Local Plumber Purchases Third HotJet II In a Year to Meet Demand

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Trailer-mounted jetters by HotJet USA are known in the industry for quality, performance and value. Local plumbing company Connectionz has purchased its third HotJet II in a year and testifies to the value this drainline jetter, along with regular use of the drain additive Total-C, has added to its plumbing business. The ability to offer jetting services to their commercial and residential accounts has made all the difference.

The HotJet II sewer and drainline jetter is HotJet USA’s bestselling jetter, chosen and depended on by over 500 plumbers nationwide. When companies want a dual-purpose machine that not only cleans drains but can also serve as a high-powered hot-water pressure washer, the HotJet II is their go-to workhorse that gets the job done. 

Fully loaded and turnkey, the HotJet II cleans drains up to 300 feet in length and 12 inches in diameter. The HotJet II features a 35 hp Vanguard engine by Toyota, delivering 10 gpm at 4,000 psi (hot or cold water) mounted on a diamond-plate tandem axle trailer, powder coated for durability and long lasting service life.

Priced at $32,995 (with payments as low as $565 per month O.A.C. with 20% down) with delivery to the lower 48 states included, every sale of the HotJet II includes a flight and admittance for one to HotJet’s exclusive Jetter Training Workshop in Salt Lake City, Utah, where you can receive training on operation, safety, maintenance and business marketing strategies for your business.

HotJet USA sewer and drain line jetters are manufactured in the USA using nonproprietary components for affordability and ease in serviceability, making the return on investment for the HotJet II truly impressive.

More information may be found at www.hotjetusa.com.


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