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    GPJ?

    Gallons Per Job.

    How many gallons per job do you estimate you use when jetting?

    1.5"-2"?

    3"-4"?

    4" and above?


    Thanks.

    J.C.

  • #2
    Re: Gpj?

    I can see the importance of your question in one respect.Sometime the homeowner is in a hurry to turn off the water a plumber is using to properly do his job.

    "No need to waste water ya know"

    So a jetter with low pressure and high GPM seems to want to use a lot of water to cut roots versus the Ausie's high pressure low flow concept.

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    • #3
      Re: Gpj?

      Tough one to say since the jobs can be so different. I go joint to joint on 100ft average line, but the tank is always being refilled so I would guess 700-900 gallons on tough jobs and on easy jobs just jetting a few roots sections and a flush 200-300
      Seattle Drain Service

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      • #4
        Re: Gpj?

        really depends on the length, size and severity of the problem.

        there are times i fill the 300 gallon tank and never have to refill it. and other times i keep it filling.

        rick.
        phoebe it is

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