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Pressure Washer Recycling VACGD18 Alkota

Pressure Washer Recycling VACGD18 Alkota Water Reclaim Water Recycle Environmentally Friendly
<no value>Pressure Washer Recycling VACGD18 Alkota Water Reclaim Water Recycle Environmentally Friendly

Pressure Washer Recycling VACGD18 Alkota

Pressure Washer Recycling system VACGD18 will capture your wash water so you can filter or dispose of depending on your needs. The VACGD18 vacuum recovery system features a dependable electric start 18 HP vanguard engine and sutorbilt vacuum pump. You can connect to a surface cleaner while washing flatwork or reclaim from wash mat or wash area. This will keep you compliant with the EPA’s clean water act. If you need to filter and reuse your water you can pair with an Alkota VFS system for high volume filtering. With the support of your local Alkota dealer we can find the correct solution for you.

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Specifications
Vacuum
10 in
Air Flow Capacity
225 cfm
Engine Type
18 HP Vanguard Electric Start
Pump
High Efficiency Sutorbuilt
Weight
400 lbs

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3R Sales And Service is a proud distributor of Alkota Cleaning Systems in Barberton. We are dedicated to cleaning your messes and taking care of our customers with our wide range of power washers, steam cleaners, heaters, and water treatment systems. Our team is always ready to help you find the right cleaning system for the job. More Info

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