SWHD76100 OLPT – 3/8 in. x 100 ft. Single Line Welding Hose Reel T-Grade
The new Reelcraft Series SW single line hose reel expands the industry-leading welding series and is specifically designed to improve work area safety and increase efficiency and productivity when transferring fuel gases.
- Hard coated wear-resistant aluminum double-sealed full flow swivel
- Corrosion-resistant baked-on powder coat
- Ideal for welding service – meets ARPM IP-7 and CGA E-1 standards for T-grade
- Tube: Synthetic rubber compound compatible with all common welding fuel gases
- Reinforcement: Spiral synthetic yarn
- Cover: Red synthetic rubber with ribbed surface
*Reel is shipped in the top wind position. The reel image is shown in the side wind position.
Reel Specifications and Dimensions
Fluid Path Materials
|Internal Fluid Path||Steel|
|Swivel Assembly||Aluminum / Brass|
1-HR1004-3 - Adjustable Bumper Stop
S600608 - 340° Pivot Base
600626 - Wall Mounted Universal Swing Bracket
Literature and Service Manual
How do I increase or reduce spring tension?
To increase spring tension:
Adding wraps of hose will increase spring tension. This can be accomplished by pulling out approximately 10 feet of hose, hand feed hose back up through roller bracket assembly* until loop is large enough to slip over spool. Add two or three wraps until desired tension is achieved. Do not exceed spring capacity.
To reduce spring tension:
This can be accomplished by removing wraps of hose from the reel spool. Remove wraps of hose from the sheave, one wrap at a time, until desired tension is obtained.
*For dual pedestal reels, you will have to remove the bumper and control handle then feed the end of the hose through the roller bracket assembly to add or remove wraps of hose from the reel drum.
Can my spring driven reel be made constant tension?
Most Reelcraft spring retractable reels can be made constant tension by removing the latching system. There are some models that may not have this capability.
Please refer to our online tech bulletins for more information on converting your reel to constant tension.
How do I install a new drive spring and set pre-turns?
We have several different types of spring driven reels. Each require a slightly different set of instructions. For “How-To” instructions on replacing a drive spring, please have your reel model or drive spring number available and consult customer service for instructions.
For how many wraps of “pre-tension” to put on the reel, please reference the chart below.
|Spring Number||Wraps Required|
How many GPM’s will I get from my hose?
GPM = gallons per minute is a function of hose diameter, hose length, supply pressure and fluid going through the hose / reel. The most common fluids, air and water, can be seen in charted data. For hydraulic oils it is necessary to know the operating temperature, pressure and fluid viscosity.