Clean clogged and dirty sewer pipes quickly by using a Suttner sewer jetter nozzle. Why use this nozzle? The reverse jets on the fixed and rotary nozzles pull the hose through the tube or sewer line and blast debris from line or tube walls.
This quality sewer jetting nozzle does not have a forward spraying orifice, but has 3 orifices angled backwards and to the side. This means its better for removing build up from the walls of the pipe or tube and driving the nozzle through the pipe. The nozzle itself is rotating which means it spins and helps with the cleaning and flushing action in the pipe.
Clean faster, better and with less mess with a sewer jetter nozzle!
Video Demonstration of Sewer Jetting Nozzle in Action
The benefits of a sewer jetting nozzle are as follows:
Thorough scrubbing: a sewer jetter scrubs the sides of dirty pipes with high-pressure water as it travels up the line.
Debris removal: after its jet nozzle breaks apart a clog, a sewer jetter can wash remaining debris out of your drain pipe.
Easier handling: you can easily carry a 100-foot sewer jetter attachment in one hand. Compare this to an equivalent mechanical drain cleaner that can weigh over 250 lbs.
Simpler cleanup: a sewer jetter attachment has no electrical or moving mechanical parts so you can safely clean it with the gentle nozzle of your pressure washer after use. After cleaning you can hang it in your garage or shed without bringing odors indoors.
Flexible setup: because a sewer jetter attachment is lightweight and easier to keep clean, it can be suitable for both outdoor and indoor use.
Sewer Jetter vs. Traditional Drain Cleaner has the following advantages:
A sewer jetter attachment has these advantages: Low cost: If you already own a pressure washer, a sewer jetter attachment can cost a fraction of what you’d pay for a mechanical drain cleaner with an equivalent reach. Fast penetration: the back-firing jets on a sewer jetter nozzle pull the jetter line into clogged pipes using the force of water from your pressure washer. In contrast, a mechanical drain cleaner uses an electric motor that twists a cable into the drain by mechanical force.
The Stainless Steel Rotating Sewer Jetter Nozzle Features:
Rotating nozzle adds more agitation, which increase cleaning & flushing action
3 Backward jets spin nozzle and drive forward
Corrosion resistant stainless steel and brass construction
Utilizes offset jets on a free spinning rotor
Sewer Jetter Rotating Nozzle Specifications:
Inlet:1/4” Female Pipe Thread
Material: Stainless steel & brass
Maximum Pressure: 4200 PSI
Max.Temperature: 300º F
Weight: 1.4 oz.
Brand: Suttner America
5.5 Orifice Size
How should this sewer cleaning nozzle be used?
This nozzle attaches directly to your pressure washer hose. You can attach a male or female quick connector to this nozzle for quick on and off of your hose. See below for further info on adapting it to your setup.
The best way to use it is to use it to clean after penetration and flushing nozzles have been used. Those nozzles can be seen to the right of this page under featured items.
How to Select your Sewer Jetter Nozzle:
1. Determine the Gallons Per Minute and the PSI of your pressure washer (for example, 3500 PSI 3 GPM).
2. Using the PSI and GPM from your pressure washer determine which nozzle matches your pressure washer by using the nozzle chart here: click here.
3. Based on the nozzle size from the nozzle chart, select that nozzle size from the drop down menu on this page before ordering.
Need More Sewer Jetting Equipment? Check out the Right Side Column for Hose, Nozzles, Foot Valves and Full Sewer Jetting Systems!
Will This Piece of Equipment Fit/Adapt to My Pressure Washer or Hose?
This is a common question. Due to the thousands of potential fittings/adaptors & pressure washers, it is the customers responsibility to make sure the accessory purchased will work with your pressure washer or hose. You may call the manufacturer of your pressure washer to see if this is possible. You may also contact some of the respected manufacturers of pressure washer fittings or by calling your local hose fabrication shop. A comprehensive list of these is provided by clicking here. It is best to do this BEFORE purchasing your pressure washer equipment.
Note: The nozzles on this page are 1/4" in size. This means you will need to adapt it to your pressure washer hose if you have the standard 3/8" pressure washer hose. What would this look like? Check out the beginning of the video above to see that they basically put a 1/4" male quick connect plug into the end of the rotating sewer jetter nozzle. Then they made up an adaptor consisting of a 1/4" female quick connector, a 1/4" to 3/8" pipe fitting adaptor and finally a 3/8" quick connect plug that all snaps into the end of the hose which is a 3/8" female quick connect coupling. Need more info on adapting this nozzle to your setup? Click here.
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