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Vac Super Whip Systems

Originally published: 11.27.12 by


Vac Super Whip Systems

 

Vac Systems International's Super Whip Airline System is a cleaning tool geared for residential and small commercial ductwork. It includes: 

  • Octopus whip head
  • Tri whip head
  • Single whip head
  • Forward air nozzle with coupler
  • Reverse air nozzle with coupler
  • Support ball assembly
  • 25-foot airline with wire inside and on/off trigger

The 25-foot airline assembly replaces the traditional extension rods and makes it an economical whip system package. 

 

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