The Maxi-Rooter from General Pipe Cleaners combines root cutting power and big capacity in a surprisingly portable machine. Driven by a powerful 3/4 hp motor, the drum carries 125 feet of 3/4-inch cable or 150 feet of 5/8-inch cable. 

With the raw driving and pulling power for long, tough jobs, the Maxi-Rooter’s power cable feed feeds 3/4-inch and 5/8-inch Flexicore cables. Without reversing the cable rotation, the operator can instantly alter feeding speed to match resistance in the line — from zero to 20 feet per minute.

The Maxi-Rooter has a surprisingly slim 23-inch profile that fits easily through narrow doorways with room to spare. The durable design features a durable aluminum alloy frame, a drum supported in front and rear for longer bearing wear, and a see-through inner drum cage to quickly determine how much cable remains.  

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Flexicore cable offers superior kinking resistance and unequalled strength with the right amount of flexibility. It's so tough that it carries a one-year warranty against breakage.

The Maxi-Rooter maneuvers easily on 10-inch ball-bearing, semi-pneumatic wheels, V-belt stair climbers for easier transport up and down stairs, and a truck loading wheel mounted on the handle to help when lifting the machine into a truck. Drum changes are easy, too. Switching from 3/4-inch to 5/8-inch cables takes less than a minute. Just loosen three knobs, swing the motor aside for more clearance, and lift off the drum.

For more information, contact the Drain Brains at 800/245-6200 or visit drainbrain.com.

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General Pipe Cleaners, a division of General Wire Spring Co., is a leading manufacturer of high-quality American-made drain cleaning equipment. In business since 1930, the third-generation, family-owned company is celebrating 85 years of service to drain cleaning professionals and plumbing contractors, as well as facilities managers, the rental industry and the hardware/DIY market. The Toughest Tools Down The Line.


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