Which Uncoiler Do I Need?

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First consideration is roll weight – overloading the tool may cause damage, which is not covered by warranty.

Second consideration is roll dimensions, most important the minimum and maximum roll inner diameter of the rolls you will be installing.

Finally, the overall roll diameter must be at least  8″ less than the channel arm span of the uncoiler so as allow clearance for the tube guide.

Some coils within the weight limit of the Commander No. 1 will require the Battalion No. 61 to accommodate the roll inner diameter.

Use the comparison chart below to choose the right uncoiler for your needs.

Commander  No.  1

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TOOL DIMENSIONS:

46” channel arm span
35” channel leg span
Overall length: 47”
Height: 14”
Width: 2 3/4″
Tool weight: 17 lbs.

ROLL SIZE CAPACITY:

Maximum roll O.D: 38”
Maximum roll I.D: 24”
Minimum roll I.D: 10”
Maximum roll height: 17½”
Recommended Max Load: 100 LBS.

TYPICAL LOAD:
[Pex tubing rolls]
1000’ roll ½” pex tube
500’ roll 5/8”pex tube
500’ roll ¾” pex tube
300’ roll 1” pex tube
500’ roll 1” pex tube

[Drip tubing rolls]
500’ roll ½” drip tube*
1000’ roll ½” drip tube*
300’ roll ¾” drip tube
500’ roll ¾” drip tube

* check roll ID with tool roll capacity

Battalion  No. 61

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TOOL DIMENSIONS:

56” channel arm span
38” channel leg span
Overall length: 59”
Height: 16”
Width: 2 3/4″
Tool weight: 24 lbs.

ROLL SIZE CAPACITY:

Maximum roll O.D: 48”
Maximum roll I.D: 29”
Minimum roll I.D: 15”
Maximum roll height: 17½”
Recommended Max Load: 150 LBS.

TYPICAL LOAD
[Pex tubing rolls]
1000’ roll ½” pex tube
500’ roll 5/8”pex tube
500’ roll ¾” pex tube
1000’ roll ¾” pex tube
1200’ roll ¾” pex tube
300’ roll 1” pex tube
500’ roll 1 ”pex tube

[Drip tubing rolls]
500’ roll ½” drip tube*
1000’ roll ½” drip tube*
300’ roll ¾” drip tube
500’ roll ¾” drip tube
1000’ roll ¾” drip tube
500’ roll 1” drip tube

* check roll ID with tool roll capacity