Kinetic Water Ram: Made in America and Clearing Drains for Over 50 Years

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Kinetic Water Ram: Made in America and Clearing Drains for Over 50 Years

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Don’t be fooled by imitations. Over 50 years of technical advancements made rugged, all-metal Kinetic Water Ram from General Pipe Cleaners the choice for quickly clearing clogged lines with the power of compressed air. 

Just pump it up, insert into a drain and snap the trigger. It’s that fast. 

Environmentally friendly, the compact, portable tool is cleaner than snakes and safer than chemicals. It requires no electrical power or CO2 gas. And it’s great for plumbing, drain cleaning, maintenance and rental applications. 

Lightweight and economical, futuristic Kinetic Water Ram generates a shock wave that instantly pulverizes stoppages in 1 1/4- to 4-inch lines — yet won’t harm pipes. 

The shock wave bypasses vents and bends to batter clogs. And the built-in pump and pressure gauge lets operators choose the right amount of force for each job. 

An optional toilet attachment screws onto the front of Kinetic Water Ram, turning it into a powerful plunger. The specially designed accessory precisely positions in bowls for a tight seal, hitting blockages with maximum impact and no splashback. 

General’s sleek, plated Kinetic Water Ram comes in a sturdy carrying case with molded compartments for the tool and accessories. A Schraeder valve for use with an external air compressor when clearing difficult blockages is also provided. 

See Kinetic Water Ram in action at www.drainbrain.com/ram. For more information call the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800-245-6200.



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