Cleaning

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WCK Pigs come equipped with tempered steel wire brushes and urethane cups. The dual diameter WCK Pigs for cleaning multiple sizes of pipe are equipped with steel wire brushes and discs. An outlet port at the front end of the WCK Pigs provides fluid bypass to prevent piling of loosened material.

VANTAGE® V Cleaning Pigs are multi-use pigs equipped with either scraper discs/cups, cups, brushes or blade cleaning elements. The VANTAGE® V is offered in eight different cleaning configurations. All cups and discs are replaceable and can be interchanged or reconfigured.

The Knapp Hand-Launch Pig is an easy to use, one size fits all pipe of its' diameter - a 6" Hand-Launch Pig can be inserted, by hand, into all 6" pipe, from Class 50 Ductile Iron Pipe to 6" Schedule 160 Steel Pipe.

The Wire Brush Foam Pig is a good cleaning pig for removing normal amounts of scale and deposits. The wire brushes rub against the pipe wall loosening weld slag, rust, and other unwanted agents.

The Total Wire Brush pig is used for extreme cleaning. Being completely covered with wire brushes ensures maximum scraping contact with the pipe wall. It has proven to be an effective pig for removing heavy scale and other deposits.

The Power Brush Foam pig is used when aggressive cleaning is needed. Its heavy density foam is completely covered with tough wire brushes enabling it to remove large amounts of paraffin wax as well as hardened scale deposits.

Removes Tough Deposits, Won’t Damage the Pipe Wall

The Black Belt is outfitted with urethane blades molded into the foam for maximum scraping power. The tough urethane blades are great for scale removal and paraffin removal.

Safe For Plastic Piping: Superior scraping in a pig that won’t harm the pipe. R Sturdy straps of Ultra-Thane® topped with rows of hard, raised urethane scrapers combine to produce the ultimate in a safe, effective Polly Pig for removal of flow-choking deposits in pipelines.

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This pig offers a "sandpaper" effect on the pipe wall and is great for loosening dirt and scale build-up often found in water lines.

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