Commercial Drain Jetting
The use of high pressure water jets to clean drains is known as drain jetting. Not only is it far more effective than other more traditional methods of clearing blocked drains, it is also more energy and water efficient due to the state-of-the-art jet vac machines we use at Lanes Group.
No matter the type of drain or blockage, our teams are dedicated to unblocking your drains and getting your water systems back to functioning order, allowing you to continue life as normal.
The jet vac process
At Lanes, we utilise advanced drain jetting technology and methods to meet the needs of our commercial and domestic customers, supported by the skills and expertise of our engineering teams.
Our advanced jet vac units push out a forceful 96-gallons of water per minute – all of which is continually recycled, avoiding the need to refill the tank. Naturally, these machines are greener and, since the crew spend less time off the job filling up the tank with water, they make our work more time and cost-effective for you too. Thanks to our policy of investing in ever more advanced plant and equipment, Lanes’ 170+-strong jet vac fleet includes a range of models including JHL, Kaiser and Disab.
High-pressure water can be dangerous in the wrong circumstances, but our company-wide focus on health and safety measures means our teams are highly educated in the operation of such machines, and how to ensure that they are safely operated.
Our huge industry experience means that you can be sure of a top quality expert service, whether we’re fulfilling an emergency clean and unblocking of your drains, sewers and interceptors or grease traps; or it’s a regular visit for your pre-planned maintenance contract.
How experienced are we in this area?
Lanes is a member of the Water Jetting Association (WJA), the longest established and most influential body in the sector, and has been for years. That means we operate in accordance with WJA’s stringent guidelines.
We also hold various awards relating directly to drainage and plumbing, such as the Thames Water Health award, and a Gold Award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Occupational Health and Safety in 2021.