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Drain Cleaning Machine, 5/8x100, 4/10 HP
- Item # 3FE63
- Mfr. Model # 93557
- UNSPSC # 47121808
- Catalog Page # 1186
- Shipping Weight 197.0 lbs.
- ItemDrain Cleaning Machine
- Drain Line I.D. Size Range3" to 6"
- Max. Run200 ft.
- Operating Speed285 rpm
- Drum Capacity100 ft. of 5/8" Cable
- StandardsUL, CUL and CSA
- FeaturesTubular Frame, GFI Protected
- Includes5/8 In x 100 Ft Integral Wound Cable, (1VXF1) 2 In, (1VXF2) 3 In, (1VXF4) 4 In Double Cutters, (1VXE7) Spear Blade Cutter, Pair of Work Gloves, 2 Reclining Legs, 5/8 In x 2 Ft Trap Leader, Tool box
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• Line Capacity – 3"- 6" Lines, Up to 200 feet.
• Drum Capacity – 100' of 5/8" Cable.
• Weight (Machine & 100 ft. of Cable) – 180 lbs.
• Length – 291/2".
• Height – 431/2" (Max).
• Width – 183/4".
The smallest line this machine has the capability to do is 3". Thanks.
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