ....................... 12.5
E-2725 ....................... 12.5
E-2726 ....................... 12.5
E-2727 ....................... 12.5
E-2729 ....................... 12.5
E-2731 ....................... 12.5
E-2737 ....................... 12.5
E-2739 ....................... 12.5
E-2741 ....................... 12.5
E-2743 ....................... 12.5
E-2880 ....................... 3.17
E-2990 ....................... 3.17
E-3186 ......................... 3.6
E-3469 ....................... 3.17
E-3495 ....................... 3.17
E-36 ............................. 1.2
E-37 ............................. 8.6
E3986........................... 6.4
E-4266 ......................... 3.6
E-45 ............................. 8.6
E-453 ....................... 12.19
E-4546 ....................... 3.17
E-46 ............................. 8.6
E-4695 ....................... 7.12
E-47 ............................. 8.6
E-5112 ......................... 3.7
E-5113 ......................... 3.7
E-5114 ......................... 3.7
E-5115 ......................... 3.7
E-5116 ......................... 3.7
E-5117 ......................... 3.7
E-5118 ......................... 3.7
E-5119 ......................... 3.7
E-5120 ......................... 3.7
E-52 ............................. 8.6
E-5272 ....................... 3.17
E-5299 ....................... 3.17
E-5715 ....................... 3.18
E-5720 ....................... 3.18
E-5721 ....................... 3.18
E-5722 ....................... 3.18
E-5723 ....................... 3.18
E-5724 ....................... 3.18
E-5725 ....................... 3.18
E-5726 ....................... 3.18
E-5727 ....................... 3.18
E-5728 ....................... 3.18
E-5732 ......................... 8.4
E-5734 ......................... 8.4
E-5761 ....................... 7.12
E-5762 ....................... 7.12
E-5763 ....................... 7.12
E-5766 ....................... 7.12
E-5769 ....................... 7.12
E-5773 ....................... 7.12
E-5777 ....................... 7.12
E-5781 ....................... 7.12
E-5788 ....................... 7.12
E-6 ............................... 1.2
E-61 ............................. 8.6
E-6128 ....................... 3.18
E6212-X ..................... 3.18
E-63 ............................. 8.6
E-64 ............................. 8.6
E-702 ......................... 3.17
E-729 ......................... 4.33
E-730 ......................... 4.33
E-730-B ...................... 4.33
E-731 ......................... 4.33
E-731-B ...................... 4.33
E-732 ......................... 4.33
E-732-B ...................... 4.33
E-733 ......................... 4.33
E-733-B ...................... 4.33
E-734 ......................... 4.33
E-734-B ...................... 4.33
E-735 ......................... 4.33
E-735-B ...................... 4.33
E-736 ......................... 4.33
E-736-B ...................... 4.33
E-8 ............................... 1.2
E-863 ......................... 4.17
E-863 ......................... 4.26
E-910 ........................... 1.5
E-914 ........................... 1.5
E-918 ........................... 1.5
E-924 ........................... 1.5
F-119............................ 3.6
F-158.......................... 3.17
F-229............................ 3.6
F-229S ......................... 3.6
F-3................................ 3.6
F-366............................ 3.6
F-367............................ 3.6
F-367-S ........................ 3.6
F-383............................ 3.6
Model
No.
Page
No.
F-3S ............................. 3.6
F-45.............................. 7.2
F-45.............................. 7.2
F-45.............................. 7.2
F-45 ............................. 7.2
F-50.............................. 7.2
F-50.............................. 7.2
F-50.............................. 7.2
F-50.............................. 7.2
F-514............................ 3.6
F-515............................ 3.6
F-546............................ 3.6
F-60.............................. 7.2
F-60.............................. 7.2
FV-1 ......................... 12.39
FV-1 ......................... 12.41
H-10 ......................... 12.37
H-10 WH.................. 12.37
H-10A ...................... 12.37
H-1200 ..................... 12.37
H-1200 ..................... 12.39
H-1211 ..................... 12.37
H-1211 ..................... 12.39
H-1215 ..................... 12.37
H-1215 ..................... 12.39
H-1220 ..................... 12.37
H-1220 ..................... 12.39
H-1235 ..................... 12.37
H-1235 ..................... 12.39
H-1250 ..................... 12.37
H-1250 ..................... 12.39
H-1275 ..................... 12.37
H-1275 ..................... 12.39
H-1400 ..................... 12.37
H-1400 ..................... 12.39
H-1400 ..................... 12.41
H-1415 ..................... 12.37
H-1415 ..................... 12.39
H-1415 ..................... 12.41
H-1425 ..................... 12.37
H-1425 ..................... 12.39
H-1425 ..................... 12.41
H-1435 ..................... 12.37
H-1435 ..................... 12.39
H-1435 ..................... 12.41
H-1450 ..................... 12.37
H-1450 ..................... 12.39
H-1450 ..................... 12.41
H-1475 ..................... 12.37
H-1475 ..................... 12.39
H-1475 ..................... 12.41
H-18 ........................... 7.10
H-1825 ..................... 12.37
H-1850 ..................... 12.37
H-21 ......................... 12.37
H-21 ......................... 12.39
H-21 ......................... 12.41
H-22 ......................... 12.37
H-24 ......................... 12.37
H-25 ......................... 12.37
H-25 ......................... 12.37
H-25 ......................... 12.39
H-25 ......................... 12.41
H-30 ......................... 12.37
H-30 ......................... 12.39
H-30 WH.................. 12.37
H-30 WH.................. 12.39
H-30A ...................... 12.37
H-31 ......................... 12.37
H-32 ......................... 12.37
H-32 ......................... 12.39
H-32 ......................... 12.41
H-38 ......................... 12.41
H-38 WH.................. 12.41
H-3810 ..................... 12.41
H-3815 ..................... 12.41
H-3820 ..................... 12.41
H-3825 ..................... 12.41
H-3830 ..................... 12.41
H-3835 ..................... 12.41
H-3850 ..................... 12.41
H-41 ......................... 12.37
H-42 ......................... 12.37
H-44 ......................... 12.37
H-45 ......................... 12.37
H-45 ......................... 12.37
H-5 ........................... 12.37
H-5 ........................... 12.39
H-5 ........................... 12.41
H-51 ......................... 12.37
H-52 ......................... 12.37
H-61 ......................... 12.39
H-62 ......................... 12.39
H-64 ......................... 12.39
H-65 ......................... 12.37
H-65 ......................... 12.39
H-71 ......................... 12.39
H-72 ......................... 12.39
H-75 ......................... 12.37
H-75 ......................... 12.39
H-81 ......................... 12.41
H-82 ......................... 12.41
H-84 ......................... 12.41
H-85 ......................... 12.37
H-85 ......................... 12.41
H-91 ......................... 12.41
H-92 ......................... 12.41
H-95 ......................... 12.37
H-95 ......................... 12.41
HC-300......................... 6.2
HC-300-J ..................... 6.2
HC-450......................... 6.3
HC-450-J ..................... 6.3
HF-18 ......................... 7.10
HF-4 ......................... 12.39
HF-4 ......................... 12.41
HKO-1810 .................. 7.10
HKO-186 .................... 7.10
HL-1 ......................... 12.37
HL-1 ......................... 12.39
HL-2 ......................... 12.37
HL-2 ......................... 12.39
HP-22 ....................... 12.39
HP-EL ....................... 12.37
HW-22 ..................... 12.39
HW-30 ..................... 12.41
HW-EL ..................... 12.37
IR-100 ........................ 7.18
K-10 ......................... 12.35
K-1000 ..................... 12.34
K-1500A................... 12.30
K-1500B ................... 12.30
K-1500G................... 12.33
K-1500G w/C-14...........12.33
K-1500SP ................. 12.32
K-1500SPA .............. 12.32
K-25-BP...................... 12.6
K-25-DH ..................... 12.6
K-26 ........................... 12.6
K-3 ............................. 12.4
K-3 DH ....................... 12.4
K-375R ..................... 12.22
K-380 w/C 45 IW............12.12
K-380 w/C-31 IW ...........12.12
K-380 w/C-44 IW ...........12.12
K-3800 ..................... 12.14
K-3800 w/C-31 ........ 12.14
K-3800 w/C-32 ........ 12.14
K-3800 w/C-45 ........ 12.14
K-3800 w/C-46 ........ 12.14
K-380E
w/C-32IW ................ 12.12
K-380PF CT
w/C-32 IW .............. 12.12
K-380PF CT
w/C-45 IW ............... 12.12
K-380
w/C-32 IW ............... 12.12
K-39 ........................... 12.8
K-39-1 ........................ 12.8
K-39-5 ........................ 12.8
K-39-7 ........................ 12.8
K-39AF ....................... 12.8
K-39AF-1.................... 12.8
K-39AF-5.................... 12.8
K-39AF-7.................... 12.8
K-39B ......................... 12.8
K-39B-1...................... 12.8
K-40 ........................ 12.10
K-40B ....................... 12.10
K-40GPF ................... 12.10
K-5 ............................. 12.4
K-50 ......................... 12.24
K-50-4 ...................... 12.24
K-50-6 ...................... 12.24
K-50-8 ...................... 12.24
K-50-9 ...................... 12.24
K-6 ............................. 12.4
K-6 DH ....................... 12.4
K-60SP ..................... 12.26
K-60SP-SE ............... 12.26
K-6200 ..................... 12.16
K-6200 w/C-24 ........ 12.16
K-6200
w/C-24 IW ............... 12.16
K-750 ....................... 12.18
K-750 w/C-100 ........ 12.18
K-750 w/C-24 .......... 12.18
K-750 w/C-27 .......... 12.18
K-750 w/C-75 .......... 12.18
K-7500 ..................... 12.20
K-7500 w/C-100 ...........12.20
K-7500
w/C-100HC .............. 12.20
K-7500 w/C-24 ........ 12.20
K-7500 w/C-75 ........ 12.20
K-7500
wC-100HC ............... 12.20
K-750R ..................... 12.23
K-75A....................... 12.28
K-75A-SE ................. 12.28
K-75B ....................... 12.28
K-75B-SE ................. 12.28
KJ-1350 ................... 12.37
KJ-1350-2 ................ 12.37
KJ-1350-2C.............. 12.37
KJ-1350-C................ 12.37
KJ-1750 ................... 12.37
KJ-1750-C................ 12.37
KJ-1750-E ................ 12.37
KJ-1750-E SC .......... 12.37
KJ-1750-SC ............. 12.37
KJ-2200 ................... 12.39
KJ-2200-C................ 12.39
KJ-3000 ................... 12.41
KJ-3000-E ................ 12.41
KOPD-254 .................. 7.11
KOPD-52 .................... 7.11
KT-190 ......................... 9.4
KT-200 ......................... 9.4
M102 ........................... 6.4
M105 ........................... 6.4
M108 ........................... 6.4
M110 ........................... 6.4
M114 ........................... 6.4
M121 ........................... 6.4
M127 ........................... 6.4
M14 ............................. 6.4
M140 ........................... 6.4
M16 ............................. 6.4
M16 ............................. 6.5
M16 ............................. 6.6
M17 ............................. 6.4
M19 ............................. 6.4
M22 ............................. 6.4
M24 ............................. 6.4
M24 ............................. 6.5
M24 ............................. 6.6
M25 ............................. 6.4
M27 ............................. 6.4
M28 ............................. 6.4
M29 ............................. 6.4
M29 ............................. 6.6
M30 ............................. 6.4
M32 ............................. 6.4
M33 ............................. 6.4
M35 ............................. 6.4
M35 ............................. 6.6
M37 ............................. 6.4
M38 ............................. 6.4
M40 ............................. 6.4
M41 ............................. 6.4
M43 ............................. 6.4
M44 ............................. 6.4
M44 ............................. 6.6
M46 ............................. 6.4
M48 ............................. 6.4
M-50 .......................... 3.17
M51 ............................. 6.4
M52 ............................. 6.4
M54 ............................. 6.4
M57 ............................. 6.4
M59 ............................. 6.4
M60 ............................. 6.4
M64 ............................. 6.4
M65 ............................. 6.4
M67 ............................. 6.4
M70 ............................. 6.4
M73 ............................. 6.4
M76 ............................. 6.4
M79 ............................. 6.4
M83 ............................. 6.4
M86 ............................. 6.4
M89 ............................. 6.4
M92 ............................. 6.4
M95 ............................. 6.4
M98 ............................. 6.4
MJ-1 .......................... 4.21
R0 ................................ 6.4
R1 ................................ 6.4
R-1 ........................... 12.35
R10 .............................. 8.7
R11 .............................. 8.7
R12 .............................. 8.7
R13 .............................. 8.7
R14 .............................. 8.7
R15 .............................. 8.7
R16 .............................. 8.7
R2 ................................ 6.4
R2 .............................. 10.2
R2 .............................. 10.9
R-2 ........................... 12.35
R2S .............................. 6.2
R3 ................................ 6.4
R4 ................................ 6.3
R5 ................................ 8.7
R6 ................................ 8.7
R7 ................................ 8.7
R-7 ........................... 12.35
R735BB ..................... 7.10
R737BB ...................... 7.10
R739BB ...................... 7.10
R8 ................................ 8.7
R-8 ........................... 12.35
R9 ................................ 8.7
RJ624 .......................... 5.8
RJ-624 ......................... 2.5
RJ-98 ........................... 2.4
13.5
Model Number Index
Model
No.
Page
No.
