SPRITE AIR SCOOP™ WET/DRY VACUUM
VERSATILITY SAVES TIME AND LABOR
With today’s high cost of labor, why waste time with mops and buckets? Put an Advance Sprite® Air Scoop™ on the job and start saving money.
The Sprite Air Scoop wet/dry vacuum is available in a 16-gallon (60 L) tank size. It has a rugged, rotationally molded polyethylene tank that is corrosion proof and will not chip or dent.
It conveniently pivots on a hinge to dump its contents or drains through a built in hose. The entire tank lifts off for cleaning and allows total access for motor service or maintenance.
The powerful, yet quiet, 70 dB A, 1.3 hp 2-stage, by-pass motor is located under the tank for protection from water and debris. A float system stops recovery to prevent tank overflow.
For dry pick up, insert a sock filter or a reusable cloth bag, and use any of the dry pick up accessories. A washable exhaust filter helps assure dust containment.
The Advance Sprite Air Scoop picks up water faster than those with a hose and wand, and is especially effective in tight spots. The 24-inch (60 cm) front-mounted squeegee maneuvers right up to walls and into corners, picking up either in forward or reverse. A simple floor pedal raises or lowers the squeegee, which is spring-loaded to follow floor contours for thorough results.
PERFORMANCE & FEATURES
- The front mounted squeegee increases productivity by 80% over manual pick up tools
- A built-in float system cuts off the vacuum air flow when the tank fills with liquid, preventing overflow
- Rotomolded poly tank is hinged for tip and pour emptying, and can be completely removed from base for easy clean-out
- Tough polyethylene construction and functional design assure durability, dependability
- Large rear wheels make transport easy, even up or down stairs
- Rotomolded handle allows comfortable operating positions for all users
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