Owners, managers, operators, and service personnel at manufactured home communities (a.k.a., “mobile home parks”), know the often-ongoing headaches caused by clogged drain lines.
Besides the hassles, there are the time delays, plus those ongoing expenses of having outside contractors come in to service those needs.
There are resident satisfaction issues too, when service delays cause manufactured home owner inconvenience.
With thousands of MHC properties built decades ago, it’s a widespread and growing need.
Springfield, Ohio based Electric Eel tells MHProNews in a release that they have developed a cost-effective solution for such problems.
It’s their Model D-5 Drain, Sewer Cleaning Machine, designed for Manufactured Home Communities (MHCs, a.k.a. Mobile Home Parks), as well as for other forms of Multi-Family properties.
The company says that their “Model D-5 combines professional quality and affordability in a continuous cable drum machine for cleaning 3” – 10” diameter lines up to 100 ft.”
“The high-density polyethylene drum and belt guard will not rust or dent and holds up to 100 ft. of 3/4” diameter Tri-Max cable, the toughest cable in the industry which consists of certified, galvanized aircraft wire inner core, a protective plastic sheath to guard against rust and corrosion, and a tough, long-lasting outer layer of stress-relieved music-type wire for longer life,” said Electric Eel Mfg.
The firm has been in business since 1939, and is their products are made in the U.S.A.
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Submitted by Soheyla Kovach to the Daily Business News for MHProNews.com