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Fun at work, Cornhole Championship & Ice Cream Social . Congrats to Joe & Noah on the team championship.
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10/20/17
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Two more days at this awesome event, PEI in Chicago IL. Booth 3426 , if you're in the area please stop by. NACS
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10/19/17
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Two more days left at this awesome event, GEI in Louisville, KY. Booth 5042, if you're in the area please stop by. GIE+EXPO
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In this third edition of our "Tech Tips" series, John Kucera, our Design Engineer Manager, goes over how to either increase or decrease the force (tension) that is pulling the hose back on your reel. John demonstrates how to perform this operation on a reel with an open side and a reel with installed brackets. But just like many things in life, not everything always goes according to plan! Thank goodness for retakes and video editing. Enjoy!


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This week we are featuring Dave Kory, whose been with Coxreels for 3 years working Tech Support/Customer Service. Knowledgeable, honest , kind, and a team player are words best described by his peers. We asked him what he enjoys most about the company, again it was hard to name just one thing. 1. The family atmosphere which the company represents. 2. His department as a whole, from leadership to each team member contributing to the success of the company. He's proud to be part of a strong team. When Dave is not working he enjoys watching Sports, spending time with his daughter, and going to the gym.
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At COXREELS® we always take building and training on our hose reels seriously; however, we had a ton of fun during the production of our second Tech Tips video on guide arm positioning.

Please take a moment to laugh at a few of our production mishaps and silly moments.

Stay tuned for your next "Tech Tips" video in this all new, hands-on series. Be sure to check out Coxreels’ YouTube Channel for upcoming videos
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CARC stands for “Chemical Agent Resistance Coating” and is known as the camouflage paint used on military vehicles and equipment. CARC paint is much more than a visual camouflage for tactical vehicles and equipment; it is a critical effort in attempt to increase success on the battlefield. In addition to being a highly effective visual camouflage, CARC paint offers many additional benefits of use.

· Chemical resistance: CARC is a non-absorbent material that prevents dangerous chemicals from being absorbed into the coating and potentially damaging a reel. In the event of a chemical attack on military tactical equipment and vehicles, it will be necessary to decontaminate vehicles and equipment. Because damaging chemicals will not be absorbed by the CARC camouflage, it will be much easier to neutralize and sanitize the affected military equipment.



· Infrared Signature Management: This is one of the least understood, yet most important attributes of the CARC camouflage system. Each of the colors in the CARC camouflage contains a special pigment that camouflages vehicles and equipment when they are engaged in operation. The green pattern in the CARC paint has an infrared signature equal of chlorophyll. When viewed using infrared technology, the vehicles and equipment will blend in with the surrounding environment.



The use of commercial paints and aerosol sprays represent a severe danger to our United States military troops. Not only do these products offer no chemical protection, they also pose a significant threat by creating an infrared hotspot, potentially opening doors for an attack on our U.S. military personnel.



CARC paint is an option provided by select reel manufacturers. Many overlook the key benefits of CARC paint – it is much more than an active camouflage agent. The men and women of our U.S. military are undoubtedly worth the added protection that CARC paint provides.
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Check out our "TECH TIPS" series on GUIDE ARM POSITIONING.
In this 2nd episode of "Tech Tips," our Design Engineer Manager, John Kucera, goes over how to re-position the guide arm on a spring rewind reel and to get out of a lockout scenario.

More videos on the way! Stay tuned for your next "Tech Tips" video in this all new, hands-on series. Be sure to check out Coxreels’ YouTube Channel and subscribe for updates!
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United We Stand.
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