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At Assassin Jetters, our team is committed to providing support whenever you need it. To kick off the year, we've crafted three essential insights to enhance your knowledge and offer valuable advice when considering all aspects of your jetting equipment and accessories.

First things first, let's check what you already have. If you don’t own a jetter yet, these are the first things you need to know.


Pressure and Flow Rate

The effectiveness of a water Jetter is often determined by its pressure and flow rate.

a) Pressure

Pressure refers to the force applied per unit area. In the context of a water jetter, higher pressure is often necessary for breaking down stubborn clogs and debris within pipes. It's particularly useful when dealing with challenging blockages or when a more forceful impact is needed for cleaning.

b) Flow Rate

Flow rate, on the other hand, is the volume of water that passes through the jetter per unit of time. A higher flow rate is beneficial for flushing away loosened debris and ensuring thorough cleaning. It is especially useful in situations where the goal is to remove accumulated material from the pipes.

Nozzle Selection

Different nozzles serve specific purposes, so having a variety of nozzle options is crucial. For example, a forward jet nozzle is effective for breaking up blockages, while rotary nozzles are excellent for clearing debris from pipe walls. Understanding the characteristics of each nozzle and selecting the right one for the task at hand enhances the efficiency of the jetter. Our experienced team at Assassin Jetters can walk you through the nozzle selection process, and you can view our nozzle selection on our website shop.

Durability and Maintenance

A reliable water jetter should be durable enough to withstand the demands of regular use in tough environments. Consider the build quality, materials used, and overall construction to ensure the longevity of the equipment.

Regular maintenance is essential to keep the jetter in optimal working condition. This includes cleaning filters, inspecting hoses and nozzles for wear and tear, and addressing any mechanical issues promptly. A well-maintained jetter not only lasts longer but also performs more effectively.

Remember that safety practices are crucial when operating a water jetter. Proper training and adherence to safety guidelines are essential for both the equipment's efficient use and the well-being of the operator and those in the vicinity. Always follow the manufacturer's recommendations and guidelines for safe operation and maintenance.

Got more questions? Contact the Assassin team now on (02) 9674 9088, and we will be happy to discuss your jetter needs and recommend the best and most affordable solutions for you.