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Whisper Wash 28in Big Guy 4 Nozzle w/whe

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  • Whisper Wash 28in Big Guy 4 Nozzle w/whe
  • Manufacturer Part Number: WP-2800-4
  • Driveways, Parking Lots, Sidewalks, Pool
  • And Patio Decks, Service Stations, Warehouse Floors, Loading Docks, School Yards, Public Facilities, Marina Docks, Restaurants, Stadiums, Tile Roofs, Tennis Courts

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Item #: 74-3812  UPC : 00669893041516  MPN : WP-2800-4

$1,532.40

$1,736.75

 
 
 Available to Order, Estimated Delivery: Late May
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Whisper Wash 28in Big Guy 4 Nozzle w/whe

Manufacturer Part Number: WP-2800-4
Applications:
Driveways, Parking Lots, Sidewalks, Pool and Patio Decks, Service Stations, Warehouse Floors, Loading Docks, School Yards, Public Facilities, Marina Docks, Restaurants, Stadiums, Tile Roofs, Tennis Courts, And Lots More!!


    Pressure Range: 2,000 - 5,000 psi

    Housing Material: ABS

    Max Temperature: 212 degrees F

    Max Flow: 4 - 10 gpm

    Housing Size: 28 in.

    Weight: 41 lbs.
Item Code:74-3812
Model:WP-2800-4
CATEGORIES:24in to 36in Surface Cleaners

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