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New Hose Reel Design by Holmatro


Holmatro launches a series of new CORE Technology hose reels, equipped with a foldable handle for hose winding. This handle folds out and locks in one step, so it’s easy to use. During storage it can be folded in again to save space in your rescue vehicle.

The new hose reels are available on all our SR 31/32 and SR 41/42 Spider Range pump models, including CORE hoses of 15 or 20 m / 50 or 65 inches. They also come separately, as single or double hose reels, with CORE hoses of the same length. These single and double hose reels are equipped with soft-grip carrying handles and a brake system that prevents accidental unwinding of the hose(s).

About CORE Technology
Traditional twinline or dual hose systems work with two separate hoses: a high-pressure hose to supply hydraulic oil to your rescue tool and a  low-pressure hose for the oil return to the pump. Holmatro’s CORE system only has one hose, which is actually a high-pressure hose inside and protected by a low-pressure hose. Being para-aramid fiber reinforced, a CORE hose is lighter than traditional steel reinforced hoses and also does not have the risk of kinking or pinholes. It comes with an easy to clean flat-faced coupler at both ends which locks automatically in just one push. Holmatro introduced this technology back in 2005 and since then it has become the new standard for rescue equipment in many parts of the world.

About Holmatro Incorporated
Holmatro hydraulic equipment and systems are used for rescue, industrial and special tactics operations around the world. These types of applications demand reliable tools under all circumstances. To make sure that Holmatro users can fulfil their specialized tasks, we strive to be the best-in-class industry market leader by using game changing technology.

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