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Coxreels Introduces New Catalog

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Fully colored and well detailed, the new catalog includes new models and the addition of specialty product lines.

| April 9, 2012

Coxreels introduces its newest 56-page catalog edition showcasing refined features and helpful selecting tools for the most comprehensive and innovative industrial grade reel line. Fully colored and well detailed, the new catalog includes new models and the addition of specialty product lines. With the help of a user-friendly index system and easy to navigate layout, this new catalog makes it easy to find the right reel for your application and discover the many accessories and add-ons for each series. Reel specifications and benefits are thorough for each series of reels and highlight the unique features that are only found on a Coxreels product. The EZ-Coil safety reel line, retracting 80% slower than conventional spring driven reels, is also now incorporated in this edition, making this 2012 catalog your single main reel resource fitting every industrial, commercial and professional field.

To acquire a copy of the new Coxreels catalog, please contact Customer Service Department at (800) 269-7335, email: info@coxreels.com or simply download a PDF copy available on www.coxreels.com.


 

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