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  • Warthog vs ? For grease ..

    No time to search for a thread on this cause I have horrible wifi .

    What's a good jetter head for 4 inch pipe caked with kitchen grease ?

    6gpm
    Very hot water
    5000 psi

    25hp on the pump .


  • #2
    I'm assuming you're running a pump suitable for hot water?

    Hot water will change the viscosity of the Warthogs lubricant as well as strip it away, so recommend using cold water. Its also preferable to use cold water as you want the fat/grease to be broken up into smaller pieces that can flush out to the city main & float away rather than cooling on the side of the city main.

    Warthog does well on fat/grease (use cold water) or you can use a greaseball, 7-Jet penetrator, Bulldog or turbo nozzle.
    Last edited by JFDI; 07-15-2019, 12:35 AM.

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    • PLUMBER RICK
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      spot on.

      Rick

  • #3
    I'll add to it. If you can jet upstream, that would be much more desirable and will flush it out of your system. How long of a run is it?

    You might want to start off with a forward rotor nozzle to punch a large enough hole if you can't go upstream.

    Rick
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