RJ-99 ........................... 2.4
R-O........................... 12.35
RR3000 .................... 12.41
RT-100 ......................... 9.2
RT1000 ........................ 6.5
RT-175 ......................... 9.2
RT3422 ........................ 6.6
S .................................. 8.5
S-1 ........................... 12.11
S-1 ............................. 12.9
S14 ............................ 7.12
S18 ............................ 7.12
S-2 ............................... 1.3
S-2 ........................... 12.11
S-2 ........................... 12.15
S-2 ............................. 12.9
S24 ............................ 7.12
S-3 ........................... 12.11
S-3 ........................... 12.15
S-3 ............................. 12.9
S30 ............................ 7.12
S36 ............................ 7.12
S42 ............................ 7.12
S-4A............................. 1.3
S-6A............................. 1.3
S-8A............................. 1.3
SF-2500 ....................... 9.3
T-1............................ 12.31
T-10.......................... 12.31
T-101........................ 12.15
T-101........................ 12.27
T-101........................ 12.29
T-102........................ 12.15
T-102........................ 12.27
T-102........................ 12.29
T-103........................ 12.27
T-103........................ 12.29
T-104........................ 12.15
T-104........................ 12.27
T-104........................ 12.29
T-105........................ 12.15
T-105........................ 12.27
T-105........................ 12.29
T-106........................ 12.15
T-106........................ 12.27
T-106........................ 12.29
T-107........................ 12.15
T-107........................ 12.27
T-107........................ 12.29
T-109........................ 12.27
T-109........................ 12.29
13.6
T-11.......................... 12.31
T-110........................ 12.27
T-110........................ 12.29
T-111........................ 12.27
T-111........................ 12.29
T-112........................ 12.15
T-112........................ 12.27
T-112........................ 12.29
T-113........................ 12.15
T-113........................ 12.27
T-113........................ 12.29
T-114........................ 12.15
T-114........................ 12.27
T-114........................ 12.29
T-12.......................... 12.31
T-121........................ 12.15
T-122........................ 12.15
T-125........................ 12.27
T-125........................ 12.29
T-127........................ 12.27
T-127........................ 12.29
T-13.......................... 12.31
T-14.......................... 12.31
T-141........................ 12.15
T-142........................ 12.15
T-150........................ 12.27
T-150........................ 12.29
T-150-1 .................... 12.27
T-150-1 .................... 12.29
T-150-2 .................... 12.27
T-150-2 .................... 12.29
T-15A ....................... 12.31
T-15B ....................... 12.31
T-16.......................... 12.31
T-16.......................... 12.35
T-17.......................... 12.31
T-17.......................... 12.35
T-18.......................... 12.31
T-18.......................... 12.35
T-2............................ 12.31
T-2............................ 12.35
T-201........................ 12.11
T-201........................ 12.13
T-201........................ 12.15
T-201........................ 12.25
T-201.......................... 12.9
T-201A ..................... 12.11
T-201A ..................... 12.25
T-201A ....................... 12.9
T-202........................ 12.11
T-202........................ 12.13
T-202........................ 12.15
T-202........................ 12.22
T-202........................ 12.25
T-202.......................... 12.9
T-203........................ 12.11
T-203........................ 12.13
T-203........................ 12.15
T-203........................ 12.25
T-203.......................... 12.9
T-204........................ 12.11
T-204........................ 12.15
T-204........................ 12.25
T-204.......................... 12.9
T-205........................ 12.11
T-205........................ 12.13
T-205........................ 12.15
T-205........................ 12.22
T-205........................ 12.25
T-205.......................... 12.9
T-206........................ 12.11
T-206........................ 12.13
T-206........................ 12.15
T-206........................ 12.25
T-206.......................... 12.9
T-207........................ 12.13
T-207........................ 12.15
T-207........................ 12.25
T-208........................ 12.13
T-208........................ 12.15
T-208........................ 12.25
T-209........................ 12.13
T-209........................ 12.15
T-209........................ 12.25
T-21.......................... 12.31
T-210........................ 12.11
T-210........................ 12.13
T-210........................ 12.15
T-210........................ 12.25
T-210.......................... 12.9
T-211........................ 12.11
T-211........................ 12.13
T-211........................ 12.15
T-211........................ 12.22
T-211........................ 12.25
T-211.......................... 12.9
T-212........................ 12.11
T-212........................ 12.13
T-212........................ 12.15
T-212........................ 12.25
T-212.......................... 12.9
T-213........................ 12.11
T-213........................ 12.13
T-213........................ 12.15
T-213........................ 12.25
T-213.......................... 12.9
T-214........................ 12.11
T-214........................ 12.13
T-214........................ 12.15
T-214........................ 12.25
T-214.......................... 12.9
T-215........................ 12.11
T-215........................ 12.13
T-215........................ 12.15
T-215........................ 12.25
T-215.......................... 12.9
T-216........................ 12.13
T-216........................ 12.15
T-216........................ 12.25
T-217........................ 12.11
T-217........................ 12.13
T-217........................ 12.15
T-217........................ 12.25
T-217.......................... 12.9
T-218........................ 12.25
T-219........................ 12.25
T-22.......................... 12.31
T-220........................ 12.25
T-221........................ 12.25
T-225........................ 12.11
T-225........................ 12.25
T-225.......................... 12.9
T-23.......................... 12.31
T-23.......................... 12.35
T-230........................ 12.11
T-230........................ 12.25
T-230.......................... 12.9
T-231........................ 12.11
T-231........................ 12.25
T-231.......................... 12.9
T-232........................ 12.11
T-232........................ 12.25
T-232.......................... 12.9
T-24.......................... 12.31
T-24.......................... 12.35
T-240........................ 12.13
T-240........................ 12.15
T-240........................ 12.25
T-25.......................... 12.31
T-25.......................... 12.35
T-250........................ 12.11
T-250........................ 12.25
T-250.......................... 12.9
T-26.......................... 12.31
T-26.......................... 12.35
T-260........................ 12.13
T-260........................ 12.15
T-26A ....................... 12.31
T-26A ....................... 12.35
T-27.......................... 12.31
T-270........................ 12.15
T-3............................ 12.31
T-300........................ 12.35
T-301........................ 12.35
T-302........................ 12.35
T-303........................ 12.35
T-304........................ 12.35
T-305........................ 12.35
T-306........................ 12.35
T-307........................ 12.35
T-308........................ 12.35
T-309........................ 12.35
T-31.......................... 12.31
T-310........................ 12.35
T-311........................ 12.35
T-312........................ 12.35
T-313........................ 12.35
T-314........................ 12.35
T-315........................ 12.35
T-316........................ 12.35
T-317........................ 12.35
T-318........................ 12.35
T-319........................ 12.35
T-32.......................... 12.31
T-320........................ 12.35
T-321........................ 12.35
T-326........................ 12.35
T-33.......................... 12.31
T-38.......................... 12.31
T-39.......................... 12.31
T-4............................ 12.31
T-4............................ 12.35
T-40.......................... 12.31
T-403........................ 12.17
T-403........................ 12.19
T-403........................ 12.21
T-403........................ 12.23
T-404........................ 12.17
T-404........................ 12.19
T-404........................ 12.21
T-406........................ 12.17
T-406........................ 12.19
T-406........................ 12.21
T-406........................ 12.23
T-407........................ 12.17
T-407........................ 12.19
T-407........................ 12.21
T-408........................ 12.17
T-408........................ 12.19
T-408........................ 12.21
T-409........................ 12.17
T-409........................ 12.19
T-409........................ 12.21
T-41.......................... 12.31
T-411........................ 12.17
T-411........................ 12.19
T-411........................ 12.21
T-411........................ 12.23
T-412........................ 12.17
T-412........................ 12.19
T-412........................ 12.21
T-413........................ 12.17
T-413........................ 12.19
T-413........................ 12.21
T-413........................ 12.23
T-414........................ 12.17
T-414........................ 12.19
T-414........................ 12.21
T-414........................ 12.23
T-416........................ 12.17
T-416........................ 12.19
T-416........................ 12.21
T-42.......................... 12.31
T-43.......................... 12.31
T-432........................ 12.17
T-432........................ 12.19
T-432........................ 12.21
T-433........................ 12.17
T-433........................ 12.19
T-433........................ 12.21
T-434........................ 12.17
T-434........................ 12.19
T-434........................ 12.21
T-436........................ 12.17
T-436........................ 12.19
T-436........................ 12.21
T-44.......................... 12.31
T-45.......................... 12.31
T-458........................ 12.17
T-458........................ 12.19
T-458........................ 12.21
T-46.......................... 12.31
T-468........................ 12.19
T-468........................ 12.21
T-47.......................... 12.31
Catalog Number Index
Model
No.
Page
No.
T-5............................ 12.31
T-50.......................... 12.31
T-50-1 ...................... 12.31
T-50-2 ...................... 12.31
T-50-3 ...................... 12.31
T-6............................ 12.31
T-7............................ 12.31
T-7............................ 12.35
T-8............................ 12.31
T-9............................ 12.31
V2 .............................. 10.2
V2 .............................. 10.9
VJ-98 ........................... 2.4
VJ-99 ........................... 2.4
XL............................... 10.2
XL............................... 10.9
XL-C ........................... 10.2
XL-C ........................... 10.9
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
10251........................... 8.5
10261........................... 8.5
10271........................... 8.5
10281........................... 8.5
10291........................... 8.5
10301........................... 8.5
10311........................... 8.5
10321........................... 8.5
10341........................... 8.5
10343......................... 3.12
10348........................... 1.2
10351........................... 8.5
10358........................... 1.2
10361........................... 8.5
10491......................... 4.27
10883......................... 4.12
10883......................... 4.14
10883......................... 4.15
10883......................... 4.17
10888......................... 3.11
10973......................... 3.12
12128....................... 12.13
12128....................... 12.15
12128....................... 12.25
12138......................... 4.19
12143......................... 10.6
12148......................... 10.6
12153......................... 10.6
12153......................... 10.6
12248......................... 11.5
12248......................... 11.7
12543......................... 11.8
12543......................... 11.9
12638......................... 3.12
12643......................... 3.12
12683......................... 10.4
12683......................... 10.6
12693........................... 1.4
12698........................... 1.4
12831......................... 3.16
13948......................... 11.4
13953......................... 11.4
13958......................... 11.4
13963......................... 11.4
13968......................... 11.4
13973......................... 11.4
13978......................... 11.4
13983......................... 11.4
13988......................... 11.5
13993......................... 11.5
13998......................... 11.5
14003......................... 11.5
14028......................... 11.5
14033......................... 11.5
14038......................... 11.5
14043......................... 11.5
14048......................... 11.5
14053......................... 11.5
14058......................... 11.5
14063......................... 11.5
14068......................... 11.5
14073......................... 11.5
14073......................... 11.7
14078......................... 11.5
14083......................... 11.5
14083......................... 11.7
14088......................... 11.5
14093......................... 11.5
14098......................... 11.5
14103......................... 11.5
14108......................... 11.5
14113......................... 11.5
14118......................... 11.5
14123......................... 11.5
14123......................... 11.7
14128......................... 11.5
14133......................... 11.5
14133......................... 11.7
14213......................... 7.12
14218......................... 7.12
14223......................... 7.12
14228......................... 7.12
14233......................... 7.12
14238......................... 7.12
14818....................... 11.10
14988........................... 3.5
15071........................... 8.5
15317........................... 4.7
15323......................... 11.5
15323....................... 11.11
15682......................... 4.16
15722......................... 4.16
15828......................... 11.5
15828......................... 11.7
15828....................... 11.11
16013......................... 4.14
16202........................... 7.9
16207........................... 7.9
16458........................... 7.8
16468........................... 7.8
16473........................... 7.8
16483........................... 7.8
16488........................... 7.8
16493........................... 7.8
16503........................... 1.7
16508........................... 1.7
16513........................... 1.7
16573........................... 7.8
16671........................... 6.2
16703........................... 2.2
16703......................... 4.14
16708......................... 4.14
16713....................... 12.41
16718......................... 4.14
16723......................... 4.10
16723......................... 4.21
16728....................... 11.11
16728....................... 11.13
16803......................... 10.9
16808......................... 10.7
16813......................... 10.6
16818......................... 10.4
16948......................... 10.4
16953......................... 10.4
16958......................... 10.2
16958......................... 10.5
16963......................... 10.2
16963......................... 10.5
16978......................... 10.2
16978......................... 10.5
16988......................... 10.4
16993......................... 10.4
17003......................... 10.2
17003......................... 10.5
17008......................... 10.2
17008......................... 10.5
17013......................... 10.2
17013......................... 10.5
17018......................... 10.2
17018......................... 10.5
17497......................... 7.11
17502......................... 7.11
17507......................... 7.11
17512......................... 7.11
17517......................... 7.11
17522......................... 7.11
17527......................... 7.11
17532......................... 7.11
17537......................... 7.11
17542......................... 7.11
17547......................... 7.11
17552......................... 7.11
17553......................... 11.5
17553......................... 11.7
17557......................... 7.11
17558......................... 11.5
17558......................... 11.7
17562......................... 7.11
17563......................... 11.5
17563......................... 11.5
17567......................... 7.11
17572......................... 7.11
17577......................... 7.11
17582......................... 7.11
17587......................... 7.11
17592......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.10
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17597......................... 7.11
17602......................... 7.10
17602......................... 7.11
17861........................... 9.2
18363......................... 7.12
18368......................... 7.12
18373......................... 7.12
18378......................... 7.12
18383......................... 7.12
18388......................... 7.12
18658......................... 12.9
18663......................... 12.9
18668......................... 12.9
19148......................... 12.7
19238......................... 11.9
19258....................... 11.11
19263....................... 11.11
19268....................... 11.11
19273....................... 11.11
19366......................... 4.10
19793....................... 11.11
19813......................... 10.2
19813......................... 10.5
20000......................... 4.25
20105......................... 4.26
20168....................... 11.10
20208........................... 7.6
20218........................... 7.6
20238........................... 7.5
20248......................... 11.9
20483......................... 10.2
20483......................... 10.2
20483......................... 10.9
20503....................... 11.10
20503....................... 11.11
20543......................... 10.9
20548......................... 10.2
20548......................... 10.9
20553......................... 10.2
20553......................... 10.9
20826......................... 4.13
20923........................... 4.5
20928........................... 4.5
20933........................... 4.5
20938........................... 4.5
20943........................... 4.5
20948........................... 4.5
20953........................... 4.5
20958........................... 4.5
20973....................... 11.13
21103......................... 10.9
21218........................... 4.4
21338......................... 12.7
21393......................... 7.17
21398......................... 7.17
21403......................... 7.17
21408......................... 7.17
21413......................... 7.17
21418......................... 7.17
21423......................... 7.17
