Flexi-Rooter: Top Features of the Next-Generation Flexshaft Machine

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General Pipe Cleaners redefines high-speed, flexshaft technology with the new Flexi-Rooter 100 drain cleaner — the next-generation flexible-shaft machine.

General added an integral motor, stronger rod and unique ClogChopper cutters to a durable metal, easily maneuverable frame. General’s stronger, stiffer rod is flexible enough to get though 2-inch lines, yet strong enough to cut roots in 4-inch drainlines up to 75 feet down the line. It’s powered by an integral variable-speed motor that lets you adjust the speed from zero to 2,200 rpm. With the foot pedal you have both hands free to safely guide the rod into the line. You can use the Flexi-Rooter simultaneously with your sewer inspection camera system to pinpoint trouble spots in the line and instantly view your results.

General’s innovative, two-part cleaning array combines its unique ClogChopper cutters with carbide-tipped chain cutters. ClogChoppers rip through tough stoppages with six self-sharpening blades that dig into encrusted debris and root masses, easily grinding up stubborn clogs. General couples the ClogChoppers to stainless steel and carbide-tipped chain cutters. Together, they make a formidable combination, capable of boring through tough stoppages and scale, shredding obstructions and scouring pipe walls clean.

The durable metal frame includes 10-inch wheels and folding handle to make it easier to get the machine smoothly to and from the job. A safety slip clutch helps protect the rod. But if you ever do get into trouble, the rod is field repairable.

For more information, visit www.drainbrain.com/flexi-rooter, or call the Drain Brains at 800-245-6200.

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