High-pressure water jetting works by blasting a stream of highly pressurised water at surfaces. Such as floors, walls or machinery. The high pressure of the stream effectively erodes and dislodges dirt, grease and other residues from a surface. This cleaning solution typically utilises a specialised pump and nozzle at pressures ranging anywhere from 1,000 to 40,000 psi (pounds per square inch). Here at Total Drain Cleaning, we utilise high-pressure water jetting as a method of drain cleaning and drain unblocking.
How does Drain Cleaning with High-Pressure Water Jetting Work?
Over the years, drains accumulate dirt and debris. Consequently leading to drain issues due to the build-up. Such as clogged drains, bad smells, gurgling noises, or water overflow. There is, however, a simple solution to either prevent or fix these issues. And that is by availing of a professional drain cleaning solution. There are many different methods of drain cleaning. However, high-pressure water jetting is by far the best. The high pressure of the water wastes no time removing all dirt and debris from a drainage system.
What are the Benefits of High-Pressure Water Jetting?
High-pressure water jetting is the most effective drain-cleaning solution. As it is able to easily break down thick build-ups of dirt and debris. Including tree roots and even stone. Ultimately, leaving the drain pipes spotless. And flowing freely. Additionally, jetting is the safest drain-cleaning method. As it eliminates the need for harsh or potentially hazardous chemicals. Furthermore, water jetting is the most time-efficient drain-cleaning solution. This solution clears blockages so fast and it only takes one technician to complete the cleaning. Thus reducing labour time and costs.
What Other Applications Can Utilise this Equipment
High-pressure water jetting is ideal for a variety of applications. Not just drain and sewer cleaning. Other applications include graffiti and paint removal, bridge and silo maintenance, gutter cleaning, food processing, tank cleaning, and surface preparation for painting or repairs. Additionally, boilers and heat exchangers maintenance utilise jetting as a cleaning solution. As well as concrete floor cleaning, oil and sludge removal from storage tanks, and marine equipment hull cleaning.
Can I Use this Equipment in Order to Clean my Drains Personally?
Only a professional drain technician should operate a high-pressure water jet. Improper use of this technology could result in accidental damage to the drainage system. Or worse – injury to the operator or other third party. If you are dealing with clogged drains, smelly drains or any other drain issue, call Total Drain Cleaning. We will come out and inspect the issue, and perform a drain cleaning or drain unblocking solution if necessary. Total Drain Cleaning provides same-day emergency drain services in Dublin, Meath, Wicklow & Kildare.