• 川圓科技股份有限公司

Hose Reel Trolley

AQ-FH series

R&D by CY Tech, Our water mist products are applied by FOXCONN, INNOLUX, National Palace Museum, National Taiwan University Hospital and others including public and private sectors around Taiwan and China. We recommend to install the hose reel trolley with the water mist equipment.

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Comparison of protection areas

川圓科技股份有限公司

Length 50m 75m 100m
Dimension (L* W *H cm) 90cm*55cm*95cm
Water Mist Gun Equipped with a Water Mist Gun with a Nozzle (Optional for a Dual Head water mist gun)
Nozzle Water Mist Nozzle*1 or High Pressure Jet Spray Nozzle
Weight 55kg 63kg 72kg
  1. What is a water mist fire hose reel?
    Fire hose reels are located at strategic places in buildings to provide a reasonably accessible and controlled supply of water for fire extinguishing. ... The system is manually operated and activated by opening a valve enabling the water to flow into the hose that is typically 25 meters away.
  2. How does a water mist hose reel work?
    So a water mist hose reel system means the set of machines like a pump, a hose or pipes and a hose reel which are involved in the water supply. ... In this case, the water pressure which is created by the pumps for fire fighting.
  3. How do you use a fire hose reel?
    Turn on the green button and reel the hose out until you have enough length to reach the flame. Press the trigger and aim the nozzle into the fire. Please always be from a safe distance.
  4. Can anyone use a fire hose reel?
    Along with water mist hose reels are used as a "first attack" appliance used during the early stages of a fire and can be used by building owners, occupiers, tenants and the fire brigade. All staff and personnel should be trained in the safe and effective use of fire hose reels.
  5. How long is a water mist hose reel?
    With a standard fully extended length of 40 meters or 50 meters & 60 meters by request, A firefighting gun with two nozzles attached to enable the operator to control the direction and flow of water to the fire.
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