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KOB RT4 E Portable Wet / Dry Vacs

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KOB RT4 E Portable Wet/Dry Vacs

Vacuum any surface with this portable wet/dry vac including concrete, resilient, synthetic, wood floors, carpet, and tile. It is tailored for wet or dry applications, providing a means to easily remove spills, sawdust, or slurry. The wand and other attachments are the perfect tools for vacuuming cobwebs or furniture; also use for cleaning vehicle interiors. Regardless of the job, this wet/dry vac is a handy companion.

Prior to operation, remove large debris from the cleanup area, and determine which attachments, if any, you will need to complete the task. After operation, drain the fluid into an appropriate drain, or empty dry debris into a garbage receptacle. (Depending upon the type of soil being removed, additional disposal actions may be required.) Wipe or let air dry-do not allow moist or liquid soil to dwell in the vacuum compartment for any prolonged period of time as it may result in mold or bacteria growth. Periodically, or as appropriate, disinfect the vacuum compartment along with the expandable hose and any tool attachments. Store this wet/dry vac in a dry environment.

This product is tailored for use in shipyards, warehouses, retail outlets, grocery stores, shopping malls, schools, office buildings, and homes. Personal Protective Equipment may be required and should be determined in accordance with the type of soil being removed.

3 GAL | 1 HP | 6 FT Hose expands to 12 FT

Accessories:
Pickup Tool | Floor Tool | Squeegee Insert | (2) Extension Wands

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Manufacturer: Koblenz
Model#: KOB RT4 E
Shipping Weight: 15lbs (ea)
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