Grind up tree roots in seconds. Remove cement, tile grout, stones and other hard blockages with this aggressive kit.
If you are in the sewer cleaning trade, this kit will open blockages in less time than it would take to set up your high pressure jetting machine. The tools are lightweight, and can be transported in an elevator so you will have more options available when cleaning a common area stack in multistory buildings
Safe to use in a confined space with limited access, and the chemical resistant sleeve that houses the shaft will protect your hands while the shaft rotates inside.
If you are in the pipe rehabilitation trade, you will be familiar with the challenges of extracting a failed liner. This kit will grind up a failed liner faster than chemical softeners, and you even can mount a camera behind the chains to see what you are doing in real time.
The chains that come with the kit are our most aggressive chains. They have a crown drill head which has a 25mm (1”) opening diameter, meant for cutting in a forward direction.
Not only do they grind blockages, but they can also tackle mild lime scale buildup and tuberculation in pipes.
Each chain consist of three individual stainless steel chains, with robust hard metal tips fused to the outer edge. The chains are easily adjustable and mount to the flexible shaft with set screws.
The kit includes:
Product pictures may vary in color and design depending on the size and diameter that you order.
Please lubricate your shaft before using it. Aviation law prohibits us from delivering products which could be considered flammable so we send the shafts without lubricant in the sleeve.
Before you order the longest length possible, consider this:
Most experienced users order the kit with a short shaft for everyday use and supplement it with a secondary shaft and connector. The advantage to this is that on a day-to-day basis, you carry less with you into your workspace, then if you need extra length you can fetch your secondary shaft from your vehicle and connect it to the one you are working with. A second advantage to having two separate shafts is that should you accidentally kink the one you are working with then you have a backup available immediately.