21428......................... 7.17
21433......................... 7.17
21438......................... 7.17
21847......................... 7.10
21848......................... 10.2
21848......................... 10.8
21853......................... 10.2
21853......................... 10.8
21857......................... 7.10
21858......................... 10.2
21858......................... 10.8
21863......................... 10.2
21863......................... 10.8
21868......................... 10.2
21868......................... 10.8
21873......................... 10.2
21873......................... 10.8
21878......................... 10.2
21878......................... 10.9
21888......................... 12.8
13.7
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
21893....................... 11.13
21898....................... 11.13
21903....................... 11.13
21993......................... 10.6
21993......................... 10.7
21998......................... 10.7
22003......................... 10.6
22008......................... 10.2
22008......................... 10.9
22013......................... 10.2
22013......................... 10.9
22018......................... 10.2
22018......................... 10.9
22023......................... 10.2
22023......................... 10.2
22023......................... 10.9
22033......................... 10.9
22088......................... 4.12
22173....................... 11.13
22388......................... 11.8
22563......................... 4.26
22563......................... 4.28
22653......................... 10.2
22653......................... 10.8
22658......................... 10.2
22658......................... 10.8
22663......................... 10.2
22663......................... 10.8
22668......................... 10.2
22668......................... 10.8
22673......................... 10.2
22673......................... 10.8
22678......................... 10.2
22678......................... 10.8
22683......................... 10.2
22683......................... 10.5
22688......................... 10.2
22688......................... 10.5
22768......................... 10.2
22768......................... 10.5
22773......................... 10.2
22773......................... 10.5
22778......................... 10.2
22778......................... 10.5
22953......................... 10.2
22953......................... 10.5
22958......................... 10.2
22958......................... 10.5
22963......................... 10.2
22963......................... 10.5
22968......................... 10.2
13.8
22968......................... 10.5
22973......................... 10.2
22973......................... 10.5
22978......................... 10.2
22978......................... 10.5
23282......................... 4.19
23282......................... 4.26
23282......................... 4.27
23297......................... 4.27
23332........................... 8.6
23337........................... 8.6
23342........................... 8.6
23413......................... 12.9
23443....................... 10.10
23448....................... 10.10
23453....................... 10.10
23458....................... 10.10
23463....................... 10.10
23468....................... 10.10
23473....................... 10.10
23477......................... 7.10
23478....................... 10.10
23487......................... 7.11
23492......................... 7.11
23508......................... 12.8
23513......................... 12.8
23518......................... 12.8
23523......................... 12.8
23578......................... 7.18
23648......................... 10.4
23692....................... 12.30
23697....................... 12.30
23702....................... 12.30
23707....................... 12.30
23712....................... 12.30
23717....................... 12.30
23737....................... 12.28
23742....................... 12.28
23747....................... 12.28
23752....................... 12.28
23893......................... 10.4
23908......................... 12.9
24087........................... 8.6
24537......................... 7.10
24542......................... 7.10
24547......................... 7.10
24582......................... 7.10
24587......................... 7.10
24797........................... 8.6
26092......................... 4.28
26097......................... 4.28
26102......................... 4.28
26107......................... 4.28
26112......................... 4.28
26122......................... 4.28
26127......................... 4.28
26132......................... 4.29
26137......................... 4.29
26142......................... 4.29
26147......................... 4.29
26152......................... 4.29
26157......................... 4.29
26162......................... 4.29
26167......................... 4.29
26187......................... 4.29
26192......................... 4.29
26212......................... 4.29
26217......................... 4.29
26707......................... 4.26
26707......................... 4.29
27592....................... 12.30
27597....................... 12.30
27612....................... 12.30
27617....................... 12.30
27637....................... 12.30
27642....................... 12.27
27642....................... 12.29
30007....................... 12.27
30007....................... 12.29
30032........................... 8.5
31000........................... 1.2
31005........................... 1.2
31010........................... 1.2
31015........................... 1.2
31020........................... 1.2
31025........................... 1.2
31030........................... 1.2
31035........................... 1.2
31040........................... 1.2
31045........................... 1.2
31050........................... 1.2
31055........................... 1.2
31060........................... 1.2
31065........................... 1.2
31070........................... 1.2
31075........................... 1.2
31080........................... 1.2
31085........................... 1.2
31090........................... 1.4
31095........................... 1.4
31100........................... 1.4
31105........................... 1.4
31110........................... 1.4
31115........................... 1.4
31120........................... 1.4
31125........................... 1.4
31130........................... 1.4
31170........................... 1.7
31175........................... 1.7
31180........................... 1.7
31275........................... 1.6
31280........................... 1.6
31305........................... 1.6
31310........................... 1.5
31315........................... 1.5
31320........................... 1.5
31325........................... 1.5
31330........................... 1.5
31335........................... 1.5
31340........................... 1.5
31345........................... 1.5
31350........................... 1.5
31355........................... 1.5
31360........................... 1.5
31365........................... 1.5
31370........................... 1.5
31375........................... 1.3
31380........................... 1.3
31385........................... 1.3
31390........................... 1.3
31395........................... 1.3
31400........................... 1.6
31405........................... 1.7
31410........................... 3.5
31420........................... 1.9
31425........................... 1.9
31430........................... 1.9
31435........................... 1.9
31440........................... 1.9
31442......................... 4.28
31445........................... 1.9
31450........................... 1.9
31455........................... 1.9
31460........................... 1.9
31465........................... 1.9
31470........................... 1.9
31475........................... 1.9
31480........................... 1.9
31485........................... 1.9
31487....................... 12.19
31487....................... 12.21
31490........................... 1.9
31492....................... 12.19
31492....................... 12.21
31495........................... 1.9
31500........................... 1.9
31502........................... 8.6
31505........................... 1.9
31510........................... 1.9
31515........................... 1.9
31520........................... 1.9
31525........................... 1.9
31530........................... 1.9
31535........................... 1.9
31555........................... 1.9
31560........................... 1.9
31565........................... 1.9
31570........................... 1.9
31575........................... 1.9
31580........................... 1.9
31585........................... 1.9
31590........................... 1.9
31595........................... 1.9
31597........................... 8.6
31600........................... 1.9
31602........................... 8.6
31605........................... 1.9
31607........................... 8.6
31610........................... 1.9
31612........................... 8.6
31615........................... 1.9
31617........................... 8.6
31620........................... 1.9
31622......................... 3.14
31625........................... 1.9
31627......................... 3.14
31632......................... 3.15
31637......................... 3.15
31642......................... 3.15
31647......................... 3.15
31650........................... 1.9
31652......................... 3.15
31657......................... 3.15
31662......................... 3.15
31667......................... 3.15
31720........................... 1.9
31725........................... 1.9
31730........................... 1.9
31735........................... 1.9
31740........................... 1.9
31745........................... 1.9
31750........................... 1.9
31755........................... 1.9
31760........................... 1.9
31765........................... 1.9
31770........................... 1.9
31775........................... 1.9
31780........................... 1.9
31785........................... 1.9
31787......................... 7.10
31790........................... 1.9
31792......................... 7.10
31797......................... 7.10
31802......................... 7.10
31802......................... 7.11
31807......................... 7.10
31807......................... 7.11
31807......................... 7.11
31807......................... 7.11
31807......................... 7.11
31807......................... 7.11
31817......................... 7.10
31822......................... 4.30
31827......................... 4.29
31832......................... 4.29
31990........................... 1.5
32015........................... 1.5
32020........................... 1.5
32025........................... 1.5
32035........................... 1.5
32050........................... 1.5
32055........................... 1.5
32065........................... 1.5
32237......................... 4.29
32242......................... 4.29
32737....................... 12.17
32737....................... 12.19
32737....................... 12.21
32775........................... 1.9
32810........................... 3.2
32820........................... 3.2
32825........................... 3.2
32830........................... 3.2
32840........................... 3.2
32845........................... 3.2
32850........................... 3.2
32870........................... 3.3
32880........................... 3.3
32895........................... 3.3
32900........................... 3.5
32905........................... 3.5
32910......................... 3.15
32915......................... 3.15
32920......................... 3.15
32925......................... 3.15
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
32930......................... 3.15
32935......................... 3.15
32940......................... 3.15
32950......................... 3.15
32970......................... 3.16
32975......................... 3.13
32985......................... 3.13
33005......................... 3.16
33055......................... 3.14
33057......................... 4.29
33070......................... 3.14
33072......................... 4.29
33077......................... 4.29
33085........................... 7.6
33100........................... 3.6
33105........................... 3.6
33110........................... 3.6
33115........................... 3.6
33120........................... 3.6
33125........................... 3.6
33130........................... 3.6
33135........................... 3.6
33145........................... 3.6
33150........................... 3.6
33155........................... 3.6
33160......................... 3.17
33165......................... 3.17
33170......................... 3.17
33175......................... 3.12
33175......................... 3.17
33180......................... 3.17
33185......................... 3.17
33190......................... 3.17
33195......................... 3.17
33200......................... 3.17
33205......................... 3.17
33210......................... 3.17
33220........................... 3.6
33225........................... 3.6
33551......................... 3.17
33551......................... 3.12
33642......................... 4.29
33665........................... 3.5
33670........................... 3.5
33927........................... 8.6
34077......................... 4.32
34082......................... 4.32
34087......................... 4.32
34092......................... 4.32
34142......................... 3.18
34147......................... 3.18
34152........................... 8.5
34157......................... 4.29
34162......................... 4.29
34167......................... 4.29
34172......................... 4.29
34177......................... 4.29
34182......................... 4.29
34217......................... 4.26
34497......................... 4.13
34570........................... 3.5
34572......................... 3.15
34575........................... 3.5
34577......................... 4.29
34612......................... 4.26
34617......................... 4.26
34695......................... 3.17
34945........................... 3.7
34950........................... 3.7
34955........................... 3.7
34960........................... 3.7
34965......................... 3.19
34975........................... 3.7
35020........................... 3.7
35090........................... 3.7
35135........................... 3.7
35155......................... 3.19
35170........................... 8.3
35175........................... 8.3
35180........................... 8.3
35215........................... 8.4
35220........................... 8.4
35225........................... 8.4
35230........................... 8.4
35235........................... 8.4
35240........................... 8.4
35245........................... 8.4
35250........................... 8.4
35255........................... 8.4
35260........................... 8.4
35270........................... 8.4
35275........................... 8.4
35280........................... 8.4
35285........................... 8.4
35290........................... 8.4
35535......................... 7.14
35540......................... 7.14
35545......................... 7.14
35550......................... 7.14
35555......................... 7.14
35560......................... 7.14
35565......................... 7.14
35570......................... 7.14
35575......................... 7.14
35580......................... 7.14
35585......................... 7.14
35590......................... 7.14
35595........................... 3.7
35600........................... 3.7
35605........................... 3.7
35610........................... 3.7
35615........................... 3.7
35620........................... 3.7
35625........................... 3.7
35630........................... 3.7
35635........................... 3.7
35640........................... 3.7
35645........................... 3.7
35650........................... 3.7
35655........................... 3.7
35660........................... 3.7
35665........................... 3.7
35670........................... 3.7
35675........................... 3.7
35680........................... 3.7
35685........................... 3.7
35690......................... 7.14
35695......................... 7.14
35700......................... 7.14
35720......................... 7.15
35725......................... 7.15
35730......................... 7.15
35735......................... 7.15
35740......................... 7.15
35745......................... 7.15
35750......................... 7.15
35755......................... 7.15
35760......................... 7.15
35765......................... 7.15
35770......................... 7.15
35775......................... 7.15
35780......................... 7.15
35785......................... 7.15
35790......................... 7.15
35795......................... 7.15
35800......................... 7.15
35805......................... 7.15
35810......................... 7.15
35815........................... 3.7
35820........................... 3.7
35825........................... 3.7
35830........................... 3.7
35835........................... 3.7
35840........................... 3.7
35845........................... 3.7
35850........................... 3.7
35855........................... 3.7
35867......................... 4.19
35867......................... 4.26
35867......................... 4.33
35872......................... 4.26
35877......................... 4.26
35882......................... 4.26
35887......................... 4.26
35900........................... 7.5
35910........................... 7.5
35915........................... 7.5
35920........................... 7.5
36005......................... 3.18
36005........................... 8.5
36092........................... 8.2
36092........................... 8.2
36097........................... 8.2
36102........................... 8.2
36112........................... 8.2
36117........................... 8.2
36122........................... 8.2
36127........................... 8.2
36132........................... 8.2
36345........................... 4.3
36355........................... 4.3
36375........................... 4.3
36380........................... 4.3
36390........................... 4.3
36475........................... 4.3
36480........................... 4.3
36505........................... 4.3
36510........................... 4.3
36540........................... 4.3
36550........................... 4.3
36555........................... 4.3
36560........................... 4.3
36565........................... 4.8
36570........................... 4.8
36592......................... 3.15
36597......................... 3.15
36620......................... 4.10
36620......................... 4.26
36630......................... 4.10
36662......................... 3.12
36680........................... 4.4
36690........................... 4.4
36875........................... 4.5
36880........................... 4.5
36885........................... 4.5
36890........................... 4.5
36895........................... 4.5
36900........................... 4.5
36902......................... 4.13
36912......................... 4.13
36932......................... 4.13
36935........................... 4.5
36940........................... 4.5
36942........................... 8.2
36945........................... 4.5
36947........................... 8.2
36950........................... 4.5
36952........................... 8.2
36955........................... 4.5
36957........................... 8.2
36960........................... 4.5
36962........................... 8.2
36962........................... 8.2
36965........................... 4.5
