I run two rim sizes on my bike: 559 x 17 up front and 559 x 19 at rear, Mavic 717 and Mavic 519 respectively. The Schwalbe Durano 26 x 1.1 (28-559) is a normal fit for both rims. Bead fits tightly first time around because it is kevlar to permit folding and reduce weight. Even so, the tyre can still be fitted without levers but it does take some effort. Subsequent fittings were easy after the tyres had notched up a few miles.
Contrary to the other answer, I recommend this tyre. The Durano Folding has low rolling resistance, great grip on asphalt in dry as well as wet conditions (insane cornering in dry), high puncture resistance to glass shards (wire and tacks get through) and it is very light so spins up noticeably quickly. It is an excellent fast commuting tyre. After riding 26 x 2.0 slicks you will be amazed.
Although the tyre is remarkably puncture resistant the grippy compound does suffer from cuts. My tyres have many that are 3-4 mm long and extend through the rubber and down to the puncture resistant RaceGuard layer of the carcass but this doesn't seem to affect their performance. I commute in suburban Melbourne, Aus, where the puncture challenge is not insubstantial. However, if you ride through areas routinely strewn with glass it may be worth considering something like a Schwalbe Marathon Supreme Folding 26 x 1.6 (42-559) - still very fast, not quite so light, but another step up in terms of durability and puncture resistance.