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What its Hot jetting?

Hot jetting, also known as hydro jetting or high-pressure water jetting, is often preferred for cleaning kitchen lines over cold water jetting due to several reasons.


Enhanced Cleaning Power:

Hot water can dissolve grease, oils, and fats more effectively than cold water. In kitchen lines, where grease buildup is common, hot jetting can penetrate and emulsify these substances, resulting in a more thorough cleaning.

Improved Sanitization:

Hot water has natural sanitizing properties that can help kill bacteria and germs present in kitchen lines. Many buildings complain of an unpleasant odor coming from their grease basin. Hot jetting helps to eliminate this issue after prolonged use.

Increased Efficiency:

The heat from hot water can soften and loosen debris, making it easier to remove during the jetting process. This can reduce the time and effort required for cleaning compared to cold water jetting.




Prevention of Solidification:

Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) tend to solidify and congeal in cold water environments. Hot water jetting helps prevent the solidification of FOG, keeping the lines clear and preventing blockages.

Reduced Risk of Damage:

Hot water jetting is less likely to cause damage to pipes compared to cold water jetting. The heat helps to expand and contract the pipes more gradually, reducing the risk of fractures or other structural damage.

Environmentally Friendly:

Hot jetting often requires no chemicals or detergents compared to cold water jetting, making it a more environmentally friendly option.

Hot Jetting:
Efficient Drain Line Cleaning

Overall, hot jetting offers the most effective and efficient solution for cleaning drain lines, ensuring optimal performance and reducing the risk of plumbing issues associated with grease buildup.

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