DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE EQUIPMENT
WHO WE ARE
The Ratigan Socket was designed and patented by Terry Whittleton of Medicine Hat, Alberta. With 25 years of experience in the Oil Field Industry, Terry came up with an idea to save money, time, and effort in closing and opening Ratigans on Well Heads.
This Invention is a socket that goes on the end of a 3/4" ratchet and is used to open or close ratigans on an Oil Well Head. It is very easy to use and not so physically demanding like a crescent wrench can be. There is no chance of it slipping off the stem. It makes the job very easy and requires less time to open or close the Ratigan. Warning: "Do not over torque the Ratigan", as the socket does not slip.