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FLOOD KING

PORTABLE WATER EXTRACTOR FOR RESTORATION

The Flood King is designed to be the most efficient and effective way to extract flood water from carpet at any water damaged or flooded facility.

This new and innovative design has increased the efficiency of the airflow by top mounting dual 3-stage vacuums, thus eliminating bends in the vacuum hoses that would normally restrict airflow. Powerful yet efficient, the 3-stage vacuums only use 13 Amps of power which is ideal for flooded sites where power may be limited.

  • Dual 3-stage vacuums
  • Efficient, ergonomic design
  • 3-stage filtration system
  • Lightweight and portable

The Flood King’s ergonomic and lightweight design makes it easy to handle by one person with little or no bending or stooping. Large rear wheels carry the Flood King up and down stairs or anywhere you need it to be to complete the job with little effort or strain

To increase productivity, this machine comes with two diaphragm bilge pumps that automatically remove the waste water from the 9 gallon recovery tank through a standard 3/4” garden hose at 10.5 GPM, thus eliminating the need to stop and empty the tank.

For power and versatility, test-drive the Flood King today and see the difference high quality and innovation can make at your next restoration cleanup job.

Specifications

Power Cord One, 25ft., 12 gauge, 3-wire hospital grad plug

Power Consumption 13 Amps

Recovery Capacity 9 gallon

Vacuum Intake Hose 2” x 25’

Vacuum Motors Two 3-stage vacuums

Waterlift/CFM 100”/170 CFM

Air Watts 520 AM (in operational range)

Overflow Protection Electronic float / Auto ON/OFF

Discharge Pumps Two diaphragm bilge pumps

Discharge Hose One ¾” x 50’

Discharge Rate 10.5 GPM

Filter System One 80 micron polyester mesh strainer at the water inlet to the recovery tank. Two mesh S/S filters in recovery tank Two mesh S/S screens in-line

Weight 88 lbs.

MANUALS & LITERATURE

Product Specifications
114 KB, PDF, Last Update: Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Operations Manual
246 KB, PDF, Last Update: Thursday, February 16, 2012

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