This Root Cutting Machine is Packed with Extra Features

Michael Williams shows how General Pipe Cleaners thought of everything when designing the Speedrooter XL

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At the 2019 WWETT Show, Michael Williams of Just Drains LLC discussed some of his favorite features on the Speedrooter XL from General Pipe Cleaners. With easily interchangeable drums, the Speedrooter XL gives you long distance clog-busting power in 3- to 10-inch lines up to 200 feet long. The rugged, easy-to-maneuver Speedrooter XL sports a powerful 3/4 hp motor to drive the cable down long runs and clear tough stoppages.

Change drums to add cable lengths or swap cable sizes with ease. Just loosen three knobs and remove the drum. Switch between 3/4- or 5/8-inch Flexicore cables in the large drum design — General’s see-through inner cage lets you quickly gauge how much cable remains — or substitute the small drum with 100 feet of 1/2-inch Flexicore cable for smaller lines.

The variable-speed cable feed offers raw driving and pulling power for long, tough jobs, feeding and retrieving 3/4-, 5/8- and 1/2-inch cables. To adjust for each cable size, simply turn a knob on top of the feed — no screwdriver required.

One person can easily load Speedrooter XL onto a truck. The machine’s frame slides smoothly from the loading wheel to the handle to stair climbers and finally to the wheels. The adjustable height, swept-back handle also provides maximum maneuvering leverage. And the durable design features a braced frame at key stress points, front and rear drum supports for longer bearing wear, and Flexicore cable.

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