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Product description

Foam Cannon with 6 Adapters for Most of North American Electric High Pressure Washers

Disclaimer: We are not these brands or affiliated with them. We did not sell these Pressure Washers, but do offer some compatible parts for them.

Adjustable spray pattern

Stainless steel mesh filter

Adjustable chemical valve

Parcel contents:

1. Snow foam lance body, Max 160bar/ 2320psi

2. 0.6 Litre bottle, marked with volume calibration line

3. Pick up tube

4. 6 adapters

5. PTFE sealing tape

Important Notice:

Adapter A for Nilfisk/ Lavor/ Briggs Stratton/ Craftsman/ Pressure Joe/ Cleanforce etc. high pressure washers;

Adapter B for Bosche/ AR Blue Clean/ Michelin etc. high pressure washers;

Adapter C for Karcher K-series high pressure washers;

Adapter D for Powerwasher/ Husky/ Homelite/ Greenworks etc. high pressure washers;

Adapter E for pressure washer gun with 1/4" quick release fitting;

Adapter F for pressure washer gun with outlet fitting M22-female.

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