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Trigger Gun 5000psi 300deg 12gpm

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  • One of the Best Trigger Guns available this gun combines strength with ease of use for many hours of reliable cleaning
  • The trigger is an easy pull style offering the operator 42% less trigger force and up to 60% reduction in holding pressure to hand and arm reduce fatigue
  • Designed and tested for over 150,000 trigger pulls at max pressure
  • PSI: 5000 - GPM: 12 - Temperature: 300 deg F - 3/8in FPT inlet x 1/4in FPT outlet
  • Ideal for commercial cleaning and long work time applications

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Item #: 74-5205  UPC : 00669893042445  MPN : 8.751.213.0

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Trigger Gun 5000psi 300deg 12gpm

Trigger gun ideal for long work time and industrial easy operation.requires 42% less trigger force than similar trigger gun reduces strain:relax action trigger and comfort grip reduce trigger force up to 20% and holding force up to 60% longer product life.

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