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  • Roll Groover

    I'm looking to buy a roll groover for our maintenance department. We have a 535 threader and I'm wondering about pros and cons of a stand alone unit versus an add on for the 535. The Rigid online catalog is a bit confusing ( to me ) on what models work with the 535.
    We have a bunch of domestic water piping to replace, most likely with sch. 10 stainless, mostly 3". Any advice?

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    For no more than you are going to be grooving I would get one to fit on the 535. Ridgid makes the 918 that has a base to fit on the 535. More groovers are set up to work on 300 machines because that is the standard for sprinkler companies. As far as a stand alone machine, they are pricey.
    Check out ebay, they have some new and used ones. There are some chi-com brands out there but I would stay away frome them. Find a ridgid, victaulic, or berkley these are the better ones, tripple r specialty and pace follow next and then the chi-com.

    Good luck with it.

    G3

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      Re: Roll Groover

      Thanks for the help.

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        Re: Roll Groover

        Originally posted by Mike Millwright View Post
        I'm looking to buy a roll groover for our maintenance department. We have a 535 threader and I'm wondering about pros and cons of a stand alone unit versus an add on for the 535. The Rigid online catalog is a bit confusing ( to me ) on what models work with the 535.
        We have a bunch of domestic water piping to replace, most likely with sch. 10 stainless, mostly 3". Any advice?
        don't forget the right grooving wheels for SS
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