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What is "hydro jetting"?
Potential applications for high pressure jetting units
Sanitary or Mainline Sewers
Wastewater flows freely through sewers via gravity. Sewers are connected at various intervals by manholes that sometimes allow for a change of direction of wastewater flow. Sewer blockages can form as a result of root infiltration, food grease buildup, soap residue buildup and dirt and debris accumulation.
How it works
We attach a jetting nozzle to the end of a high-pressure hose and a high-pressure water pump. Jetting nozzles have small precision-machined jets to restrict water flow from the jetting pump, causing high pressure to build within hose. As the pressurized water is expelled from the nozzle jets, it reverts from pressure to velocity, creating thrust that allows the nozzle to pull the jetting hose. With this pressurized system, high pressure jetting hose coils on a hydraulic powered hose reel (up to 500') and is released by the operator who controls the travel speed and distance of the nozzle up the pipe.
Pressurized water expelled from the nozzle jets cleans debris and removes pipe blockages or roots from the inside of the pipe while traveling through the pipe. During this action, water from the nozzle jets effectively forms a curtain or wall of high-pressure water that forces the debris downstream. Sewer jetting technology can be applied to clean all size pipe diameters with the appropriate size of high pressure jetting unit.