During the summer and fall, the rain tends to cause dirt and debris, which clogs up the sewage systems. To solve this, professionals use two systems of cleaning – jetting and vacuuming. Jetting is a process in which a high-pressure water hose with a sewer-jetting nozzle is pushed into the dirty pipeline. High-pressure water is then released from the sewer jet truck to dislodge all of the dirt and flush it away into a gully hole.
Thorough Cleaning of Drains and Sewer Line Cleaning Systems
Sewer jet truck doesn’t remove the accumulated debris only; it leaves the system free from any bacteria. When municipalities use sewer jet trucks, they’re not only removing materials like grease, oil, scaling, sedimentary accumulation, roots, and so on, but also any other bacteria in the drains.