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.
- Automatic chuck.
- Large 6.6 l (1.75 gallon) oil reservoir.
- Large chip tray.
- 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.
Steel Cabinet Features
- 17-gauge steel walls and welded construction.
- Two internal and one external storage shelves.
- Oversized bi-fold door with steel clasp.
- Cut-outs for power cord and foot switch storage.
- Two drain plugs for easy cleaning.
|Pipe Capacity||1/8"-2" (3 mm-50 mm) 2 1/2"-4" (62 mm-100 mm) with 141 geared threader.|
|Bolt Capacity||1/4"-2” (8 mm-50 mm).|
|Switches||Forward/off/reverse and integral safety foot switch.|
|Chuck||Automatic with four reversible forged jaws.|
|Rear Centering Device||Automatic, centering only.|
|Cutters||Self-centering, full-floating. Two models available:|
|Model 820 Wheel-Type Cutter, pipe capacity 1/8-2'' (6-50 mm), bolt capacity 1/4-1'' (8-25 mm).|
|Model 821 Blade Type Cutter, pipe capacity 1/2-2'' (15-50 mm).|
|Reamer||5-flute cone, RH, 1/8"-2" (3 mm-50 mm).|
|Oil Pump||Self-priming gerotor oil pump.|
|RH/LH combination reamer available.|
|Catalog Number||Model No.||Description||Die Head||RPM||Voltage (V)||Frequency (Hz)||Phase||Motor Type||Amp Draw (A)||Power||Weight|
|84097||535A||1/2" - 2" NPT Automatic Chuck Machine||811A||16/46/58||120||60||1||Induction||18||2 HP||350||159|
|91142||535A||Automatic Chuck Machine Only - No Die Head or Dies||16/46/58||120||60||1||Induction||18||2 HP||340||155|
|91322||535A||1/2" - 2" NPT Automatic Chuck Machine||816/817||16/46/58||115||60||1||Induction||18||2 HP||360||163|
Model 535A Machine Accessories
|Catalog Number||Model No.||Description||Weight|
|42365||341||341 Reamer Assy||6 3/4||3.2|
|42390||820||820 Cutter Assy||8 1/2||3.9|
|92457||100A||100A Universal Leg & Tray Stand||75||34.5|
|92462||150A||150A Universal Wheel & Tray Stand||103||46.7|
|92467||200A||200A Universal Wheel & Cabinet Stand||104||47.2|
|51005||819||819 Nipple Chuck Complete, 1/2" - 2" NPT||10 1/2||4.8|
|35867||839||839 Adapter Kit for Model 1822/535A Machine||16 1/2||7.5|
|97882||535A||Kit 141 on 535 Auto Chuck with High-Clearance Carriage||12||5.4|
|12138||535A||535A Left Hand Threading Kit||2 1/2||1.2|
|42485||4U||4V Die Head Rack (4 Heads)||8 1/2||3.9|
|42490||6U||6V Die Head Rack (6 Heads)||12 1/2||5.7|
|97065||811A||811A 1/8” - 2” NPT Die Head, Self-Opening, RH||13||5.7|
|97075||815A||815A 1/8" - 2" NPT Die Head, Self-Opening, RH||13||5.9|
|23282||842||842 1/8" - 2" NPT QO Universal Die Head||12 1/2||5.7|
|97070||811A||811A 1/8” - 2” BSPT Die Head, Self-Opening, RH||12 1/2||5.7|
|97080||815A||815A 1/8" - 2" BSPT Die Head, Self-Opening, RH||13||5.9|
|97045||531||531 1/4"-1"Bolt Die Head Quick-Open R.H./L.H.||7 1/2||3.4|
|97050||532||532 1-1/8"-2"Bolt Die Head Quick-Open R.H./L.H.||9||4.1|
|84537||816||816 1/8” - 3/4” NPT Die Head, Semi-Automatic, RH||13||5.9|
|84532||817||817 1” - 2” NPT Die Head, Semi-Automatic, RH||13||5.9|
|23297||856||856 1/8" - 2" BSPT SO Universal Die Head||12 1/2||5.7|
hi i have a 535 threading machine.recently it is cutting a very bad thread ,got new set of dies but same problem. tried everything to solve problem.an
There can be a number of reasons that one gets bad threads. Some things to check are as follows: The easiest and most often overlooked piece of the puzzle is the oil. Just like in a car it can break down and not perform as it needs to leading to poor threads and lower than expected die life. A quick check can be done by simply checking to see the amount of residue in the oil reservoir. Once the machine is off, unplug it and remove the chip tray. Then you can take a putty knife or even a screwdriver and scrape the bottom of the reservoir, if you bring back a collection of sludge on the tip of the too used then it is time to change the oil. That sludge will need to be removed and the reservoir flushed out with mineral spirits prior to refilling the machine with oil. Another thing to check is the condition of the die head itself. Start with the die head post, this is the pin that plugs into the carriage when the die head is inserted to the machine. It should be perpendicular to the machine and secure. If it is bent or loose it can allow the die head to move excessively and create bad threads. Another part of the die head is the cam plate, this controls the location of the dies and could also be the culprit. If the cam plate is worn on the die head it can allow the dies to move excessively and create a poor thread. The condition of the carriage on the machine and the bearings of the machine itself can also be contributing factors. Both, when worn can lead to excess slop in the machine which can also lead to poor thread quality. As you can see there can be many things that can go wrong and in some case it could be the material itself. It might be a good idea to give us a call and we can help you diagnose these things in more detail. It may save you a trip to a service center. I hope this is helpful. If you still have questions or concerns please contact Technical Support at 888-743-4333. Thank you RIDGID
Date published: 2014-05-17
knowing the price
Dear sir pls need to know price of the following items RIDGID treading machines Model No. 535A 535 1224 Optinal die heads for 535A and 535 and 1224 Pip and bolt tor machine die heads Incliding the cost of shipment to Jeddah , Saudia Arabia Regards
Tighten jaws on 535A
We use the 535A to thread rod (bolt thread) the jaws of the 535A do not thighten on the material. I saw in the reviews that you can send instructions to tighten the jaws on this machine. May I have a copy of those instructions? These are the (4) jaws that grip & hold the material on the auto locking chuck.