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Hose reel DEF series
self-retractingmobiledual-pedestal

hose reel
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Characteristics

Type
hose
Drive mechanism
self-retracting
Configuration
mobile, dual-pedestal
Applications
for fuel
Other characteristics
rugged, chemical-resistant, corrosion-resistant, stainless steel
Hose/cable length

Max.: 125'00" (38.1 m)

Min.: 35'00" (10.67 m)

Description

DEF Series are equipped with a stainless steel external full-flow swivel and chemical resistant VITON® seals to provide a safe, reliable Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) dispensing solution. The swivel is easy to access for simple seal maintenance and fast DEF dispenser hose installation. Coxreels® professional DEF reeling systems are available in heavy-duty single pedestal (SH Series) or supreme-duty dual pedestal (T Series) configurations. Both versatile designs are outfitted with Coxreels’ original 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. Coxreels Fuel Dispensing Reels are designed to handle various non-aromatic fuel applications including diesel, kerosene, fuel oil and heating oil. Coxreels professional fuel dispensing reels are available in heavy-duty single pedestal (SH Series), supreme-duty dual pedestal (T Series) or box-style frame (SP Series) configurations. These fuel reels are an essential component found in utility, ground support, and bulk liquid handling transport services mounted on fuel storage & dispensing systems, fuel/lube trucks, aircraft refuelers, and tank trucks. The convenient uncoiling systems with the added hose control allow the operator to efficiently handle fuel transfers.

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