36967........................... 8.2
36970........................... 4.5
36972........................... 8.2
36975........................... 4.5
36980........................... 4.5
36985........................... 4.5
36990........................... 4.5
36995........................... 4.5
37000........................... 4.5
37005........................... 4.5
37010........................... 4.5
37015........................... 4.5
37020........................... 4.5
37025........................... 4.5
37025........................... 4.6
37030........................... 4.5
37030........................... 4.6
37035........................... 4.5
37035........................... 4.6
37040........................... 4.5
37040........................... 4.6
37045........................... 4.5
37045........................... 4.6
37050........................... 4.5
37055........................... 4.5
37095........................... 4.5
37100........................... 4.5
37105........................... 4.5
37110........................... 4.5
37115........................... 4.5
37125........................... 4.5
37130........................... 4.5
37135........................... 4.5
37140........................... 4.5
37145........................... 4.5
37150........................... 4.5
37150........................... 4.5
37155........................... 4.5
37160........................... 4.5
37165........................... 4.5
37170........................... 4.5
37175........................... 4.5
37180........................... 4.5
37185........................... 4.5
37190........................... 4.5
37195........................... 4.5
37375........................... 4.5
37380........................... 4.5
37385........................... 4.5
37390........................... 4.5
37395........................... 4.5
37400........................... 4.5
37405........................... 4.5
37410........................... 4.5
37415........................... 4.5
37435........................... 4.5
37440........................... 4.5
37445........................... 4.5
37450........................... 4.5
37455........................... 4.5
37460........................... 4.5
37465........................... 4.5
37470........................... 4.5
37475........................... 4.5
37480........................... 4.5
37485........................... 4.5
37490........................... 4.5
37495........................... 4.5
37500........................... 4.5
37505........................... 4.5
37510........................... 4.5
37515........................... 4.5
37520........................... 4.5
37525........................... 4.5
37530........................... 4.5
37535........................... 4.5
37540........................... 4.5
37545........................... 4.5
37550........................... 4.5
37555........................... 4.5
37560........................... 4.5
37565........................... 4.5
13.9
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
37570........................... 4.5
37575........................... 4.5
37580........................... 4.5
37585........................... 4.5
37590........................... 4.5
37595........................... 4.5
37610........................... 4.5
37615........................... 4.5
37620........................... 4.5
37625........................... 4.5
37630........................... 4.5
37635........................... 4.5
37640........................... 4.5
37645........................... 4.5
37650........................... 4.5
37655........................... 4.5
37675........................... 4.5
37695........................... 4.5
37710........................... 4.5
37715........................... 4.5
37720........................... 4.5
37725........................... 4.5
37730........................... 4.5
37735........................... 4.5
37740........................... 4.5
37745........................... 4.5
37755........................... 4.5
37775........................... 4.5
37777........................... 4.3
37780........................... 4.5
37785........................... 4.5
37787....................... 12.22
37790........................... 4.5
37795........................... 4.5
37800........................... 4.5
37805........................... 4.5
37810........................... 4.7
37815........................... 4.7
37820........................... 4.7
37825........................... 4.7
37830........................... 4.7
37835........................... 4.7
37840........................... 4.7
37842....................... 12.15
37845........................... 4.7
37847....................... 12.15
37850........................... 4.7
37852....................... 12.15
37855........................... 4.7
37857....................... 12.15
37860........................... 4.7
13.10
37862....................... 12.15
37865........................... 4.7
37867....................... 12.15
37870........................... 4.7
37875........................... 4.7
37880........................... 4.7
37885........................... 4.7
37890........................... 4.7
37895........................... 4.7
37900........................... 4.7
37905........................... 4.7
37910........................... 4.7
37915........................... 4.7
37920........................... 4.7
37925........................... 4.7
37930........................... 4.7
37935........................... 4.7
37940........................... 4.7
37945........................... 4.7
37950........................... 4.7
37955........................... 4.7
37960........................... 4.7
37965........................... 4.7
37970........................... 4.7
37975........................... 4.7
37980........................... 4.7
37985........................... 4.7
37997........................... 2.4
38050........................... 4.7
38055........................... 4.7
38060........................... 4.7
38065........................... 4.7
38070........................... 4.7
38075........................... 4.7
38080........................... 4.7
38085........................... 4.7
38100........................... 4.8
38105........................... 4.8
38110........................... 4.8
38120......................... 4.11
38125......................... 4.11
38130......................... 4.11
38140......................... 4.11
38155......................... 4.11
38220........................... 4.8
38225........................... 4.8
38230........................... 4.8
38235........................... 4.8
38240........................... 4.8
38245........................... 4.8
38250........................... 4.8
38255........................... 4.8
38335........................... 4.7
38340........................... 4.7
38345........................... 4.7
38350........................... 4.7
38355........................... 4.7
38360........................... 4.7
38365........................... 4.7
38370........................... 4.7
38375........................... 4.7
38380........................... 4.7
38385........................... 4.7
38390........................... 4.7
38395........................... 4.7
38400........................... 4.7
38405........................... 4.7
38410........................... 4.7
38415........................... 4.7
38420........................... 4.7
38425........................... 4.7
38540........................... 4.3
38540........................... 4.3
38550........................... 4.3
38555........................... 4.3
38605........................... 4.4
38610........................... 4.4
38615........................... 4.4
38620........................... 4.4
38625........................... 4.4
39187......................... 4.14
39380......................... 4.10
39587......................... 4.30
39717......................... 12.9
39717......................... 12.9
39966........................... 9.2
39976........................... 9.2
40005......................... 4.10
40080........................... 2.3
40085........................... 2.3
40090........................... 2.3
40100........................... 2.3
40110........................... 2.3
40125........................... 2.3
40130........................... 2.2
40165........................... 2.2
40170........................... 2.3
40175........................... 2.2
40180........................... 2.2
40185........................... 2.2
40190........................... 2.2
40195........................... 2.2
40200........................... 2.2
40205........................... 2.2
40210........................... 2.2
40215........................... 2.2
40220........................... 2.3
40225........................... 2.3
40230........................... 2.3
40235........................... 2.3
40617......................... 3.13
41162........................... 8.6
41212....................... 12.19
41212....................... 12.21
41285........................... 8.6
41295........................... 8.6
41300........................... 8.6
41315........................... 8.6
41320........................... 8.6
41325........................... 8.6
41330........................... 8.6
41335........................... 8.6
41340........................... 8.6
41345........................... 8.6
41350........................... 8.6
41565......................... 4.12
41575......................... 4.12
41585......................... 4.12
41590......................... 4.12
41600......................... 4.12
41610......................... 4.12
41620......................... 4.10
41620......................... 4.13
41620......................... 4.15
41620......................... 4.17
41620......................... 4.19
41620......................... 4.21
41620......................... 4.22
41620......................... 4.23
41620......................... 4.24
41697....................... 12.19
41697....................... 12.21
41852......................... 3.17
41855......................... 4.16
41860......................... 4.16
41935......................... 4.15
41937....................... 12.13
41937....................... 12.15
41937....................... 12.19
41937....................... 12.21
41937....................... 12.22
41937....................... 12.23
41940......................... 4.15
41977....................... 12.18
41982....................... 12.19
41992....................... 12.19
41992....................... 12.21
42002....................... 12.18
42007....................... 12.18
42012....................... 12.18
42047......................... 4.27
42052......................... 4.27
42057......................... 4.27
42062......................... 4.27
42067......................... 4.27
42072......................... 4.27
42077......................... 4.27
42082......................... 4.27
42087......................... 4.27
42245......................... 3.18
42250......................... 3.18
42255......................... 3.18
42260......................... 3.18
42265......................... 3.18
42270......................... 3.18
42275......................... 3.18
42280......................... 3.18
42285......................... 3.18
42290......................... 3.18
42295......................... 3.18
42300......................... 3.18
42360......................... 3.12
42360......................... 4.17
42365......................... 4.17
42365......................... 4.19
42365......................... 4.21
42370......................... 4.17
42380......................... 4.17
42385......................... 4.17
42390......................... 4.19
42390......................... 4.21
42395......................... 4.21
42395......................... 4.26
42405......................... 4.10
42405......................... 4.21
42415......................... 4.10
42415......................... 4.21
42485......................... 4.19
42485......................... 4.27
42490......................... 4.19
42490......................... 4.27
42505........................... 2.5
42505......................... 4.10
42510........................... 2.5
42575......................... 4.17
42575........................... 5.8
42600......................... 4.15
42605......................... 4.15
42610......................... 4.15
42615......................... 4.15
42620......................... 4.15
42625......................... 4.15
42950......................... 4.15
42956......................... 3.11
43292......................... 4.14
43507....................... 12.32
43512....................... 12.32
43637....................... 12.19
43642....................... 12.19
43642....................... 12.23
43647....................... 12.17
43647....................... 12.19
43647....................... 12.21
43890......................... 4.26
44117....................... 12.19
44117....................... 12.21
44122....................... 12.17
44122....................... 12.19
44122....................... 12.21
44185........................... 3.6
44190........................... 3.6
44200......................... 4.26
44202....................... 12.18
44207....................... 12.18
44212....................... 12.18
44217....................... 12.18
44587....................... 12.33
44852........................... 8.3
44897......................... 4.14
44992......................... 4.29
44997......................... 4.29
45002......................... 4.29
45007........................... 5.5
45347........................... 5.5
45352........................... 5.5
46015....................... 12.19
46105......................... 3.12
46425......................... 3.18
46450......................... 3.18
46660......................... 4.17
46660......................... 4.26
46732........................... 4.8
46737........................... 4.8
46742........................... 4.8
46747........................... 4.8
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
46837....................... 12.32
46852........................... 5.5
46907....................... 12.32
47047....................... 12.18
47057........................... 1.4
47222........................... 5.6
47395......................... 3.18
47427....................... 12.19
47427....................... 12.21
47432....................... 12.19
47432....................... 12.21
47542....................... 12.37
47542....................... 12.39
47542....................... 12.41
47592....................... 12.37
47592....................... 12.39
47592....................... 12.41
47597....................... 12.37
47597....................... 12.39
47597....................... 12.41
47602....................... 12.37
47602....................... 12.39
47602....................... 12.41
47607....................... 12.37
47607....................... 12.39
47612....................... 12.37
47612....................... 12.39
47617....................... 12.37
47617....................... 12.39
47735......................... 4.30
47740......................... 4.30
47745......................... 4.30
47750......................... 4.30
47755......................... 4.30
47760......................... 4.30
47765......................... 4.30
47770......................... 4.30
47775......................... 4.30
47780......................... 4.30
47785......................... 4.30
47790......................... 4.30
47810......................... 4.30
47815......................... 4.30
47820......................... 4.30
47845......................... 4.30
47850......................... 4.30
47855......................... 4.30
47860......................... 4.30
47875......................... 4.30
47880......................... 4.30
47885......................... 4.30
47890......................... 4.30
47895......................... 4.30
47900......................... 4.30
47905......................... 4.30
47910......................... 4.30
47940......................... 4.30
48157....................... 12.39
48157....................... 12.41
48215......................... 4.31
48220......................... 4.31
48225......................... 4.31
48230......................... 4.31
48235......................... 4.31
48240......................... 4.31
48245......................... 4.31
48250......................... 4.31
48255......................... 4.31
48260......................... 4.31
48265......................... 4.31
48270......................... 4.31
48275......................... 4.31
48280......................... 4.31
48285......................... 4.31
48290......................... 4.31
48292........................... 5.6
48295......................... 4.31
48297........................... 5.6
48300......................... 4.31
48305......................... 4.31
48307........................... 5.5
48310......................... 4.31
48315......................... 4.31
48320......................... 4.31
48325......................... 4.31
48330......................... 4.31
48335......................... 4.31
48340......................... 4.31
48345......................... 4.31
48350......................... 4.31
48355......................... 4.31
48360......................... 4.31
48367....................... 12.37
48367....................... 12.39
48367....................... 12.41
48375......................... 4.31
48377........................... 5.6
48382........................... 5.6
48387........................... 5.6
48392........................... 5.6
48397........................... 5.6
48402........................... 5.6
48405........................... 5.6
48405........................... 5.7
48407........................... 5.6
48407........................... 5.7
48412........................... 5.6
48412........................... 5.7
48417........................... 5.6
48417........................... 5.7
48457....................... 12.32
48462....................... 12.33
48472....................... 12.27
48472....................... 12.29
48477....................... 12.27
48477....................... 12.29
48482......................... 12.9
48482....................... 12.11
48482....................... 12.25
48537........................... 8.7
48542........................... 8.7
48547........................... 8.7
48552........................... 8.7
48557........................... 8.7
48562........................... 8.7
48567........................... 8.7
48572........................... 8.7
48577........................... 8.7
48582........................... 8.7
48587........................... 8.7
48592........................... 8.7
48597........................... 8.7
48605......................... 4.32
48610......................... 4.32
48615......................... 4.32
48620......................... 4.32
48625......................... 4.32
48630......................... 4.32
48635......................... 4.32
48640......................... 4.32
48645......................... 4.32
48650......................... 4.32
48655......................... 4.32
48660......................... 4.32
48665......................... 4.32
48670......................... 4.32
48675......................... 4.32
48680......................... 4.32
48690......................... 4.32
48695......................... 4.32
48700......................... 4.32
48705......................... 4.32
48710......................... 4.32
48715......................... 4.32
48720......................... 4.32
48725......................... 4.32
48730......................... 4.32
48735......................... 4.32
48740......................... 4.32
48745......................... 4.32
48755......................... 4.32
48915......................... 4.32
