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Ridgid 600 Power Drive Complete 36912 with includes dies

August 22, 2013

A Powerful Handheld Drive

Ridgid 600 Power Drive Complete 36912 with includes dies

The Ridgid 36912 600 Power Drive Complete  with included dies is a convenient handheld drive tool that matches the two major components a professional needs the most , that being power and portability. Powerfully built with a 120 Volt universal motor that pushes a complete 1/2 of quality horse power. Additionally, all of that power is built right into the aluminum housing, right inside of the handheld tool’s frame. Furthermore, the Ridgid 36912 offers the ultimate power to complete all professional applications, including onsite heavy duty work such as a gas line pipe installation. The spindle speed runs at 32 RPM’s with no load and has a pipe capacity of 1/8″ -1 1/4″ or otherwise measured at 3mm-32mm. The 600 Power Drive tool is designed for RIDGID 11R die heads, is CSA approved, and is approved by UL Standards.

     Ridgid 36912 Includes Several Die Heads

The Ridgid 600 Power Drive Complete 36912 includes the following die heads and sizes including one  1/2″ Die Head, one 3/4″ Die Head, one 1″ Die Head, one 1-1/4″ Die Head, which are conveniently stored all together in a Ridgid brand case that comes with purchase.

Power Drive Safety

The Ridgid Power Drive 600 is made to turn threaders. In addition you can secure the Power Drive using an optional 601 support arm as an accessory to the tool, by holding the power drive firmly. One important note to that is to only secure the 601 to the aluminum gear case, as using the motor housing or handle will cause break and damage to the 600 Power Drive. Another important fact of taking care of your Ridgid 600, is to never use damaged or dull die heads, as they tend to make the power drive too difficult to control while in use, and the results would be unpredictable.

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