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Milwaukee 2572B-21 M12 AIRSNAKE Drain Cleaning Air Gun Kit

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The M12 AIRSNAKE is the industry’s only drain cleaning machine designed to clear through drain covers and traps with powered air. The M12 AIRSNAKE allows users to clear clogged drains while leaving fixtures and drain covers intact. Designed for 1 in. - 4 in. drain lines, the M12 AIRSNAKE has the power to clear up to 35 feet, past vent stacks and tees while the variable pressure dial allows for control on delicate pipe systems. Powered air flushes water out pipes, completely removing grease and sludge from pipe walls. With the ability to work over sinks and eliminate retrieval mess, Drain Professionals, Plumbers, and Facility Maintenance will be able to work faster when clearing clogs. Powered by REDLITHIUM Battery Pack which delivers more work per charge and more work over pack life than the competitors. REDLINK Intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection against abusive situations.
Features:
  • Power to Clear Clogs Past Vent Stacks
  • Up to 50 PSI for Tough Clogs Down the Line
  • Variable Pressure Control to Select the Right PSI for Compression fittings and Older Drain Lines
  • Optimized Attachments for Sinks, Toilets, Floor Drains
  • Over 25 pressure cycles on a single charge
  • Interchangeable attachments optimized for seals on 1”-4 drains, permanent drain stoppers, and toilets
  • 15 degree offset connector for drain access under fixed faucets
  • Part of the M12 System of over 90 tools
Includes:
  • M12 AIRSNAKE Cordless Li-Ion Drain Cleaning Air Gun - 2572-20
  • (1) M12 REDLITHIUM CP2.0 Battery - 48-11-2420
  • M12 Lithium-Ion Battery Charger - 48-59-2401
  • 1 in. - 2 in. Drain Plug
  • 2 in. - 3 in. Drain Plug
  • 3 in. - 4 in. Drain Plug
  • Drain Shroud Attachment
  • Toilet Attachment
  • (3) Straight Connectors
  • (1) Offset Connector
  • 10 in. Extension - 48-53-2570
  • Carrying Case

Specifications

Series: M12
Cordless: Yes
Length: 20.8 in.
Battery System: M12
Battery Warranty: 2 Year Limited Warranty
Battery in Kit: (1) M12 REDLITHIUM CP2.0
Clearing Distance: 35 ft.
Drain Diameter: 1 in. - 4 in.
PSI: 0 - 50
Pressure Control: Adjustable Dial
Tool Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty
Voltage: 12V
Weight (lbs): 7.1

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Does a great job
I am a professional Plumber and have wanted to try this out but didn't really need it yet. Well, today the old galvanized laundry & kitchen drain in my own house stopped up. The lines are inaccessible in an exterior wall with cabinets and in a crawl that has no easy access. My snake can't make it down the stand pipe and through the old barrel trap on the laundry the corner kitchen cabinet is small and a pain to work under so I decided to run down to Ferguson Supply and get myself the AirSnake and try it out. This thing cleared the line with 3 blasts. The drains run better now than they have in the 10 years I've lived here. I shot through the standpipe first which moved the plug past the kitchen drain connection so I put a test plug in the standpipe held a plunger one one side of the double bowl sink and shot the AirSnake down the other and it cleard the rest of the stoppage no problem.
This thing will be my first tool used on stoppages from now on.
December 1, 2018
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surprising power
Just used this for the first time on a mop sink with an issue that wouldn't allow a cable through. Popped it twice with the Airsnake and it was draining.
March 14, 2018
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