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Old 01-12-2019, 02:13 PM   #1
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Electric Soldering Machines for Sale

Retired, and selling off tools .


One is the Rigid RT 100. The other is the RT 175.

The # 100 solders up to 1 1/2" copper.
The # 175 solders up to 3" copper

We used them for repines in an apartment complex to avoid using a flame in the partially opened walls.

They are $400.00 each. $ 750.00 for both at one time. Shipping extra.

Also have ratchet (Rigid) and scissor (Reed) type soil pipe cutters for sale


PM if interested or looking for other items, also see two postings below.


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too expensive for used, I can buy brand new with warranty for $635 for the 100 https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...ILSl5V40Drjcd-
how old are they? bill of sale to show when purchased?
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too expensive for used, I can buy brand new with warranty for $635 for the 100 https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...ILSl5V40Drjcd-
how old are they? bill of sale to show when purchased?

If you are interested send me a PM and we can discuss.
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If you are interested send me a PM and we can discuss.
where are you located?
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I entered the wrong prices off my spread sheet


Correct pricing is :


The # 100 solders up to 1 1/2" copper. - $ 280.00 (New= $635.00)
The # 175 solders up to 3" copper $400.00 (New= $ 1100.00)


Both plus shipping.


Note: The smaller unit does not include a carrying case, in spite of what some of the pictures from Rigid imply. The larger unit has a carrying case.
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I entered the wrong prices off my spread sheet


Correct pricing is :


The # 100 solders up to 1 1/2" copper. - $ 280.00 (New= $635.00)
The # 175 solders up to 3" copper $400.00 (New= $ 1100.00)


Both plus shipping.


Note: The smaller unit does not include a carrying case, in spite of what some of the pictures from Rigid imply. The larger unit has a carrying case.

ok thats decent pricing, how much use do they have? how long does it take for the 100 to heat up a fitting on 1/2 and 3/4 copper to solder with lead free solder?
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Easier than soldering.
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Easier than soldering.

not if you cant fit that big thing into restricted spots where the piping is, mostly now I use pex...
a few times it would have been nice to solder with no flame to burn anything..
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not if you cant fit that big thing into restricted spots where the piping is, mostly now I use pex...
a few times it would have been nice to solder with no flame to burn anything..
I was about so say the same thing, it wouldn't fit on the majority of my jobs. Even my close quarter angle pex crimper often doesn't gfit. I bought a manual pex vise, the tiniest available. That soldering iron is tempting, it would come in handy preventing melting and burning a tub surround or something very flammable. I would need to leave it at home, too many tools in the van. Do I want to spend another hour drive to go and get it? Will the customer be furious paying for that time?

Another example I replaced a T/S valve and the woman said I did good work putting it back in copper, she would have a fit if I transitioned to pex.
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Never mind 400$ for the iron will turn out to be 700$ CAD.
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