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Zodi Outback Gear Hot Tap Pro 100 Portable Shower and Water Heater - Stainless Steel

Item# 252-5170-AF | Model# 5170 | Added on July 29, 2018 |
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Zodi Outback Gear Hot Tap Pro 100 Portable Shower and Water Heater - Stainless Steel
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When connected to a pressurized water source, the Hot Tap Pro 70 will produce instantaneous hot showers for all in camp. The battery-powered push-button electric igniter fires up the 105,000-BTU heater and high-volume hot water flows in seconds. Adjust the water temperature with an easy-to-use control knob and select which spray pattern in the showerhead suits you best, and others in camp can adjust the system to their liking. The extra-long shower hose gives you versatility when setting up your site, and the entire system is easily maneuverable with the transport cart on never-flat tires. Tough military-specification stainless steel construction and the industrial-grade brass hose connector for the cold-water intake make the system highly durable and dependable. One showerhead is standard, but a second and third quick-disconnect showerheads can be added. Ideal for use by first responders when reporting to scenes requiring decontamination or HAZMAT control. Additional Zodi items that complement this system are the Zodi Privacy Shelter, the Zodi i.hut Canopy and the Zodi Pro 70/100 additional shower hose with showerhead. Requires water pump or pressurized water source, standard propane tank and three AA batteries (not included). Made in USA. Dimensions: 24L x 12.5W x 42H. Weight: 138 lbs. Color: Stainless Steel. Type: Portable Showers.
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