HotJet II Dual-Purpose Hybrid Jetter Comes Through for Iowa Plumber During Coronavirus Crisis

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HotJet II Dual-Purpose Hybrid Jetter Comes Through for Iowa Plumber During Coronavirus Crisis

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Jason Anderson Plumbing in Iowa has put its HotJet II dual purpose/hybrid unit to work during this quarantine period, cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing customers’ storefronts, entrances and shopping carts. In addition to his drain cleaning capabilities, Anderson notified his customers that his jetter was equipped with the detergent and hot-water tools necessary to neutralize and clean for coronavirus, which causes COVID-19. His business is busy.

The HotJet II offers 10 gpm at 4,000 psi and comes fully equipped with powerwashing tools for effective cleanup and sanitizing. By using CDC guidelines for proper detergent mixes and combined with the extreme hot-water temperatures necessary for effective cleaning, the HotJet II has quickly become a valuable tool in the fight against harmful pathogens like the coronavirus. 

Effective cleaning includes disabling the virus and its proteins on the surfaces with a pre-spray consisting of a properly mixed bleach sanitizer solution, followed by the recommended dwell time and cleaning with high-temperature water. All HotJet USA hot-water units have these tools. Its parent company, Power Line Industries, has been teaching powerwash businesses proper cleaning techniques for decades and would like to extend this service to their jetting equipment customers.

For information about how to properly clean, disinfect and sanitize, visit www.cleaningforcoronavirus.com or call HotJet USA at 800-624-8186.



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