MRO Magazine

Ridgid pipe saw


Engineering

May 27, 2021
By Maryam Farag


Industries

Photo: Ridgid.

Ridgid, a part of Emerson’s tools portfolio, introduced a new tool for cutting pipe: the pipe saw.

The transportable pipe saw cuts one-inch to 12-inch pipe up to a ½-inch wall thickness.

The pipe saw is configured to cut steel and stainless steel, and with a switch to one of the optional blades, it can cut plastic and cast steel. The pipe saw secures to the pipe with a rugged three-point roller system that sets up and cuts up to 12-inch pipe in minutes.

Handlebars and feed rate speed monitoring with LED interface enable controlled rotation from a comfortable, ergonomic position. It has built-in handles and cord wrap.

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