Comparing Brute Jetters: 3012 vs. 4009 – Which is Best for Your Needs?

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The popular Brute Jetters from Jetters Northwest offer two different flow/pressure options: 12 gpm/3,000 psi (3012) and 9 gpm/4,000 psi (4009). So how do you decide which one is right for your needs?

Steve “Jonesie” Jones and Aaron Danneker break down the differences. The key point is to choose the jetter that best meets the majority of your needs; both sizes are great for the 4-inch lines but what other pipe sizes do you need to clear most often?

For jetting 4-inch and larger lines (6-plus inches) the 3012 is a better choice because its higher gpm scours and flushes the larger lines better. But the 4009 is the better choice for jetting 4-inch and smaller lines because its higher psi improves cleaning power through the smaller jetting hoses used to clean smaller pipes. 

Aaron and Jonesie also discuss the hose size difference between the 3012 and the 4009 with regard to pressure loss through smaller vs. larger diameter jetting hose.

Contact Jetters Northwest for help maximizing your jetting power! Visit www.jettersnorthwest.com or call 877-901-1936.



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