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Coxreels Introduces New DEF Hose Reels

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Coxreels introduces a complete line of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) hose reels built on the all-steel construction SH and T Series of reels.

| April 29, 2011

Coxreels introduces a complete line of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) hose reels built on the all-steel construction SH and T Series of reels. These reels are equipped with a stainless steel external full-flow swivel and chemical resistant Viton seals to provide a safe, reliable DEF dispensing solution. The swivel is easy to access for simple seal maintenance and fast DEF dispenser hose installation. Coxreels provides professional reeling systems in heavy-duty single pedestal (SH Series) or supreme-duty dual pedestal (T Series) configurations that handle DEF hoses up to 75 feet of ¾ inch and up to 50 feet of 1 inch hose I.D. Both versatile designs are outfitted with Super Hub dual axle support systems to increase stability and reduce vibration during operation, making these reels the perfect DEF handling solutions for either stationary or rugged mobile applications. The new models are available in standard spring retraction and EZ-Coil controlled retraction systems that promote greater operator and workplace safety by retracting up to 80% slower than conventional reels, the company reports.

For more information, visit www.coxreels.com.
 

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