Booth visitors can also enter to win a Carhartt® jacket during one of two planned demos
Elyria, Ohio — Plumbers will be able to experience the most recent RIDGID® innovations in diagnostic, locating and drain cleaning equipment at the 2017 WWETT Show, February 23-25, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Attendees can participate in hands-on demonstrations of the latest in hand-held inspection cameras, digital reporting monitors, locating tools and more at the RIDGID booth (#1354). Each product is designed to enhance efficiency of the toughest job, without sacrificing quality.
“We’re excited to show off some of our newest tools at the WWETT show that make the tough jobs of plumbing professionals a little bit easier,” said James McGregor, RIDGID Director Global Marketing. “Our decades of experience give us the insights we need to develop tools that enhance efficiency and get results.”
Some of the RIDGID solutions on display at booth #1354, include:
• Digital Inspection Monitors with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
RIDGID has added Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities to its line of digital reporting monitors for drain line inspections. The CS65x provides one-touch image recording for fast, efficient documentation of inspections, along with a new, faster processer and solid state hard drive. In addition, the CS6x and CS6xPak are also designed to stream and record inspections to a designated phone or tablet using the free downloadable iOS or Android companion app.
• Micro CA-150 and Micro CA-350
RIDGID recently introduced its next generation of hand-held inspection cameras – the Micro CA-150 and Micro CA-350 – for improved drain line inspections and reporting. The Micro CA-150 helps users to perform more detailed visual inspections, now saving up to 20 inspection images that can be reviewed later, on the screen. The Micro CA-350 Inspection Camera, now standard with a 12V rechargeable Li-Ion battery, lasts up to eight hours for more in-depth inspections and takes only 45 minutes to recharge.
The new PEX-One 12V Battery PEX Tool is designed for one-handed use, for easy and accurate press connections anywhere on the job. At five pounds, the PEX-One allows contractors to easily get rid of their manual press tools and is thirty percent lighter than other battery-powered tools that can make press connections on PEX.
• STRAPLOCK Pipe Handle
The first of its kind in the plumbing industry, the STRAPLOCK Pipe Handle simplifies the installation and maintenance of large diameter plastic pipe by helping users securely grip the pipe and apply force in all directions.