Product News: Machinery & Machining Tools

Pipe Cutters come in sizes for large and small diameters.

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January 10, 2013 - Designed for manual cuts on 40–42 in. steel pipe, RC42S Rotary™ Cutter tightens via included wrench and requires 11.8 in. clearance. Pipe snaps off squarely once operator works RC42S manually around cut zone. For 2–4 in. steel, cast iron, or ductile iron pipe, LCRC4 Low Clearance Rotary™ Cutter features heavy-duty construction and requires 4 in. clearance around pipe to make cut. Proprietary cutter wheels are used in both models.

Reed Manufacturing Co.

1425 W. 8th St., P.O. Box 1321, Erie, PA, 16512, USA

Original Press Release

Reed Rotary(TM) Cutters Stretch (and Shrink) to New Sizes

Press release date: January 9, 2013

Reed introduces exclusive Rotary™ Cutters in new sizes for the biggest and smallest pipe diameters.  The new RC42S Rotary Cutter is designed for manual cuts on 40 - 42 inch (1016 – 1067 mm) steel pipe.  Using the proven cutting mechanics of Reed's Rotary Cutter line, the RC42 takes advantage of good leverage from its long handle which is used to turn the cutter.  An included wrench is used to tighten the cutter and only 11.8 inches (300 mm) clearance is needed.  Pipe snaps off squarely once the operator works the RC42S manually around the cut zone.  On the small side of the spectrum, Reed is now offering an LCRC4 Low Clearance Rotary™ Cutter for 2 - 4 inch (60 – 125 mm) steel, cast iron, or ductile iron pipe.  Also of heavy-duty construction, this junior-sized cutter requires just 4 inch clearance around the pipe to make the cut.  Quality Reed cutter wheels are used in both the RC42S and the LCRC4 models, thus ensuring a great cut due in part to the wheels' thin profile design.

Reed Manufacturing Company
PO Box 1321
Erie, PA  16512
800-666-3691 or 814-452-3691
FAX:  800-456-1697 or 814-455-1697

NOW IN STOCK:  DEB1 Deburring Tools for ½”, ¾”, and 1” plastic pipe.  Contact for more details.

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