Go Green owns and operates multiple types of continuous cable machines. Continuous cable machines are an industry standard for most professionals and drain cleaners around the globe. These machines feature a motor that can drive a steel wound cable as much as 100 feet or more down a clogged sewer or drain line. A special head at the end of the cable is used depending on the job at hand.
Continuous cable machines are normally built with cable drums in order to store the cable and keep the dirty water and solids from dripping or spraying onto nearby surfaces. Most professionals have multiple machines and heads to tackle different jobs. With careful review and attention to detail, the service technician will choose the machine that best fits your specific job.
Sectional cable machines are a bit less popular in the industry due to the time and effort needed to complete the average job. These machines feature a motor that drives a steel wound cable, much like that of a continuous cable machine, except that the cable is sectional. Each section must be “bolted” or “coupled” together as the cable is fed or retrieved down the clogged sewer line. Most rental companies offer these machines due to the ease of transport to the customer’s property. Unlike continuous cable machines, the cables are normally exposed before, during, and after the drain cleaning exercise, which tends to make a mess by allowing the dirty water and solids from the work to drip or spray onto nearby surfaces.
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Go Green owns and operates a trailer-mounted Jetter designed to clear lines as small as two inches in diameter to lines as large as 12 inches in diameter. Sewer Jetters are powerful drain cleaning machines that use high-pressure water and high flow rates to clear and clean sewer, drain and municipal lines. High-pressure sewer Jetters consist of a pump, motor, hose reel(s), water storage tank (high volume only), hoses, and a wide variety of Jetter nozzles.
Jetters must be adapted for use on each specific job, and it’s important to select the correct hose size and determine the nozzle that will get the job done. Sometimes, multiple nozzles are needed to tackle any given sewer cleaning job.
Sewer Jetters don’t only unstop or unclog a pipe, they remove all sludge, slime, grease, and any other debris from pipes, leaving behind what almost looks like brand new pipes.
Using the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment, we can ensure that drain lines are clean and operating correctly. Our sewer and drain video inspection equipment features high-definition industrial cameras with the industry’s leading push cables, as well as a fully mobile monitor with recording capabilities. All of our main drain line (three inch and larger) cleaning services include a free quick inspection of the drain line to ensure that the line has been cleared and that there are no other hidden issues that need to be resolved. Our inspection also utilizes Sondes to fix clogged sewer lines and other problems.
Go Green owns and operates specialized equipment in order to pinpoint issues within the ground. By using video inspection equipment that includes a Sonde beacon, we can send out a signal from the camera head within the underground pipe once an issue is found. The Sonde then transmits a ground penetrating signal to the surface that we are able to receive with a locator wand. The equipment not only tells us where the issue is but also tells us the depth from the surface, eliminating the need to guess and then dig.
Contact Go Green today for services in Guilford County, NC, Forsyth County, NC, Davidson County, NC, Winston-Salem, NC, Greensboro, NC, High Point, NC, Jamestown, NC, Summerfield, NC, and Oak Ridge, NC. In addition to sewer repair, we also provide tankless water heater installation, water filtration, water line replacement, and many other services! To learn more, just browse our site or give us a call.