Hosecoil Storage System

Hosecoil Storage System


The HoseCoil Storage System is the organized way to store your washdown hose and nozzle.


  • Heavy Duty 1/2" ID HoseCoil Provides A 47% Increase In Flow Rate Over 3/8" ID
  • Quick Release Swivel Attachment For The Nozzle Helps Prevent Hose Kinking And Twisting
  • Thumb Level Nozzle Has An Adjustable Spray Pattern With An On/Off Thumb Flow Control Lever And A Soft Contoured Rubber Grip For Easy Comfortable Handling
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The HoseCoil Storage System Includes:

  • Quick Release with Swivel attachment
  • Thumb Lever Nozzle
  • HoseCoil Storage System Bag


  • HoseCoil made from Polyether HP with 3/4" garden style fittings and flex relief on both ends
  • HoseCoil Storage System Bag features a Stainless D-ring for hanging during storage, drain hole and netting to allow for dry clean storage and a renforced comfortable carry handle

Using your HoseCoil Storage System

  • Hanging your storage sytem bag in an upright position will remove remaining water from your hose. Protecting the cleanliness of your HoseCoil
  • The quick release swivel is included for easy removal and continuous correct nozzle orientation
  • The contoured grip nozzle provides easy thumb level flow control with an adjustable spray pattern
  • The storage system bag will keep your HoseCoil in it's original shape and condition. This will protect the coil memory for many years of use
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hosecoil Storage System HS2000BC Storage System with 20' Hose and Nozzle
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Hosecoil Storage System w/40' Hose & WN810U Nozzle HS4001BC Storage System with 40' Hose and Nozzle
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