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Milwaukee 8936-20 model 1-Stage Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner

SKU: 37899
   based on 1 Reviews
$289.41/ea
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About the Milwaukee 8936-20

The Milwaukee 8936-20 model 1-Stage Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaner is a part of the Vacuum Series. This robust vacuum cleaner gives you a positive water shut-off to protect the motor during wet pick-up, and heavy duty filter that can handle larger pieces of material as well as dust. It includes: a vacuum cleaner, a 7' X 1-1/2" hose, a 1-1/2" conversion unit, a dolly caster assembly, a tool basket, a cartridge filter, and a filter bag.It has a 9.5 AMP motor.

Product Details

Product: Power Tools
Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Type: Vacuum
Style:
Electrical Voltage: 110-120 Volt
Mpn # 8936-20
Shipping Dimensions 27.3" x 14.5" x 27.3"
Weight 20.94 lbs.
Shipping Dimensional Weight 61.05 lbs.

Product Features

  • 7-1/2 gal. 7/8 bu. recovery capacity 9.5 amp motor
  • Durable Polypropylene Tank
  • High efficiency Filtration System
  • One-stage bypass motor for wet/dry operation

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


Would buy this product again Rated 4 by Anonymous
Run a general contracting business. have been using the vacuum for about 3 years now, for all types of floors, mostly hard surface. Always use a bag in the unit as we are often cleaning up fine dust(drywall). Unit has very good suction even when the bag is full. The only complaint I have is the lip on the top of the drum. It makes it dificult to get a full bag out without ripping it. Perhaps I overfill the bag, but when it is heavy with drywall dust, it can be a challenge to get it out for disposal. Wish it was a little easier to get bags. Local dealers have to order them and it can take a while to get them. The 1 1/2" hose is much better than the smaller hoses, and easier to work with than the 2". We bought the 25ft hose, but the unit is so light and easy to manouver, we rarely need it.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

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