Sewer Cleaning with Jetting Equipment Video Available
April 18, 2012After a year of development, hundreds of hours of videotaping, and months of editing, NASSCO has introduced the “Introduction to Sewer Cleaning with Jetting Equipment” video.
The video was developed to further NASSCO’s mission to set industry standards for the assessment and rehabilitation of underground pipelines, while assuring the continued acceptance and growth of trenchless technologies. NASSCO recognizes that blockages, root intrusion and other issues can cause major problems for water, wastewater and storm water pipes. The process of cleaning the pipes can improve efficiencies including better system hydraulics and capacity reclamation. The concern, however, is that the process can sometimes be complicated and, without proper training and understanding, extensive time and resources devoted to cleaning sewer lines can be wasted.
This 55-minute educational video was developed to address some of these concerns. Designed to accompany NASSCO’s “Jetter Code of Practice,” the video is also extremely useful for viewing on its own. “Introduction to Sewer Cleaning Using Jetter Equipment” provides fundamental information about the safe and efficient use of sewer cleaning equipment. It can serve as a basic overview of sewer jetting for beginners, and as a reminder of proper and effective practices for the more experienced workers. Operators can choose to view the video in one sitting, or review each section individually.
The production of this video was made possible by the support of the following NASSCO member sponsors who not only funded the production, but also contributed significant time and resources to the development and filming of this video: Platinum sponsors: Jack Doheny Supplies, Vac-Con, Vactor Mfg. Gold Sponsors: NozzTeq; Silver Sponsors: Applied Felts, Brenford Environmental Systems, Compliance EnviroSystems, CIPP Corp., Doetsch Environmental Services, Duke’s Root Control, Insituform, LMK, Logiball, Mar-Tech Underground Services, Pro-Pipe, RapidView, Sewer Equipment Co. and Visu-Sewer.
The video is available on DVD for $50 (NASSCO members) and $400 (Non-Members). A combined purchase of the video along with NASSCO’s “Jetter Code of Practice” is also available for $75 (NASSCO members) and $450 (Non-Members). For more information visit, www.nassco.org