New Ridgid 12V Compact ProPress Tool RP241

 

Ridgid RP200 vs RP241

There’s no denying that the Ridgid Propress RP200 delivered professional results in a compact size, contractors reliability could depended on. A professional grade, powerful ram output of 5400 lbs, delivered over 100 presses per charge in 18V however as a compact option left a little to be desired, slightly heavier and larger than its competitors. Introducing the new Ridgid RP 241 ($1430-$1940 price depends on how many heads in kit), the next generation of compact inline pressing tool. The RP 241 uses the smaller 12V battery platform, same as the PEX-ONE tool. For Ridgid ProPress users on the 18V platform there is still the smaller press tool RP 210 ($1525-$2010) or heavy duty RP 340 ($2222 – $3169) both should remain for sometime.    

ProPress 12v RP241

th enew RP 241 is 25% smaller and 10 percent lighter than the 200 series it replaces, making it the ideal solution for pressing copper, stainless steel, black steel and PEX in hard to reach areas. Its lightweight, ergonomically improved design helps minimize fatigue and maximizes productivity. The new RP 241 model comes equipped with a 12V battery, providing over 140 crimps per charge. Its lightweight, 7.4 lb. frame (including the battery and jaws) is only 15.8 inches…12% shorter in length than the previous model. Easily connecting to the Ridgid Link, it provides vital information such as crimp data, service history and more, can do so through the convenient Ridgid Link.

A few other important features to note is the new 180-degree rotation, allowing users to access difficult to reach areas. A bolt sensor to prevent the tool from being used until it is in the proper position, which ensures a quality press. It’s compatible with ALL prior Ridgid compact series jaws and attachments. Backed by a lifetime warranty.

Ridgid ProPress RP241

Specifications RP241
Copper and Stainless Steel Capacity: 1/2″ – 1 1/4″
Pex Capacity: 1/2″ – 1 1/2″
Steel Capacity: 1/2″ – 3/4″
Power: 12V Advanced Lithium 2.5 Battery
Weight: Tool Only: 4.8 lbs Tool w/Battery 5.2 lbs Tool w/Battery & 1/2″ Jaw 7.4 lbs
Length: 15.8″
Height: 4.25″
Crimp Cycle Time: ~5 seconds
Lighting: Large LED-light for no or low-light environments.
Charge: 140+ crimps per charge.
Model Design: Inline design to help access tight spaces.
Service Cycle Interval: 32,000

 

 

 

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