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Quick Connect 045 Nozzle And Holder Set (3000psi)

€35,00
Quick Connect 045 Nozzle And Holder Set
4 Pack Colour Coded QC Nozzle Sets Can be used with various Pressure Washers.
This Nozzle Set contains a complete set of 4 quick coupler 045 nozzles with 0, 15 and 25 degree sprays and one soap nozzle.
General Pump Nozzles High Quality Quick Couple Style, Colour Coded, Hardened Stainless Steel Nozzles Quick Connect Style Nozzle Fits most 1/4" quick couplers.
Holder included for easy storage.

Set of 4.

Red, 0 Degrees.

Yellow, 15 Degrees.

Green, 25 Degrees.

Black, 60 Degrees.
Quick Connect 045 Nozzle And Holder Set
4 Pack Colour Coded QC Nozzle Sets Can be used with various Pressure Washers.
This Nozzle Set contains a complete set of 4 quick coupler 045 nozzles with 0, 15 and 25 degree sprays and one soap nozzle.
General Pump Nozzles High Quality Quick Couple Style, Colour Coded, Hardened Stainless Steel Nozzles Quick Connect Style Nozzle Fits most 1/4" quick couplers.
Holder included for easy storage.

Set of 4.

Red, 0 Degrees.

Yellow, 15 Degrees.

Green, 25 Degrees.

Black, 60 Degrees.
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