Hose reels are cylindrical spindles made of fiberglass, metal or plastic and they are used to store hose pipes. The most usual types of hose reels are spring driven, motor driven or hand crank. They are categorized by the length and diameter of the type of hose they hold, the rewind method and the pressure rating. They can be fixed easily in a portable or permanent location, and attached to a cart, trailer or truck.
Hose Reels with Lantech Solutions
Lantech Solutions is one of the leading suppliers of high-quality hose reels. The company offers a wide range of industrial hose reels selected from the prominent manufacturers like Gen III and Reeltek. Its hose reels meet the most demanding and varied requirements that can be used for grease, oil, water, air and fuel for different industries.
The wide range of hose reel consists of three major types:
- Motor Driven
- Manual rewind hose reels
- Spring retractable hose reels
Spring Retractable Hose Reels
Spring retractable hose reels are manufactured to provide long-life and high-quality performance. With the tag of most reliable hose reels, they are extensively purchased by users to protect their hoses. They are ideal for wall mounting and ceilings and store up to 30 meters of hose as per the I.D.
Types of Spring Retractable Hose Reels:
- UPVC Spring Driven Enclosed Reels
- Steel Spring Driven Reels
- Stainless Steel Spring Driven Reel
Manual Rewind Hose Reels
Manual driven hose reels are compact and durable hose reels. They are best suitable for longer lengths of hose pipes having a larger bore. The commonly used manual driven hose reels include direct crank reel and bevel gear drive.
Some More Manual Rewind Hose Reels Include:
- Manual Steel Reels
- Manual Stainless Steel Reels
Motor Driven Hose Reels
They are commonly made for rugged and heavy-duty application that need long lengths of pipes and larger capacity to store them. Such types of hose reels are commonly used when their length become unmanageable by the hand crank reels.
Types of Motor Driven Hose Reels:
- Hydraulically Driven
- Electrically Driven
- Air Driven