Self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle

The Jetstream RotoMag X22 2D is a self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle designed for vessel and pipe cleaning applications.

01/06/2017


The Jetstream RotoMag X22 2D is a self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle designed for vessel and pipe cleaning applications. Courtesy: JetstreamThe Jetstream RotoMag X22 2D is a self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle for vessel cleaning and pipe cleaning applications. The RotoMag X22 nozzle is designed with a stainless-steel body and rotor, and a body shroud to protect the nozzle while cleaning. The cleaning nozzle is also designed with a magnetic braking system that controls rotational speed for minimal wear and maximum impact without streaking. Spinning on a film of high pressure water, the RotoMag X22 nozzle has no ball bearings to replace, and the Premium Kit is available with all components needed for repair in a watertight case. Extensions for the nozzle come in three sizes, as well as various styles of centralizers, to enable more effective cleaning in larger pipes. The Jetstream back-out preventer stops the tool from retracting out of the pipe unexpectedly or in the event of a sudden shift in thrust. 

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