The Symbol of Industrial Reel in Korea: Samkook Industrial
A reel is often a circling tool around which generally long and flexible materials are wrapped for storage. In general, this tool has a cylindrical device at its core and circular walls on both sides attached with retaining grips. The reel has a multitude of diverse uses. For example, a fisherman uses a reel at work, and special reel is used to project movies at theaters. There are also many different types of industrial reels that are rolling in and out every day. We often find them where heavy loads have to be moved from one place to another. All in all, reels play an imperative role in today’s modern industry.
In Korea, Samkook Industrial, a pioneer in the cable reel industry, has been manufacturing various industrial reels for 18 years since 1991. Its quality has been well recognized at home and abroad as evidenced by increasing demand for their reel products as well as market competiveness in numerous international markets including Japan, United States, Australia, Spain, Russia, etc. This global success is due to Samkook Industrial’s modernization efforts that result in strict quality control, the best customer service, and, more importantly, a large share in the Korean market.
Samkook Industrial’s Reel Businesses
The company is overseeing several business areas for large cable reel, reel for special purpose vehicle, and reel for air, oil, grease, and hose. Samkook Industrial also manufactures magnet coupler cable reels, high pressure hoses, power-mounted reel for special purpose vehicles, reels for ship yard, heavy industries, and power plants. They also offer alternate reel products including Hose reel, Cable reel, Air hose reel, Water hose reel, Cord reel, Crane reel, and others.
Cable reels have two different types of spring and motor, and its practical applications are for plants, factories, and ship yards. Crane reels are used in fire trucks and special vehicles for construction and lubrication.
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