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3UP61 3UP61 UNSPSC # 47121607

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DAYTON

Grainger Choice Product

Crush-Resistant Vacuum Hose, 1 1/2 in Hose Dia., 12 ft Hose Length, Plastic, Black

  • Item # 3UP61
  • Mfr. Model # 3UP61
  • UNSPSC # 47121607
  • Catalog Page # 1576 1576
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Crush-resistant vacuum hoses maintain suction for vacuuming in high-traffic areas where hoses might be stepped on or run over. These hoses flex and compress without kinking or flattening. They're commonly used with compatible wet/dry vacuums at construction sites and manufacturing plants.

Vacuum hoses attach to a vacuum cleaner's intake port to draw in dirt and debris. They connect with compatible attachments to extend their length or adapt to specialized jobs, such as cleaning crevices and upholstery. They're used as replacements for hoses that are worn, damaged, or no longer maintain suction.

Technical Specs

  • Hose Product Grouping Crush-Resistant Vacuum Hose
  • Hose Dia. 1 1/2 in
  • Hose Length 12 ft
  • Material Plastic
  • For Vacuum Type Canister Vacuum, Drum Top Heads, Shop Vacuum
  • Fits Vacuum Brand Dayton
  • Fits Vacuum Models 1VHF8, 1VHF9, 22XJ53, 3UP78, 3VE22, 4TB87, 6AKY2
  • Color Black
  • Includes (2) Locking Fit Types, (3) Machine/Inlet Hose Ends, Accessory Hose End, Friction Fit
  • Item Crush-Resistant Vacuum Hose

Crush-resistant vacuum hoses maintain suction for vacuuming in high-traffic areas where hoses might be stepped on or run over. These hoses flex and compress without kinking or flattening. They're commonly used with compatible wet/dry vacuums at construction sites and manufacturing plants.

Vacuum hoses attach to a vacuum cleaner's intake port to draw in dirt and debris. They connect with compatible attachments to extend their length or adapt to specialized jobs, such as cleaning crevices and upholstery. They're used as replacements for hoses that are worn, damaged, or no longer maintain suction.

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