Fast work progress with electrohydraulics

Geberit pressing tools

Geberit pressing jaw

The new generation of Geberit pressing jaws:

  • Maintenance-free throughout the entire service life
  • Can be tested with the Geberit PowerTest
  • Available for Geberit Mepla [2]

  • High-quality
  • Durable
  • For dimensions up to 35 mm for metal pipes or up to 50 mm for multilayer pipes
  • For compatibility classes [1], [2] and [3]
  • Available for Geberit Mepla [1] and Geberit Mapress [1], [2] and [3]
  • Geberit pressing collars are used for larger dimensions

Easy-to-use pressing tools
Work on building sites has to progress quickly and safely in order to achieve high economic efficiency. The Geberit pressing tools offer you low-weight and high-performance technology for reliable pressing of all the fittings of the Geberit systems.

For all pipe dimensions

The range extends from handy pressing tools for bathroom renovation to electrohydraulic tools for fast work progress on large building sites. The range is rounded off with corresponding pressing jaws and collars.

Fast, low-fatigue working

The new generation of hydraulic pressing tools (ECO 203, ACO 203, EFP 203) is very small, light and easy to use. This makes work less tiring and increases efficiency on the building site. A slim, non-slip dual compound grip ensures a firm grip and ergonomic handling.

State-of-the-art battery technology and "log book"

The new cordless Geberit pressing tools ACO 102 / 202 are equipped with state-of-the-art lithium-ion battery technology. With the high battery capacity and the minimised energy consumption of the pressing tools it is possible to reduce the time required for changing the battery. The short battery charge times and the two supplied rechargeable batteries enable continuous work, also with the battery-operated pressing tools. An electronic "log book" counts the number of pressing sequences on the Geberit ECO and ACO pressing tools and after 40,000 indicates that service inspection is due. The service personnel can read out all the necessary information from the log book and take this into account for servicing.