The 10 Gallon* Stainless Steel wet/dry vac is portable and convenient for small clean-up. With a powerful heavy duty motor for industry leading performance, this vac provides maximum suction power for heavy duty pickup. It features a fine-dust cartridge filter for small, dry debris and wet materials. This vac also features a strong handle for easy carrying, large on/off switch with water-resistant design for safe and quick access, convenient, built-in 10’ power cord and accessory bag to get all your accessories/tools organized. Swiveling casters provide ease of movement in any direction while a built-in tank drain makes draining easy.
Sturdy 10 Gallon* Stainless Steel wet/dry vac ideal for large pick-up applications
Powerful 5.0 peak horsepower** motor provides just the amount of suction needed to most any cleanup job
Ultra durable rubberized casters allow smooth swiveling for ease of movement
10' power cord with cord wrap helps reach almost any cleanup need
Built-in blower port powerful enough to blow sawdust and debri from most any workshop
Built-in accessory storage bag conveniently attached to the backside of the vac to keep all accessories neatly organized
Large built-in tank drain makes it easy to remove liquids picked up
Accessories included: 1 7/8 X 7' hose, 2- extension wands, washable & reusable cartridge filter, floor nozzle, utility nozzle, crevice nozzle, disposable filter bag & accessory storage bag
Gallon Size: 10*
Cord Length: 10'
Hose Diameter: 1-7/8"
Cartridge Filter: DXVC6910
Disposable filter Bag: DXVA19-4101 ,
Extension Wand DXVA19-1202
Utility Nozzle DXVA19-1300
Crevice Nozzle DXVA19-1400
Floor Brush DXVA19-1900
CTN dimension (inches): 19.9*16.5*24.6
Length (inches): 19.9
Width (inches): 16.5
Height (inches): 24.6
Weight (lbs): 22.71
*Tank capacity refers to actual tank volume and does not reflect capacity available during operation.
**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, motors do not operate at the peak horsepower shown.