48920......................... 4.32
48925......................... 4.32
48930......................... 4.32
48935......................... 4.32
48940......................... 4.32
48945......................... 4.32
48950......................... 4.32
48955......................... 4.32
48960......................... 4.32
48965......................... 4.32
48970......................... 4.32
48975......................... 4.32
48985......................... 4.32
49002....................... 12.13
49002....................... 12.15
49032....................... 12.17
49032....................... 12.19
49032....................... 12.21
49215......................... 4.31
49220......................... 4.31
49225......................... 4.31
49230......................... 4.31
49240......................... 4.31
49245......................... 4.31
49250......................... 4.31
49272....................... 12.37
49272....................... 12.39
49272....................... 12.41
49277....................... 12.37
49277....................... 12.39
49277....................... 12.41
49305......................... 4.32
49345......................... 4.31
49487....................... 12.37
49487....................... 12.39
49585......................... 4.32
49600......................... 4.32
49610......................... 4.32
49662........................... 5.6
49707........................... 4.7
49712........................... 4.7
49717........................... 4.7
49722........................... 4.7
49727........................... 4.7
49795......................... 4.32
49805......................... 4.32
49815......................... 4.32
49820......................... 4.32
49825......................... 4.32
49830......................... 4.32
49835......................... 4.32
49840......................... 4.32
49845......................... 4.32
49850......................... 4.32
49870......................... 4.32
49875......................... 4.32
49890......................... 4.32
49895......................... 4.32
49900......................... 4.32
49905......................... 4.32
49915......................... 4.32
49925......................... 4.32
49930......................... 4.32
49932........................... 4.6
49937........................... 4.6
49942........................... 4.6
49947........................... 4.6
49952........................... 4.6
49962........................... 4.6
49967........................... 4.6
49972........................... 1.9
50002....................... 12.37
50002....................... 12.39
50007....................... 12.37
50007....................... 12.39
50012......................... 4.30
50040......................... 4.32
50050......................... 4.32
50060......................... 4.32
50070......................... 4.32
50075......................... 4.32
50080......................... 4.32
50085......................... 4.32
50090......................... 4.32
50095......................... 4.32
50100......................... 4.32
50105......................... 4.32
50107......................... 4.26
50110......................... 4.32
50115......................... 4.32
50120......................... 4.32
50125......................... 4.32
50130......................... 4.32
50140......................... 4.32
50257........................... 8.6
50480......................... 4.32
50482......................... 7.13
50485......................... 4.32
50487......................... 7.13
50490......................... 4.32
50492......................... 7.13
50495......................... 4.32
50500......................... 4.32
50505......................... 4.32
50510......................... 4.32
50515......................... 4.32
50520......................... 4.32
50522........................... 7.5
50525......................... 4.32
50527........................... 7.5
50530......................... 4.32
50532........................... 7.5
50540......................... 4.32
50545......................... 4.32
50550......................... 4.32
50557........................... 9.2
50560......................... 4.32
50575......................... 4.32
50585......................... 4.32
50590......................... 4.32
50645......................... 4.30
50647......................... 12.9
50647....................... 12.11
50650......................... 4.30
50652......................... 12.9
50652....................... 12.11
50652....................... 12.15
50657......................... 12.9
50657....................... 12.11
50657....................... 12.15
50700......................... 4.30
50705......................... 4.30
50710......................... 4.30
50715......................... 4.30
50720......................... 4.30
50725......................... 4.30
50730......................... 4.30
50735......................... 4.30
50740......................... 4.30
50745......................... 4.30
50750......................... 4.30
50755......................... 4.30
50760......................... 4.30
50765......................... 4.30
13.11
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
50767........................... 3.9
50770......................... 4.30
50775......................... 4.30
50780......................... 4.30
50785......................... 4.30
50812........................... 3.9
50895......................... 4.30
50900......................... 4.30
50905......................... 4.30
50910......................... 4.30
50915......................... 4.30
50920......................... 4.30
50960......................... 4.31
50965......................... 4.31
50985......................... 4.31
51005......................... 4.17
51005......................... 4.19
51005......................... 4.21
51005......................... 4.24
51005......................... 4.26
51005......................... 4.29
51005......................... 4.33
51020......................... 4.33
51040......................... 4.33
51045......................... 4.33
51050......................... 4.33
51055......................... 4.33
51060......................... 4.33
51065......................... 4.33
51070......................... 4.33
51075......................... 4.33
51317....................... 12.25
51317....................... 12.27
51317....................... 12.29
51342....................... 12.18
51402....................... 12.18
51407....................... 12.18
51572....................... 12.37
51572....................... 12.39
51587....................... 12.37
51587....................... 12.39
51597....................... 12.37
51597....................... 12.39
51752....................... 12.15
51762....................... 12.17
51762....................... 12.19
51762....................... 12.21
51857........................... 4.5
51862........................... 4.5
51867........................... 4.5
51872........................... 4.5
13.12
51877........................... 4.5
51882........................... 4.5
51912........................... 8.3
51917........................... 8.3
52192......................... 4.31
52202......................... 4.31
52217......................... 4.31
52300......................... 7.13
52305......................... 7.13
52310......................... 7.13
52315......................... 7.13
52320......................... 7.13
52420........................... 8.5
52425........................... 8.5
52430........................... 8.5
52435........................... 8.5
52440........................... 8.5
52450........................... 7.4
52455........................... 7.4
52465........................... 7.4
52470........................... 7.4
52475........................... 7.4
52480........................... 7.4
52485........................... 7.4
52490........................... 7.4
52495........................... 7.4
52505........................... 7.4
52755........................... 6.4
52760........................... 6.4
52760........................... 6.5
52760........................... 6.6
52765........................... 6.4
52770........................... 6.4
52775........................... 6.4
52780........................... 6.4
52780........................... 6.5
52780........................... 6.6
52785........................... 6.4
52790........................... 6.4
52795........................... 6.4
52800........................... 6.4
52800........................... 6.6
52805........................... 6.4
52810........................... 6.4
52812......................... 12.9
52812....................... 12.11
52812....................... 12.25
52815........................... 6.4
52817......................... 12.9
52817....................... 12.11
52817....................... 12.25
52820........................... 6.4
52820........................... 6.6
52822......................... 12.9
52822....................... 12.11
52822....................... 12.25
52825........................... 6.4
52830........................... 6.4
52835........................... 6.4
52840........................... 6.4
52845........................... 6.4
52850........................... 6.4
52850........................... 6.6
52855........................... 6.4
52860........................... 6.4
52865........................... 6.4
52870........................... 6.4
52875........................... 6.4
52880........................... 6.4
52885........................... 6.4
52890........................... 6.4
52895........................... 6.4
52900........................... 6.4
52905........................... 6.4
52910........................... 6.4
52915........................... 6.4
52920........................... 6.4
52925........................... 6.4
52930........................... 6.4
52935........................... 6.4
52940........................... 6.4
52945........................... 6.4
52950........................... 6.4
52955........................... 6.4
52957....................... 12.37
52960........................... 6.4
52962....................... 12.25
52965........................... 6.4
52970........................... 6.4
52972....................... 12.24
52975........................... 6.4
52980........................... 6.4
52985........................... 6.4
52990........................... 6.4
52995........................... 6.4
53000........................... 6.4
53037....................... 12.37
53065........................... 6.4
53070........................... 6.4
53075........................... 6.4
53080........................... 6.4
53085........................... 6.4
53107....................... 12.14
53112....................... 12.14
53117....................... 12.14
53122....................... 12.14
53127....................... 12.14
54085........................... 7.9
54090........................... 7.9
54095........................... 7.9
54100........................... 7.9
54105........................... 7.9
54110........................... 7.9
54115........................... 7.9
54120........................... 7.9
54125........................... 7.9
54130........................... 7.9
54135......................... 7.12
54270......................... 7.12
54397........................... 3.9
54440......................... 7.12
54445......................... 7.12
54450......................... 7.12
54465......................... 7.12
54480......................... 7.12
54500......................... 7.12
54520......................... 7.12
54540......................... 7.12
54575......................... 7.12
54837......................... 12.9
54837....................... 12.11
54837....................... 12.15
54837....................... 12.25
54842....................... 12.15
54852....................... 12.15
54992....................... 12.15
55002....................... 12.15
55007....................... 12.15
55012....................... 12.15
55017....................... 12.15
55447......................... 4.29
55452......................... 4.29
55457......................... 12.9
55457....................... 12.11
55457....................... 12.25
55467....................... 12.15
56337........................... 4.7
56342........................... 4.7
56347........................... 4.7
56352........................... 4.7
56367........................... 4.7
56657........................... 2.4
56662........................... 2.4
56667........................... 2.4
56672........................... 2.4
56682........................... 2.4
56782......................... 12.9
56782....................... 12.11
56782....................... 12.15
56782....................... 12.25
56787......................... 12.9
56787....................... 12.11
56787....................... 12.15
56787....................... 12.25
56792......................... 12.9
56792....................... 12.11
56792....................... 12.15
56797......................... 12.9
56797....................... 12.11
56797....................... 12.15
56847........................... 7.5
56852........................... 7.5
56857........................... 7.5
57492......................... 4.29
57497......................... 4.29
57502......................... 4.29
57507......................... 4.29
57577........................... 7.5
57582........................... 7.5
57592........................... 6.3
57597........................... 6.3
57602........................... 6.3
58007......................... 4.21
58192....................... 12.17
58192....................... 12.19
58192....................... 12.21
58222........................... 3.9
58227........................... 3.9
58712......................... 4.29
58752......................... 4.24
58757......................... 4.24
58890......................... 12.6
58895......................... 12.6
58920....................... 12.24
58960....................... 12.24
58980....................... 12.24
59000....................... 12.24
59175....................... 12.34
59190......................... 12.4
59205....................... 12.25
59205....................... 12.27
59205....................... 12.29
59205....................... 12.31
59205....................... 12.35
59210....................... 12.25
59210....................... 12.27
59210....................... 12.29
59225....................... 12.13
59225....................... 12.15
59225....................... 12.27
59225....................... 12.29
59225....................... 12.31
59225....................... 12.35
59230....................... 12.13
59230....................... 12.15
59230....................... 12.22
59230....................... 12.25
59230....................... 12.27
59230....................... 12.29
59235....................... 12.25
59240....................... 12.31
59250....................... 12.25
59255....................... 12.25
59265....................... 12.25
59270....................... 12.25
59295....................... 12.25
59295....................... 12.27
59295....................... 12.29
59295....................... 12.31
59295....................... 12.35
59300....................... 12.31
59320....................... 12.31
59325....................... 12.29
59325....................... 12.31
59330....................... 12.29
59330....................... 12.29
59360....................... 12.19
59360....................... 12.21
59360....................... 12.23
59360....................... 12.27
59360....................... 12.29
59360....................... 12.31
59360....................... 12.35
59365....................... 12.25
59370....................... 12.25
59395....................... 12.29
59395....................... 12.31
59400....................... 12.31
59415....................... 12.29
59415....................... 12.31
59425....................... 12.27
59425....................... 12.29
59440....................... 12.31
59445....................... 12.27
59450....................... 12.25
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
59462....................... 12.14
59470....................... 12.27
59470....................... 12.29
59470....................... 12.31
59475....................... 12.31
59480....................... 12.31
59485....................... 12.31
59502........................... 6.3
59555....................... 12.35
59560....................... 12.35
59562....................... 12.20
59587....................... 12.20
59625....................... 12.31
59765....................... 12.31
59765....................... 12.35
59770....................... 12.31
59770....................... 12.35
59775....................... 12.31
59775....................... 12.35
59780....................... 12.31
59780....................... 12.35
59782....................... 12.13
59782....................... 12.22
59787......................... 12.4
59792......................... 12.4
59797......................... 12.4
59802......................... 12.4
59812......................... 12.6
59835....................... 12.35
59917....................... 12.15
59982......................... 12.5
59982....................... 12.13
59982....................... 12.15
59982....................... 12.17
59982....................... 12.19
59982....................... 12.21
59987......................... 12.5
59987....................... 12.13
59987....................... 12.15
59987....................... 12.17
59987....................... 12.19
59987....................... 12.21
59992........................... 5.6
59992........................... 5.7
60002........................... 3.9
60007........................... 3.9
60032....................... 12.21
60037....................... 12.21
60042....................... 12.21
60047....................... 12.21
60052....................... 12.20
60057....................... 12.20
60062....................... 12.20
60067....................... 12.20
60072....................... 12.20
60087....................... 12.15
60355....................... 12.35
60360....................... 12.35
60365....................... 12.35
60382........................... 5.5
60700....................... 12.35
61102....................... 12.20
61107....................... 12.21
61112....................... 12.20
61122......................... 4.10
61122......................... 4.29
61142......................... 4.23
61187......................... 4.23
61522....................... 12.20
61542....................... 12.20
61615....................... 12.27
61625....................... 12.27
61625....................... 12.29
61625....................... 12.31
61630....................... 12.27
61630....................... 12.29
61630....................... 12.31
61757........................... 3.9
61770....................... 12.31
61790....................... 12.31
61790....................... 12.35
61800....................... 12.31
61800....................... 12.35
61825....................... 12.31
61850....................... 12.31
61850....................... 12.35
61855....................... 12.31
61855....................... 12.35
61875....................... 12.35
61885....................... 12.35
61895....................... 12.35
61960....................... 12.31
61960....................... 12.35
61970....................... 12.31
61975....................... 12.31
62045....................... 12.35
62050....................... 12.35
62055....................... 12.35
62060....................... 12.35
62065....................... 12.35
62067......................... 12.9
62067....................... 12.11
62067....................... 12.25
62070....................... 12.35
62075....................... 12.35
62080....................... 12.35
62085....................... 12.35
62090....................... 12.35
62095....................... 12.35
