High Pressure Water Jetting

How many time have your been to Menards or Home Depot to grab a bottle of the heaviest-duty drain cleaner on the market.  You look for buzz words on the bottle like “2x as Strong,” “Secret Formula,” and “Ultra-Powerful” in hopes of eliminating that pesky drain issue that seems to come back every six months.  You know in the back of your mind it isn’t going to work regardless of how flashy the headline on the bottle may be.  These mixtures of acidic chemicals and lye are potentially hazardous for pipe material, not to mention toxic and dangerous for people in your household.

Knowing a household drain cleaner is how most people attempt to clear their drains, Peterman has adopted a better solution that will leave customers amazed with its effectiveness and efficiency.  Only trained plumbers with the right equipment can handle hydro–jetting. If you need a tough clog removed, or if you want to schedule routine drain and sewer cleaning services, you should call the plumbing drain experts at Peterman and let our hydro–jetting experts take care of the job for you.

We can use high pressure water line jets to blast away loose sediment, grease, and waste to effectively clean the inside of your drain and sewer pipes in the ground when it is called for. We also have special equipment with small jets for use with small kitchen lines, floor drains and small main lines inside your house, so there’s never any overflow or mess to clean up.

A hydro–jetter is an advanced piece of plumbing equipment that uses high–pressure water to scour the inside of a pipeline. A hydro–jet consists of a tank of water connected to a motor that places the water at high pressure, usually around 3,500 psi. A long hose ending with a nozzle is then sent down the drain, or into an opening called a cleanout that is used for easy access to the sewer line.

The hydro–jetter then blasts out the high–pressure water through the nozzle at a rate of around 18 gallons per minute. The shape of the nozzle directs the spray forwards and backwards to provide full coverage of the pipe interior. Thick, heavy clogs will break apart and then flow down into the sewer system. The high pressure water will also remove debris along the pipe walls, such as organic deposits and minerals like those from hard water. The result is a clean drainpipe or sewer line without any damage to the pipe. The cleaning power of hydro–jetting is thorough enough that it will be difficult for build–up to start again.

Why You Need Professionals for Hydro Jetting

Hydro–jetting isn’t something you can do on your own by purchasing the equipment. Not only is hydro–jetting equipment prohibitively expensive, but it requires special training to operate. Hydro–jetting is potentially dangerous because of the power of the water pressure, and professionals use special safety equipment (vests, gloves, goggles) when performing the service to protect them. Training is also necessary to see that the hydro–jetting is done right and the correct nozzles are used. Without a professional on the job, you won’t know if the drains or sewer line received a proper cleaning.

High-Pressure Hydro Jetting Service Area

  • Indianapolis Hydro Jetting
  • Carmel Hydro Jetting
  • Fishers Hydro Jetting
  • Greenwood Hydro Jetting
  • Franklin Hydro Jetting
  • Columbus Hydro Jetting
  • Whiteland Hydro Jetting
  • Martinsville Hydro Jetting
  • Mooresville Hydro Jetting
  • Avon Hydro Jetting
  • Brownsburg Hydro Jetting
  • Speedway Hydro Jetting
  • Beech Grove Hydro Jetting
  • Lawrence Hydro Jetting
  • Broad Ripple Hydro Jetting
  • Geist Hydro Jetting
  • Shelbyville Hydro Jetting
  • Greenfield Hydro Jetting
  • Zionsville Hydro Jetting
  • Noblesville Hydro Jetting
  • New Palestine Hydro Jetting
  • Danville Hydro Jetting
  • Westfield Hydro Jetting
  • Irvington Hydro Jetting