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1/2", 25 ft., Hose Reel 300 psi Max. Pressure
- Item # 16X545
- Mfr. Model # P-LPL-425-SS
- UNSPSC # 40142121
- Catalog Page # 3562
- Shipping Weight 39.0 lbs.
- ItemHose Reel
- Duty RatingHeavy Duty, Industrial
- Drive TypeSpring Return
- Reel Inlet1/2" (F)NPT
- Hose Inside Dia.1/2"
- Hose Length25 ft.
- Hose Ends1/2" (M)NPT
- Hose Outlet1/2" (M)NPT
- Max. Pressure300 psi
- Max. Temp.150 Degrees F
- FinishStainless Steel
- BearingsPermanently Lubricated Bearings
- LatchMulti Position Self Locking
- Seal TypeNitrile Non-Toxic Grease
- Swivel MaterialStainless Steel
- Housing MaterialStainless Steel
- MountingFloor, Wall, Ceiling, Bench and Vehicles
- ApplicationAir, Water and Chemical
- Overall Height18-1/4"
- Overall Width7"
- Overall Length17-1/4"
- Hose MaterialStainless Steel
- Hose IncludedNo
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