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  • JETTING LARGE BORE PIPE WITH SLED STYLE NOZZLE

    Had a 12'' plastic corrugated storm drain pipe that runs 200' in need of jetting. time to test out my new massive 17# 4 jet sled. this has 2- 0 degree and 2- 15 degree #4 jet inserts. it's designed to slide over the debris and blast the bottom of the pipe clean. and that it does.

    even at 17 pounds it pulls uphill like no other nozzle. if it had wings, it would fly.

    a simple swap of jets and it can be configured to clean a variety of pipe. might even add a rear rotor to clean the top of the pipe.

    Rick.

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    pretty massive nozzle weighing in at 17#. has a 1/2'' hose swivel built in at the rear.

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    2- 0 degree and 2- 15 degree #4 jet inserts.

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    even at 2000# of pressure just for my safety while taking the photo, it wanted to move the heavy drain grate. the blast is not directed towards the hose, but downward to help flush the pipe and keep the nose from riding up.

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    this is a massive grate with 3'' tall bars as it's located at the curb and is subject to full traffic weight.



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    12'' plastic corrugated pipe running 200' uphill towards the pool and then park area drain.
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    phoebe it is

  • #2
    Awesome! - That thing looks like it could take out a battleship - got to have me one of those. Did you make it yourself Rick?

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    • PLUMBER RICK
      PLUMBER RICK commented
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      no, i found it on ebay brand new.

      Rick.

  • #3
    Awesome, I needed one a month ago. Been to busy to look into getting one. How much? Advice? Thanks

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    • #4
      This is the one I bought for big pipe cleaning,
      http://www.usbsec.com/nozzles.php?productId=45

      I think it was around $250 it works pretty well.
      Seattle Drain Service

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      • #5
        Originally posted by Cuda View Post
        This is the one I bought for big pipe cleaning,
        http://www.usbsec.com/nozzles.php?productId=45

        I think it was around $250 it works pretty well.
        Right on with your bad self,, thanks much. But 250.00? That's like kinda like a ghetto nozzle isn't it. I mean I want to say "and yeah this nozzle costs 700,,,lol

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        • #6
          Originally posted by theplungerman View Post
          Right on with your bad self,, thanks much. But 250.00? That's like kinda like a ghetto nozzle isn't it. I mean I want to say "and yeah this nozzle costs 700,,,lol
          Dude your an idiot. Why spend more than you have to?

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          • #7
            Originally posted by theplungerman View Post
            Dude your an idiot. Why spend more than you have to?
            You are so right.
            I'm gonna get the one Cuda reccomend.

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            • #8
              Originally posted by theplungerman View Post
              You are so right.
              I'm gonna get the one Cuda reccomend.
              Good choice.

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              • #9
                I just checked and the $250 was a company selling on ebay but there are none listed right now, the street price is like $650 I will try to find the place I got mine from.
                Seattle Drain Service

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                • #10
                  Awesome.. 4 weeks ago I jetted a 12 inch line with alot of rocks in it. And left to many. I had enough power just the wrong nozzle. Thanks again.

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                  • #11
                    Rocks are always tough no matter what ya got.
                    Seattle Drain Service

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by Cuda View Post
                      Rocks are always tough no matter what ya got.
                      Would you like to reword this last statement? Lol
                      Jetter Boulder Pull: http://youtu.be/ITwLXc80mAc

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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by theplungerman View Post
                        Would you like to reword this last statement? Lol
                        Jetter Boulder Pull: http://youtu.be/ITwLXc80mAc
                        He should.........

                        David

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                        • #14
                          That was impressive! But that was a short run where the rocks just flew out the back, on a long run they will just pack up around the hose and have the potential to get stuck. Of course super slow and spending hours upon hours one could pull a bunch out. When a line is rock city since I would have to open it up downstream anyway I would just do a burst and replace the line besides the rocks had to get in there from somewhere and that has to be addressed.
                          Seattle Drain Service

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                          • #15
                            I need one of these tomorrow. I have two 10" x 100' corrugated pipes and a 15" x 100' concrete pipe to clean tomorrow. I have a skid of some sort that came with my jetter, hose connects on 1 side and a head connects on the other side. I will try that.

                            David

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