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Our Pipe Pullers for Sale

Sewer and Drain Cleanin in Greater Seattle Area
Call 510-865-8742 Pipe Bursting Equipment Manufacturer

At TRIC Tools, we've proven ourselves to be an industry-leading manufacturer of pipe pulling equipment. Our history goes back to 1996, when underground construction foreman Ward Carter made the first prototype for a lateral pipe-bursting machine. Initially getting approval for our equipment by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials in 1999, we've since grown our product line substantially.

The X30

The X30 is our next-strongest trenchless pipe puller. Although its hydraulic flow rate maxes out at 8 gallons per minute, it can pull up to 29.5 tons at 6,000 pounds per square inch.

We recommend using the X30 for removing pipes as wide as 6 inches in diameter. The X30 has a 10-inch pulley base and a 24-inch resistance plate that weigh 80 and 50 pounds, respectively.

The M50

We engineered the M50 to be a compact bursting system that doesn't compromise on power. The M50 is perfect for tightly confined spaces that other pipe-bursting equipment won't fit into.

Pulling 48 tons at 5,000 psi, the M50 can be powered with a hydraulic pump or backhoe. Being compact enough to squeeze inside manhole covers, we view the M50 as being perfect for municipal use.

The M100

Of all our pipe pullers for sale, this is our highest-powered model. Ideal for 8-inch to 12-inch sewers, the M100 pulls 98 tons at 5,000 pounds per square inch. We recommend using backhoes or our portable hydraulic pumps for powering the M100.

For more information about our patented line of pipe pulling equipment, contact TRIC Tools at your earliest convenience.

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