RIDGID® Threaders can handle heavy-duty environments and large-scale commercial pipefitting and plumbing jobs. Our complete line of power drives, machines, and ratchet threaders can cut custom threads into any standard pipe diameter. Our threading machine kits include all the equipment you need to get started threading and cutting custom lengths of steel, aluminum and copper pipes.
Ridgid die heads and handles can offer an affordable and simple way to cut custom threads into metal pipes. These tools may be good options for machine shops or professionals who need to thread and cut the occasional pipe. Ratchet threader sets include a complete selection of die heads for threading several different pipe diameters. Ridgid pipe/tubing cutters come in a variety of styles for cutting softer metals like copper and aluminum.
For bigger jobs or larger pipe diameters and lengths, our machines and heavy-duty power drives can help get the work done faster. Most of our threading machines include everything you need to complete threading a cutting job including: cutting wheels, reamers, motors, die heads and oil flow controller. Fit a threading machine on a worktable for heavier and thicker lengths of pipe for increased accuracy and ease. Pair a roll groover with a complete power drive set for even longer and heavier pipes. Power drive sets include an oiler, motor, reamer, die heads and foot pedal.
Our ratchet heads and handles are fabricated from die cast steel and heavy-duty cast iron for a lifetime of precision and workmanship. Look for replacement heads and threader dies in the complete line of Ridgid threader accessories. Our stands and carts have reinforced wheels to make it easier to move machinery around the workshop or at the worksite.
All Ridgid pipe threaders are covered by a lifetime manufacturer's warranty against workmanship and factory defects. Home improvement specialists, handymen and general contractors may want to keep our ratchet threaders on hand for the occasional repair and remodel job. Ridgid threading tools can be used by experienced professionals in the shop or on the jobsite.