Portable Jetters for Sewers and Septics

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Portable Jetters for Sewers and Septics

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MyTana’s portable gas jetters are ideal for mainlines and sewer laterals, and for rejuvenating aging or clogged drainfield lines. These reliable machines bundle all the cleaning power you need on rugged and maneuverable carts that go anywhere. Separate the hose reels from the motor using 50-foot jumper hoses for indoor or remote access.

The M30 has a 390cc Honda motor to deliver 4.5 gpm at 3,000 psi using 200 feet of 3/8-inch high-pressure hose. The removable hose reel connects to a reel stand to allow cleaning operation indoors while the gas engine remains outside. The M30 is suitable for 1 1/2- to 6-inch lines.

The MV80 is powered by a 690cc Honda engine to deliver 8 gpm at 3,000 psi using 250 feet of 3/8-inch hose. It is suitable for 3- to 10-inch lines. It has a super-duty triplex pump with accessible pressure and pulse controls, and a 12-gallon water tank. Motor, pump and tank are housed on a compact cart with 12-inch wheels for easy maneuverability. The separate hose cart has two reels: one holds 250 feet of 3/8-inch Piranha jetter hose and has a ball valve for flow control, while the other reel holds the jumper hose. Both carts have balanced weight and are made of powdered-coated steel for durability.

MyTana builds all its jetters so they are easy to use with quality components to let you focus on effective cleaning. To keep you up and running, the company offers replacement jetter hoses and a full lineup of nozzles. The M30 and MV80 are available online at MyTana.com.



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