General Pipe Cleaners
The lightweight, compact JM-1000 Mini-Jet from General Pipe Cleaners gives you 1500 psi of cleaning power, yet weighs just 23 lbs. Clear grease, sand, and ice from 1-1/2" to 3" lines. The pump and motor assembly are safely contained in a rugged metal diamond plate case that can handle abuse in the field. The portable package takes little space in your truck - It's only 24" x 10-1/2" x 11".
General Pipe Cleaners' Hot Shot pipe thawing machine thaws frozen metal pipes fast. The Hot Shot uses low voltage, high current electricity to safely thaw frozen metal pipes. The current heats the outer layer of ice in the pipe. Then the water pressure in the pipe melts the ice the rest of the way. The frozen pipe can be thawed in as fast as 10 minutes. For more information, contact the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at www.drainbrain.com/hotshot. Made in USA
Watch this video to learn how to repair broken drain snakes quickly with General Pipe Cleaners Quick-Fix. Dave Dunbar shows how you can repair broken 1/2", 5/8" and 3/4" drain cables in just minutes. The Quick-Fix threads onto the outside of the broken cable so you can get your drain cleaning machine back in service quickly. Watch this short video to see how. If you have questions, contact the Drain Brains at General at 800-245-6200.
Watch this short 3 minute video with tips for properly loading a drain cleaning cable into a drum of a General Pipe Cleaners drain cleaning machine. It's important that the drain cable, or snake, is loaded into the machine in the correct direction. If not, it could tangle in the drum. If you have questions, contact the Drain Brains at General at 800-245-6200.
The Kinetic Water Ram from General Pipe Cleaners is light weight tool for quickly opening clogged sinks, toilets and tubs. It handles rust, grease, sediment, and scale in lines up through 4" in diameter. The Kinetic Water Ram uses a burst of compressed air that drives a shock wave (kinetic energy) through water to break up stoppage. It's particularly useful when the stoppage is on the far side of a drum trap or series of tight bends, since the shock wave can travel around bends without losing its force.