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Recoila develops hose reels with dual fluid paths

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article image Reelcraft 9000 Series hose reel

Australian reel specialist ReCoila Reels introduces a new range of hose reels designed to handle air, water, diesel, petrol and grease.

Distributed by ReCoila, the Reelcraft 9000 Series has wide applicability across Australian industries with a dual fluid path incorporated into the heavy-duty hose reels to accommodate longer lengths of twin hydraulic hose.

Featuring a heavy gauge base design, the reel is specifically engineered for truck or work bench mounting, a characteristic highly sought after in Australia especially by the mining industry, energy industry and public works and maintenance teams.

The Reelcraft 9000 Series has heavy duty spring retractable reels and offers a choice of ½", ¾", 1", 1¼" or 1½" ID hose.

The 9000 Series reels provide a high level of stability when used for high volume air, water, diesel fuel and petrol, and are therefore ideal for service trucks and permanent service or plant work areas. A durable baked-on powder coat finish on individual components produces a rugged corrosion resistant product suitable for a wide variety of heavy duty applications and fuels. 

Equipped with full flow swivels and low temp Buna seals, Reelcraft 9000 Series fuel delivery reels also incorporate metal forms to ensure high strength making them ideal for mobile as well as fixed mount applications.

Reelcraft 9000 Series hose reels also feature a robust latching mechanism with a substantial surface area to limit the opportunity for premature wear; a long life drive spring with a declutching arbor that virtually eliminates possibility of spring damage due to reverse winding; and high quality spring steel construction that assures maximum service life.

ReCoila is Australia’s only authorised Reelcraft distributor and can supply a wide range of Reelcraft reels for many industrial applications. 

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