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Husky 010523-02 XS Pressure Activated Unleaded Nozzle with Multi

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Product description

The Husky 010523-02 XS Pressure activated unleaded nozzle with Multi-Plane Swivel can be configured for new installs. This model is 100% continuity and pressure tested and features chrome plated brass fittings, a multi-plane Husky swivel and UL listed components. Comes standard with XS unleaded pressure activated nozzle, multi-plane swivel, reconnectable safe-T-break, 5/8" x 10-foot hardwall curb hose and 5/8" x 9" hardwall whip hose. Stage II decommissioning ready and can be configured for new installs. Pre-fabricated hanging hardware assembly. The Husky 010523-02 XS Pressure activated unleaded nozzle with Multi-Plane Swivel protects against defects in materials and workmanship. Husky Corporation produces high-quality nozzles, swivels, Safe-T-Breaks and accessories for service station fuel delivery systems. For more than 60-years, Husky has been on the cutting edge of developing and manufacturing products to ensure consumer and environmental safety at the gas pump. Husky's product line features equipment for vapor recovery, conventional fueling, truck and high volume, farm and commercial and convenience store applications.

Husky 010523-02 XS Pressure Activated Unleaded Nozzle with Multi

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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