Our 16 Gallon*, 6.5 HP** Wet/Dry Vacuum has the power, durability and capacity for large jobsite applications. It also features a fine-dust cartridge filter for small, dry debris and wet materials. Move it around easily with the sturdy handle and swiveling casters. The large on/off switch with water-resistant design provides easy operation, and the built-in 20 ft. power cord gives you plenty of reach. Keep tools and attachments organized with the onboard accessory bag. The tank features a built-in drain to make emptying liquids easy. This package comes with hose, 2 extension wands, a floor nozzle, a crevice nozzle, an accessory bag, Clean Connect Filter, a utility nozzle, 3 disposable filter bags, a car nozzle, a silencing muffler, and a hose adapter.
Large built-in tank drain makes it easy to empty liquids
Powerful 6.5 peak horsepower** motor provides the suction needed for most cleanup jobs
Ultra-durable rubberized casters allow smooth swiveling for ease of movement.
Extra long, 20' power cord with cord wrap helps reach almost any cleanup need
Built-in blower port powerful enough to blow sawdust and debris from almost any workshop.
Ideal for mobile professionals and job site duty.
Built-in accessory storage bag conveniently attached to the backside of the vacuum to keep all accessories neatly organized.
Gallon Size: 16*
Cord Length: 10'
Hose Length: 7'
Hose Diameter: 2.5"
2.5" Hose (DXVA19-2501)
Extension Wands (2) (DXVA08-2502)
Floor Nozzle (DXVA08-2591)
Crevice Nozzle (DXVA08-2506)
Accessory Bag with Holder (DXVA19-5256)
Disposable Filter Bags (3) (DXVA19-4102)
Utility Nozzle (DXVA08-2503)
Clean Connect Filter (DXVC6910)
Hose Adaptor (DXVA25-1213)
Car Nozzle 9DXVA13-4364)
CTN dimension (inches): 20.8 x 20.8 x 29.72
Length (inches): 20.8
Width (inches): 20.8
Height (inches): 29.72
Gross Weight(lbs): 36.6
*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.