Clearing Debris with Sanding Panels | Tech Tip Tuesday

Clearing Debris with Sanding Panels | Tech Tip Tuesday


Tech Tip Tuesday: Using the Renzorato Sanding Hub for Efficient Pipe Cleaning

Hey, everyone! Welcome back to another edition of Tech Tip Tuesday. Today, I want to share a game-changing tip I've been using on the job lately. Instead of using a jetter to remove scale and debris from pipes after cleaning, I've found that the Renzorato sanding hub can be an incredibly effective alternative.

The Problem with Jetters

After you've finished cleaning a line, there's often a lot of scale left behind. Jetting it out is a common method. High GPM jetters do a great job, but not every site has one readily available, and setting them up can be a hassle.

The Renzorato Sanding Hub Solution

Here's where the Renzorato sanding hub comes in. Instead of relying on a jetter, I use a simple garden hose at the access point—whether it's a vent or another entry point. I then run the Renzorato sanding hub back and forth in 1 to 2-foot sections along the line. This method effectively removes the debris and scale, leaving the pipe super clean.

Why It Works

  • Efficiency: The sanding hub quickly and efficiently removes debris without the need for high water flow or specialized equipment.
  • Ease of Use: It's easy to use with just a garden hose, making it accessible for most jobs.
  • Versatility: The Renzorato sanding hub can be used in various scenarios, providing a versatile tool for your cleaning arsenal.


Next time you're faced with a pipe cleaning job, consider using the Renzorato sanding hub and a hose to clear out your debris from cleaning the line. It's a simple yet effective tool that can save you time and effort. Give it a try and see the difference it can make to your workflow.

Stay tuned for more tips and tricks next Tuesday!

Video Transcript: 

Hey, guys. How's it going? Time for Tech Tip Tuesday. Hey, lately on jobs, I've been using a Renzorato sanding hub Instead of a jetter to remove scale and debris out of the line after you're done cleaning when you're prepping for the liner. So, typically when you're done cleaning, there's a lot of scale left in there. You can jet it out, but a lot of times it takes a while just to get - it's really heavy.

You got to get a lot of water flow. High GPM jetters do real well, but if you don't have one of those or was not one on site or whatever, that can take a long time. So, what I've been doing is just garden hose either in an event or, you know, wherever my access point is as much water as I can get and then just run the Renzorato sanding hub in there, and you just move it back and forth at about a 1 or 2ft section, and just kind of jam it back and forth all the way down the line and back.

And it's typically super clean after that. but yeah, nice little trick. keeps you from having to move and new machines and get a jetter and all that kind of stuff. So, yeah! Renzorato sanding hubs - lots of uses.

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