About Cast-Iron Pipe
Cast iron pipe has been a sewer line mainstay for decades and has an average lifespan of 30 to 50 years. Over time however, as metallic surfaces come into contact with moisture, rusting and corrosion naturally set in. As these issues progress, the pipe is weakens and eventually needs to be replaced due to advanced deterioration or failure.
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- Rust – Just as with any metal pipe that comes directly into contact with wastewater, the interior of cast iron pipe will ...
Hydro Jetting Procedure
Hydro jetting is performed by inserting a high pressure hose inside of a clean out. The Hydro Jetter allows highly-pressurized water to wash away most debris found in the sewer pipes with a special nozzle located at the end of the high pressure hose. The pressure of the water coming out from a hydro jetter can reach up to 4,000 psi which makes it an ideal method in removing even the most stubborn grease, dirt, debris, ... Continue Reading →