Portable Hose Reels Are an Economical Way to Expand the Capability of Your Jetter


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Portable Hose Reels Are an Economical Way to Expand the Capability of Your Jetter

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Portable jetter hose reels or caddies are a convenient way to store and transport extra high-pressure hose you may need at a job site. Take advantage of your larger jetter to complete indoor or small-line cleaning or pressure washing.

As with any purchase, you should consider what situations you are likely to encounter as different caddies hold different lengths and sizes of hose, with different pressure ratings. The weight to carry them can be a factor. If you need a reel that can accommodate larger or longer hose, a power wind feature may be the route to go.

Look for good quality fittings and connections that are easily accessible. Ball valves let you control flow where you are working. Braking mechanisms aid your control. The frames should be well balanced and beefy since these caddies may be subjected to some rough handling.

MyTana carries three hand-crank reels with carry handles, as well as a free-standing reel that can be mounted to the inside of your truck. All are constructed from powder-coated steel.

  • The top-of-the-line portable reel also fits onto MyTana’s large reel cart. The caddy can then be transported along with larger hose, or separated and carried alone.
  • The new portable reel features a sturdy yet lightweight frame, quality fittings and connections. Suitable for 1/4- or 3/8-inch hose.
  • The smallest caddy accommodates 1/8- or 1/4-inch hose.
  • The freestanding (or mounted) reel is suitable for 3/8- or 1/2-inch hose.

See the selection at Mytana.com/jetter-reels.



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