Upgraded Drain Cleaners Are Light and Portable Without Sacrificing Power

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Watch as Marty Silverman of General Pipe Cleaners demonstrates how General's upgraded line of Jet-Set water jet drain cleaners combine cleaning power with surprising portability.  

The compact, yet powerful JM-1450 water jet gives you the most power you can get from an electric jet without popping circuit breakers. It gives you 1,500 psi at 1.7 gpm, yet pulls only 13 amps. General's unique Vibra-Pulse system lets you maintain the same pressure and flow rate whether pulse is on or off. Vibra-Pulse helps the hose slide around tight bends in small lines and down long runs. The overall height of the JM-1450 is 34 inches. Remove the easily detachable hose reel and the height drops to just 14 1/2 inches. The telescoping handle makes it easy to roll the machine to and from the job.

General's JM-2900 gas-powered water jet is an economical alternative to larger water jets. The JM-2900 is lighter and more maneuverable, yet maintains the same pressure and flow rate as other jets in its class. It's driven by a 13 hp Honda engine connected directly to a 3,000 psi, 4 gpm triplex pump. A 200-foot capacity hose reel with reel brake is mounted on a heavy-duty frame with two foam-filled "flat-proof" tires.  

The newly redesigned JM-3055 water jet has a 3,000 psi, 5.5 gpm pump with the thrust to pull the hose down long runs, the pressure to cut through the stoppage, and the flow to flush it away. The JM-3055 is well balanced so that with little effort the machine can be tipped back on its rear wheels to more easily maneuver it into position. A removable 300-foot capacity hose reel is mounted on the heavy-duty tubular frame with four foam-filled "flat-proof" tires and a wheel brake. A tough 16 hp Briggs and Stratton Vanguard engine with electric start and 2-1 gear reducer drives the triplex pump.  

The redesigned JM-3080 water jet generates 3,000 psi at 8 gpm for plenty of drain cleaning power to break up tough stoppages and flush them away. It has the highest flow rate available without requiring a trailer. A tough 20 hp Honda engine with electric start and 2-1 gear reducer drives the pump, while a 12-gallon buffer tank protects the jet if the water supply can’t match the pump demand. The muscular jet is mounted on a hefty tubular frame with four foam-filled "flat-proof" tires and a wheel brake.    

Ranging from the JM-1450 compact electric jet to the JM-2900 portable gas jet to the JM-2512 Typhoon trailer jet, General has a jetter for you.  

To learn more about General’s full line of water jets in the new Jet-Set catalog, contact the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800-245-6200, or visit www.drainbrain.com/jets.  

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