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3/8\" Thread Rod Cutter (Here ya go Kal)

Their pro-press system?

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  • Paul Rohrs_7
    Paul Rohrs_7 Member Posts: 173
    3/8\" All-Thread

    Talking with Kal and Moses, they also use a ton of 3/8" all-thread rod. Here is a link to a cutter that is one of the slickest, most time-saving tools I own.

    It needs NO deburring after cutting so the nuts go right on. No power,no problem. Don't want to lug around your chop saw. This is THE ticket.


    Leo Pirito left Mupro NA to work at ARGCO with Jim Stoddard. I know they are updating their website so if you have any issues contacting them, email leo@argco.com

    Kal, Matt loves this tool. He can cut the rod in 1/8" increments if needed.
  • Empire_2
    Empire_2 Member Posts: 2,343
    Hey Paul

    Quite expensive though......? If it saves time I guess it'll work, but what about burrs?

    Mike T.
  • bob young
    bob young Member Posts: 2,177
    hack saw

    Hack saw works pretty good or a cord less sawzall or corded for that matter. if ya know how to use 'em. that is something like an old beverly shear.
  • Rich P_3
    Rich P_3 Member Posts: 34

    My very old porta band is like my right arm these days
    so smooth, clean and smooth, kinda sounds like a cold beer yum
  • Jim Bennett
    Jim Bennett Member Posts: 607
    I have one...

    I LOVE it!

    Beats sawzall, hacksaw Hands down!

    one quick clip, no burrs, thread a nut right on.
    Jim Bennett
  • hot_rod
    hot_rod Member Posts: 22,109
    use the force, Luke...

    seems when I have a job involving threaded rod, it's up on the scaffolding or scissor lift. It's nice to have a quick easy un-emcumbered way to cut rod while you are up.

    With this cutter you can screw the rod into the anchor then cut to length, if you chose.

    I imagine these REMS jaws fit cord or cordless press tools.

    REMS also have a 1/2" threaded rod jaw as well as wire cutters.

    Use the same tool to cut the rod and press the fittings!

    Check with Leo for these REMS tools also.

    hot rod
    Bob "hot rod" Rohr
    trainer for Caleffi NA
    Living the hydronic dream
  • A.J._3
    A.J._3 Member Posts: 4
    It's a few bucks

    But once you have one you will love it trussst me.
  • Mitch_5
    Mitch_5 Member Posts: 102
    I use a small Dewalt angle grinder

    with a metal cut off blade.

    Lite and quick if you do not mind the sparks.

    Mitch S.

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  • Moses
    Moses Member Posts: 93
    3/8 All-Thread

    Thank's Paul for the link, we will be ordering 1 this week.

    It was a great pleasure to meet you and Matt. Me and Kal really enjoyed very much your and Matt company, maybe one day we will do it again, either in our neck of woods, or in yours.

    I thank the entire staff at Lochinvar for making our stay very pleasurable, and memorable

  • adambuild
    adambuild Member Posts: 414

    I love that tool! We don't use enough threaded rod to justify it. I always use my 4 1/2" gringer to cut rod. I never have a problem threading the nuts.

  • TGO_54
    TGO_54 Member Posts: 327
    rod cutter

    I have used a hacksaw, abrasive chop saw, sawszall, and angle grinder. The rod cutter beats them all, and is the Safest tool by far.

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  • Paul Rohrs_7
    Paul Rohrs_7 Member Posts: 173

    Bumped for Kal. Great meeting with you and Moses.


  • Dave_4
    Dave_4 Member Posts: 1,405

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