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Best seller – our premier medium duty uncoiler

Commander No. 1

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Commander No. 1 Pex Uncoiler

The right tool for most jobs, able to handle a wide variety of roll configurations, the Commander No.1 is designed for rolls up to 38″ maximum roll diameter, 10″ to 24″ roll inner diameter, 17 1/2″ roll height, and up to 100 lbs. maximum load weight.

FEATURES:

  • Quick set up with self-locking arms and legs, self-locking adjustable inner tube guides
  • ‘Smart load’ tube side-loading capability to prevent back injuries and allow one man operation
  • Quick demounting and compact design for storage and easy transport (carry strap included)
  • Tubing unrolls straight without kinks or twisting – no more tubing memory twist problems
  • Significant labor cost savings –easily achieve 200% increase in productivity
  • Rugged, reliable design for trouble free use and minimal tool maintenance requirements

Commander No. 1 Pex Uncoiler Setup

SPECIFICATIONS: Commander No. 1 Pex Unwinder

Material:

6061 T6 Aluminum Channel; zinc chromate plated steel; stainless steel; upper and lower needle roller bearings, hardened steel washers;
Neoprene lower bearing seal/friction brake (factory preset)
UHMWPE plastic [unbreakable]

Tool dimensions:

Length 47” Height 12” Width 2.75”

Weight 17 lbs. [shipping weight: 20 lbs]

Tube loading capacity:

Maximum recommended roll O.D.: 38″ [46” overall actual arm length]

Max Tube roll height: 16” [17 ½” using optional Flex post screw hole]

Minimum Tube roll I.D.: 10”

Maximum Tube roll I.D.: 24”

Maximum load: 100 lbs

Available partly or fully assembled – see Technical page to view assembly instructions

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Order Commander No. 1 Pex Uncoiler Now

Fireman Uncoilers has come out with a remarkably rugged yet light uncoiler. This tool will handle up to the heaviest coils making for an affordable solution for most residential and light commercial jobs. It is extremely well priced for purchase for contractors as well as rentals for the first time do-it-yourselfer.
– Brian Whitehurst, Pexheat

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…You buy it Monday, it’s paid for itself by Thursday – it’s about labor cost savings. The Fireman Commander No. 1 pays back at the bottom line of increased efficiencies and profits.