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    Aussie Viper mini reel available from Australian Pump Industries

    Australian Pump Industries

    The Aussie Viper mini reel, available from Australian Pump Industries makes clearing drains and hard to access locations easy.

    The Aussie Viper mini reel is designed for use with high pressure water blasters or sewer cleaning jetters up to 5,000psi. For example it can be teamed with the Aussie Cobra, a purpose built drain cleaning jetter.

    The Aussie Viper is lightweight and effective, providing plumbers with a major advantage in clearing blocked sewer lines or drains.

    The Aussie Viper consists of a 5,000psi rated hose reel with stainless steel swivel mounted in a robust stainless steel carry frame to make it portable.

    An integrated control system with onboard pressure gauge means the operator has total control of the whole cleaning function whilst remote from the main jetter.

    “The Aussie Viper means cleaning drains is a one man job instead of the two man chore,” said Aussie Pumps Matt Dale.

    The reel carries 60 metres of 1/4“ R8 high pressure lightweight sewer cleaning hose. It can be equipped with a wide range of drain cleaning accessories including the Aussie Turbo Root Mulcher, a head designed to chop its way through tree roots in drains or sewer lines.

    “Drain cleaning by using Aussie high pressure jetters is becoming increasingly popular because it is done efficiently and without excavation,” said Matt Dale.

    The mini reel also comes with quick couples for easy connection to the jetter or to the selected drain cleaning nozzle for the particular job.

    The Aussie Viper has quick coupler locations mounted on it as well as locations for nozzles so that the operator can select the right nozzle for the job without going back to the jetter or his van.

    Australian Pump Industries claim the Viper mini reel is an innovation in drain cleaning technique and will save plumbers hours on the job, resulting in major cost cuts in drain cleaning.

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