Press Release Summary:
Ken-Way Junior model cable line cleaner can be transported via cart constructed with powder-coated, 16-gauge, Â¾ in. tube steel frame. Accessory features 8 in. ball bearing wheels and stores 20 ft of power cord as well as foot control cord. Ergonomic to maneuver, cart employs mounting system that accepts Junior legs and fastens them securely with quick-pin attachment. System adapts to previous Junior models and works in vertical or horizontal position.
Original Press Release:
New Cart Makes Ken-Way Junior More Agile
SPARTA, Wis., May 26, 2005 -- Ken-Way Corporation recently announced the addition of a transport cart, designed and manufactured specifically for the popular Ken-Way Junior model cable line cleaner, to its product line.
The new cart is constructed with the same powder-coated, 16-gauge, 3/4-inch tube steel frame as the Junior cleaner, and features eight-inch ball bearing wheels with storage for 20 feet of power cord and the foot control cord. This accessory makes the already portable and agile 38-pound Junior cable cleaner much more user-friendly and ergonomically easier to maneuver. Designed for ease of use, with an easy-to-use mounting system that accepts the Junior legs and fastens secure with a quick-pin attachment, the system adapts to previous Junior models and works in either the vertical or horizontal position depending on the particular drain or pipe cleaning project.
Ken-Way originated the "chuckless" waste line cleaner over 50 years ago. The company manufactures the 38-pound Junior model and the Model 400 Sewer Rodder for servicing sewer, drain and process lines from one to ten inches and up to 300 feet with interconnectable cables.
Ken-Way Corporation manufactures chuckless cable cleaners, replacement cables and attachments, and distributes high-pressure jetters for the drain and pipe cleaning industries. Ken-Way Corporation is headquartered at 930 Roberts Road, Sparta, WI 54656, 800-533-0551, Fax: 608-269-8129, Web: www.ken-way.com.
For Information, contact:
Keith Kenyon, Jr.