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Walk Behind Carpet Extractor, 1 gal., 110V, 50 psi, 12" Cleaning Path
- Item # 4LPD8
- Mfr. Model # M900A
- UNSPSC # 47121609
- Catalog Page # 1893
- Shipping Weight 37.5 lbs.
- Item Walk Behind Carpet Extractor
- Cleaning Path 12"
- Power Source 110V
- Solution Tank Capacity 1 gal.
- Recovery Tank Capacity 1 gal.
- Pump Pressure 50 psi
- Brush Speed 1500 rpm
- Material Anti-Microbial Plastic
- Cord Length 25 ft.
- Features Utilizes Prefilled Cleaning Solution Cartridges, Eliminating Need to Mix and Measure Solutions, No Contamination, Separate Tanks Hold Clean and Extracted Water, Compact Size with Large, Retractable Wheels Takes Up Only 1 sq. ft. of Storage Space
- Includes Hand Held Nozzle with 12 ft. Hose
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