62100....................... 12.35
62105....................... 12.35
62110....................... 12.35
62115....................... 12.35
62120....................... 12.35
62125....................... 12.35
62140....................... 12.35
62170....................... 12.35
62225......................... 12.9
62225....................... 12.11
62225....................... 12.25
62235......................... 12.9
62235....................... 12.11
62235....................... 12.25
62245......................... 12.9
62245....................... 12.11
62245....................... 12.25
62250......................... 12.9
62250....................... 12.11
62250....................... 12.25
62260......................... 12.9
62260....................... 12.11
62260....................... 12.25
62265....................... 12.25
62265....................... 12.27
62265....................... 12.29
62270....................... 12.25
62270....................... 12.27
62270....................... 12.29
62275....................... 12.27
62275....................... 12.29
62275....................... 12.31
62280....................... 12.31
62285....................... 12.31
62295....................... 12.31
62300....................... 12.31
62347........................... 7.8
62352........................... 7.8
62362........................... 7.8
62370....................... 12.35
62375....................... 12.35
62380....................... 12.35
62385....................... 12.35
62390....................... 12.35
62412....................... 12.15
62457......................... 4.23
62457......................... 4.33
62530......................... 12.5
62535......................... 12.5
62540......................... 12.5
62545......................... 12.5
62555......................... 12.5
62565......................... 12.5
62587....................... 12.37
62592....................... 12.37
62595......................... 12.5
62597....................... 12.37
62605......................... 12.5
62615......................... 12.5
62625......................... 12.5
62662........................... 9.4
62687....................... 12.37
62697....................... 12.37
62747........................... 9.4
62772........................... 9.4
62802........................... 9.4
62812........................... 9.4
62815....................... 12.35
62840....................... 12.31
62845....................... 12.31
62850....................... 12.15
62850....................... 12.27
62850....................... 12.29
62855....................... 12.15
62855....................... 12.27
62855....................... 12.29
62860....................... 12.27
62860....................... 12.29
62862........................... 9.2
62865....................... 12.15
62865....................... 12.27
62865....................... 12.29
62870....................... 12.15
62870....................... 12.27
62870....................... 12.29
62875....................... 12.15
62875....................... 12.27
62875....................... 12.29
62877....................... 12.37
62877....................... 12.39
62880....................... 12.15
62880....................... 12.27
62880....................... 12.29
62882....................... 12.37
62882....................... 12.39
62882....................... 12.41
62887....................... 12.37
62892....................... 12.37
62897....................... 12.37
62915....................... 12.27
62915....................... 12.29
62920....................... 12.27
62920....................... 12.29
62925....................... 12.27
62925....................... 12.29
62930....................... 12.15
62930....................... 12.27
62930....................... 12.29
62935....................... 12.15
62935....................... 12.27
62935....................... 12.29
62940....................... 12.15
62940....................... 12.27
62940....................... 12.29
62990......................... 12.9
62990....................... 12.11
62990....................... 12.13
62990....................... 12.15
62990....................... 12.25
62995......................... 12.9
62995....................... 12.11
62995....................... 12.13
62995....................... 12.15
62995....................... 12.22
62995....................... 12.25
63000......................... 12.9
63000....................... 12.11
63000....................... 12.13
63000....................... 12.15
63000....................... 12.25
63005......................... 12.9
63005....................... 12.11
63005....................... 12.13
63005....................... 12.15
63005....................... 12.22
63005....................... 12.25
63010......................... 12.9
63010....................... 12.11
63010....................... 12.13
63010....................... 12.15
63010....................... 12.25
63015....................... 12.13
63015....................... 12.15
63015....................... 12.25
63020....................... 12.13
63020....................... 12.15
63020....................... 12.25
63025....................... 12.13
63025....................... 12.15
63025....................... 12.25
63030......................... 12.9
63030....................... 12.11
63030....................... 12.13
63030....................... 12.15
63030....................... 12.25
63035......................... 12.9
63035....................... 12.11
63035....................... 12.13
63035....................... 12.15
63035....................... 12.22
63035....................... 12.25
63040......................... 12.9
63040....................... 12.11
63040....................... 12.13
63040....................... 12.15
63040....................... 12.25
63045......................... 12.9
63045....................... 12.11
63045....................... 12.13
63045....................... 12.15
63045....................... 12.25
63050......................... 12.9
63050....................... 12.11
63050....................... 12.13
63050....................... 12.15
63050....................... 12.25
63055......................... 12.9
63055....................... 12.11
63055....................... 12.13
63055....................... 12.15
63055....................... 12.25
63060....................... 12.13
63060....................... 12.15
63060....................... 12.25
63065......................... 12.9
63065....................... 12.11
63065....................... 12.13
63065....................... 12.15
63065....................... 12.25
63070....................... 12.25
63075....................... 12.31
63080....................... 12.25
63085....................... 12.31
63085....................... 12.35
63090....................... 12.31
63105....................... 12.31
63107....................... 12.37
13.13
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
63110....................... 12.31
63112....................... 12.37
63115....................... 12.31
63120....................... 12.31
63145....................... 12.31
63150....................... 12.31
63155....................... 12.31
63160....................... 12.31
63165....................... 12.31
63170....................... 12.31
63175....................... 12.31
63180....................... 12.31
63185....................... 12.31
63190....................... 12.31
63195....................... 12.31
63200....................... 12.31
63200....................... 12.35
63205....................... 12.31
63210....................... 12.31
63220....................... 12.25
63240....................... 12.31
63280....................... 12.25
63297........................... 3.6
63822....................... 12.14
63827....................... 12.14
63877....................... 12.39
63882....................... 12.39
64077....................... 12.39
64217......................... 11.3
64217......................... 11.5
64232......................... 11.4
64247......................... 11.4
64267......................... 11.3
64267......................... 11.5
64492......................... 11.5
64497......................... 11.5
64502......................... 11.5
64562......................... 11.4
64577......................... 11.4
64607......................... 11.5
64612......................... 11.5
64627......................... 11.5
64642........................... 2.5
64697....................... 12.37
64702....................... 12.37
64707....................... 12.37
64712....................... 12.37
64717....................... 12.37
64722....................... 12.37
64727....................... 12.37
64732....................... 12.37
13.14
64732....................... 12.39
64732....................... 12.41
64737....................... 12.37
64737....................... 12.39
64742....................... 12.37
64747....................... 12.37
64752....................... 12.37
64757....................... 12.37
64762....................... 12.37
64767....................... 12.39
64772....................... 12.39
64777....................... 12.39
64782....................... 12.39
64787....................... 12.39
64792....................... 12.39
64797....................... 12.41
64802....................... 12.41
64807....................... 12.41
64812....................... 12.41
64817....................... 12.41
64822....................... 12.41
64827....................... 12.41
64832....................... 12.41
64837....................... 12.41
64842....................... 12.41
64847....................... 12.41
64852....................... 12.41
64857....................... 12.41
64862....................... 12.41
64882....................... 12.41
64892....................... 12.41
64902....................... 12.41
64962......................... 3.19
64967......................... 3.19
64977........................... 5.7
65135........................... 4.3
65175........................... 4.3
65255........................... 4.3
65265........................... 8.4
65285........................... 4.3
65320........................... 4.3
65340........................... 4.8
65345........................... 4.8
65380......................... 4.10
65380......................... 4.26
65550........................... 4.6
65555........................... 4.6
65560........................... 4.6
65565........................... 4.6
65570........................... 4.6
65575........................... 4.6
65580........................... 4.6
65620........................... 4.6
65625........................... 4.6
65630........................... 4.6
65635........................... 4.6
65640........................... 4.6
65680........................... 4.6
65685........................... 4.6
65687....................... 12.27
65690........................... 4.6
65695........................... 4.6
65700........................... 4.6
65705........................... 4.6
65710........................... 4.6
65715........................... 4.6
65720........................... 4.6
65725........................... 4.6
65730........................... 4.6
65765........................... 4.6
65770........................... 4.6
65775........................... 4.6
65780........................... 4.6
65785........................... 4.6
65790........................... 4.6
65902........................... 5.7
65937........................... 9.3
65942........................... 9.3
65950........................... 4.6
65955........................... 4.6
65960........................... 4.6
65965........................... 4.6
65970........................... 4.6
65975........................... 4.6
65980........................... 4.6
65985........................... 4.6
65990........................... 4.6
66020........................... 4.6
66030........................... 4.6
66035........................... 4.6
66040........................... 4.6
66045........................... 4.6
66050........................... 4.6
66055........................... 4.6
66060........................... 4.6
66065........................... 4.6
66110........................... 4.7
66115........................... 4.7
66120........................... 4.7
66125........................... 4.7
66130........................... 4.7
66135........................... 4.7
66140........................... 4.7
66145........................... 4.7
66150........................... 4.7
66155........................... 4.7
66160........................... 4.7
66165........................... 4.7
66170........................... 4.7
66175........................... 4.7
66190........................... 4.7
66195........................... 4.7
66200........................... 4.7
66205........................... 4.7
66210........................... 4.7
66215........................... 4.7
66220........................... 4.7
66225........................... 4.7
66230........................... 4.7
66310........................... 4.7
66315........................... 4.7
66320........................... 4.7
66325........................... 4.7
66330........................... 4.7
66335........................... 4.7
66340........................... 4.7
66345........................... 4.7
66350........................... 4.7
66405........................... 4.7
66410........................... 4.7
66415........................... 4.7
66420........................... 4.7
66425........................... 4.7
66430........................... 4.7
66435........................... 4.7
66442....................... 12.37
66445........................... 4.7
66447....................... 12.37
66450........................... 4.8
66462........................... 9.3
66492....................... 12.26
66497....................... 12.26
66512....................... 12.26
66517....................... 12.26
66535........................... 4.8
66540........................... 4.8
66550........................... 4.8
66620......................... 4.11
66625......................... 4.11
66655......................... 4.30
66660......................... 4.30
66665......................... 4.30
66670......................... 4.30
66687........................... 3.9
66700......................... 4.30
66705......................... 4.30
66710......................... 4.30
66732....................... 12.39
66732....................... 12.41
66737......................... 3.14
66742......................... 3.14
66750......................... 4.30
66755......................... 4.30
66760......................... 4.30
66765......................... 4.30
66770......................... 4.30
66775......................... 4.30
66780......................... 4.30
66785......................... 4.30
66795......................... 4.30
66800......................... 4.30
66805......................... 4.30
66807........................... 1.8
66810......................... 4.30
66830......................... 4.30
66880......................... 4.30
66905......................... 4.30
66910......................... 4.30
66920......................... 4.30
66947......................... 4.24
66955......................... 4.30
66992........................... 7.2
66997........................... 7.2
67132....................... 12.27
67137....................... 12.27
67142....................... 12.27
67182......................... 4.24
67187....................... 12.37
67187....................... 12.39
67187....................... 12.41
67247......................... 11.4
67277......................... 11.4
67307......................... 11.5
67307......................... 11.7
67312......................... 11.5
67312......................... 11.7
67327......................... 11.5
67327......................... 11.7
67332....................... 12.37
67615......................... 4.32
67620......................... 4.32
67625......................... 4.32
67635......................... 4.32
67640......................... 4.32
67645......................... 4.32
67650......................... 4.32
67655......................... 4.32
67657......................... 4.24
67660......................... 4.32
67662......................... 4.24
67662........................... 5.5
67665......................... 4.32
67675......................... 4.32
67685......................... 4.32
67807......................... 4.22
67812......................... 4.22
67817......................... 4.22
67822......................... 4.22
67827......................... 4.22
67872......................... 4.22
67880......................... 4.31
67885......................... 4.31
67890......................... 4.31
67900......................... 4.31
67905......................... 4.31
67910......................... 4.31
67915......................... 4.31
67920......................... 4.31
67925......................... 4.31
67935......................... 4.31
67945......................... 4.31
67955......................... 4.31
67962....................... 12.11
68057......................... 12.8
68062......................... 12.8
68067......................... 12.8
68072......................... 12.8
68097......................... 12.8
68102......................... 12.8
68107......................... 12.8
68112......................... 12.8
68137......................... 12.8
68142......................... 12.8
68160......................... 4.26
68160......................... 4.33
68165......................... 4.33
68170......................... 4.33
68175......................... 4.33
68180......................... 4.33
68185......................... 4.33
68195......................... 4.33
68200......................... 4.33
68650........................... 3.5
68815......................... 4.17
68842........................... 9.3
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
68847........................... 9.3
68857........................... 9.3
68862........................... 9.3
68917......................... 12.9
68917....................... 12.11
68962........................... 9.3
68967........................... 9.3
68972........................... 9.3
69642........................... 7.3
69667........................... 5.5
69692........................... 5.5
69697......................... 11.3
69697......................... 11.5
69702......................... 11.3
69702......................... 11.5
69707........................... 9.3
69712........................... 9.3
69717........................... 9.3
69722......................... 11.4
69727......................... 11.4
69732......................... 11.4
69737......................... 11.4
69752......................... 11.4
69757......................... 11.4
69762........................... 9.2
69847........................... 7.2
69852........................... 7.2
69857........................... 7.2
69862........................... 7.2
69867........................... 7.2
69872........................... 7.2
69877........................... 7.2
69882........................... 7.2
69887........................... 7.2
69907........................... 7.2
69912........................... 7.2
69982........................... 3.5
69987........................... 7.2
70032....................... 12.17
70032....................... 12.19
70032....................... 12.21
70640......................... 4.11
70645......................... 4.11
70652........................... 9.3
70655......................... 4.11
70662........................... 9.2
70685........................... 4.7
70690........................... 4.7
70695........................... 4.7
70700........................... 4.7
70705........................... 4.7
70710........................... 4.7
70715........................... 4.7
70720........................... 4.7
70725........................... 4.7
