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General’s New High Performance Stainless Steel Braid Hose Boosts Water Jet Cleaning Power


Enhance the performance and cleaning power of our popular, portable JM-1000 Mini-Jet and JM-1450 water jet drain cleaners with the new high performance stainless steel braid jet hose from General Pipe Cleaners.

The durable stainless steel braid makes it easier to slide the jet hose down 1-1/2” to 3” drain lines and more easily navigate tight bends – while the 3/16” Teflon core reduces flow resistance and improves small line cleaning power. The high performance jet hose is available in 30’, 50’, and 75’ lengths.

The optional stainless steel hose increases the performance of compact, lightweight JM-1000 Mini-Jet™. Clear grease, sand, and ice from small lines, sinks, and laundry drains with high-pressure, wall-to-wall water spray. JM-1000 clears clogs with 1500 psi of cleaning power, yet weighs just 23 lbs. The pump and motor assembly are safely contained in a rugged diamond plate metal case.

For larger lines and longer runs, the powerful JM-1450 Jet-Set® electric water jet pulverizes clogs with a 1-1/2 hp/13-amp sealed motor that drives a 1500 psi, 1.7 gpm triplex pump. Vibra-pulse® helps the hose slide around tight bends in small lines and down long runs. This unique feature allows the flow rate to remain the same whether Vibra-pulse is on or off.

The compact JM-1450 is just 34″ tall. If you don’t have the room on your truck, you can easily remove the detachable hose reel to reduce the height to just 14-1/2″. The telescoping handle makes it easy to roll the machine to and from the job.

See them in action at jets or contact the Drain Brains® at General at 800.245.6200 or 412.771.6300 for more information.

General Pipe Cleaners, a division of General Wire Spring Co., is a leading manufacturer of high quality, American-made drain cleaning equipment. In business since 1930, the third-generation, family-owned company is celebrating nearly 90 years of service to drain cleaning professionals and plumbing contractors, as well as to facilities managers, the rental industry and the hardware/DIY market. The Toughest Tools Down The Line.