A major annoyance in the plumbing trade is that every pipe, fitting, and valve needing repair, has to
be repaired in a completely water-free environment. If there is water in the pipe while you are trying to solder
off an old, faulty valve, the pipe will never get hot enough to melt the solder, allowing the plumber to remove
and replace the valve. Before the Jet Swet™ was invented, a valve repair would normally consist of the plumber
shutting off the water at the street, opening the faulty valve or another valve down the system and waiting one or
two hours, maybe even days for the water to completely drain from the system. This later allows the plumber to
complete the repair in a water free environment.
The Jet Swet™ is used by the plumber upon arrival to instantly be in control of any water situation.
The Jet Swet™ is used by first turning off the active water pressure at the street, opening the faulty valve (if it won't open,
most plumbers just cut the valve off), inserting the Jet Swet™ through the draining water stream, through the valve or virgin
pipe, compressing the Jet Swet™ gasket and instantly shutting off the water (up to 65 Lbs.!). Now the plumber can immediately
repair the pipe or valve, right over the Jet Swet™ tool!
Once the Jet Swet™ is stopping the water, you can solder on a new FULL–PORT or gate valve, right over
the Jet Swet™ . If your repair requires you to solder on a restrictive valve, from which the Jet Swet™ cannot be removed,
instead of soldering on a regulatory valve, you
solder a male nipple onto the pipe
over the Jet Swet™ TM, remove the Jet Swet™
from the pipe and then just thread on any "threaded" regulatory valve you want. Close the valve and you are done!
The Plumber looks professional, because Mrs. Jones is not annoyed for paying $60 an hour, for the plumber
to sit and watch water drain. The Plumber will be called back for future repairs because of his speed and professionalism.
The Plumber can move on to his next job quickly
while still being paid for the first job, thus making more per hour and paying for his Jet Swet™ tools in only a few jobs.
Jet Swet™ tools are made of the highest quality materials possible: High tinsel strength steel,
Aircraft aluminum, and Gaskets of pure silicon!
The Jet Swet™ is essential for Building Maintenance Crews, because the management cannot afford to have
the water shut off for very long. In many cases, every minute the water is shut off, the management is loosing money or
public appeal (like in hospitals, hotels, casinos, convention centers, etc.). The Jet Swet™ helps repair costly problems
in minutes, which normally would take hours.
Most times a maintenance crew must go through their management to get funding for new tools. When
it is explained to the management that this tool allows the repair to be done by only shutting off the
water for minutes instead of hours, funding is almost always approved.
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