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100-101 Series Economy Drain Jet, Pressure range: 30-95 psig

102-0 Series Professional Drain Jet, Pressure range: 30-100 psig

102-3 Series Drain Jet Pro, Pressure range: use with Jetter pressures but never exceed pipeline capacity

107 Series Municipal Style Hydraulic Pipeline Flushers Sizes: 3" to 12"

109 Series Pipeline Cleaning Balls Sizes: 5.87" to 18.25"

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100-102 Series DrainJet™ Hydraulic Drain Flushers Sizes: 1 3/8" to 6"

Petersen Drain Flushers open clogged drains with powerful jet action and high flow rate. Easy to install even around bends and elbows. Much greater flow rate than rubber bulb-type flushers that require much of the pressure just to expand the rubber. DrainJet™ Hydraulic Drain Flusher puts all the water flow and pressure to work. The 100 to 102 Series have a 3/4" garden hose connection. The 102-3-Series have a NPT connection for use with your power Jetter and can double as a pipe plug (simply put a pipe plug in the outlet end, inflate up to 100 psi (60 psi for 6"), and use as a pipe plug).

Constructed of heavy duty specially treated industrial fabric.

DrainJet-Pro™ for the High Pressure Jetter, 102-3 Series - Treated Heavy Duty Industrial Canvas
DrainJet™ for the Professional, 102-0 Series - Treated Heavy Duty Industrial Canvas
Economy Drain Flushers: 100 Series Dr.FixIt & 101 Series Econo - Nylon Reinforced Vinyl




1. Connect Flusher to water hose.




2. Insert Flusher into drain.




3. Turn on water. Bag expands, locks Flusher in pipe and flushes drain clear.

Flushers, 102-3-Series, DrainJet-Pro™
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Professional Drain Flushers
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Economy Drain Flushers
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Custom configurations also available

Products covered by one or more of the following patents: 4,565,222; 5,353,842; 5,901,752; 6,446,669; 6,568,429; 6,899,138 and other applications pending.


107 Series Municipal Style Hydraulic Pipeline Flushers Sizes: 3" to 12"


  • Manufactured with heavy industrial treated woven canvas.
  • Multi size configuration allows use in smaller than the rated size. Leak back may increase for smaller size pipes.
  • Light Weight Allows one person insertion for most sizes and applications.
  • Flexibility allows easy navigation through bends and small openings.
  • Under Water Placement is easier due to the small deflated size and minimal internal air
  • May be used as a plug with water or air by capping the outlet.
  • Generally in stock up to 12" diameter with larger and smaller sizes available in just a few days.
  • Custom Configurations available for most size, temperature, chemical, and pressure requirements.


Clear Sand & Debris
  1. Insert Flusher above debris with outlet pointed up stream
  2. Turn on water full force allowing water head build up
  3. Turn off water and remove Flusher; the released head of water clears pipeline
Clear Obstructed Sewer
  1. Insert Flusher above debris with outlet pointed down stream
  2. Turn on water full force allowing water to expand Flusher
  3. Water flow and pressure builds between Flusher and blockage clearing sewer

107 Series
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Custom configurations also available

* Warning: When used as an inflatable plug, inflate only to 25% of the flushing pressure! Maximum head pressures that a pipe plug may restrain can only be estimated. Slippage is influenced by many factors including fluid in the pipe, coefficient of pipeline friction, pressure required to inflate the plug, and accuracy of pressure gauges. Generally, a Multi-Flex™ Inflatable Plug inserted fully into pipeline will begin slipping between 50% and 80% of the inflation pressure if it has an inflated pipe contact length of 1 ½ to 2 times the diameter, but even a head pressure of 50% of the inflation pressure may cause slippage with some liquids. The inflation pressure is also subject to temperature change and debris or protrusions in the pipeline that could rupture the plug. The inflation pressure should be monitored and plugs anchored and/or mechanically blocked when slippage could cause property damage or injury. NEVER use a test pressure greater than the capacity of the weakest pipe or component in the system. NEVER use an inflatable plug when its failure could cause injury or catastrophic damage.

Products covered by one or more of the following patents: 4,565,222; 5,353,842; 5,901,752; 6,446,669; 6,568,429; 6,899,138 and other applications pending.


109 Series Pipeline Cleaning Balls Sizes: 5.87" to 18.25"

cleaning balls

109 Series
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** Manhole Winch manhole winch

Features:

  • Drags plugs in leak location testing
  • Feeds Pipeline Cleaning Ball down line for sewer cleaning
  • Normal pull strength up to 550 pounds
  • 3/32" diameter steel cable

Manhole Winches
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Inflatable Plug Warning: Maximum head pressures that a pipe plug may restrain can only be estimated. Slippage is influenced by many factors including fluid in the pipe, coefficient of pipeline friction, pressure required to inflate the plug, and accuracy of pressure gauges. Generally, a Multi-Flex™ Inflatable Plug inserted fully into pipeline will begin slipping between 50% and 80% of the inflation pressure if it has an inflated pipe contact length of 1 ½ to 2 times the diameter, but even a head pressure of 50% of the inflation pressure may cause slippage with some liquids. The inflation pressure is also subject to temperature change and debris or protrusions in the pipeline that could rupture the plug. The inflation pressure should be monitored and plugs anchored and/or mechanically blocked when slippage could cause property damage or injury. NEVER use a test pressure greater than the capacity of the weakest pipe or component in the system. NEVER use an inflatable plug when its failure could cause injury or catastrophic damage.