Product News: Material Handling & Storage

Stainless Steel Hose Reels serve corrosive, sanitary environments.

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June 5, 2014 - Stainless steel hose reels are constructed from 304L grade of stainless steel and include Viton O-rings. While select models include aluminum fluid paths and latch parts, other models are offered with optional stainless steel fluid paths and latch parts. Spring retractable and hand rewind models handle hoses up to 1 in. ID and 100 ft long. Applications include pre-rinse, food processing, dairy operations, pharmaceutical/chemical plants, marine, and offshore environments.

Reelcraft Industries, Inc.

2842 E. Business Hwy. 30, Columbia City, IN, 46725, USA

Original Press Release

Reelcraft's New Expanded Stainless Steel Reel Offering

Press release date: June 4, 2014

Reelcraft’s full line of stainless steel hose reels are ideal for highly corrosive and sanitary environ¬ments such as food processing, dairy operations, pre-rinse, pharmaceutical and chemical plants, marine, offshore and many more. All of Reelcraft’s stainless steel reel frames are constructed from a 304L grade of heavy guage stainless steel and include Viton O-rings. Certain models include aluminum fluid paths and latch parts as standard that are suitable for many applications. Reelcraft is pleased to announce a new expanded offering of those models with optional stainless steel fluid paths and latch parts allowing you to chose the combination that best suites your requirements. Reelcraft’s stainless reels are available in spring retractable and hand rewind models that handle hoses up to 1” ID and 100’ in length. For additional information call 1-800-444-3134 or visit Reelcraft at www.reelcraft.com.

For further information, please contact:
Bill Martin
National Sales Manager
Tel (260) 248-8188 / 800-444-3134
reelcraft@reelcraft.com

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