New DrainJet-Pro Drain Flusher is Designed for Use with High Pressure Jetter

Press Release Summary:

  • Offered with npt thread connections for connecting directly to jetter hose
  • Using standard threaded pipe plug, the DrainJet-Pro can be used as pipe plug with outlet end closed
  • Designed to handle high pressure and is flexible for navigating bends

Original Press Release:

Peterson Products Company Introduces DrainJet-Pro™

Petersen Products makes a large variety of pipeline plugging systems including high pressure, chemicals, and extreme temperatures. It also makes a variety of drain flushing and sewer cleaning products.

DrainJet-Pro™ For a Jetter

Petersen has introduced the new DrainJet-Pro™ drain flusher for professional plumbers to use with their high pressure jetter. Contractors have been making adapters to use the popular standard DrainJet™ with their jetter but it was not designed for higher pressures. This new product will provide a much better solution. The new DrainJet-Pro™ has npt thread connections for connecting directly to the jetter hose. It is far more robust to handle higher pressures and it is very flexible for navigating bends. The new DrainJet-Pro™ is air holding so may be used as a pipe plug with the outlet end closed with a standard threaded pipe plug. Contact your local plumbing wholesaler or visit our website for more information on the DrainJet-Pro™. 

Petersen, a Century-plus Company

Petersen Products, a Wisconsin-based firm, has been making high-quality inflatable products for over a hundred years. Its team of mechanical engineers develops standard and highly technical custom plugging systems to solve most pipeline requirements. Petersen products are used internationally in mines, dams, plants, and sewer lines for extreme size, pressure, temperature, and chemical specifications. Some block hundreds of tons of pressure; others high temperatures, still others resist all kinds of chemicals. The largest plug the company has made is 21 feet in diameter installed under 450 meters of water with remote operated equipment; the smallest is one-quarter of an inch., 1-800-926-1926

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