Reaper™ Rotating Jetting Nozzle
REAPER 1" SEWER JETTING NOZZLE - NOW AVAILABLE!
The Reaper™ Rotating Jetting Nozzle is designed and engineered specifically for water jetting applications including pipe cleaning and sewer jetting projects for the residential, municipal, industrial or contractor market.
The Reaper successfully cleans drains, industrial pipes, sewers, and tubes by clearing blockages, grease and roots with fewer passes, saving you time and money all while generating less wear and tear on hoses and operators.
SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE - The Reaper's rotating front jet is a 0-degree, straight water stream that blasts at up to 4000 PSI while rotating at an optimal speed to form a 24 or 30-degree cone of coverage. Optimized stream quality results in greater impingement, allowing you to use one tool for various applications including cutting blockages, cleaning grease and removing roots. Reaper's four or eight rear jets create a 20-degree angle for maximum thrusting and pulling power.
DURABLE & RELIABLE - These heavy-duty, high impact nozzles are constructed with stainless steel housing and tungsten carbide wear surfaces to withstand harsh environments and provide longer life than ceramic nozzles. With fewer passes, the Reaper generates less wear and tear on hoses and operators, saving you time and money.
EFFICIENCY - The Reaper jetting nozzle's greater impingement allows you to complete jobs faster and use smaller nozzle sizes while getting the same or better performance as nozzles with higher GPM flow rates.
SERVICEABILITY - Repair kits are available for extended life and lower overall operating costs. No more downtime with the Reaper, or sending it in for repairs. You can rebuild your Reaper right on-site in under 10 minutes!
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The Reaper was a huge time saver because we didn’t have to keep pulling out of the lateral. The combination of speed, cutting, and pushing helped us work 2x faster than the nozzle we were using before. The Reaper is now our “first responder” when we need to break lateral stoppages and root intrusions.