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Hydrojet pump is a process that uses high speed / high pressure water to clear blockages in pipe systems and is typically the first approach to clearing blocked lines. Barring the possibility of a collapsed line, hydro jetting machine will solve the problem and thereafter routine maintenance will keep the lines free and functioning properly. Maintenance of this sort will go a long way toward minimizing eventual blockages that could result in a line breakage requiring more drastic and expensive remediation.

 

WHAT IS HYDROJET PUMP?

High pressure hydrojet pump (a.k.a Hydro Scrubbing) is a process in which your sewer pipes are scoured by streams of high-pressure water shooting out of a hose at up to (241 bar) 3,500 psi. These high-pressure streams are strong enough to cut through and clear out any debris in your sewer lines.

 


HOW DOSE HYDROJET PUMP WORK?

Hydrojet pump is typically done through an opening called a cleanout, which is an accessible opening present in every plumbing system and designed to allow plumbers to easily "clean out" debris and other clogs.  Hydro jetter consists of a large tank of water, a special high-pressure hose, a special high-strength nozzle, and a machine which pressurizes the water in the hose so that it can spray out of the nozzle at a pressurized rate of up to 3,500 psi and a flow rate of 18 gpm.


WHEN WOULD I NEED HYDROJET CLEANING MACHINE?

Hydrojet cleaning machine is an appropriate solution when clogs cannot be removed through traditional snaking, such as in the presence of stubborn roots that have found their way into your sewer lines. Hydro blasting cleaning machine is also required before Pipe Lining because any debris present in the existing pipe may cause the epoxy lining resin to be malformed and / or prevent it from bonding correctly to the existing pipe.

 


  
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