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Stainless Steel Airless Foam Wand

Stainless Steel Airless Foam Wand
$99.00
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The Stainless Steel Airless Foam Wand is designed for pressure washers that are already equipped with a downstream chemical injector, this Airless Foam Wand draws in atmospheric air to produce wet clinging foam.
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Designed for pressure washers that are already equipped with a downstream chemical injector, this Airless Foam Wand draws in atmospheric air to produce wet clinging foam. It can throw foam up to 25 feet.

  • Minimum 4 GPM Required
  • Minimum 1000 PSI Required
  • Includes the 1/4" Male QC for connection.
  • Replaces your black soap nozzle with an airless foam wand that projects wet, clinging foam to increase chemical contact time & effectiveness
  • Foaming expands the chemical solution and reduces over-application by providing visual assurance of coverage
  • Applying foam lowers the application pressure and allows for more delicate surfaces to be cleaned with a pressure washer
  • Industrial-strength, all stainless steel design ensures durability and reliable performance
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 969400

Stainless Steel Airless Foam Wand. The Stainless Steel Airless Foam Wand is designed for pressure washers that are already equipped with a downstream chemical injector, this Airless Foam Wand draws in atmospheric air to produce wet clinging foam.

  • Price: $99.00 - In stock
Product Questions

Product Questions

Hi I would like to know if I can use this Stainless Steel Airless Foam Wand , with an electric pressure washer 1900 psi, also do you have any video where I can see how this works, Is it a fan tip?
Thank you
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Can the tip size be changed? I use a 8gpm unit and want to use a jet tip 60 to 80gpm which I use now to with my chemical injector. Can a I place a quick connect at the end to use multiple tips?
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