Auto Flush® Coyne & Delany/Crane Rex Adapter Kit

SKU: 401972

The Rubbermaid Commercial Auto Flush® Adapter Kit fits Coyne & Delany / Crane Rex valves to connect Auto Flush® systems

  • Fits Coyne & Delany / Crane Rex valves to connect Auto Flush® systems.

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Auto Flush® Adapter Kit fits Coyne & Delany / Crane Rex valves to connect Auto Flush® systems

Features and Benefits:

  • Fits Coyne & Delany / Crane Rex valves to connect Auto Flush® systems.

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U.S.Metric
Product Length5.31 in13.50 cm
Product Width3.56 in9.04 cm
Product Height3.63 in9.22 cm
Product Weight1.50 lb
Upc00086876212945
Case Pack Length4.50 in11.43 cm
Case Pack Width4.00 in10.16 cm
Case Pack Height2.00 in5.08 cm
Case Pack Weight0.10 lb0.59 kg
Case Pack Quantity1
Ucc00086876212945
Packaging Length5.31 in13.50 cm
Packaging Width3.56 in9.04 cm
Packaging Height3.63 in9.22 cm
ColorPolished Chrome
Material TypeMetal
Country of OriginTaiwan

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