600 psi ¼ Pressure Test Gauge by PressureWasher.net at Rogers Gardening Services. MPN: gaugeSet-PSI-6w-600psi. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Installed between the wand and nozzle this gauge will tell you the actual delivered pressure after going through any length of hose or hose reel swivels, etc. leaving the trigger gun. Easily determine if you're wasting gasoline on flow restrictions! Includes gauge and QC ''Tee'' adapter.
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Installed between the wand and nozzle this gauge will tell you the actual delivered pressure after going through any length of hose or hose reel swivels, etc. leaving the trigger gun. Easily determine if you're wasting gasoline on flow restrictions! Includes gauge and QC "Tee" adapter.
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