High Pressure Water Jetters vs Electric Eels

New York, NY (PressExposure) June 11, 2009 -- In the quest for the ultimate tool of professionals in the plumbing industry used to clean blocked drains, there seems to be a showdown with the two --- the high pressure water jetter versus the electric eel. These two are commonly used by plumbers. But each offers a different declogging effect and experience. Consumers may find it difficult to weigh the advantages and the disadvantages they could gain from the two if they do not really understand the features of the products.

The high pressure water jetter, also known as water blaster, completely clears away the cause of the clog or blockage. This machine has a nozzle or other speed-increasing openings which allow water to emerge as a free jet. It consists of the following major parts: drive, pressure generator, hose lines, spraying devices, safety mechanisms, and control and measurement devices. Its flushing ability can be controlled by changing the size of nozzle. It can wash away grease that has set with cold water. It can fully flush out the cause of the clog or blockage. And it does not leave any sign of declogging activity in the pipes.

The electric eel or plumber’s snake, on the other hand, just simply cuts through the blockage by the spinning blades attached to it. Hence, debris is left in the line. There is a huge tendency for clogging to happen once again. Basically, an electric eel consists of a long coiled wire attached to a crank that is turned clockwise to slowly force the tool into the clogged pipeline. However, the use of this tool is not successful at all times. There are some cases where it may actually pick items up as it moves. But at some point, it could break up the cause of the clog. When this happens, water will again flow freely. Another downside is the tendency for the electric eel to break down the gunk inside of pipes as they flail around.

From this point, it has been made clear that the winner in this showdown is the high pressure water jetter. Plumbers who use this more sophisticated form of technology will generally charge more compared to the use of the electric eel. Clearly, costs have been cut down with the use of high pressure water jetters there is a minimal tendency for the blockage to reoccur in the near future.

There is an abundance of high pressure water jetters in the market that come in different shapes, sizes and colors. The features also vary. There is also quite a number of sewer and drain cleaning service companies that offer Professional Drain Cleaning Contractors to fix your plumbing problems. They use state-of-the-art equipment such as the high pressure water jetters that are of high quality. Machines like these can be the answer to your long-time sewer and drain cleaning dilemma. With high pressure water jetters, the quest for drain cleaning is no longer a battle to fear; it is an endeavour to look forward to.

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Mark Harris was born on Aug.29,1975 in New York. At an early age Mark was already an avid reader of books related to machinery, heavy equipments and more. But it would be some years before his talents as a writer were realised. Today, he's now a professional writer, author to some of the best articles that readers have loved to read.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 10, 2009 at 10:14 pm
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