High-Pressure Drain Jetting
High-pressure drain jetting can clear blockages in drainage systems, flushing grease build-up and obstructions out of each pipe with high-pressure water.
How does High-Pressure Water Jetting Work?
High-pressure drain jetting fills a blocked drain with high-pressure water. The sheer force behind the water can clear debris from pipes, flushing the contents of the drain into the sewer.
The flexible high-pressure hose used in drain jetting can negotiate bends and remove blockages in almost all drains, allowing for each drain unblocking in any situation. The hoses are designed to handle high pressures and won’t break easily.
Most cases of drain jetting work by spraying high-pressure water jets into the drains. These jets fill the drains and break down or dislodge each blockage, clearing the drainage system.
Blocked Drain Clearing
High-pressure drain jetting can work on many stubborn blockages of different types. Many common blockage types are easy to unblock with a high-pressure jetting nozzle.