Coxreels Debut Large Capacity Storage Reels

MaritimeEquipment.com
Thursday, July 25, 2013
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Coxreels, a U.S. manufacturer of industrial-grade hose, cord and cable reels, released its new storage reels selection. These large capacity, all steel, reels are designed to hold any wrappable material for hassle free storage, easy transport, and safe operation, the manufacturer said.

According to the company, these new storage reel models have been selected from Coxreels’ standard 1125, 1175 and 1185 Series and are built on the strength of these series. The reels come without swivels and risers for storage purpose and feature CNC robotically heavy duty spun and ribbed discs with rolled edged for added strength and safety, and a sturdy all welded steel “A” frame base to handle the most demanding storage tasks on either stationary or mobile units. These units have been engineered to store and maintain long lengths of various materials including but not limited to hose, collapsible hose, power cord, cable, rope, wire, barbed wire, tape and chain, Coxreels said. These models are available in numerous lengths and outlet sizes, ready to manage any material that can be wrapped and used in today’s industry. 

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