Rodrunner Handles Large Lines and Long Runs With Power and Ease

This content is sponsored by General Pipe Cleaners. Sponsored content is authorized by the client and does not necessarily reflect the views of COLE Publishing. View our privacy policy.
Rodrunner Handles Large Lines and Long Runs With Power and Ease

The Rodrunner sectional drain cleaner from General Pipe Cleaners offers great features contractors like — such as light weight, high-speed cable rotation, and short quick-coupling cables.

Best of all, General’s versatile machine can handle the toughest clogs in 3 to 10-inch lines, as far as 200 feet away. And it can also be used in almost any location.

In tight spots, Rodrunner can be placed close to the drain opening. The guide hose safely contains cable to prevent damage to people and property.

On jobs with working room, save your back. Simply slide the cable into the chuck and lock the jaws into place. Then walk the Rodrunner “lawn-mover” fashion toward the drain, one cable section at a time.

Sectional cables snap together in seconds and disassemble quickly with a coupling wrench or coupling key. The open cable coils automatically screw into lines, helping clear stubborn stoppages with less effort.

Cables are also available in a variety of lengths and connectors for General and competing brands. With the more recently developed “G” connector, no torque is put on the locking pin when running the machine in reverse, making it a more durable coupling.

A heavy-duty 3/4 hp motor with capacitor and overload protection spins the cable at 700  rpm — the ideal speed for self-feeding cables into lines and protecting against sudden torque buildups. For additional safety, Rodrunner includes an adjustable slip clutch.

For details, contact the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800-245-6200 or visit

Visit the General Pipe Cleaners Storefront


Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.