For technical and sanitary reasons, sewer jetting machines are frequently cleaned. Particularly, the blocking of the cross sections as well as odour problems need to be avoided. Also, damages at the channel walls must be recognized very early, which is only possible, if the walls are completely clean. Further, inorganic deposits that reduce the sewage treatment efficiency must be removed.
Sewer jetting / drain jetting / gutter cleaning is the process of using sewer jetting machines to bring a sewer drain line back to like-new condition without having to actually replace the line. This is very cost-effective practice, as well as a nearly effortless task- especially for drain jetting that are heavily used, even for grease. (You aren’t supposed to be dumping that down there in the first place!).
Anyone, who has ever had to deal with a sewer or even residential septic tank, knows all about clogs and back-ups. Soap scum residue, grease, hair, food, mineral deposits and more can all cause a drain to back up. As much as people try to be careful with what they send down the tube, it is almost inevitable that these things will at some time pass through eventually causing clogs. Even as careful as you are with grease- you may not directly dump it down the drain- but the remaining grease on pots, pans and plates can cause a film that over the years can build up and solidify. Sometimes a simple unclogging could do but after masses of build-up and too frequent blockages, perhaps a good sewerjetters would be a more effective method that will also last plenty longer.
Pressure Jet’s high pressure drain jetters equipments, drain jetting are completely suitable to achieve all above cleaning results, because these pumps are rugged in construction, have medium speed and perform to the entire satisfaction of the customer.
There are special drain jetting machines , designed specifically for this purpose, called sewer jetters. They can clean the pipes leading from sinks and bathtubs leading to the tanks, even those at long distances, which is especially helpful in the case of industrial piping. The sewerjetters work at a high pressure, between 150-300 bar and 12-400 lpm. The pressure can be adjusted throughout the job as needed. These sewer jetting machines use a special nozzle that gets down into the drains to loosen and cuts the clogged materials that are obstructing the pathways. This essentially scours the pipes clean and then washes the debris back up to be removed, usually through a vacuum pump.
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