- 65 ft of 7mm diameter GRP Rod
- Lightweight - sweep chimney from above or below
- Integrated holder can carry up to 2 star style brushes
The GRP (glass fiber reinforced plastic) rod (0.3" Diameter) has a resistant coat and length marking to keep track of how far into a duct run you are. The integrated brush holder can hold up to 2 star type brushes and be capped with an M10 threaded brush to create a custom brush for your application.
This chimney cleaner weighs approximately 5 lbs and can be easily clipped to a belt for operation on a roof. Made in Germany.
*** Due to the variety of uses and needs, Viper cleaning systems do not include a cleaning brush. ***
Brush Buying Tips:
Brushes should be roughly 2" larger than the diameter of the duct being cleaned.
Stainless Steel Crimp Wire: Thin stainless steel wires that have been crimped. Excellent for soft to medium soot in all chimneys.
Stainless Steel Flat Wire: Premium flat wire for harder deposits in masonry/tile chimneys.
Perlon: Black plastic fiber for light condition sweeping in stainless steel chimneys. Heat tolerant to 122°F.
PEK: High Tech Synthetic Fiber for light condition sweeping in stainless steel chimneys, ducts, or pellet stoves. Heat tolerant to 300°F (Higher Temperature tolerance available).
- GRP-Rod Ø 0.3"
- GRP rod with resistant coat and length marking
- Precisely adjustable brake
- Integrated holder for up to 2 stars
- Viper stand (optional)
- Very light weight
- Belt clip for sweeping and carrying
- Protective tube to prevent scraping of the GRP rod
|Specifications|| Wohler Viper M Chimney and Vent Duct Cleaning Tool 7648 |
|GRP Rod Diameter ||0.3"|
|Weight||Approximately 5 lbs|
|Freewheel Brake||Precisely Adjustable|
Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents: This product can expose you to chemicals including Benzene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
- Flue Gas Systems
- Ventilation Systems
- Chimneys up to 10"
- Ducts and Pipework
Wohler Viper How To: Sweeping a chimney from the bottom up