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Puck’s HC8, HC11, HC16 – Classic Hose Reel Carts for Proven Performance

With a classic design and years of field-tested performance, Puck’s HC8 is how it all started. The original hose cart, with a one-mile capacity, the HC8 was designed specifically for 6-inch lay-flat hose.  Having rugged, sturdy construction and exceptional maneuverability, the HC8 hose cart is a favorite across multiple vocational markets or industries.

Excellent for road travel, with a narrow 112-inch width, the HC8 hose reel cart is easy to maneuver when moving from one job site to the next.  Puck’s HC8 smart and efficient design means less downtime and a job done well.  Full control by a single operator allows one person (from a tractor cab) to hydraulically power hose on and off from the reel and navigate obstacles, saving significant time and resources.

If scaling to a level wherein two miles of 6-inch lay-flat hose capacity is needed, then Puck’s HC16 hose cart is your answer.  With standard features like the radial flotation tires and heavy-duty single, rear axle trailer chassis, the HC16 is a popular choice for tackling rough work in the most difficult fields.  Plus, a distinct longer trailer tongue on the HC16 provides better visibility when rolling and unrolling hose.

For a rock-solid mid-range hose reel cart, consider the Puck HC11.  For use with 7-inch lay-flat hose systems, the HC11 provides optimal performance for this configuration or set-up.  With a capacity of a mile of 7-inch lay-flat hose plus drags, the HC11 keeps the math easy and the liquid flowing efficiently.  Similar to its “bigger brother” (the HC16), a 12-foot trailer tongue gives the HC11 more length for increases visibility, making your job easier!

All three configurations – the HC8, HC11, and HC16 – share these core, common features:

  • Two-way hydraulically powered roll.
  • Puck’s Arch Guard design to keep hose on the reel.
  • Domed reel ends to help prevent hose damage.
  • Hydraulic axle articulation to wind hose side-to-side.
  • Leaf spring suspension and heavy-duty axle for the rigors of the road and terrain.
  • Open/close hydraulics hand valve.
  • Interchangeable hitch.
  • Hydraulic hose rack.
  • Caged decking.
  • No de-clutching devices.

For additional information, visit Hose Carts – Puck today or contact a member of the Puck Sales Team to discuss the best model for your specific requirements.