Product features

  • material: body from premium flex plus carbon steel, arm from premium chrome vanadium steel
  • drop forged, entirely hardened and tempered
  • surface finish: chrome plated according to ISO 1456:2009, screw blackened
  • arms adjustable in two positions
  • lever action claws fit closely under the part to be removed
CodeArticle numberMaximum lenghtMaximum diameterMaximum puller load capacity in kilonewtons (kN)Maximum puller load capacity in tons (t)ThreadWrench sizeweight
61260309090202M 10 x 113405
6017621130160303M 14 x 1,517915
6017632190230404M20 x 2222078
6017643250300606M 22 x 2244075
* Images of products are symbolic. All dimensions are in mm, and weight in grams. All listed dimensions may vary in tolerance.

Usage (pictures)

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Safety (pictures)

Don't use a spindle that is damaged.

Don't use a puller which has a dirty spindle. Always clean your tools properly.

Don't grind, weld or reheat-treat puller arms.

Don't use pneumatic tools with pullers.

Never use a pipe extension or other form of lever to increase the leverage.

Never put the puller spindle off centre, as slippage of the puller arm can occur.

Always oil the puller spindle.

Always use the right tool for the job.

Always centre the puller spindle on the middle of the object, so the holding arms are distributed evenly on the body.

Questions & Answers

  • Can we achieve greater pulling force using a three-arm puller compared to a two-arm puller?
    It depends on the dimensions. In principle, yes, because the force is distributed over several arms.
  • One arm broke. Do I have to replace all the arms or just the broken one?
    It is necessary to change all the arms.
  • Extra durability

    Unior pullers, available with two or three adjustable arms, with a sliding hammer or pulling chuck, or in several other versions, are made of carbon tool steel. The special forging process guarantees their extra durability.
  • Easy to use

    Unior pulling systems enable safe and effective removal of bearings, bushings and sprockets. All pullers are easy to use, flexible and extremely long-wearing.