General Pipe Cleaners’ Kinetic Water Ram uses compressed air to generate a shock wave to remove drain stoppage with a 2% loss of power, according to the company. A built-in pump and pressure gauge allow for the amount of force used to be manually regulated without using electrical power or carbon dioxide. A toilet attachment can be screwed onto the front of the ram for use as a plunger. The ram also includes tapered rubber cones and expansion plugs to handle 1-1/4- to 4-inch lines.

General Pipe Cleaners.
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