Jet-Set electric, gas, and trailer water jets from General Pipe Cleaners slice through grease, sludge, sand, ice, and other “soft” stoppages that many cable drain cleaners can’t clear. Water jets unleash high-pressure water streams that pulverize clogs – and flush them away. Nozzle thrust drives the hose down lines – and gives wall-to-wall pipe cleaning action.
General’s rugged, reliable water jets are excellent for blockages in restaurants, hotels, hospitals, factories, schools, sports arenas, care facilities, shopping centers, waste treatment plants, septic systems, and more.
Compact and economical, they’re good for clearing smaller and inside 1 ½-inch to 4-inch lines, such as sinks and laundry drains. The 23-pound JM-1000 Mini-Jet can be hand-carried to problems in its rugged metal diamond plate case. Or wheel the trim JM-1450 to troublesome areas. Its telescoping handle and detachable hose reel facilitate maneuvering. Both pack 1500 psi of cleaning power.
Maneuverable gas jets
General’s machines punch through stubborn stoppages in longer and outside 4-inch to 8-inch lines. All sport reliable engines, 3000 psi punch, puncture-proof tires, and robust, tubular chassis. On-demand Vibra-pulse technology helps propel hoses down long runs and around tight bends.
Models range from the light, economical JM-2900 through precisely the balanced JM-3000 with electric start and generous 300-foot capacity hose reel. The JM-3080 tops the line with a 12-gallon buffer tank and 8-gpm flow rate – the industry’s highest without requiring a trailer.
Powerful trailer jet
General’s brawny JM-2512 Typhoon delivers 12 gpm at 2500 psi to blast clogs from 4-inch to 12-inch lines up to 400 feet long. A 200-gallon holding tank aids operations in remote areas with limited water. Two hose reels offer plenty of reach. And standard equipment includes rugged radial tires, leaf-spring suspension, electric brakes, fold-down stabilizer jacks, and more.
There’s a Jet-Set jetter for every application. For details of models and accessories, visit www.drainbrain.com/jets.