Sewer Cleaning

High velocity sewer Cleaning • REmote visual inspection

 

We can help with prevention and emergencies.

Though the most important sewer cleaning services happen before the emergency, Augusta Industrial Services can help with any industrial sewer cleaning situation. Our machines are equipped to handle sanitary and storm sewers, conduits, culverts and drainpipes of varying diameters. Call us today to get started.

 
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Proud Member of the National Association Of Sewer Service Companies

 
 
 

High Velocity Sewer Cleaning

When cleaning a sewer line, the unit is placed directly over a manhole. The 500-ft high-pressure hose is equipped with a special self-propelling, high-velocity jet nozzle which is fed directly into the sewer line or pipe. Special Rotating Nozzles or attachments known as "Root Cutters" can be attached to the sewer jet hose which cut through roots in a sewer system in a fraction of the time it would take by hand. Water up to 2,500 PSI at 80 gallons per minute (GPM) will thrust the nozzle up the sewer right through the clogged materials relieving the stoppage and washing back any loose debris to be removed. As the hose is withdrawn, the sewer is scoured clean by means of the rear jets in the nozzle that discharge a high velocity stream of water. Debris is removed with the onboard vacuum system.

  • Municipalities- Storm or Sanitary systems
  • Plant sewer or drainage systems
  • Tank cleaning
  • New Construction
  • Pipe re-lining projects
  • Remote Visual Inspection

    Using automated systems, we can carry out visual inspections in long piping systems, tanks or other areas where human entry is not safe or practical

  • Often used to verify clean pipes after construction,
  • Our process will identify breaks, imperfections or root intrusion in piping
  • It can also be used for the mapping of piping systems or utilities
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    Day or night, we’ll be there when you need it.

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