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Knight Micro Pro II Liquid detergent, rinse and sanitizer control with three peristaltic pumps, with one transformer, with high-


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**All Knight Products Have a 2-3 Day Handling Time**

Liquid detergent, rinse and sanitizer control with three

peristaltic pumps, w/ one transformer, installation kit; in

stainless steel case with splash resistant plastic lid **with high-pressure check valve**.

The Micro Pro II warewash systems provide the ultimate in versatility and convenience. The tilt front and cover makes setting and servicing the unit quick and easy. Having choices of probe/probeless operation, high and low range concentration settings, rinse delay, rinse limit, dry detergent, liquid detergent, and sanitizer pumps makes the Micro Pro II the universal dispenser. Mount it on the wall or on top of the machine by rotating the pumps and adding the two suction cup feet provided.

Compact, Stainless Steel Case with Splash Guard Plastic Cover

Tilt-Up Circuit Board Adjustment

Fold Down Front Pump Panel

Built In Transformer

- 115, 208 or 230 VAC 50/60 HZ to 24 VAC

Cover Mounted Rinse & Sani Prime Switches

Easy to Set Dual Concentration Range

Probe or Probeless Operation

Long Life Rinse Motor

Up to 3,000 Hours

Long Life Probe Circuit

Rinse Saver Operations

Proven Long Life Squeeze Tubes

Louder Alarm with Volume Control

Custom Labeling Available

Part Number: 7162710-H7

**This item does not qualify for our free local shipping option.**
  • Model: 7162710-H7

Knight Micro Pro II Liquid detergent, rinse and sanitizer control with three peristaltic pumps, with one transformer, with high-

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