We've crafted something extremely nice JUST for you. We are so excited to get our store finally off the ground, that we actually went kind of extra crazy.
Our Pipemade™ Opening Offer Kit consists of couple of variables:
First variable to choose is whether you'd like to just clean and descale pipes, or whether you'd like to have some extended capabilities for clog removal and otherwise just penetrating stuff inside pipes.
Option 1: Drill Headed Croco Chain
Our first kit consists of Drillheaded Zewer Croco Cleaning Chains. These beasts can easily annihilate roots, soft and hard glogs and execute reinstatement cuts in liners. The first kit includes 1x DN75 (3″), 1x DN100 (4″) and 1x DN150 (6″) chains.
Option 2: Standard Croco Chain
Our second kit consists of Zewer Croco Cleaning Chains without the drillheads. These bad boys are awesome for standard cleaning operations, descaling cast iron and even removing liners and other hard materials from the pipe. The second kit includes 1x DN75 (3″), 1x DN100 (4″) and 1x DN150 (6″) chains.
Flex Shaft: What all it consists and choosing between 10mm (3/8″) and 12mm (1/2″)
The second variable you'll need to decide on is your flex shaft. As these tools are manufactured from 4,5mm (0.17″) chain links, we don't feel comfortable offering them with 8mm (5/16″) flex shaft as the shaft won't be able to hold these beasts long enough. So for this package we got you two options: 10mm (3/8″) or 12mm (1/2″) flex shafts. Both as 10m (32.8ft) long.
Each shaft comes ready-built with our proprietary abrasion resistant shaft casing, finished off with brass friction bearings and a stainless steel made Shaft Rotator that you can run with your standard cordless drill.
More about the legendary Croco Chain
The Croco carbide tip gets it's name from the life-like scaled surface of the tip. It gives the tip some teeth for eating aggressively, yet keeping the tip in a very uniform design giving it the maximum strength. These tips are also manufactured from market leading, extra-tough carbide and are soldered with insane temperatures. The carbide material is the same one that is used in producing the Tiger Chains. The soldering process requires real craftsmanship, as without the skills needed, you'll end up breaking the chain while soldering the tips. Good stuff, right?
With these chains you know you're always getting the best of the best. All tools are manufactured from high quality stainless steel, and they are manufactured in Finland.