Redesigned Water Jet Offers High Water Flow Without a Trailer

The JM-3080 Jet-Set gives you the increased cleaning power of 8 gallons of flow per minute without compromising your pump

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Redesigned Water Jet Offers High Water Flow Without a Trailer
Drain jetter

The redesigned JM-3080 Jet-Set water jet drain cleaning machine from General Pipe Cleaners clears stubborn grease stoppages as well as lines clogged with sand, sludge and ice. It features a removable 300-foot-capacity hose reel to allow you to use the higher power of the gas machine on remote or indoor applications. 

This powerful water jet generates 3,000 psi at 8 gpm for plenty of drain cleaning power to break up tough stoppages and flush them away. And it has the highest flow rate available without requiring a trailer. Vibra-Pulse on demand helps the hose slide easily down long runs and around tight bends. A tough 20 hp Honda engine with electric start and two to one gear reducer drives the pump, while a 12-gallon buffer tank protects the jet if the water supply can’t match the pump demand. 

The muscular JM-3080 is mounted on a hefty tubular frame with four 13-inch "flat-free" foam core tires and a wheel brake. Standard safety features include a thermal relief valve to protect the pump from heat damage, along with a backflow check valve and inlet filter. It comes complete with a toolbox and spray wand. 

For more information, contact the Drain Brains at General at 800/245-6200, or visit

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