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Vacuum Surface Cleaner 12in SS

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  • Sanitize with up to 250 deg F water
  • Work as fast as you can walk
  • Floors and cleaned surfaces dry in minutes

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Item #: 74-2516  UPC : 00669893040366  MPN : SC12V



 Available to Order, Estimated Delivery: Late May
This is an obsolete Item

Vacuum Surface Cleaner 12in SS

Vacuuming Surface Cleaner
Clean a 11in path and vacuum up wash water in ONE PASS.
When combined with the right Recovery Vacuum 100cfm or larger
Surface Cleaner works with 3 gpm but works best with a 4 or larger GPM Pressure Washer.
When Ordering Specify the

  • Gallons per minute (gpm)
  • Pressure (psi)
  • So that correct nozzles for the spray bar will be provided
    Maintenance and repair parts are readily available

    Vacuuming Surface Cleaner 12in

    This 12in surface cleaner requires 100 CFM Recovery Vacuum

    Control overspray from pressure washing sidewalks, warehouse floors, tile surfaces and more.

    The #1 MOST important reason to own these is instant-capture

  • Sanitize with up to 250 Degree F water
  • Work as fast as you can walk
  • Floors and cleaned surfaces dry in minutes
  • Add filtration for Re-Use and have the ultimate in water conservation

    Closed Loop Cleaning Systems are revolutionary in enviro-compliance and time savings.

    When the pressure washing and wash water control are done simultaneously…(aka.. NO Rinsing !)

    Enjoy increased workspeed which quickly pays for the equipment

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