A Hand Tool and Power Tool in One: The PD-25 Auto Handy

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It's a hand tool. It's a power tool. It's both!

Clearing clogged sink, tub and laundry drains is easier with the PD-25 Auto Handy from General Pipe Cleaners. General miniaturized its big machine power cable feed and put it on the Handy to give you feeding speed and convenience you haven’t seen before in a hand operated drain cleaner. Operate the PD-25 Auto Handy as a hand tool or a power tool. Simply remove the turning handle and attach a 3/8- or 1/2-inch electric drill for extra muscle on tough clogs. 

To feed the cable, just squeeze the feed lever as the container rotates; to retract it, reverse the rotation and squeeze the lever. The feed handles 1/4-, 5/16- and 3/8-inch cables. No adjustment, disassembly or additional parts required. 

With a capacity of 50 feet of 1/4- or 5/16-inch and up to 35 feet of 3/8-inch Flexicore cable, the PD-25 Auto Handy easily clears clogs in sink, shower, toilet and laundry drainlines from 1 1/4- to 3-inch in diameter. 

Designed to take the toughest field abuse, the sturdy plastic container has been drop tested from 8 feet — fully loaded — without damage. That’s more than twice the height of a standard test. 

Of course, the drain cables are Flexicore — with an integral wire rope center. Flexicore cables are coiled tightly over a core of aircraft-type wire rope, then heat-treated — giving the cables outstanding strength without sacrificing flexibility. Flexicore cables come with a regular head or a down head to maneuver the cable through tight bends. Nobody makes cables like General. 

For more information, visit drainbrain.com/en/products/pd-25. Or call the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800-245-6200.

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