TEMPE, Ariz. – Coxreels introduced product enhancements to the spring-driven 1 1/4-inch and 1 1/2-inch SLPL models.
The manufacturer eliminated the aluminum inline swivel on five SLPL models, which were the 725, 750, 825, 835 and 850, and incorporated a nickel-plated steel inline swivel. This swivel increases the pressure rating of the inline plumbing from 250 psi to 1500 psi. The nickel-plated steel is also more rugged and durable than the aluminum swivel it replaced. The new swivel includes Coxreels’ multi-lobe seals for improved leak integrity, the manufacturer reports.
The new inline swivel is also available in stainless steel, which gives customers a choice with their stainless-steel fluid path requirements. The stainless-steel inline swivel fluid path is more cost effective than the 90-degree swivel stainless-steel fluid path. The inline swivel also boasts a more efficient, less restrictive flow path than the 90-degree swivel.
The axle plumbing in both standard carbon steel models and optional stainless-steel models was upgraded as well. The 135-degree elbow on the axle riser has been replaced with Coxreels’ swept riser design. The swept riser design offers a less restrictive flow path for improved flow efficiency, according to Coxreels.
Always apply an insect repellant containing at least 20 percent DEET, picaridin, IR3535 or oil of lemon eucalyptus when spending time outdoors, and reapply as directed on the label.
Wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and closed-toe shoes when outdoors. Choose light colored clothing that makes it easier to spot ticks and other insects.
Reduce the amount of time spent outside during dusk and dawn when certain types of mosquitoes are most active.
Keep grass cut low, as ticks are found in high grass. Remove weeds, woodpiles and debris.
Eliminate areas of standing water around the home such as flowerpots, birdbaths, baby pools, grill covers and other objects where water collects. Mosquitoes need only about a half inch of water to breed.
- Inspect yourself and your family members carefully for ticks after being outdoors.
Pictured, from left to right, Grace Byrd (Massey’s Benefits Manager), Jennifer Pharris (Massey’s Director of Human Resources) and two members from Chepenik Financial.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services announced they have received three National Signature Awards from the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA). The company received first place in the following categories: Best-in-Show, Events & Workshops and Promoting Plan Participation categories.
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