Clear blockages in PVC drain pipes within seconds. This light weight, and compact tool will obliterate root intrusion in less time than it will take for you to set up your jetting machine.
Whilst these chains are intended for use in PVC (ABS) pipes, they have the added advantage of a crown drill head in the front, so you can cut roots, or grind up a failed liner within a PVC pipe whilst preventing damage to the pipe wall.
The chain does not have hard carbide bits which could be too aggressive for PVC (ABS) or similar materials, yet the head gives the advantage of a cutting edge with forward thrust.
The chains are made from stainless steel to prevent oxidation, and use centrifugal force to centre the tool inside the pipe.
The chains are adjustable, and mount easily to the flexible shaft, with set screws.
The opening diameter of the drill head is 25mm (1")
Disadvantage - The crown drill head is aggressive, and could damage a PVC (ABS) pipe bend or elbow.. Preferably use on straight runs or start cleaning after you have navigated past the bend.
The kit includes:
A flexible shaft complete with sleeve and friction bearings to prevent dirt from getting between the shaft and the sleeve. The sleeve is heat and chemical resistant, and offers the perfect combination of rigidity and flexibility whilst maintaining a light weight.
Rotator shaft socket to connect the flexible shaft to your power drill
Plain Chain Knocker (with drill head) - 150mm (6")
Plain Chain Knocker (with drill head) - 200mm (8")
Points to note:
These products are intended to be used by trained professionals in the sewer cleaning trade. They do not come with instructions. If you would like training please make contact with us, and we will guide you.
Product pictures may vary in colour and design depending on the size and diameter that you order
Aviation law prohibits us from delivering products which could be considered flammable so we send the shafts without lubricant in the sleeve.
Please be sure to lubricate your flexible shaft before using it, and then check the lubrication every few weeks. This not only ensures the longevity of your shaft, but also makes it more efficient over longer distances. Here is a video we made on how to lubricate your shaft: