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Pressure Washer, 2HP, 1900psi, 2.1gpm, 120V

A. R. NORTH AMERICA

Price: $1,186.00 / each

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  • Item # 16X047
  • Mfr. Model # AR630-HOT
  • UNSPSC # 47121805
  • Catalog Page # 1876
  • Shipping Weight 68.45 lbs.
Country of Origin ItalyCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemPressure Washer
  • Water TypeCold
  • HP2
  • Operating Pressure1900 psi
  • Flow Rate2.1 gpm
  • Duty RatingCommercial
  • Volts/Phase120V/1-Phase
  • Amps AC19
  • Detergent InjectionSiphon Tube
  • Plug TypeGFCI
  • Height9"
  • Width9"
  • Length15-1/2"
  • Hose Dimensions5/16" x 25 ft.
  • Usable Hours per Week20+
  • Pump DriveDirect
  • Pump TypeTriplex Plunger
  • Piston MaterialSolid Ceramic
  • Water Output Temp.180 Degrees F
  • Net Weight55 lb.
  • Warranty1 Year
  • IncludesAdjustable Spray Nozzle, 25 ft. High Pressure Hose
  • StandardsCSA
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also, I don't see anything about various size tips. Normally these units have various tips to adjust pressure. how is this accomplished in this unit. also, normally a 0 tip is the one that will bring detergent from a separate source, then you would change tips to just use plain water at a higher pressure. how does this one accomplish that? If there are no tips, this would be a plus, since historically are people are always losing tips.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following: to adjust the nozzle you pull it out for low pressure and push back in for high pressure. To get a fan spay you turn clockwise for wide spray and count clockwise for narrow steam spray. 50 FOOT LONG REPLACEMENT HOSE P/N PW5051620
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The operating manual states "The outlet should have an amperage rating of 20 amps or greater and should have a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)."

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