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Ridge Tool

RIDGID Seek-Tech SR-20 utility line locator uses a combination of multidirectional antennae, mapping display and state-of-the-art processing.

December 01, 2005


RIDGID Seek-Tech SR-20 utility line locator uses a combination of multidirectional antennae, mapping display and state-of-the-art processing to provide users with information to locate underground utilities. In addition to tracing transmitted frequencies, it offers passive modes that allow users to search for other metallic lines that might be present. Mapping display shows target line direction, left-right guidance arrows, signal strength and a proximity number. Ridge Tool 

 
 

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