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Category Archives: Drain Cleaning
We sometimes like to address questions the Drain Brains at General often get asked. Today, we answer the question: How can I properly make use of a 3-way switch on floor model rental drain cleaning machines? The answer: Connect with the … Continue reading
We like to address some of the common questions the Drain Brains at General get asked. Today, we answer the question: How can I connect my mobile devices to Gen-Eye Inspection Systems? The answer: Connect with the Drain Brains Facebook – … Continue reading
“The compact size makes it great for one-man operation – and it’s perfect for much of the work I do!” That’s Craig Casteen on the compact, lightweight JM-1000 Mini-Jet™ from General Pipe Cleaners. Owner of Casteen Plumbing & Repair in … Continue reading
Plumber Magazine asked General Pipe Cleaners’ Marty Silverman how to use General’s Kinetic Water Ram™ at the the 2016 WWETT Show.
Q. We’ve had the same handheld power drain cleaner for 20 years and it still keeps working, but my arms get tired from holding the machine. Is there an easier way to clear clogs in small drains? A. You’ve got … Continue reading
Pipe Inspection and location systems represent a significant investment for most small businesses. In return, they offer unique diagnostic and marketing potential that can either save or earn a tremendous amount of money for your company. Choosing the right system … Continue reading
Since the debut of high-pressure water jetters more than thirty years ago, it’s fair to say that they’ve revolutionized the drain cleaning industry. First, they put another arrow in the contractor’s quiver when he or she is struggling to open … Continue reading
Q. I handle maintenance for a fast food chain, and the grease clogs are wearing me out. I clear it with my snake, but the clog comes right back. Is there a better tool for clearing grease clogs for good? … Continue reading
If you have old drain cleaning equipment, you’d better make sure you check out the machines before you use them. Older machines don’t have the safety features of the newer drain cleaners. First things first, you’ll want to inspect the … Continue reading