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Anybody have a time- or money-saving tool tip? Then send it in to PHC News for the chance to win a Kinetic Water Ram from General Pipe Cleaners.
We’ll pick the prizewinner in each issue of PHC News, starting with the February edition. Each winner will receive a Kinetic Water Ram, including 4-inch rubber cone, five rubber plugs and a carrying case all with a retail value of $325.
The Kinetic Water Ram from General Pipe Cleaners clears clogged sinks, tubs and toilets fast. Just pump it up, insert tip into drain and snap the trigger. It’s that easy.
The Kinetic Water Ram uses a burst of compressed air that drives a shock wave through water instantly pulverizing stoppages – rust, grease, sediment and scale – in 1-1/4- to 4-inch lines. It won’t harm piping since the Kinetic Water Ram directs 98 percent of the force down the line – and only 2 percent against the pipe wall.
The Kinetic Water Ram is particularly useful when the stoppage is on the far side of a drum trap or a series of tight bends since the shock wave can travel around bends without losing its force. Contractors get instant impact with no pressure build-up. The built-in pump and pressure gauge lets contractors choose the right amount of force for each job. It requires no electrical power or CO2 gas.
The sleek and easy-to-handle Kinetic Water Ram is made of durable plated metal components. The unit comes in a sturdy carrying case with molded compartments for the drain cleaning tool and accessories. Made in USA.
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 fourth-generation family-owned company is celebrating 90 years of service to drain cleaning professionals and plumbing contractors.
Email your Tool Tip to Steve Smith, editor of PHC News at email@example.com. For more information on other products from General Pipe Cleaners, contact the Drain Brains at General at 800- 245-6200, or visit www.drainbrain.com.