Sewer Shark jet bucket 24" to 60"

This is the most versatile size of the Sewer Shark jet buckets. This size bucket will easily fit through a standard sized sewer maintenance hole and still holds up to 5 gals of debris and grit.

The 24" to 60" Sewer Shark jet bucket is perfect for cleaning settled grit and debris in flooded sewers.

U.S. Patent No. 9744572

Sewer Shark Nozzle Skids

The Sewer Shark nozzle skid is one of the best nozzle skids available. The pipe size is clearly shown in the skid fin so the operator will always know they are using the right sized skid. Using the right size skid increases pipe cleaning efficiency.

These skids are made from wear resistant AR400 to ensure a long life. These skids will last 2x longer than a standard skid.

Available for 6", 8", and 10" pipe sizes, additional pipe sizes coming soon. Actual skid sizes are about 20% smaller than the marked size, to allow room for small offsets and debris.

You can choose between 6 and 4 fins depending on your preference.

Sewer Shark Nozzle Skids are also available on Amazon

Patent Pending

The Sewer Shark Jet Bucket

The Sewer Shark is the worlds first and only jet/vac powered sewer bucket! The Sewer Shark is a jet propelled sewer bucket. The Sewer Shark is designed to clean difficult flooded trunk sewers and siphons using a standard Vac-Con, Vactor, Camel, or similar sewer cleaning truck.

The Sewer Shark can also be used in large diameter PVC or PVC lined RCP, because the Sewer Shark bucket doesn't use cables which can damage PVC pipe and liners.

The Sewer Shark jet bucket also makes cleaning inverted siphons easy. If you have a low velocity inverted siphon that needs regular cleaning the Sewer Shark jet bucket will greatly reduce the time needed to clean these lines.

The Sewer Shark can also be used to clean ditches and other applications where large amounts of debris needs to be removed from a pipeline.

The Sewer Shark jet bucket is connected to a standard jet/vac truck's jetter hose, then lowered into the trunk line. When water pressure is increased, the jet bucket senses the pressure increase and opens the bucket. At the same time, the increased water pressure propels the bucket into the line. After the bucket has traveled the desired distance, forward motion is stopped and the water pressure reduced. When water pressure is reduced, the bucket closes and the bucket is pulled back to the jet/vac truck. As the bucket is lifted out of the sewer, excess water drains from the bucket. Once the bucket reaches street level, the grit and debris can easily be vacuumed from the bucket.

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Sewer Shark is a registered trademark of E2 Industries, LLC, all rights reserved

The Sewer Shark jet bucket is covered by U.S. Patent No. 9744572 and is internationally patent pending.

Sewer Shark Jet Nozzle Skids are Patent Pending.

 

Vactor is a registered trademark of Vactor Manufacturing, Inc.
Vac-Con is a registered trademark of Vac-Con, Inc.
Camel is a registered trademark of Super Products, LLC