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Wet/Dry Air Vacuum, 50 HP, 55 gal, 238 cfm
- Item # 1N162
- Mfr. Model # 98692
- UNSPSC # 47121604
- Catalog Page # 1884
- Shipping Weight 134.0 lbs.
- Item Quad Head Pneumatic Vacuum Head
- Application Wet/Dry
- Static Water Lift 200"
- Air Flow 238 cfm
- Minimum Air Compressor 50 HP
- Air Requirements 198 cfm
- Air Inlet 1"
- Vacuum Tank Capacity 55 gal.
- Tank Material Drum Sold Separately
- Vacuum Hose Dia. 2"
- Vacuum Hose Length 16 ft.
- Horizontal Reach 100 ft.
- Vertical Lift 50 ft.
- Includes 2" Hose Adapter, 16 ft. x 2" Static Conductive Neoprene Hose, Double Curve Wand, 22" floor Squeegee Tool, Floor Gulper Tool and 18" Hand Nozzle
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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