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That is the way it seems. I read the old threads about them, I was just looking for any new and exciting info. . If you are interested in selling it, send me a pm with the details. Merry Christmas on the left coast.
I also have a brand new one sitting on the shelf at the school district. I don't care for it at all! I've been sprayed with urine in the face and splattered with poop! A waste of money, but i wasn't the one that ordered it.
I have one and think drains should be actually cleaned out but there have been times where there is a cross in the wall somewhere and I can't snake the clog, well out comes the water ram! I do not keep it in my truck to force me to try everything and as a last resort use the ram!
I have one as well, only use it as a last resort. It does work as it is advertised. But u need to rap the end you are blasting at with a towel. On bathtubs you need to rap the cone and hold a rag at the vent.
Always start at low psi and work your way.
Keep in mind that to high of a psi will blow old pipes apart.
It just seem like a half a$$ tool. Hard to charge for five second worth of work.
Don't forget you had to drive there to do the five-second job. I have this problem with customers it only took you 10 minutes or 30 minutes but I still drove an hour to your house or business.
Because it was quick is because I know what I'm doing
I would pay to watch a home owner use a air ram.
Kinetic water rams are great for shooting 3/4 sweat caps over long distances with fishing line attached to them. (Which you can then pull over a larger line, then a larger line, untill you have a line large enough to hold yourself on a steep roof with.)
I've blown apart drains with them. I've sprayed myself with urine, and other stuff. I've unclogged toilets, lavs, tubs, and yes... urinals. You definitely need to use a towel around the cone.
Mine has sat on a shelf now for a decade unused. I don't believe it does the customer as good a job as a cable.