Directional cleanout tool for clearing clogged debris

SS1 directional cleanout tool uses Safe-T-Switch SS1 inline overflow/shutoff switch body or any condensate drain ¾ in PVC inline tee as an access cleanout fitting.

04/20/2016


SS1 directional cleanout tool uses Safe-T-Switch SS1 inline overflow/shutoff switch body or any condensate drain ¾ in PVC inline tee as an access cleanout fitting. Courtesy: RectorSealRectorSeal's SS1 directional cleanout tool is used for clearing clogged debris from ¾ in. primary and secondary condensate drain lines of all air conditioner brands and sizes. The tool uses Safe-T-Switch SS1 inline overflow/shutoff switch body or any condensate drain ¾ in. PVC inline tee as an access cleanout fitting. The sturdy ABS plastic tool fits through the top of an SS1 body after removing the electronic float switch. The opposite end features a plastic female fitting that tightly connects a shop vacuum, MightyPump drain line pump or other pressurizing device hoses. SS1 complies with the International Mechanical Code (IMC-Section 307.2.5) and the International Residential Code (IRC-Section M1411.3.3).

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