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SL18402-8B - 6.0 HP 8 Gallon Stainless Steel with Cart

The Stanley stainless steel 8 Gallon* wet dry vacuum features a powerful heavy-duty motor for industry-leading performance, providing maximum suction power for heavy-duty pickup. Great for wet and dry pickups, this powerful blower port instantly converts the wet dry vacuum into a power blower. It features a strong handle for easy carrying, large on/off switch with water-resistant design for safe and quick access, convenient, built-in power cord wrap, accessory storage casters that keep your tools organized and provide ease of movement in any direction, and a built-in tank drain makes draining easy. Stanley wet dry vacuums provide superior performance in any environment.

  • 6.0 peak HP** with a heavy-duty motor providing maximum suction for heavy-duty pickup. 
  • 8 gallon* stainless steel container.
  • Great for both wet and dry cleaning projects. 
  • Rear blower port design converts the wet/dry vacuum into a powerful blower. 
  • Swiveling front casters provide ease of movement in any direction.
  • High performance cartridge filter for wet or dry pick up.
  • Strong handles for easy carrying. 
  • Built-in cord wrap and accessory holder keep all accessories organized.
  • Large on/off switch with water-resistant design. 
  • Built-in tank drain makes draining easy. 
  • Gallon Size : 8.0*
  • HP : 6**
  • CFM :100
  • Sealed Pressure : 70"
  • Cord Length : 10'
  • Hose Length : 6'
  • Accessory size :  1-7/8" 
  • Accessory size : 1-7/8" 
  • 1-7/8" x 6' hose (19-1100), crevice nozzle (19-1400), 2-extension wands (19-1200), utility nozzle (19-1300), floor nozzle (19-1900).
  • Foam/Cartridge Filter : (08-2566B)
  • Disposable filter bag :  (19-3100) 
Packaging Information
  • CTN dimension (inches) : 24.8 x 15.16 x 18.5 
  • Length (inches) : 24.8
  • Width (inches) : 15.1
  • Height (inches) : 18.5
  • Weight (lbs): 23.8

*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.


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