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Honda Powerwasher GX200 Gearbox Drive

€1.100,00
Maxflow cold water pressure washer powered by a Honda GX200 petrol engine. Featuring a premium series Comet pump, this machine produces 14 litres per minute water flow at a pressure of 150 bar. Includes chemical pick up hose complete with filter, and adjustable pressure nozzle for chemical application

Features:

Recoil start
Gearbox driven
Compact and convenient low profile frame
10 Meter Twin Wire High Pressure Hose included in price
Includes hand gun, lance and nozzle
Engine
Honda
Pump
Comet
Max. Litres Per Minute
14
Max. Bar
150
Max. PSI
2200
Drive System
Gearbox
Frame
Low Profile
Dimensions LxWxH
880 x 470 x 490 mm
Manufacturer
Maxflow

Maxflow cold water pressure washer powered by a Honda GX200 petrol engine. Featuring a premium series Comet pump, this machine produces 14 litres per minute water flow at a pressure of 150 bar. Includes chemical pick up hose complete with filter, and adjustable pressure nozzle for chemical application

Features:

Recoil start
Gearbox driven
Compact and convenient low profile frame
10 Meter Twin Wire High Pressure Hose included in price
Includes hand gun, lance and nozzle
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