Water Jetting

Water Jetting differs from mechanical rotating snakes and may be more practical in certain applications.

It has proven to be more effective in the removal of stubborn soap, grease, roots, rocks and other debris. By properly adjusting the high / low pressure settings, we can choose the best combination of pressure and flow based on pipe diameter, length of line and type of restricting debris. Using water as a tool, this process enables us to scour the interior of the pipe to almost like new condition.

EXAMPLES OF LINES THAT WE JET CLEAN:

  • MAIN SEWER LINES
  • MANHOLE TRUNK SYSTEMS
  • STORM WATER AND LEADER LINES
  • AREA DRAINS
  • KITCHEN SINKS
  • BATHROOM BASINS
  • GREASE TRAPS
  • ZIPPER DRAINS

COMMON BLOCKAGES RESOLVED WITH JETTING:

  • HARDEN SOAP GREASE
  • PIPE SCALE BUILDUP
  • FOOD GREASE
  • SEWER SLUDGE
  • ROCKS
  • TREE ROOTS

JETTING OF A SEWER LINE

JETTING OF A KITCHEN SINK LINE