Pressing tool

The RP 330 pressing tool comes in corded and lithium-ion battery-powered versions. The tool’s jaw rotates 270 degrees, and its flattened top makes it suitable for use in confined areas. It presses 1/2- to 4-inch joints and is compatible with all standard RIDGID pressing jaws; a three- or six-jaw kit is offered with both tool versions.
By Plant Engineering Staff March 15, 2008

The RP 330 pressing tool comes in corded and lithium-ion battery-powered versions. The tool’s jaw rotates 270 degrees, and its flattened top makes it suitable for use in confined areas. It presses 1/2- to 4-inch joints and is compatible with all standard RIDGID pressing jaws; a three- or six-jaw kit is offered with both tool versions. Indicator lights allow users to monitor the tool’s performance, and an audible signal alerts users that the pressing cycle is complete.

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