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Stanley P2350S 2,350 PSI 2.3 GPM Gas Pressure Washer w/ High-Pressure Variable Spray Wand

Item# SPM6475422807 | Model# P2350S | Added on October 26, 2016 | Seller: CPO Outlets
Stanley P2350S 2,350 PSI 2.3 GPM Gas Pressure Washer w/ High-Pressure Variable Spray Wand
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Description
Stanley P2350S. Features: Best in class performance, accessories and features that only Stanley provides. Compact and lightweight integrated pump design. Thermal relief valve helps prevent pump damage while idling. Unique high quality stainless steel finish. Engine enclosure minimizes wear and corrosion.

  • This compact and lightweight gasoline powered Stanley P2350S pressure washer offers a patent pending design that integrates the engine and pump to provide more power, less vibration and a longer product life. Ideal for medium-duty jobs, its compact design makes it perfect for portable applications, and allows for easy storage when not in use.
  • IMPORTANT: This product is not CARB Compliant and may not be used in the state of California.
Features
  • Best in class performance, accessories and features that only Stanley provides
  • Compact and lightweight integrated pump design
  • Thermal relief valve helps prevent pump damage while idling
  • Unique high quality stainless steel finish
  • Engine enclosure minimizes wear and corrosion
Includes
  • 2,350 PSI 2.3 GPM Gas Pressure Washer w/ High-Pressure Variable Spray Wand - P2350S
  • 25 ft. Braid Reinforced Hose
  • Detergent Injector
  • Siphon Hose
Specifications
  • Length: 18.25 in.
  • Width: 15.5 in.
  • Height: 16.4 in.
  • Weight: 47.4 lbs.
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  • Adjustable Wand:
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  • CARB Compliant: No
  • Chemical Injection Method: Detergent Tank
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  • Engine Make: Stanley
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  • Engine Warranty:
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