ISSUE 8 - feb/march 2014

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• World Plumbing Day

• Construction Code Changes

• MPAQ Events for 2014

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• 2014 Plumbing Supply Forum

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• Economic Outlook for Plumbers


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New Digital Recording Monitor

The new RIDGID SeeSnake® CS6 Digital Recording Monitor Offers Fast, Efficient Results

The RIDGID® SeeSnake® CS6 Digital Recording Monitor is designed for fast and efficient field work and is the first handheld RIDGID monitor designed with all of the durability and recording functionality of a traditional monitor.


The CS6 is ideal for residential or commercial work, the new recording monitor captures still images and video clips and allows users to quickly and easily edit, archive and deliver reports direct to customers through USB thumb drives or via print, DVD and online.


Additional features include a 5.7” daylight-readable LCD screen to provide crisp, clear in-pipe images; a water-resistant keypad for direct control of camera and monitor functions; an on-screen keyboard for basic titling and text entry and an integrated microphone and speakers for adding voiceovers to and playing back over custom reports.


The CS6, which conveniently docks onto the SeeSnake MaxTM rM200 Camera System for transportation and storage, is compatible with the full line of RIDGID SeeSnake Reels.

“The CS6 packs the essential features to document a job extremely well in the field,” said James McGregor, Director of Global Marketing at RIDGID. “The direct-to-USB feature is especially important because it allows users to provide an on-the-spot record of the inspection to their customers, a service that will help their business stand out.”


The SeeSnake® CS6 Digital Recording Monitor is available at major plumbing outlets.


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