Protect Your Pressure Washer Hose with a Hotsy Hose Reel

Published:

8/22/2017

Untangling a jumbled mess of high-pressure hose is not only frustrating and time consuming; it can also reduce the lifespan of your hose. When pressure washer hoses aren’t properly organized and stored, they’re more likely to be damaged by heavy equipment. These hoses are pretty strong but getting run over by a truck or front-end loader can break the internal wire braiding that gives the hoses their strength and structural integrity. When high pressure hoses are left unattended on the ground, they can also absorb contaminates such as oil and grease that cause them to degrade faster.

Protect Your Pressure Washer Hose with a Hotsy Hose Reel

That's why hotsy offers its own line of hose reels to prevent aggravating tangles and prolong the life of HIGH-PRESSURE hoses

Hotsy’s hose reels are capable of withstanding pressures up to 5000 PSI, and temperatures up to 325° F. They can be easily mounted on a wall, floor or the pressure washer itself. They also feature flip-over hose guides that make it easy to reel in long lengths of hose without getting snagged along the way. These reels are particularly useful in wash bay systems that utilize multiple high pressure hoses to clean large pieces of equipment.


Interested in adding a Hotsy hose reel to your pressure washer system? At NorTex Sales & Service, we can help you find the right reel for your unique setup, and even install it for you on site. Check out the video below to see Hotsy’s hose reels in action, or contact us today to learn more.

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