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Vacuum Surface Cleaner 30in SS

Quick Overview

  • Control overspray from pressure washing sidewalks, warehouse floors, tile surfaces and more
  • Sanitize with up to 230 degree F water
  • 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

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Item #: 74-2519  UPC : 00669893040380  MPN : SC30V

$3,781.35

$4,285.55

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

Vacuum Surface Cleaner 30in SS

Vacuuming Surface Cleaner
Clean a 29in path and vacuum up wash water in ONE PASS.
When combined with the right Recovery Vacuum 450cfm or larger
Surface Cleaner works with 5gpm but works best with a 8 GPM Pressure Washer.
Includes a 3 nozzle spray bar
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

    Vacuum Surface Cleaner 21in

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