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421X36 XA-141120310016 UNSPSC # 26121635

Extension Cord Reel: Grounding Plug, NEMA 5-20P, Quad Box Receptacle, NEMA 5-20R

  • Item # 421X36
  • Mfr. Model # XA-141120310016
  • UNSPSC # 26121635
  • Catalog Page # 396 396
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Self-retracting cord reels have a spring mechanism that automatically winds the cord back on the reel, making them easier to use than hand-winding cord reels. A stop, or ratchet, holds the cord at the desired length after it's pulled out for use. A quick tug on the cord disengages the stop, causing the spring to fully retract the cord. These reels provide access and storage of extension cords while protecting the cord from wear, tangling, and kinking.

Standard cord reels are spools that hold extension cords to provide access and storage while protecting them from tangling, kinking, and other damage. The cord can be extended to exactly the length needed to power equipment located at a distance from a power source. Self-retracting and motor-driven cord reels automatically wind extended cord back on the reel, while hand-winding cord reels have a handle or knob for winding the cord manually. These cords can be mounted out of the way in a central location, such as on a wall or ceiling, to keep a workspace organized and help reduce tripping hazards. They are commonly used in retail, commercial, and manufacturing applications, including pressure washing, landscaping and ground maintenance, and service garages.

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Extension Cord Reel: Grounding Plug, NEMA 5-20P, Quad Box Receptacle, NEMA 5-20R

  • Item # 421X36
  • Mfr. Model # XA-141120310016
  • UNSPSC # 26121635
  • Catalog Page # 396 396
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Self-retracting cord reels have a spring mechanism that automatically winds the cord back on the reel, making them easier to use than hand-winding cord reels. A stop, or ratchet, holds the cord at the desired length after it's pulled out for use. A quick tug on the cord disengages the stop, causing the spring to fully retract the cord. These reels provide access and storage of extension cords while protecting the cord from wear, tangling, and kinking.

Standard cord reels are spools that hold extension cords to provide access and storage while protecting them from tangling, kinking, and other damage. The cord can be extended to exactly the length needed to power equipment located at a distance from a power source. Self-retracting and motor-driven cord reels automatically wind extended cord back on the reel, while hand-winding cord reels have a handle or knob for winding the cord manually. These cords can be mounted out of the way in a central location, such as on a wall or ceiling, to keep a workspace organized and help reduce tripping hazards. They are commonly used in retail, commercial, and manufacturing applications, including pressure washing, landscaping and ground maintenance, and service garages.

Technical Specs

  • Item Extension Cord Reel
  • Winding Method Spring Retraction
  • Voltage 125V AC
  • Retractable Cord Ending Quad Box Receptacle
  • Retractable Cord Length 100 ft
  • Reel Color Yellow
  • Max. Amps 20 A
  • Wire Size 12 AWG
  • Cord Color Black
  • Retractable Cord Ending Configuration NEMA 5-20R
  • Feeder Cord Ending Configuration NEMA 5-20P
  • Trade Designation SJOW
  • Number of Conductors 3
  • Tension Method Ratchet Lock
  • Number of Outlets 4
  • Feeder Cord Length 6 ft
  • Feeder Cord Ending Grounding Plug
  • Location Outdoor
  • Reel Mounting Ceiling, Floor, Wall
  • Reel Material Steel
  • Temp. Rating -22 Degrees to 194 Degrees F
  • Overall Height 15 in
  • Overall Width 14 1/2 in
  • Overall Depth 13 11/16 in
  • Enclosure Rating NEMA 4
  • Slip Ring Rating 35A @ 600V
  • Standards NEMA 2
  • Cord Included Yes
  • Reel Capacity 100 ft of 12/3

Self-retracting cord reels have a spring mechanism that automatically winds the cord back on the reel, making them easier to use than hand-winding cord reels. A stop, or ratchet, holds the cord at the desired length after it's pulled out for use. A quick tug on the cord disengages the stop, causing the spring to fully retract the cord. These reels provide access and storage of extension cords while protecting the cord from wear, tangling, and kinking.

Standard cord reels are spools that hold extension cords to provide access and storage while protecting them from tangling, kinking, and other damage. The cord can be extended to exactly the length needed to power equipment located at a distance from a power source. Self-retracting and motor-driven cord reels automatically wind extended cord back on the reel, while hand-winding cord reels have a handle or knob for winding the cord manually. These cords can be mounted out of the way in a central location, such as on a wall or ceiling, to keep a workspace organized and help reduce tripping hazards. They are commonly used in retail, commercial, and manufacturing applications, including pressure washing, landscaping and ground maintenance, and service garages.

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