High-Pressure Water Jetting and You

July 03, 2013

sewer drain cleaningHigh pressure water jetting is no joke. Water can is forced through the nozzle of the hose between 5,000 and 25,000 psi. That’s enough pressure to cut through the toughest muck and grime, and also enough to cut through your steel-toed boots.

How does it work? High-pressure water jetting is an efficient, economic, and environmentally safe way to clean drain and sewer pipes. Using state-of-the-art pumps and flexible hoses, ordinary water is propelled under varying amounts of pressure into the sewer line. A special nozzle mounted on the end of a heavy-duty hose has an array of forward and reverse jets, which direct extremely powerful concentrated streams of water all the way to the pipe walls, cutting through even the toughest blockages and buildup to thoroughly clean pipes.

Regular water jet maintenance is key for free flowing drain lines. Restaurants and other commercial establishments typically require frequent high-pressure water jetting to unclog sewage drains.

Some businesses may require just one or two cleanings annually, while others benefit from monthly or quarterly cleanings.┬áThat’s why we offer a Preferred Partner Plan to our commercial clients. If you are interested in learning about what our plan offers, or any other services we might have, give us a call at (703) 843-3350 today!

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