Jetting: This is the technique we use most often now, due to its safety, efficiency and lack of long-term damage to the sewer piping, especially now we are able to reuse the water that we shoot out. Jetting is a method where we shoot out very high-pressure jets of water into the sewer and its walls in order to loosen any items, material and fats, sediment and anything else stuck to the walls, the water than goes downstream into the sewer where it gets removed from the water. This items are removed using a vacuum, and the water is re-used into the jet washers. Due to the nature of it, the jet washer is now normally just the one vehicle that pulls up and does all the work.
Winching: Finally, the least used but required in certain circumstances. If the sewer is filled with silt, sand or a similar substance, a metal bucket with holes in the bottom for water to pass through, is fed through the sewer, and winched back (either by hand, or mechanically from a vehicle), in order to let water pass freely, but collect all the small debris.
If you require residential or commercial sewer cleaning please give us a call and our team will be with you as soon as possible.