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January 22, 2010
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The new Electric Eel Jet EJ1500 Electric and EJ3000 Gas Jetters are professionally engineered to clean 1 1/2-inch to 8-inch drain lines with power and portability for a fast blast through clogs.

  • Eel Jet EJ1500 Electric Jetter. Cleans 1 1/2-inch to 4-inch diameter drain lines. Features include: 1,500 psi/1.7 gpm; 1.5 horsepower, 15 amp motor; duplex pump w/pulsation; reel capacity is 150 feet of 1/4-inch hose; pump/motor assembly removes in seconds for added portability; thermal relief valve and inlet shut-off valve; removable handle/reel on cart assembly.


  • Eel Jet EJ3000 Gas Jetter. Cleans 2-inch to 8-inch diameter lines up to 300 feet. Features include: 3,000 psi/4.7 gpm; 13 horsepower overhead valve engine for smooth, quiet running and dependable operation; electric start available; 2-to-1 gear-reduced triplex pump with pulsation for longer life; 300-foot capacity hose reel; throttle back control automatically adjusts engine speed; low-tone muffler for quiet operation.


  • Electric Eel Mfg., based in Springfield, Ohio, since 1939, produces a full line of drain and sewer cleaning machines, including sectional units, drum machines, jetters and pipeline inspection systems.

    ELECTRIC EEL MFG. CO. INC.
    Toll Free: 800/833-1212
    Fax: 937/323-3767
    E-mail: info@electriceel.com
    Web site: www.electriceel.com

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