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6.0g 4000psi Hot Box Stationary

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  • To be used in conjunction with an existing pressure washer.
  • A high pressure jumper hose with QCs will also be required (not included).
  • All units are completely factory assembled, tested in the USA, and delivered ready to operate.
  • Adjustable Thermostat Temperature Control

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Item #: 74-1407  UPC : 00669893040021  MPN : HBS12V60

$2,881.10

$3,153.60

 
 
 Available to Order, Estimated Delivery: Early June
This is an obsolete Item

6.0g 4000psi Hot Box Stationary

To be used in conjunction with an existing pressure washer. 

A high pressure jumper hose with QC's will also be required (not included). 

All units are completely factory assembled, tested in the USA, and delivered ready to operate.

Item Code:74-1407
CATEGORIES:Hot Boxes - Hot Water addon

The HBS Series stationary vertical natural gas generator connects to almost any cold water pressure washer and contains some of the following standard features:

  • 4.0 or 6.0GPM and 4,000 PSI
  • LP Gas
  • Schedule 80 Heating Coil
  • Adjustable Thermostat Temperature Control

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