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  • #31
    Re: root rat nozzle or rootranger nozzle ?

    Amen Bill, just looking for a smile...............!!!

    Dont know about your water boards but ours are total BS. They dont allow us to plunge but their guys are allowed to. They let out contracts for minor blockages and these hacks run around punching out boundary traps with cables at the hands of inexperienced operators. We use jetters all the way. Use to putcables in and locate over the top. Notanymore, use the ridgid see-snake with sonde, job done. Water Boards write their own rules and we cant saya thing to object. Makes a mockery of the whole system we are supposed to all abide by.

    Anyhow Bill, no offence meant, just a friendly slap at you guys ove rthe border.

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    • #32
      Re: root rat nozzle or rootranger nozzle ?

      Originally posted by bill2601 View Post
      I have to trickle feed you the goodies....you couldn't handle it all at once! We have nearly finished our controlled rotation nozzle. It's only been 5+ years. It works like a Warthog but it is smaller and smarter. Give it another 6 months and we're there. We are also finishing the clip on camera adaptor for the ridgid mini see snake so you can safely jet your camera down the drain without damaging it. Everything takes a long time in the R&D shop.
      6 months is up in 4 days

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      • #33
        Re: root rat nozzle or rootranger nozzle ?

        Just last week we were finalising the controlled rotation speed of around 2-3rpm/s. We are also playing with the thrust angles. It is small so it will fit through pan vents. This week we will finish the way the nozzle will look because "if it don't look good, it don't sell good!" Will keep you posted!
        Regards, Bill

        The definition of Insanity: "Doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result."
        Albert Einstein

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        • #34
          Re: root rat nozzle or rootranger nozzle ?

          Originally posted by bill2601 View Post
          Just last week we were finalising the controlled rotation speed of around 2-3rpm/s. We are also playing with the thrust angles. It is small so it will fit through pan vents. This week we will finish the way the nozzle will look because "if it don't look good, it don't sell good!" Will keep you posted!
          very cool, almost as cool as getting your wife's jewerly back,,,, just kidding, thanks for the update.

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