New Spider Cutter Chews Through Tough Clogs – Coming and Going

Double the cutters, double your chance of removing stubborn stoppages. See how General’s latest offering makes drain cleaning even easier.

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New Spider Cutter Chews Through Tough Clogs – Coming and Going
Double blades on General Pipe Cleaner’s Spider Cutter mean cutting starts as the cable feeds into the line and continues as the cable is retracted.

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Turn General Pipe Cleaners’ new Spider Cutter loose on your next drain cleaning job. 

This new double cutter, nicknamed “The Spider,” features both front and rear blades. Cutting starts as the cable feeds into the line — and continues as it retracts. That doubles your chances of removing stubborn stoppages and does a more thorough cleaning job. 

General offers two Spider models — the Double U-Cutter and the Double Heavy Duty Side Cutter. And each comes in 3- and 4-inch sizes. General’s Double U-Cutters can also be adapted to sectional machines — or to other brands of cable-type drain cleaners. 

General offers more than 100 different types of cutters to handle all of your drain cleaning needs — from starting tools like the Arrow Head and Spearhead, to finishing tools like the U-Cutter or Heavy-Duty Saw Blades, to specialty cutters like the ClogChopper and Root Ripper. All of General’s cutters are available with connectors to match drum-type or sectional machines, or to match many other brands of drain cleaning machines. 

For details, contact the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800/245-6200 or visit www.drainbrain.com/new

General Pipe Cleaners, a division of General Wire Spring Co., is a leading manufacturer of high-quality drain cleaning equipment since 1930. General serves drain cleaning professionals and plumbing contractors, as well as facilities managers, the rental industry and the hardware/home center market. The Toughest Tools Down The Line. 



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