Drain Jet is a manually powered pump using focused high air pressure to unclog any drain with its three custom nozzle fittings. The pump action is controlled by a trigger which controls the amount of air pressure released into the drain. This feature offers maximum control and does not escalate quickly to the point of creating more significant problems for your plumbing system. The Drain Jet is constructed out of two materials: ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) a lightweight durable material and PVC plastic. It weighs 720 g, which is lightweight and portable.
The cost of Drain Jet is $23.18 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $33.13.
This product uses 30 PSI of air pressure to unplug any drain in your home in a matter of seconds. The product comes with three choices: the small adaptor, large adaptor, and specialty toilet adaptor ensuring use all over the house. A small adaptor can be used for standard sized sinks, or bathtub drains and the large adaptor can be used for sinks, bathtub and walk-in showers with a high flow capacity drain. The number of pumps determines the amount of PSI generated: 5 pumps = 10 PSI / 10 pumps = 20 PSI / 15 pumps =25 PSI / 20 pumps = 32 PSI.
This product is under an unconditional warranty for one year pertaining to defects concerning workmanship or materials. It is to be noted that this guarantee does not interfere with the statutory rights of the consumer.
You will not need to use harsh chemicals, which are present in high concentrations in certain drain cleaners. The Drain Jet uses no solutions, cleaners, or additives to unclog any problematic orifice in your home. In fact, it is strongly discouraged using any form of chemicals alongside this product.
Drains get plugged all the time and the high cost of inconvenient electrical high-pressure tools can add up if the problem persists. The jet blaster’s heavy-duty technology can eliminate problems with a home’s waste pipe system in the future; a quick fix can turn into a long-term problem. Waste pipes, unlike other more resilient pipes in your home, are susceptible to cracks from high-intensity pressure. Drain Jet will protect you in the long run from dealing with shocking plumbing bills and time spent trying to amend specific problems.
This can be a useful tool for many problematic areas of the house such as kitchen or bathroom sinks, toilets, bathtubs, or shower drains. No matter the size of the drain, the technology of Drain Jet can declutter the pipe that you need to. A clog can be due to excessive hair, soap scum builds up, toilet waste or foreign objects and anything that finds its way down a drain that should not be there.
Caution must be exercised while using this on older pipes, which may be more fragile or unable to withstand immense pressure. Be sure to evaluate whether or not your pipes can handle the amount of air pressure the Drain Jet will employ down your drain and into your pipes.
Be sure to never use the Drain Jet for any purpose other than unclogging drains as it could be harmful to the person using it. It should never be aimed at animals or humans. Please choose the best head possible for your drain as you want to create the most optimum seal possible to contain the air pressure. Do not let children use this in any way, primarily as a toy. This is a tool that should only be used in people’s home and not for any large-scale commercial purposes. Do not use this in conjunction with any chemical solutions whatsoever, the air pressure is enough to dislodge the clog.
Traditional household plungers are often ineffective because for every push there is an equally powerful pull which creates much more work for you. This can often be ineffective with more massive clogs and need specialized air pressure to move the waste on down the system. The air pressure instead of moving in and then out of the hole is directed one way consistently. Other pressurized systems may not be equipped with the option to choose the strength of the PSI you want to shoot into the drain.
Assess the size of the clogged pipe’s entrance and choose from three uniquely designed attachments. Attach the chosen adaptor onto the main Drain Jet securely.
Securely position the device’s nozzle over the drain, ensuring that the entirety of the hole is secured so that the air pressure can be sealed. The Drain Jet needs a complete seal in order to properly clear the drain with its specialized air pressure systematic cleaning feature.
Do not pump the handle more than twenty times as it could over pressurize the system to the point where it will not respond with the right amount of pressure control.
Pull the pump handle out and then push it back in as many times per your judgment. The air will build up and is stored in the Drain Jet.
Make sure to grip the tool tightly with two hands. Use the trigger to engage the pump on the handle. To achieve suitable air pressure, you will need to adjust the intensity of the how hard you press the trigger.
6. The air will be shot into the drain removing the debris from where it is lodged and forcing it down through the pipes.
Thoroughly clean each part of the device after each use to be ready for the next time you need in as soon as possible.
You will not have any need to look up a plumber’s number and pay unnecessary fees for a simple fix of the drain. It can also be costly to rent specific tools to generate the amount of pressure.
Be sure to not fully immerse it into any water and also wear gloves and safety goggles while using this product. The pressure could cause splashing to occur so it is essential to be prepared for that in the events that the drain is severely plugged.
Note that there is a pressure release valve which will alleviate the pressure the pump has generated. It could take time to become acquainted with the amount of pressure needed and you may want to start the process over.
You will not need to stand at the toilet struggling with a plunger and also will not have to try and fish out refuse from pipes.
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When a plunger is used to unblock a bathroom sink it shoots the water up through the overflow hole so this has to be sealed with a cloth or something for the plunger pressure to be concentrated downwards. No one is advising on whether the air pressure from this device will just be forced up and out of the overflow pipe also.
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