What is Pressure Jetting?

Pressure Jetting

Pressure jetting is a system where instead of a normal rodding system a nozzle capable of directing a nozzle forward and blasting blockages away where rodding is not possible, or where there is a danger of damaging porcelain pipework.



The jet projects water both forwards and backwards and not only clears the blockage but washes the blockage away at the same time.


The system can also be incorporated with a camera system to visually inspect the internals of the drains.


1 comment for “What is Pressure Jetting?

  1. cdc-admin
    2nd February 2016 at 1:19 pm

    Hydro Jetting can easily cut tough the most stubborn roots and debris and remove built-up mineral deposits and other obstructions clogging the inside of your drainage line. Although Hydro Jetting is strong enough to clear out roots from your sewer lines, any amount of root penetration is cause for serious concern. Root penetration pervasive enough to cause repeated backups indicates that the roots have got thick enough over time to damage the pipe and its protective waterproof inner coating.

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