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Jetter safety is paramount due to the inherent risks of operating high-pressure water jetting equipment. Here are several key reasons we’ve part together explaining why jetter safety is crucial:


HIGH-PRESSURE WATER: Water jetters can generate extremely high pressures, possibly causing severe injuries if improperly handled. Operators and bystanders are at risk of cuts, abrasions, or penetration injuries without appropriate precautions.


EQUIPMENT HAZARDS: Jetters involve complex machinery, including pumps, hoses, and nozzles, which can malfunction or fail if not maintained correctly. Mishaps such as hose ruptures or nozzle failures can lead to accidents, posing a danger to operators and nearby individuals.


CHEMICAL EXPOSURE: Some jetting applications may use chemicals to enhance cleaning effectiveness. Improper handling or mixing of chemicals can result in skin irritation, respiratory issues, or other health hazards for operators and anyone nearby.


ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Improper disposal of wastewater or chemicals used in jetting operations can pollute water sources or damage ecosystems. Adhering to safety protocols helps minimize the risk of environmental harm.


PROPERTY DAMAGE: Jetting equipment operating at high pressures has the potential to cause damage to property, including surfaces, structures, or underground utilities, if not used with care and precision.

Overall, prioritizing jetter safety through proper training, maintenance, and adherence to safety protocols is essential to protect the well-being of operators, bystanders, and the environment while mitigating the risk of equipment damage and costly accidents. We have provided a few safety manuals and forms, free for download so that you can operate safely.

Download the Assassin Jetters Safety Manual
Download the Job Safety Analysis Form 
Download the Safe Work Method Statement Form 
Download the Mustang Remote Mini Reel Users Guide

Hose Restraint

The Australian Standards for High Pressure Water Jetting (AS/NZS 4233.1:2013) states that "all hoses shall be restrained" to prevent injury if they fail.


AS/NZS 4233.1:2013 - 1.6.17 Hose restraint

"A device that is attached to the hose and is able to restrain, withstand and contain the energy created at the time of a hose or hose coupling failure".

This is a picture of a wire braided hose restraint and carabiner that now come with all our jetters.


If you want your jetter to comply, they can be purchased for just $104.50 inc GST.

Hose Centurion

The Hose Centurion is a patented plumbing tool that reduces friction and the amount of liquid discharged from inspection openings during sewer jetting.

Designed by a local Sydney plumber and made by Mustang Nozzles, it creates an angle that facilitates the jetter hose movement over the sharp edges found inside PVC waste stack inspection opening to prevent jetter hoses from getting damaged.

The hole is 26mm, so it’s big enough to stick the quick connector through but once a head larger than 26mm is attached, The operator cannot pull the hose through,
making jetting waste stacks safer and cleaner.


(A Patent is owned by the designer protects this product.)

Mustang Safety Plate

These plates have saved countless jetter injuries and must be used where ever possible to prevent the hose from coming back out of the drain.

This 'new' design safety plate is now available making your job as an operator safer. It will prevent the hose from coming back up the drain and could save your life! 

The centre hole acts as a hose guide to protect your hose. There are 5 breather holes so you can still hear what is going on down in the drain without getting covered in effluent.

The plate is made from recycled rubber and is heavy enough to prevent the nozzle from coming back out from the drain. The centring disc is secured with stainless bolts for long service life.


It is also useful to help guide your camera into a drain to protect the pushrod from sharp pipe edges.