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Cherne 410608 40-60" Test-Ball Plug 8.7 PSI, 20 FT

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Cherne 410608 40-60" Test-Ball Plug 8.7 PSI, 20 FT

Item #: WBB1594064

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Cherne 410608 40-60" Test-Ball Plug 8.7 PSI, 20 FT

The Cherne Test-Ball has been the contractor's choice for over 50 years and continues to be the most trusted pneumatic test ball in the industry. Designed for applications from pressure testing and blocking of residential DWV systems to repair maintenance and installation of municipal infrastructure including storm and sanitary sewer piping systems, the Cherne Test-Ball does it all. Cherne Test-Balls are durable, rugged and effective in any type of pipe. Multi-size: More options, less inventory. Larger plugs now feature field repairable rupture disc technology. Large plugs feature a removable valve allowing them to be repaired or replaced with quick disconnect fittings. All Test-Balls are bendable to 90*#176;.

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    • BRANDCherne
    • DESCRIPTIONTest-Ball Plug
    • PACKAGE QUANTITY1
    • FEET OF HEAD20
    • SIZE40-60"
    • MANUFACTURER'S PART NUMBER410608
    • BACK PRESSURE P.S.I.8.7

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