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ProTool M22 14MM Twist to 3/8 QC Coupler

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  • Quick Fitting for converting M22 14MM Twist to Quick Connect PW 3/8 Coupler
  • M22 14MM Female Twist Coupler with a 3/8in Quick Connector

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Item #: 74-4236  UPC : 00669893042155  MPN : M22-14MM 3/8 Coupler



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M22 14MM Twist to 3/8 QC Coupler

Offers a M22 14MM Female Twist Coupler with a 3/8in Quick Connector


  • 4500 PSI
  • 300 Degree F

  • Made of Brass and is tough, wear resistant, corrision resistant for great service life

Professional Adapter: M22-14 female connector to a 3/8 inch socket, 

Convert the M22 thread-on couplings to a 3/8 inch quick connector.

Offcer convenience faster hose and accessory management , saving time and effort.

Wear-resistant & Durable: 

M22-14mm pressure washer fitting is made of plastic+copper for greater wear resistance and longer life.

The 3/8 inch quick connect socket working pressure is up to 4500 PSI and Max Temp is 300°F, 

 Provides secure and quick fittings.

 Color: Black+Copper color
 Material: Plastic+Copper

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