Winterizing Your Jetter Equipment

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Winterizing Your Jetter Equipment

It’s that time of year for plumbers and drain cleaners in cold-weather climates to ensure that their jetting equipment is being properly prepared for winter. 

This is a great time of the year to not only winterize your jetting equipment, but also to perform essential services on your machine to ensure optimal performance. 

1. Change the oil - In cold climates HotJet USA only recommends Mobile 1 (Pure Synthetic) 5w30 oil.

2. Change the air filter – At least two times per year.

3. Do a general tune up. ­– Don’t forget to: Take a look at the tires and belts, check for weather cracking and unusual wear. Check fasteners, and take a look under the unit for any loose or lost nuts or bolts.

Keeping your jetting equipment in great condition will pay dividends to ensure ultimate performance and dependability. 

For more information, including suggestions for transporting and storing during cold weather, visit www.hotjetusa.com.

Download the HotJet USA Winterizing Checklist here.



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