RIDGID? provides certainty and efficiency to the expert trades by delivering innovative products which anticipate and exceed the demanding expectations of our customers.
Since the day we invented the modern pipe wrench, we’ve made it our mission to build for the world’s expert tradespeople – those who know the limits of the job and how to exceed them.
Why do so many professionals choose RIDGID? tools? The answer is simple…trust. Millions of RIDGID tools go to work every day in plants, on construction sites and in countless other harsh environments.
These tools operate in extremes of heat and cold, withstand dirt and mud, and perform reliably day in and day out. RIDGID tools are known the world over as industry-leading products that allow professionals like you to complete jobs more quickly and reliably.
Some invent to change the world, at RIDGID we invent for those who build it. In 1923, we invented the modern pipe wrench and since then everything that carries the RIDGID name has been designed and crafted for strength, effectiveness and legacy.
At Boston-based mechanical contracting firm E.M. Duggan, the RIDGID? B-500 Transportable Pipe Beveller saves valuable time.
Ergonomics is the study of humans interacting with their work. It observes how changing tools and workspaces to match the users improves productivity, decreases operator injuries, and ultimately saves companies money. Greenlee partnered with Iowa State University’s ATHENA lab, a premier engineering and scientific leader in ergonomic testing. Together we tested some of our Gator? tools against the competition.
Taciak, who took over the business his father started in 1940, has a variety of RIDGID inspection tools he uses for sewer and septic work in suburban Baltimore, including the SeeSnake? microReel Video Inspection System, SeeSnake Mini Video Inspection System, SeekTech? SR-20 Locator and two SeeSnake CS6Pak Digital Recording Monitors, which he uses with 200-foot reels and self-leveling camera heads.
As the foreman for Millennium Control Systems, Steve Soto makes efficiency his business. His crews build large cabinets and work stations for industrial automation and control systems. Their days are filled cutting and crimping wires as well as punching holes in cabinets. Saving time as well as reducing the amount of equipment needed at his shop both add to Soto’s bottom line.
Greenlee’s ErgoLab is our in-house, industry first, ergonomics testing lab. It compares our tools to the competition and is an integral part of our design process for user-centered tool development.