There are many types of jetting nozzles on the market each designed to do specific jobs and choosing the correct jetting nozzle is vital to the effectiveness and performance of your drain jetting unit.
The size, number and position of the water jets themselves affect which jetting nozzles are better suited to pipe de-scaling, root cutting and silt removal
Nozzles with rear and forward facing jets are affective on blockages such as grease and fat and tree root ingress.
Revolving jet heads are used for descaling pipe walls and removing tree root ingress
Heavier plough and bomb jets are used for the removal of silt and debris
Spinning flail jetting heads are used for root cutting and de-scaling encrustation at joints
The clip below shows a six back and one forward facing jetting nozzle