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Jetting Safety Suggestions
Caution: Pressurized water can cause serious bodily harm. Always follow the manufactures recommended operating procedures for all jetting pumps, nozzles, and accessories.
A. Before each use, carefully inspect the nozzle body for damage such as cracks, worn threads, and obstructed orifices. Replace damaged or worn nozzles immediately.
B. Thread sealant is generally recommended on NPT threaded nozzles.
C. During manual sewer, drain, pipe, or tube cleaning operations, the nozzle must be inserted into the line before pressurizing the system. Be certain the nozzle is inserted far enough into the line that any backward facing jets do not pose a hazard to the operator. Always de-pressurize the system before removing the nozzle.
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