70730........................... 4.7
70740......................... 4.30
70745......................... 4.30
70750......................... 4.30
70755......................... 4.30
70760......................... 4.30
70830......................... 4.12
70835......................... 4.12
71687......................... 3.10
71692......................... 3.10
71697......................... 3.10
71702....................... 12.10
71722....................... 12.10
71727....................... 12.10
71732....................... 12.10
71757....................... 12.11
71762....................... 12.11
71847....................... 12.11
72037........................... 2.2
72037......................... 4.14
72042........................... 2.2
72327......................... 4.12
72332......................... 4.12
72337......................... 4.13
72342......................... 4.12
72702....................... 12.11
72862......................... 3.10
73117......................... 11.3
73142......................... 11.5
73142......................... 11.7
73162........................... 3.3
73172......................... 11.3
73172......................... 11.5
73177......................... 11.5
73182......................... 11.4
73187......................... 11.4
73192......................... 11.4
73197......................... 11.4
73360........................... 7.7
73365........................... 7.7
73370........................... 7.7
73447......................... 4.24
73842......................... 3.16
73847......................... 3.16
73902......................... 12.9
73907......................... 12.9
74007......................... 4.12
74012......................... 4.12
74047......................... 4.12
74207........................... 3.5
74227........................... 3.3
74685........................... 3.3
74700........................... 3.3
74710........................... 3.3
74720......................... 3.17
74730......................... 3.17
74735......................... 3.17
74915........................... 2.2
74946........................... 9.3
75075......................... 4.16
75435......................... 4.16
75557........................... 3.6
75562........................... 3.6
75567........................... 3.6
75572........................... 3.6
75602......................... 4.24
75982........................... 6.6
75992........................... 6.6
76017........................... 6.6
76022........................... 6.5
76022........................... 6.6
76027........................... 6.6
76032........................... 6.6
76037........................... 6.6
76042........................... 6.6
76047........................... 6.6
76052........................... 6.6
76057........................... 6.6
76067........................... 6.6
76072........................... 6.6
76077........................... 6.6
76082........................... 6.6
76132........................... 6.6
76137........................... 6.6
76142........................... 6.6
76147........................... 6.6
76152........................... 6.6
76267........................... 6.5
76267........................... 6.6
76272........................... 6.5
76272........................... 6.6
76277........................... 6.6
76282........................... 6.6
76287........................... 6.6
76292........................... 6.5
76292........................... 6.6
76297........................... 6.5
76297........................... 6.6
76302........................... 6.6
76305........................... 4.7
76307........................... 6.6
76312........................... 6.6
76315........................... 4.7
76317........................... 6.5
76317........................... 6.6
76322........................... 6.5
76322........................... 6.6
76327........................... 6.6
76332........................... 6.6
76337........................... 6.6
76455....................... 12.24
76475....................... 12.24
76485....................... 12.24
76495....................... 12.24
76575....................... 12.27
76597....................... 12.11
76652......................... 10.2
76652......................... 10.8
76657......................... 10.2
76657......................... 10.8
76662......................... 10.2
76662......................... 10.8
76667......................... 10.2
76667......................... 10.8
76672......................... 10.2
76672......................... 10.8
76677......................... 10.2
76677......................... 10.8
76767......................... 4.12
76777........................... 6.2
76787........................... 6.2
76792........................... 6.2
76807......................... 10.7
76817......................... 12.9
76817....................... 12.11
76822........................... 5.3
76822........................... 5.4
76822........................... 5.5
76822........................... 5.6
76822........................... 5.7
76822........................... 5.8
76827........................... 5.3
76827........................... 5.4
76827........................... 5.5
76827........................... 5.6
76827........................... 5.7
76827........................... 5.8
76907......................... 10.7
76912......................... 10.7
76925........................... 4.7
78347....................... 12.10
79120......................... 4.32
81280........................... 7.7
82832....................... 12.37
82832....................... 12.37
82837....................... 12.37
82837....................... 12.37
82842....................... 12.37
82842....................... 12.39
82847....................... 12.37
82847....................... 12.41
82852....................... 12.37
82852....................... 12.39
82857....................... 12.37
82857....................... 12.41
83037........................... 8.6
83080........................... 3.3
83085........................... 3.3
83140........................... 3.6
83145........................... 3.3
83150........................... 3.3
83165........................... 3.3
83170........................... 3.3
83235......................... 3.17
83240......................... 3.16
83290......................... 3.16
83292....................... 12.22
83295......................... 3.16
83302........................... 6.5
83307........................... 6.5
83317........................... 6.5
83322........................... 6.5
83327........................... 6.5
83337........................... 6.5
83347........................... 6.5
83350......................... 7.11
83380........................... 2.5
83407......................... 11.5
83407......................... 11.7
83407....................... 12.11
83417......................... 10.4
83417......................... 10.6
83417......................... 11.5
83417......................... 11.7
83417....................... 12.11
83450........................... 4.5
83455........................... 4.5
83460........................... 4.5
83465........................... 4.5
83470........................... 4.5
83475........................... 4.5
83480........................... 4.5
83485........................... 4.5
83540......................... 4.17
83557....................... 12.23
83567........................... 6.5
83572........................... 6.5
83652......................... 11.4
83657......................... 11.4
83997........................... 6.6
84002........................... 6.6
84007........................... 6.6
84012........................... 6.6
84097......................... 4.19
84112......................... 11.5
84112......................... 11.7
84282......................... 4.11
84287......................... 4.11
84292......................... 4.11
84295....................... 12.34
84315....................... 12.29
84325....................... 12.25
84332......................... 4.11
84337......................... 4.11
84427........................... 6.2
84427........................... 6.3
84517....................... 12.22
84522....................... 12.12
84532......................... 4.19
84532......................... 4.21
84532......................... 4.23
84532......................... 4.24
84532......................... 4.26
84532......................... 4.27
84537......................... 4.19
84537......................... 4.21
84537......................... 4.23
84537......................... 4.24
84537......................... 4.26
84537......................... 4.27
85830........................... 4.7
85835........................... 4.7
85850......................... 4.32
85855......................... 4.32
85865......................... 4.32
85870......................... 4.32
86127......................... 3.13
86902........................... 1.7
86907........................... 1.7
86912........................... 1.7
86917........................... 1.7
13.15
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
86922........................... 1.7
86927........................... 1.7
86932........................... 1.7
87077....................... 12.13
87097........................... 7.3
87107........................... 7.3
87287....................... 12.12
87292....................... 12.12
87297....................... 12.12
87327....................... 12.12
87332....................... 12.12
87337....................... 12.13
87577....................... 12.13
87577....................... 12.15
87582....................... 12.13
87582....................... 12.15
87587....................... 12.13
87587....................... 12.15
87592....................... 12.13
87592....................... 12.15
87592....................... 12.22
87597....................... 12.13
87602....................... 12.23
88232........................... 5.3
88260......................... 3.17
88392......................... 11.5
88392......................... 11.7
88680......................... 7.13
89400......................... 12.9
89400....................... 12.11
89400....................... 12.25
89405......................... 12.9
89405....................... 12.11
89405....................... 12.25
89410......................... 12.9
89435........................... 1.3
89440........................... 1.3
89445........................... 1.3
90082....................... 12.12
90107........................... 1.5
90117........................... 1.5
90122........................... 1.5
90127........................... 1.5
90717......................... 11.3
90717......................... 11.5
90722......................... 11.3
90722......................... 11.5
90767......................... 11.4
90772......................... 11.4
90782......................... 11.4
90787......................... 11.4
13.16
90792......................... 11.4
90802......................... 11.4
90837........................... 5.4
90842........................... 5.4
91027....................... 12.32
91032....................... 12.32
91037....................... 12.13
91037....................... 12.15
91042....................... 12.13
91042....................... 12.15
91042....................... 12.22
91047....................... 12.17
91047....................... 12.23
91125......................... 3.16
91142......................... 4.19
91192........................... 6.6
91207........................... 5.4
91322......................... 4.19
92082......................... 4.13
92095....................... 12.25
92100....................... 12.25
92437........................... 5.3
92442........................... 5.3
92447........................... 5.3
92452........................... 5.3
92457......................... 4.19
92457......................... 4.21
92457......................... 4.24
92457......................... 4.26
92457......................... 4.28
92460....................... 12.17
92460....................... 12.19
92460....................... 12.21
92462......................... 4.19
92462......................... 4.21
92462......................... 4.24
92462......................... 4.26
92462......................... 4.28
92465....................... 12.17
92465....................... 12.19
92465....................... 12.21
92467......................... 4.19
92467......................... 4.21
92467......................... 4.24
92467......................... 4.26
92467......................... 4.28
92470....................... 12.17
92470....................... 12.19
92470....................... 12.21
92475....................... 12.19
92475....................... 12.21
92480....................... 12.19
92480....................... 12.21
92485....................... 12.17
92485....................... 12.19
92485....................... 12.21
92485....................... 12.23
92490....................... 12.17
92490....................... 12.19
92490....................... 12.21
92495....................... 12.17
92495....................... 12.19
92495....................... 12.21
92495....................... 12.23
92500....................... 12.17
92500....................... 12.19
92500....................... 12.21
92505....................... 12.17
92505....................... 12.19
92505....................... 12.21
92510....................... 12.17
92510....................... 12.19
92510....................... 12.21
92510....................... 12.23
92515....................... 12.17
92515....................... 12.19
92515....................... 12.21
92520....................... 12.17
92520....................... 12.19
92520....................... 12.21
92520....................... 12.23
92525....................... 12.17
92525....................... 12.19
92525....................... 12.21
92525....................... 12.23
92530....................... 12.17
92530....................... 12.19
92530....................... 12.21
92535....................... 12.17
92535....................... 12.19
92535....................... 12.21
92540....................... 12.17
92540....................... 12.19
92540....................... 12.21
92545....................... 12.17
92545....................... 12.19
92545....................... 12.21
92550....................... 12.17
92550....................... 12.19
92550....................... 12.21
92555....................... 12.17
92555....................... 12.19
92555....................... 12.21
92560....................... 12.19
92560....................... 12.21
92585........................... 4.6
92590........................... 4.6
92595........................... 4.6
92600........................... 4.6
92605........................... 4.6
92607....................... 12.13
92610........................... 4.6
92660........................... 1.6
92665........................... 1.6
92670........................... 1.6
92675........................... 1.6
92680........................... 1.6
92682....................... 12.13
92685........................... 1.6
92687....................... 12.13
92687....................... 12.15
92690........................... 4.5
92695........................... 4.5
92700........................... 4.5
92705........................... 4.5
92707......................... 11.6
92710........................... 4.5
92712......................... 11.3
92712......................... 11.6
92712......................... 11.6
92715........................... 4.5
92805....................... 12.19
92805....................... 12.21
92810....................... 12.19
92810....................... 12.21
92850....................... 12.27
92850....................... 12.29
92880....................... 12.19
92880....................... 12.21
92885....................... 12.19
92885....................... 12.21
92890....................... 12.27
92890....................... 12.29
93252......................... 11.6
93257......................... 11.3
93257......................... 11.6
93257......................... 11.6
93262......................... 11.6
93267......................... 11.6
93272......................... 11.6
93277......................... 11.6
93287......................... 4.21
93387......................... 11.5
93392......................... 11.5
93392......................... 11.7
93492......................... 3.12
93497........................... 5.3
93502......................... 11.6
93507......................... 11.6
93557....................... 12.16
93567......................... 11.6
93572......................... 11.6
93577......................... 11.6
93642........................... 5.3
93667......................... 10.2
93667......................... 10.9
93667......................... 10.9
93677......................... 10.2
93682......................... 10.2
93682......................... 10.9
93687......................... 10.2
93687......................... 10.9
93692......................... 10.2
93692......................... 10.9
93692......................... 10.9
93707......................... 3.12
93712......................... 3.12
93717......................... 3.12
93722......................... 3.12
93727......................... 3.12
93732......................... 3.12
93737......................... 3.12
93742......................... 3.12
93747......................... 3.12
93785........................... 7.5
93790........................... 7.5
93907........................... 1.9
93912........................... 1.9
93917........................... 1.9
93922........................... 1.9
93927......................... 11.6
94220......................... 4.31
94682......................... 3.12
95527......................... 11.6
95532......................... 11.3
95532......................... 11.6
95537......................... 11.6
95542......................... 11.6
95547......................... 11.6
95552......................... 11.3
95552......................... 11.6
95557......................... 11.6
95562......................... 11.6
95567......................... 11.6
95572......................... 11.6
95577......................... 11.6
95582......................... 11.6
95587......................... 11.6
95592......................... 11.6
95732....................... 12.16
95737....................... 12.16
95747....................... 12.17
95752....................... 12.17
95757....................... 12.17
95762....................... 12.17
95772......................... 3.19
95782........................... 5.8
95792....................... 12.17
95797....................... 12.17
95802....................... 12.17
95807....................... 12.17
95812....................... 12.17
95822....................... 12.17
95847....................... 12.11
96037......................... 12.9
96037....................... 12.11
96037....................... 12.25
96372........................... 2.5
96372........................... 5.8
96397......................... 3.17
96497......................... 4.21
96502......................... 4.21
96507......................... 4.21
96512......................... 4.21
96517......................... 4.21
96720........................... 4.8
96720........................... 4.8
96725......................... 4.10
96967......................... 11.8
96982........................... 5.8
96987........................... 5.8
96992........................... 5.8
96997........................... 5.8
97045......................... 4.19
97045......................... 4.23
97045......................... 4.24
97045......................... 4.26
97045......................... 4.27
97050......................... 4.19
97050......................... 4.24
97050......................... 4.26
97050......................... 4.27
97065......................... 4.17
97065......................... 4.19
97065......................... 4.24
Catalog Number Index
Catalog
No.
