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FloodSafe® Flexible Braided Stainless Steel Water Supply Connectors for Washing Machines

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Size(s):

3/4 x 3/4 in. (20 x 20mm)

Description:

Series FS-CWM-S FloodSafe® Flexible Braided Stainless Steel Water Supply Connectors for Washing Machines are used in residential & commercial applications, specifically for washing machine hookups. They include a shutoff device on the inlet side to protect against catastrophic water damage. There are no mechanical moving parts during normal operation and no power source is required. FloodSafe® connectors consist of PVC tubing jacketed with braided stainless steel, and permanently attached, brass, compression end fittings. Various end connections are available. Available lengths: 48, 60 and 72 in. UPC listed.

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