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Muck Scupper Sludge and Water Evacuation Tool

Quick Overview

  • Turns your pressure washer into a powerful drain pump, this scupper uses pressure washer power to evacuate sludge, slurry and water
  • The energy from your pressure washer creates a venturi based suction to pull most liquids up from the surface
  • Easy to use simpley connect to your 1/4 in quick connect on the wand and pull the trigger.
  • Capable of up to 80 gallons per minute with a moderate rise in elevation
  • The 15 feet of 1/ 1/2in discharge hose is ideal for cleaning sumps, fountains, jacuzzis and pool, can be used as a cleanup aids

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Item #: 74-2740  UPC : 00669893040632  MPN : ANS04



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Muck Scupper Sludge, Slurry, Water Evacuation Tool

This water extraction accessory make quick work of your water movement needs, draining pools, ponds, flood waters becomes a simple task. 

Need to drain the water from a flooded or clogged storm drain simple place the scupper attached to your pressure washer gun and pull the trigger. 

The energy from your pressure washer create a vacuum that removes the water out of the are at up to 80 gallons per minute

Connect to your existing ¼" pressure washer wand quick connect coupler, no other tools required.


  • Scupper Body
  • 1/4 in Male Quick Connection
  • 15 feet of 1-1/2in discharge hose

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