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Standard Series ProPress® XL-C™ Rings

Standard Series ProPress® XL-C™ Rings

Pipe repairs and installations in hard-to-reach spaces. You live it every day. We do, too.

Join 2-1/2" - 4" copper or stainless-steel pipe in seconds with the Standard Series ProPress® XL-C™ Rings and V2 Actuator Jaw. Designed for maximum accessibility when pressing pipe in cramped spots, the V2 Actuator Jaw’s patented swiveling feature allows for 180-degree-flexibility. Compatible with RIDGID® Standard Series pressing tools (CT-400, 320-E, RP 330-B, RP 330-C, or RP 340) and ProPress XL-C (copper) and XL-S (stainless) fittings, these convenient tools will keep you moving when time and space is tight.

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Features

  • Patented ring design to make pressed connections for 2 1/2" - 4" copper or stainless steel tube.
  • XL-C Rings and V2 Actuator Jaw include patented swiveling feature that allows the tool to connect to the ring at any angle relative to the tubing be placed +/- 90°, relative to the tubing being pressed, allowing greater access in tight spaces.
  • Designed in conjunction with the ProPress XL-C fittings, ensuring total system compatibility.
  • Compatible only with RIDGID® Standard Series pressing tools (CT-400, 320-E, RP 330-B, RP 330-C, or RP 340).
  • V2 Actuator Jaw features new jaw identification clips, for fast, easy identification of the appropriate pressing jaw.

Specifications

Capacity 2 1/2" - 4" copper or stainless steel tubing
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I have the pro press RP340 and need to couple 3" galvanized pipe. What jaws do I need.

Asked by: RJ0602
Megapress only goes up to 2" IPS. There isn't a way to do it at this point, so you are stuck with either a dresser coupling, threading, welding, or a no-hub coupling depending on what the pipe is being utilized for.
Answered by: MonmouthPlumbs
Date published: 2017-09-06
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