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Coupling jaws available   (center of a roll coupling)
  • 5"/Storz/NST/NH/BCT/CA
  • 4.5" Male NST/NH/BCT/CA
  • 4" Male NST/NH/BCT/CA
  • 2.5"/3" Male NST/NH/BCT/CA
  • 1 1/2"/1 3/4" Male NST/NH/CA
Custom coupling jaws available.
Base is 29" high x 27" front to back x 32" wide at handles
Power Roller
DRAIN AND ROLL a 100' section
in under 30 seconds!

The Power Roller is an easy to use, portable fire hose roller that self-propels around curves and down the length of the hose. The rugged Power Roller makes for effortless fire hose draining and rolling while using the correct body mechanics. A brush whisks the bottom of the hose. Heavy LDH rolls rock out of the unit easily or are loaded from the unit with just two firefighters. Enjoy quiet operation & over 4,000' of hose rolled on one charge. Quick removal of the hose drainer portion and the battery box allow for transport of the unit.

Choice of one jaw set, others sold separately:

$5,600 (+ $325 P&S)
Save $225!

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DO MORE and SAVE MONEY with the Efficiency Package!

  • Portable-90# base (Battery pack & drain attachment removable)
  • Drains & Rolls 4-5,000' of LDH on full charge (depending on weather conditions, terrain, water in the line and battery charge level)
  • 24-volt rechargeable battery pack 
  • Kussmaul battery meter
  • Self-propelled, quiet operation
  • Traverses grass, gravel or dirt 
  • Safely load ALL HOSE,1-1/2" to 5" (LDH)
  • Comes with one set of Coupling jaws, battery pack & charger
  • Integrated, removable hose drainer lifts up and out of the way for safe hose roll removal
  • High-torque motor/gearbox is maintenance-free
  • Brush whisks all gravel and grass off the bottom of the hose
  • 13" Rear tires, 10" swivel tire - heavy-duty aluminum w/stainless steel hardware
  • Draw 3" & smaller diameter hose to the unit
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