New Coxreel's Compact Vacuum Reel

Press Release
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
V-117-850 Hose Reel: Image credit Coxreels

US manufacturer, Coxreels, introduces new V-117-850 compact vacuum reel.

Coxreels®, the leading U.S. manufacturer of industrial-grade hose, cord and cable reels, is expanding its vacuum reel selection with the newly introduced, commercial duty, V-117-850 vacuum reel. Designed to extract unwanted particles and by-products from the work place, this direct hand crank reel handles up to 50 feet of 1-1/2” standard vacuum hose with bullet cuffs, making this reel the ideal solution for any general maintenance and vacuum operations, including commercial vacuum systems; construction sites; plant floors, machine shops; wood shops, and more.

The V-117-850 features a solid one-piece steel U-shaped frame and open drum design and a direct connect port, no thread, for fast and convenient vacuum hose installation. This model is lightweight, compact and has CNC robotically spun and ribbed discs with rolled edges for greater safety, strength, and durability. This state of the art, chip resistant and rust inhibiting CPC™ powder coated reel mounts to any horizontal or vertical flat surface and maintains the durability and superiority found in every Coxreels® product.

Coxreels® has been manufacturing high quality professional grade hose, cord, and cable reels since 1923. Offering a full product line serving the industry in every channel and application.


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