Page
No.
97065......................... 4.26
97065......................... 4.27
97070......................... 4.19
97070......................... 4.26
97070......................... 4.27
97075......................... 4.17
97075......................... 4.19
97075......................... 4.24
97075......................... 4.26
97075......................... 4.27
97080......................... 4.19
97080......................... 4.26
97080......................... 4.27
97212......................... 3.15
97345......................... 4.17
97350......................... 4.17
97365......................... 4.17
97365......................... 4.21
97375........................... 4.4
97415......................... 4.16
97420......................... 4.16
97452........................... 1.8
97462......................... 11.5
97462......................... 11.7
97597....................... 12.15
97787......................... 3.13
97800....................... 12.27
97800....................... 12.29
97822......................... 4.10
97832......................... 11.5
97852......................... 11.5
97882......................... 4.19
97915....................... 12.27
97915....................... 12.29
97920....................... 12.27
97920....................... 12.29
97925....................... 12.27
97925....................... 12.29
97930....................... 12.27
97930....................... 12.29
97935....................... 12.27
97935....................... 12.29
97940....................... 12.27
97940....................... 12.29
97985....................... 12.27
97985....................... 12.29
98005....................... 12.27
98005....................... 12.29
98010....................... 12.27
98010....................... 12.29
98030....................... 12.31
98035....................... 12.31
98040....................... 12.31
98045....................... 12.31
98050....................... 12.27
98050....................... 12.29
98055....................... 12.27
98055....................... 12.29
98060....................... 12.27
98060....................... 12.29
98070....................... 12.27
98070....................... 12.29
98072......................... 12.9
98072....................... 12.11
99545......................... 4.31
13.17
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
Ridge Tool Company is herein referred to as “Ridge” and the customer
or person or entity purchasing goods or services (hereinafter collectively
referred to as “Goods”) is referred to as the “Buyer”. These Terms and
Conditions, any price list or schedule, quotation, acknowledgment or invoice
from Ridge relevant to the sale of the Goods and all documents incorporated
by specific reference therein, constitute the complete and exclusive statement of the terms of the agreement governing the sale of Goods by Ridge
to Buyer. Buyer’s acceptance of the Goods will manifest Buyer’s assent to
these terms and conditions without variation or addition. Any different or additional terms in Buyer’s purchase order or other Buyer documents are hereby
objected to. Ridge reserves the right in its sole discretion to refuse orders.
1. PRICES: Unless a fixed price is quoted, the price at which this order is
accepted is subject to adjustment to Ridge’s price in effect at the time of
order.
2. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Terms are stated on Ridge’s invoice in U.S.
currency. Ridge shall have the right, among other remedies, either to
terminate this agreement or to suspend further performance under this
and/or other agreements with the Buyer in the event Buyer fails to make any
payment when due, which other agreements Buyer and Seller hereby amend
accordingly, or Ridge otherwise deems itself insecure. Buyer shall be liable
for all expenses, including attorneys’ fees, relating to the collection of past
due amounts. Should Buyer’s financial responsibility become unsatisfactory
to Ridge, cash payments or security satisfactory to Ridge may be required by
Ridge for future deliveries and for the goods theretofore delivered. If such
cash payment or security is not provided, in addition to Ridge’s other rights
and remedies, Ridge may discontinue deliveries.
3. SHIPMENT AND DELIVERY: Unless otherwise expressly provided, shipments are made F.O.B. Ridge’s shipping point. Risk of loss or damage and
responsibility shall pass from Ridge to Buyer upon delivery to and receipt by
common carrier. Any claims for shortages or damages suffered in transit are
the responsibility of Buyer and shall be submitted by the Buyer directly to the
carrier. Shortages or damages must be acknowledged and signed for at the
time of delivery. While Ridge will use all reasonable commercial efforts to
maintain the delivery date(s) acknowledged or quoted by Ridge, all shipping
dates are approximate and not guaranteed. Ridge reserves the right to make
partial shipments. Ridge, at its option, shall not be bound to tender delivery
of any Goods for which Buyer has not provided shipping instructions. If the
shipment of the Goods is postponed or delayed by Buyer for any reason,
Buyer agrees to reimburse Ridge for any and all handling and storage costs
and other additional expenses resulting therefrom. All claims for shipping
errors, lost shipments or any other discrepancies must be made within ninety
(90) days or they will be disallowed and deemed waived.
4. Ridge WARRANTY: Ridge covers its products with a LIFETIME WARRANTY against defects in material or workmanship for the life of the tool.
Pipe or drain cleaning tools, rods and cable, are not covered by this warranty
and are considered expendable material. To take advantage of this warranty,
the complete product must be delivered prepaid to RIDGE TOOL COMPANY
or any RIDGE AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER. Pipe wrenches and other
hand tools should be returned to place of purchase. Obviously, failures due
to misuse, abuse, or normal wear and tear are not covered by this warranty.
NO OTHER WARRANTY, WRITTEN OR ORAL, APPLIES. No employee, agent,
dealer, or other person is authorized to give any warranty on behalf of Ridge.
13.18
Warranted products will be repaired or replaced at our option at no charge
and returned via prepaid transportation. Such replacement or repair is the
exclusive remedy available from Ridge. Ridge is not liable for damage of any
sort, including without limitation incidental and consequential damages.
This warranty shall not apply to any Goods which:
a. Have been repaired or altered outside Ridge’s factory (or Authorized
Service Center) or in any manner so as, in Ridge’s judgment, to affect its
serviceability or proper operation.
b. Have been subjected by persons other than Ridge (or Authorized Service
Center) to improper handling, operation, maintenance, repair or alteration.
c. Have been subjected to misuse, negligence, improper installation or
accident. Ridge’s obligation under this warranty, and the Buyer’s exclusive
remedy for the breach thereof, shall be limited to, at Ridge’s option, repair
or replacement of any allegedly defective Goods or issuance of credit. Ridge
requires the return of any allegedly defective Goods, transportation prepaid,
before honoring any claim. All returned Goods are subject to inspection,
and if examination does not disclose any defect covered by this warranty,
replacement of such Goods or issuance of credit for same will not be
approved.
THE FOREGOING CONSTITUTES RIDGE’S SOLE WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITY AND BUYER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY WHETHER SOUNDING IN TORT,
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE
EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT. THERE ARE NO OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHETHER OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE. RIDGE SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY CHARACTER IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, RESALE
OR USE OF THE GOODS.
This warranty extends only to persons or organizations who purchase the
Goods from Ridge for resale.
5. LIMITATION OF REMEDY AND LIABILITY: THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER SHALL BE LIMITED
TO REPAIR, CORRECTION, REPLACEMENT OR CREDIT UNDER SECTION 4.
RIDGE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES CAUSED BY DELAY IN
PERFORMANCE, AND IN NO EVENT, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF THE
CLAIM OR CAUSE OF ACTION (WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, INFRINGEMENT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, OTHER TORT OR OTHERWISE),
SHALL RIDGE’S LIABILITY TO BUYER AND/OR ITS CUSTOMERS EXCEED
THE PRICE PAID BY BUYER FOR THE SPECIFIC GOODS GIVING RISE TO THE
CLAIM OR CAUSE OF ACTION, AND BUYER SHALL INDEMNIFY RIDGE FOR
ANY DAMAGES IN EXCESS THEREOF. BUYER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT
SHALL RIDGE’S LIABILITY TO BUYER AND/OR ITS CUSTOMERS INCLUDE
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES, WHICH ARE
WAIVED BY BUYER AND AS TO WHICH BUYER SHALL INDEMNIFY RIDGE.
The term “consequential damages” shall include, but not be limited to, loss
of anticipated profits, business interruption, loss of use of revenue, cost of
capital or loss of or damage to property or equipment, or loss of reputation.
Further, Buyer shall indemnify and hold Ridge harmless from any liability to
Buyer, Buyer’s employees, workers, contractors or any other persons arising
out of Buyer’s, or any other persons’ use of the Goods. All instructions and
warnings supplied by Ridge will be passed on to those persons who use the
Goods. Ridge’s Goods are to be used in their recommended applications and
all warning labels adhered to the Goods by Ridge shall be left intact.
12. U.S. EXPORT CONTROL LAWS: All Goods sold to Buyer by Ridge hereunder are subject to U.S. Export Control Laws. Buyer hereby agrees not to
re-sell or divert any goods contrary to such laws.
6. EXCUSE OF PERFORMANCE (FORCE MAJEURE): Ridge shall not be liable
for delays in performance or for non-performance due to acts of God; acts
of Buyer; war; fire; flood; weather; sabotage; strikes, labor disputes, civil
disturbances or riots; governmental requests, restrictions, allocations, laws,
regulations, orders or actions; unavailability of or delays in transportation;
default of suppliers; or unforeseen circumstances or events beyond Ridge’s
reasonable control. Deliveries or other performance may be suspended for
an appropriate period of time or cancelled by Ridge upon notice to Buyer in
the event of any of the foregoing, but the balance of this agreement shall
otherwise remain unaffected.
13. SELLER/CONTRACTOR shall comply with all applicable federal, state or
local laws, rules, regulations, or orders. Seller/Contractor shall comply with
Executive Order 11246, as amended by the Executive Order 11375, and the
applicable provisions of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs
(OFCCP), 41 CFR Part 60, which are incorporated herein by this reference.
If Ridge determines that its ability to supply the total demand for the Goods,
or to obtain material used directly or indirectly in the manufacture of the
Goods, is hindered, limited or made impracticable due to causes set forth
herein, Ridge may allocate its available supply of the Goods or such material
(without obligation to acquire other supplies of any such Goods or materials)
among itself and its purchasers on such basis as Ridge determines to be
equitable without liability for any failure of performance which may result
therefrom.
7. CHANGES: Ridge reserves the right to change designs and specifications
for standard Goods without prior notice to Buyer, but not with respect to
custom Goods being made for Buyer. Ridge shall have no obligation to install
or make such change in any Goods manufactured prior to the date of such
change.
8. ASSIGNMENT: Buyer shall not assign its rights or delegate its duties
hereunder or any interest herein without the prior written consent of Ridge,
and any such assignment, without such consent, shall be void.
9. INSTALLATION: Buyer shall be responsible for receiving, inspecting, testing, storing, installing, starting up and maintaining all Goods.
10. INSPECTION/TESTING: Buyer, at its expense, agrees that it will promptly
inspect the Goods upon receipt thereof, and in no event later than thirty
(30) days from the date of receipt of the Goods. Buyer shall deliver to Ridge
within fifteen (15) days of inspection, but in no event later than forty-five
(45) days from the date of receipt of the Goods, written notice of any and
all deficiencies, defects, variations from specifications or complaints of any
kind with respect to the quantity, quality, condition, shipment, performance,
price or appearance of the Goods so received by Buyer. In the event no such
written notice is received by Ridge, Buyer shall be deemed conclusively to
have inspected and accepted all such Goods unconditionally and to have
waived any and all rights and claims, including without limitation any right
to reject the Goods or to claim damages in respect thereof. Buyer may not
return Goods without first advising Ridge of the reasons therefore, obtaining
from Ridge a material authorization number and observing such instructions
as Ridge may give in authorizing such return.
14. MISCELLANEOUS: These terms and conditions supersede all other
communications, negotiations and prior oral or written statements regarding
the subject matter hereof. No change, modification, rescission, discharge,
abandonment, or waiver of these terms and conditions shall be binding upon
Ridge unless made in writing and signed on its behalf by its duly authorized
representative. No conditions, usage or trade, course of dealing or performance, understanding or agreement purporting to modify, vary, explain, or
supplement these terms and conditions shall be binding unless hereafter
made in writing and signed by Seller. No modification shall be effected by
Ridge’s receipt or acceptance of Buyer’s purchase orders, shipping instruction forms, or other documentation containing terms at variance with or in
addition to those set forth herein, all of which are objected to by Ridge. No
waiver by Ridge with respect to any breach or default of any right or remedy
and no course of dealing, shall be deemed to constitute a continuing waiver
of any other breach or default of any other right or remedy, unless such
waiver be expressed in writing and signed by Ridge. All typographical or
clerical errors made by Ridge in any quotation, acknowledgment or publication are subject to correction.
The validity, performance, and all other matters relating to the interpretation
and effect of this agreement shall be governed by the laws of the state of
Ohio without regard to its conflict of law principles. Buyer and Ridge agree
that the proper venue for all actions arising in connection herewith shall be
only in Ohio and the parties agree to submit to such jurisdiction. No action,
regardless of form, arising out of transactions relating to this contract, may
be brought by either party more than two (2) years after the cause of action
has accrued. Further, the United Nations Convention on the International
Sale of Goods (1980) (as amended from time to time) shall not apply to this
Purchase Order or any transactions relating thereto.
11. SERVICES: If this agreement requires Ridge to perform or provide any
services, Ridge (including without limitation its successors, assigns, agents
or any person or entity acting at Ridge’s direction) shall not be responsible
for any damages, claims, liabilities or expenses of any nature arising out of
such services.
13.19
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