Striking a Balance Between Pressure and Flow

Jetting a sewer line requires both pressure and flow. How much of each depends on what you’re trying to accomplish.

In the most basic sense, you need pressure and flow to jet a sewer line. The pressure is your cutting ability and the flow is your flushing ability.

“You need both, but generally you take whatever kind of pressure you need to clean the pipeline and you add flow to it and that...

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