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KOB U610DC 50 feet Pig-Tail - 8 amp Upright Vacuum

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KOB U610DC 50 Feet Pig-Tail-8 AMP Upright Vacuum

Vacuum carpet, rugs, or walk-off matting with this extra wide upright vacuum. Manufactured by Koblenz, this unit has both a metal hood and metal chassis. Debris is stored in a dust cup bag that is attached to an adjustable handle. It has an 8 AMP motor and a 5-year chassis warranty. It also has a height adjustment feature that allows the brush to be raised or lowered based on carpet type. No tools are required to access either the belt or brush.

This heavy-duty upright vacuum is wrapped with a bumper, so it won't damage walls, doors, or fixtures; and the durable back wheels make it easy to transport. It includes a detachable 50 FT pigtailed line cord.

An upright vacuum should be used to remove light, dry soil; pickup large debris from the area before operating, and adjust vacuum brush according to carpet thickness so the bristles just flick the surface. After operation, check the vacuum bag and empty into a garbage receptacle when bag is full. Common maintenance includes belt replacement and brush cleaning, as needed.

This product is tailored for use in theaters, restaurants, retail outlets, hotels, shopping malls, schools, office buildings, and homes. It is sold in individual quantities.

16" Cleaning Path | 1000 Watts | 145 CFM | 8 AMP | 50' Cord

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Manufacturer: Koblenz
Model#: KOB U610DC
Shipping Weight: 24lbs (ea)
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KOB U610DC 50 feet Pig-Tail - 8 amp Upright Vacuum

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