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Geotech Small Standard Geo Reel

Geotech Small Standard Geo Reel

Description

The Geotech small Standard Geo Reel is designed to accommodate the Grundfos Redi-Flo2 pump, motor lead, safety cable, and 150' tubing.

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The Geotech Geo Reel systems allow you to easily transport your water sampling systems in the field. The large and small Geo Reel systems allow for pump, motor lead, tubing, and safety cable for the Grundfos Redi-Flo2, Redi-Flo4, or bladder pump systems.
Notable Specifications:
  • Materials: Plastic tires, steel reel
  • Dimensions: 20.5" x 21.5" x 24"
  • Height w/ Handle: 41"
  • Flange: 19"
  • Hub Diameter: 6"
  • Weight: 49 lbs
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