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HoseCoil introduces new PRO Series Product Line

by Andrew Golden 15 Mar 02:33 UTC
HoseCoil boat washdown systems © Andrew Golden

HoseCoil, a leading supplier of boat washdown systems, announced today an all new product line – the HoseCoil PRO Series. This new heavy-duty hose is designed to provide all the functionality of the popular Standard Series self-coiling hose but with a larger, half-inch interior diameter for a 30% increase in flow rate.

Available in 15-, 20- and 25-foot lengths, the HoseCoil PRO Series features a larger 4.75-inch diameter coil for better ease of handling and incorporates dual strain reliefs to reduce kinking on either end. The HoseCoil PRO is not only larger in size, it is made with much thicker material for added strength and durability. All models include popular three-quarter-inch garden-style fittings made with brass alloy. Like all HoseCoil products, the PRO Series is made of top-of-the-line, high-performance polyether material that is built to withstand UV and saltwater exposure. Tough and rugged short hoses, the HoseCoil Pro are perfect for cockpit washdown. The PRO Series packaging is attractive, environmentally friendly and compact to reduce shipping costs.

"We have been producing our Standard Series HoseCoils for the boating industry for over 15 years now," said Rob Walsh, president and owner, Ocean Equipment. "The improved flow rate of the larger diameter HoseCoil PRO matches the output of other high flow rate pumps on the market, but with the quality and durability HoseCoil is known for."

The HoseCoil product lines includes a range of hoses, spray nozzles, storage systems and thermoformed enclosures that completes your boat washdown system. HoseCoil products are available at most boating retail stores.

For more information on HoseCoil's complete lineup of quality washdown systems, please visit www.HoseCoil.com.

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