Shop Vac Hardware 8 Gal. Wet/Dry Vacuum - 5950800

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Item #:
379603
Model #:
5950800
Air Volume:
73 CFM
Amperage:
9.8A
Cord Length:
6 Ft.
Description:
8GAL WET/DRY VAC
Dimensions:
18 In. W x 24-1/2 In. H
Filter Type:
Cartridge and Filter Bag
Hose Diameter:
1-1/4 In.
Hose Length:
8 Ft.
Hose Size:
1-1/4" x 8'
Package Quantity:
1
Peak Horsepower:
4.0 HP
Power Cord Length:
6'
Power Rating:
4.0 peak HP
Power Source:
Electric
Sealed Pressure:
56 In.
Size:
8 Gal.
Voltage:
120V
Warranty:
3 Year
Weight:
18 Lb.

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Specifications

Brand Shop Vac
Manufacturer Part Number 5950800
Manufacturer Description 8GAL WET/DRY VAC
Country of Origin Code United States of America
Size 8 Gal.
Power Rating 4.0 peak HP
Power Cord Length 6'
Hose Size 1-1/4" x 8'
Package Quantity 1
Peak Horsepower 4.0 HP
Air Volume 73 CFM
UPC 00026282965080
Hose Diameter 1-1/4 In.
Cord Length 6 Ft.
Hose Length 8 Ft.
Warranty 3 Year
Dimensions 18 In. W x 24-1/2 In. H
Filter Type Cartridge and Filter Bag
Amperage 9.8A
Weight 18 Lb.
Power Source Electric
Voltage 120V
Sealed Pressure 56 In.

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Description

4.0 peak HP motor with super quiet operation. Equipped with cartridge style filter for greater efficiency. Rugged plastic tank won't rust or dent and includes drain plug. 6' cord length. Top and side tank handles plus dual-wheel hooded casters for mobility. On-board accessory storage basket and convenient cord wrap. 73 cfm (cubic feet per minute). Includes eight 1-1/4" accessories: 8' LockOn hose, 2 extension wands, gulper nozzle, crevice tool, cartridge filter, collection filter bag. 3 year warranty. "Peak Horsepower" (PHP) is a term used in the wet-dry vacuum industry for consumer comparison purposes. It does not denote the operational horsepower of a wet-dry vacuum but rather the horsepower output of a motor, including the motor's inertial contribution, achieved in laboratory testing. In actual use, Shop-Vac motors do not operate at the peak horsepower shown. "Tank capacity" refers to actual tank volume and does not reflect capacity available during operation.

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