Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ Compact Pipe Threader

June 8, 2023

Milwaukee M18 FUEL™ Compact Pipe Threader

The MILWAUKEE® M18 FUEL™ compact cordless pipe threader offers the industry’s most controlled threading experience, featuring AutoStop™ technology that senses severe kickback and automatically shuts off the tool. It also includes a support arm that not only resists the torque of threading and holds the tool steady during operation, but eliminates the need for a pipe stand to hold the pipe.

Milwaukee’s compact threader features a locking die head interface to prevent die head ejection and side grip to eliminate the need to contact the spinning die head when starting threads. Our die heads are forged from military-grade aluminum making them the industry’s lightest die heads, enabling easier transportation on and off the jobsite. The compact pipe threader gives you the power to thread up to 1-1/4” black iron pipe, stainless steel, rigid metal conduit (RMC), and more.

The compact pipe threader is compatible with our ONE-KEY™ Technology that wirelessly connects to a smartphone to track the tool’s location, manage it in inventory, and lock the tool out for added security and protection to your investment.

M18 FUEL™ Compact Cordless Pipe Threader Features

  • Lightest cordless threading solution optimized for service and repair work
  • AUTOSTOP™ kickback control prevents severe kickback
  • Side grip thread starts eliminate engagement with spinning die head
  • Dedicated support arm enables threading without pipe stand and controls the tool while threading
  • Kitted with military grade aluminum Milwaukee® compact die heads
  • Threads up to 1-1/4” pipe
  • Threads several materials including black iron pipe, stainless steel, ridgid metal conduit and more
  • Increased productivity and reduced fatigue vs. manual ratcheting threading
  • One-Key™ technology allows for tracking, tool security, and inventory management
  • POWERSTATE™ brushless motor provides more power, more run-time, and longer life
  • REDLINK PLUS™ intelligence enables advanced communication between batteries and tools for unmatched performance, protection, and productivity.

Product Specifications

Tool Warranty5 years (Tool), 3 Years (Battery)
Power SourceCordless
Motor TypePowerstate Brushless
Length19.7 in
Weight10.62 lb
Height8.2 in
Width3.5 in
Compatible Machine Type48-36-1063 Milwaukee Compact 1/2″-1-1/4″ ALLOY NPT Portable Pipe Threading Forged Aluminum Die Head Kit; Milwaukee Compact ALLOY NPT Portable Pipe Threading Forged Aluminum Die Heads; Milwaukee NPT Portable Pipe Threading Dies
Battery SystemM18
BrushlessYes

Battery Specifications

Voltage18 v
Battery Type18 volt Lithium Ion

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