A sewer jetter uses hydraulic force to pull the line into sewer drains, clean the sides of pipes, and flush out residue. Sewer jetter nozzles come in different sizes and applications; a bullet-type nozzle with a streamlined profile can clear a hole for the larger root cutting nozzle. Root-cutter nozzles are designed to cut roots with a spinning nozzle that shoots a jet stream horizontally inside the pipe.
5000 psi sewer jetters with root-cutting nozzles can clear a hole through the center of a root-infested sewer line and with its rear-facing jet streams cut the roots and clean the pipe walls, flushing the root debris through the sewer line.
Sewer jetting is used to clear both hard clogs as well as soft debris quickly and easily, allowing for your sewer system to begin functioning properly again.
If your sewer has been backing up, and normal means such as chemical clearing agents have not worked, consider call us to come out and jet clean your sewer!