Hydrojetting, also known as High-Pressure Water Jetting can help you clear grease, sludge, sand, and other debris blockages from commercial and residential drain lines. Our Hydrojetting services can help you clear this sediment by:

  • Penetrating and emulsifying grease
  • Breaking up sludge and debris
  • Pulverizing roots
  • Cutting out hardened scale
  • Flushing out the system

Cable machines are used to remove tree roots and break through solid obstructions. They are, however, less effective in removing softer blockages such as grease, scale, and other buildup. Cable machines will bore holes through sludge but they can’t clean and push the debris out of pipes as effectively as water jetting.

How does water jetting work?

High-pressure water jetting is an efficient, economical, and environmentally safe way to clean drain and sewer pipes. Using state-of-the-art pumps and flexible hoses, ordinary water is propelled under varying pressures into the sewer line. A special nozzle mounted on the end of a heavy-duty hose comes equipped with an array of forward and reverse jets. These jets direct extremely powerful, concentrated streams of water all the way to the pipe walls. Thereby cutting through even the toughest blockages and buildup to thoroughly clean pipes. Regular preventive waterjet maintenance is key to keeping drain lines flowing freely.

Restaurants and other commercial establishments often require frequent high-pressure water jetting. This helps to remove mineral deposits, grease buildup, sludge, and other debris that accumulate in the lines. Some businesses may require just one or two cleanings annually, while others benefit from monthly or quarterly cleanings. Clogs can cause down time, and down time in any industry means lost customers and revenue. That’s why many of our customers prefer to set up a scheduled program for water jetting service that keeps their drains flowing freely. Cleaner pipes mean fewer service calls, less down time, overall cost savings, and one less thing for you to worry about.