enz Rotating Nozzles
enz ROTATING NOZZLES
We carry a large selection of enz Rotating Nozzles for your sewer cleaning needs.
Rotating Nozzle Options
The radial rotating nozzles enz® are equipped with 4 radial jets of 75° for pipe cleaning and 3 thrust jets to flush away loosened residues. As a result, pipe ducts of all kinds, even with vertical borings etc., will be cleaned. The moving part of the enz® nozzle rotates at a limited speed. These water jets hit the pipe wall directly with great impact, striking every corner.
The semi-radial rotating enz® nozzles with their 4 retroacting cutting-jets at an angle of approx. 45° simultaneously cause the cleaning procedure and the thrust for the forward move of the tool, resulting in low water consumption. With sufficient water capacity, optional thrust jets can facilitate upward cleaning.
enz® nozzles with forward impact angle of approx. 45° on the pipe wall as well as a front jet (on request) and 3 retro-thrust jets cause a cork-screw-like advance through the clogged pipe. While the front nozzle loosens and the semi-radial nozzles disintegrate the residues, the thrust nozzles are driving the nozzle head forwards and simultaneously pushing the waste material backwards.
This allround enz® combination nozzle is excellent for flushing out pipes as well as adjoining lateral pipes at any angle. It requires a very small pump capacity and uses 2 radial jets at a 90° angle to the pipe wall and 2 semi-radial retro-jets at a 45° angle. This combination allows both a forward thrust of the nozzle and simultaneously, flushing away of the waste material.
The enz® KBRV nozzle is equipped with 2 semi-radial jets directed forward in an angle of 45°. As a result, this nozzle must either be equipped with extra thrust jets or be mounted on a lance. The forward jets desintegrate most any residue and flushes the debris ahead of the nozzle.
The enz® Bulldog® rotating nozzle has been designed for operation with recycling water and fresh water. The cleverly built sliding bearing allows the use of every kind of recycled water. An integrated oil-free braking system results in a low wear and tear operation and in controlled numbers of rotation. In doing so, a most efficient and economic pipe cleaning is achieved. The bore of the nozzle insert determines the admissible size of the dirt particles up to a maximum Ø 1mm.
Cleaning sewer lines near home installations brings the risk of pressure equalisation through toilets or stench traps. This comes from negative pressure arising ahead of the nozzle or excess pressure following the nozzle if the installation is not correct or venting is not working properly. It’s a very unpleasant surprise when this effect unintentionally turns a toilet into a shower! For this reason, enz® collaborated with a prestigious technical institute to develop and test the Bulldog® Antiblast. The Bulldog® Antiblast prevents this unpleasant side effect and guarantees cleaning in all directions, right down to the pores.
The enz® manhole nozzles are specifically designed for cleaning shafts and vertical pipes. The forward facing water jets provide circumferential cleaning without stripes. The nozzles are self-centering during operation and do not have protruding parts that can cause the nozzle to become wedged on the access ladder. They clean with a front jet on the floor as well and require little space in the cleaning vehicle. Additional advantages include the manhole nozzles having no water loss from leaks and require practically no maintenance. The arduous cleaning with a hand nozzle or a lance is history with the manhole nozzle. Likewise, conical shafts can be cleaned easily.
Rotopuls Vibration Nozzles
The enz® rotating nozzle is provided with an eccentrically supported rotor, which produces very fast vibrations and pulsating jets. The resulting pulsations become as strong that deposits up to 10cm thickness are disintegrated. Thanks to the application of the rotopuls nozzle, more expensive work with the cutting tools or with the chain flail head can be avoided in many cases. Important: Rotopuls nozzles develop strong mechanical impacts and vibrations. This can possibly cause damage in some sort of pipes (e.g. earthenware pipes, thinwalled plastic pipes or badly-bedded PVC pipes).
Turbopuls Vibration Nozzles
The enz® Turbopuls nozzle is provided with an eccentrically supported rotor, which produces very fast vibrations and pulsating jets. The resulting pulsations become so strong that deposits up to 10cm thickness are disintegrated. Thanks to the application of the Turbopuls nozzle, more expensive work with cutting tools or with the chain flail head can be avoided in many cases. Important: Turbopuls nozzles develop strong hydraulic impacts and vibrations. This can possibly cause damage in some sort of pipes (e.g. earthenware pipes, thin-walled plastic pipes or badly-bedded PVC pipes).
With this enz® tool, large channels will be efficiently cleaned. They can be used for dimensions of Ø 600 – 3000 mm. The skids are easy to adjust and can even be adapted to clean egg-shaped or ovlal pipe profiles. The propeller nozzles have been designed for the use of recycling-water, and of course they can be used for fresh water as well.
The rotating enz® nozzle for cleaning surfaces is remarkable for its high efficiency. It outperformes conventional flat jet or round jet nozzles with a large margin.
The Rotodrill is a universal pipe cleaning nozzle suitable for pipe diameters between 2″ and 10″, depending on the design. Its special feature: Thanks to its cone-shaped rotating front jet, the Rotodrill mills through the clog in one operation. At the same time, most of the available water volume pushes the Rotodrill forward and transports the dirt out of the pipe. Customized repair kits allow for quick, easy maintenance. In the Rotodrill REV (Reverse), the rotating jet is directed backwards. This allows deposits to be flushed efficiently out of the pipe. The pipe wall is cleaned at the same time.
The HydroX has a powerful rotating front jet. However, it manages without thrust nozzles. This tool is designed for efficient hydraulic excavation with low water consumption – for working with a lance outside pipes. During operation, a rotating 18° water cone is created, which acts like a drill in the ground. A plastic sheath prevents any flying sparks. Customized repair kits allow for simple, fast maintenance.