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Walk Behind Carpet Extractor, 10 gal., 115V, 100 psi, 20" Cleaning Path
- Item # 4VDU3
- Mfr. Model # 9007486
- UNSPSC # 47121609
- Catalog Page # 1900
- Shipping Weight 133.0 lbs.
- ItemWalk Behind Carpet Extractor
- Cleaning Path20"
- Power Source115V
- Solution Tank Capacity10 gal.
- Recovery Tank Capacity14.5 gal.
- Pump Pressure100 psi
- Vacuum Motor3 Stage, 1.8 HP
- Brush Speed1380 rpm
- MaterialRotational Molded
- Cord Length50 ft.
- Sound Level78 dBA
- FeaturesExtractors Have a Drop-Down Hose for Easy Emptying, A Solenoid Valve that Helps Prevent Drips, and Simple Controls for Ease of Use
- Green Certification or Other RecognitionCRI Green Seal of Approval
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Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is CRI Green Seal of Approval.
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