Utility equipment: Retractable cord reels for utility maintenance and service

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Utility supplies: KH Industries, U.S. manufacturer of industrial grade portable power and lighting products, has committed stocked inventory of its top selling NEMA 4X corrosion resistant cord reels. KH Industries’ RTF NEMA 4X cord reels are specifically built for indoor and outdoor utility maintenance and service applications including exterior mounting on utility trucks, cranes or hoists, or engine block heater stations.

RTF cord reels feature 600 volts/35-Amp rated slip rings, all steel construction including a mounting base, adjustable cable guide, ball stop and a ratchet that can be engaged (positive lock) or disengaged (constant tension) as needed, as well as SOOW 600 Volt cable and a 4’ feeder cord.

KH Industries is a state-of-the-art US manufacturer of industrial-grade portable lighting and power products for the utility, fleet, construction, aviation, chemical, petroleum, marine, and agricultural industries. KH Industries is located in Hamburg, New York.

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