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ProTool Spray Adaptor Triple Head Trident

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Spray Adapter Triple Head TridentThe Trident is a triple headed spray nozzle for soft wash application. It has 3 65 degree fan jets and a 8 mm push in...

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Item #: 157-4006  UPC : 00669893025165  MPN : Trident



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Spray Adapter Triple Head Trident

The Trident is a triple headed spray nozzle for soft wash application. It has 3 65 degree fan jets and a 8 mm push in connector for standard water fed hose. The female end is Euro threaded so can it can be directly attached to the end of your WFP. The Trident combined with our Chariot allows technicians to add the service of soft wash and roof washing while using equipment they already have.

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