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Adapter EURO to ACME thread

Quick Overview

  • This adapter will convert your euro threaded tips to acme threads.
  • .This adapter threads onto Euro-threaded water fed poles and converts them to the standard ACME thread.
  • this tool, your water fed pole can now accept standard brushes, angle adapters, and dusting tools.

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Item #: 157-399  MPN : ATA

$5.80

$6.20

 
 
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Adapter EURO to ACME thread

This adapter will convert your euro threaded tips to acme threads.This adapter threads onto Euro-threaded water fed poles and converts them to the standard ACME thread. With this tool, your water fed pole can now accept standard brushes, angle adapters, and dusting tools.

The advantage of this is that you will be able to use all your standard tools along with the reach of your waterfed pole. A good example would be to add this adapter to your waterfed pole, then add a cobweb brush to it.

You know you can screw your Gutter Tool onto a broom or painter’s pole. Wouldn’t it be convenient to combine it with the reach of the your waterfed pole? But the two have different types of threading, so they are not compatible. Enter the Euro-ACME Thread Adapter.

In the US, most brooms, painting poles, and other tool handles have what is called acme threading. The tools that screw onto those poles–broom or mop heads, paint rollers, rakes–use acme threading, too. Waterfed poles, however, use Euro screw threading. The two are not compatible. Euro threads tend to be closer together and have a different pitch than acme threads.

Our adapter has both types of threading. The male threads are acme, just like your painter’s pole. That means your Gutter Tool or cobweb duster, etc., will screw securely onto the adapter. The female threading (where you insert the pole) has Euro threads, the same as your waterfed pole. So it will screw securely onto the waterfed pole.

Now you can reach cobwebs or gutters thirty feet high while you keep both feet on the ground. Depending upon which pole and which extensions you have, you may be able to reach forty, fifty, even sixty feet high. All without stepping on a ladder.

 

**Will screw on to any Euro threaded goosneck.