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HUSQVARNAPw480 Powerwasher

€680,00

Max pressure: 180 bar
Water flow: 540-610 l/h
Power rating: 2900 W
Hose length: 13 m


An extra large and powerful high pressure washer with a robust and purposeful design, built for the toughest cleaning tasks outside.

With the pressure control you can adjust the water flow and operation pressure perfectly. Includes an integrated detergent tank which is controlled on the front panel. The brass pump head ensures an outstanding long-term performance. A steel armed high-pressure hose is included.

The Low Force grip activates the trigger with less effort and more comfort for your hand. The induction motor ensures a dependable performance while the aluminum carrying handle facilitates transportation.

Quick hose coupling, large and robust wheels for better traction, and a long spray lance add to the experience. Two swivel functions, for nozzle adjustment and quick connection, prevent hassle.

On-board accessory storage, hose reel and power cord storage make operation efficient. Two nozzles are included.


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