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EMI 511, 5-in-1 Tool

SKU: EMI-511//OUT OF STOCK
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Details

The Ulimate 5-in-1 Tool

EMI has recognized the need for a versatile yet convenient multi-fire / rescue tool. The results - The 511 Tool™. Capable of five different functions; Adjustable hydrant wrench, spanner wrench, gas shut-off tool, pry axe head, striking hammer head, this tool is essential gear for all firefighters and emergency responders. The 511 Tool™ is manufactured of high strength treated alloy. It is also non-sparking, corrosion resistant, lightweight and can be worn easily on a utility belt.

Features:

  • Adjustable hydrant wrench
  • Spanner wrench
  • Gas shut-off tool
  • Pry axe head
  • Striking hammer head
  • Non-Sparking
  • Corrosion resistant
  • High strength treated alloy
  • Lightweight
Dimensions: 13.75" L
Weight: 16 oz

Ratings & Reviews

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Excellent Tool

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Excellent buy for the money. Should be carried by every firefighter.

Don't Like One bit

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This tool is way too big for any firefighter to cary. Unless you're leaving this tool on the truck, I would say don't waste your time. Channellock's are much more handy and they fit in your bunker gear. I called the firestore and they told me I would have to pay to send it back, so all I did is just lose money on a useless tool. I would say don't purchuse this and just move on to the next tool.

NOT THAT DURABLE

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END SNAPPED OFF FIRST TIME I USED IT ON A GAS SHUTOFF OTHERWISE PRETTY NEAT AND LIGHT.

Broke after one use

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When I was using the hydrant wrench, it broke.

Great universal tool

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Great overall tool. I am a apparatus operator at a career firefighter department. The main reason I purchased this was to use during hydrant maintenance instead of lugging around our big hydrant wrenches. It is very light and durable. I have also used it to turn off utilities instead of using the big gas wrench or water valve. I did use it to do some minor prying, I don't think it would hold up to everyday forcible entry or heavy prying. In a emergency situation it works great. I don't carry it on me at all times while performing fire operations due to the bulkiness of it and lack of ability to store it in pockets. They do have a tool belt attachment that looks like it would help carrying it, however I still would be hesitant of carrying during normal firefighting operations due to being tangled or snagged on things.

Q&A's:

"Is this a tool or a catalog? The picture looks I would be buying a $35 catalog."

Probie, were advertising the tool not a catalog, the web page is showing you the picture of the tool

"We have a commercial gas line with valve shut off being 1 1/2"" will this work on that large valve."

We don't see any reason why this would not work for you, so yes we think it will work.