Series F: The standard painted steel booster
hose reel is the dependable, rugged reel that has set the standard
for fire service reels for more than 50 years. The Super Booster
reel is the top of the line. It weighs up to 50% less than standard
booster reels and features an all-aluminum frame and drum, polished
aluminum discs, and plated drive chain, sprocket, hub assembly,
swivel joint and fasteners. No painting or finishing is required.
Series F4000: Compact fire hose reels for booster
hose to handle single 3/4" I.D. or 1" I.D. hose. Compact
reels for use in restricted spaces or on
slide-on units. Also for use in brush and forest fire fighting vehicles.
Series SF: Is for booster hose with an inboard
mounted motor. The inboard motor location and high profile of this
reel make it suitable for installation in cabinets or wells that
have space restrictions.
Series 7100/7200: These reels have two swivel
joint inlets and two outlet risers to simultaneously handle two
equal lengths of hose. Hoses can be different diameters, in which
case the larger hose diameter determines the reel capacity.
Series 3100/3600: Is for industrial fire protection.
These reels are designed to handle booster hose or preconnected
collapsible hose for in-plant, forestry and off–shore fire
protection systems. The reel can be installed on the floor or wall.
Since water is always available at the reel, the reel can also be
used for general warehouse and maintenance
Series FF: For large booster hose or preconnected
collapsible hose. These reels have a 1 1/2" I.D. full-flow
hub assembly to accommodate large diameter booster hose or preconnected
collapsible hose. The flanged outlet riser can be removed for easy
hose installation. All models listed can be supplied without inlet,
outlet riser, or hub assembly for dry storage of collapsible hose.
Series LD: Reels and spools to handle up to 6"
I.D. collapsible hose. Hannay Reels offer the most efficient method
handling large–diameter collapsible hose. Offers faster clean-up,
preconnect or storage, no draining, stacking or dragging, provides
efficient use of vehicle space and increased hose capacity.
Whether building a new truck or upgrading an existing one, specify
Hannay, the reel leader.