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Swivel 1/4in Mosmatic M-F 4000p 250 deg

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  • Eliminates hose twist
  • Reduces stress on operator and equipment
  • 4000 PSI
  • Up to 30.0 GPM
  • 1/4in. NPTM thread size

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Item #: 74-2609  UPC : 00669893040403  MPN : 32.552



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Swivel 1/4in Mosmatic M-F 4000p 250 deg

Manufacturer Part Number: 32.552

Item Code:74-2609

This Mosmatic Live Stainless Steel Pressure Washer Swivel eliminates hose twist and reduces stress on the operator and on fittings. 

Max. PSI: 4,000, Material: Stainless steel

Eliminates hose twist Reduces stress on operator and equipment 4000 PSI Up to 30.0 GPM 1/4in. NPTM thread size 

Model Number: 32.564. Size: 3. Age Group: Adult.

When you want the best, choose a Mosmatic Swivel. 

This DGV Series Stainless Swivel is a perfect choice for use in High Pressure Guns, Hose Connections and Hydraulics. 

It features a single-bearing system with a live swivel, reinforced inner part and is maintenance free.


  • Pressure 4000 PSI

  • Temperature: 250 F

  • RPM: Max 30 RPM

  • Body: Stainless Steel Brass, Nickel Plated

  • Seal: O-Ring

  • Bearing: 1x Thrust Ball Bearing

  • Throughput Medium: pH 3-12

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