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Needle Scaler, 2-5/8 In. Stroke, 10.0 CFM
- Item # 3AAH8
- Mfr. Model # 3AAH8
- UNSPSC # 27131507
- Catalog Page # 3548
- Shipping Weight 7.0 lbs.
- ItemNeedle Scaler
- Blows per Minute3000
- Stroke Length2-5/8"
- Average CFM @ 15 Second Run Time2.0
- CFM @ Full Load10.0
- Required Pressure90 psi
- Air Inlet1/4" NPT
- Min. Hose Size3/8"
- Overall Length14-1/2"
- Handle TypePistol
- ThrottlePush Button
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