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 makes the 535 ideal for longer uninterrupted threading. 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.
- Large 1.75 gallon (6.6 L) oil tray.
- Large chip tray.
- Generous top cover for keeping tools and fittings handy.
- High clearance carriage makes threading easier.
- Speed chuck with rocker-action jaws centers and grips work piece instantly.
- Can be used with geared Models 141 and 161 threaders.
- Uses Model 816/817 semiautomatic, Model 815A self-opening or Model 811A quick-opening die heads.
- Length gauge for quick, accurate cut-off.
- 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.
- Die heads and dies.
- Die head racks.
- Three models of stands available.
- Thread cutting oil.
- Nipple chuck.
|Pipe Capacity||1/8"-2" (3mm-50mm) 2 1/2"-4" (62mm-100mm), 4"-6" (100mm-150mm) with 141 and 161 geared threaders.|
|Bolt Capacity||1/4"-2" (6mm-50mm).|
|Switches||Forward/off/reverse and integral foot switch.|
|Chuck||Speed Chuck™ with three replaceable rocker-action jaw inserts.|
|Rear Centering Device||Cam-action, turns with chuck.|
|Cutters||Self-centering, full-floating. Two models available: Standard Model 820 Wheel-Type Cutter, pipe capacity 1/8"-2" (3mm-50mm), bolt capacity 1/4"-1" (6mm-25mm). Optional Model 821 Blade-Type cutter, pipe capacity 1/2"-2" (12mm-50mm). See ordering chart.|
|Reamer||5-flute cone, RH, 1/8"-2" (3mm-50mm).|
|Oil Pump||Self-priming gerotor oil pump.|
|Reamers||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|
|93287||535||1/2" - 2" NPT Hammer Chuck Machine||
||36||115||50 - 60||1||Universal||15||1/2 HP||260.0||117.9|
|96497||535||Hammer Chuck Machine Only - No Die Head or Dies||-||36||115||50 - 60||1||Universal||15||1/2 HP||245.0||111.1|
|96502||535||1/2" - 2" NPT Hammer Chuck Machine||811A||54||115||50 - 60||1||Universal||20||1/2 HP||260.0||117.9|
|96507||535||1/2" - 2" NPT Hammer Chuck Machine||811A||36||230||50 - 60||1||Universal||7.5||1/2 HP||260.0||117.9|
|Catalog Number||Model No.||Description||Weight|
|16723||Drive Link Assembly for High Clearance Carriage||12||5.5|
|42405||844||Drive Bar for Geared Threaders||5 3/4||2.6|
|42415||768||141 Drive Link Assembly||2 1/2||1.1|
|51005||819||819 Nipple Chuck Complete, 1/2" - 2" NPT||10 1/2||4.8|
|84537||816||816 1/8” - 3/4” NPT Die Head, Semi-Automatic, RH||13||5.9|
|42365||341||341 Reamer Assy||6 3/4||3.2|
|42390||820||820 Cutter Assy||8 1/2||3.9|
|58007||Machine Stand Adapter Bracket (for Machines Made Prior to 1996)||17||7.7|
|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|
|96517||MJ-1||MJ-1 535M Left Hand Threading Kit||3 1/2||1.6|
|97365||Jaw Insert Set f/ PL Coated Pipe (Pack of 3)||1/2||0.2|
|84532||817||817 1” - 2” NPT Die Head, Semi-Automatic, RH||13||5.9|
Model 535 Threading Machine is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DParcell from Awesome Reliability Have had this product for over 10 yrs and no problem what so ever. I use this machine daily and have never had a issue with performance. this has been the best use of money ever spent !!!!
Date published: 2014-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by PlumbingInstructor from Very durable! These machines last! The original is still in service from when I went to school here in the early 80's.
Date published: 2014-11-24
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Date published: 2014-08-27