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Coxreels Introduces New HP 1125 Series

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The company has introduced a new series of high pressure reels.

| December 11, 2012

Coxreels new HP1125 Series. Image courtesy of Coxreels.

TEMPE, Ariz. - Coxreels is expanding the capabilities of its hand crank and motorized 1125 Series reels to offer an upgraded swivel for high pressure applications, the company announced.

Coxreels' new high pressure HP1125 models complement the company's existing 1125 Series, Coxreels reports.

With a proven operating pressure up to 5,000 PSI, the external fluid path is configured with an electroless nickel plated steel 90° full-flow NPT swivel inlet and chemical resistant AFLAS seals to handle the most demanding tasks in any high spraying circumstance, Coxreels said. The HP1225 models have all the standard features and benefits of their sister series, including a sturdy one-piece, all-welded “A” frame base for maximum stability, low profile outlet riser, and open drum slot design to provide a non crimping, flat smooth hose wrap. 

Learn more at coxreels.com.

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