ClogChopper Blades Tackle Encrusted Debris Without Pipe Damage

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In this video from the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show, Dave Dunbar of General Pipe Cleaners talks about the company’s unique ClogChopper multi-function cutting tool.

The tool’s six self-sharpening blades dig into encrusted debris and root masses, easily grinding up stoppages, scale and crystallized urine without risking pipe damage. Thanks to a spherical design, the ClogChopper can maneuver around tight bends and traps.

“These are the next big thing,” Dunbar says. “We’re using them in all kinds of different machines — snake-style machines, our Flexi-Rooter 100 — anything that spins. These do a great job of opening up a drain.” 

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