These devices are designed to assist sewer cleaning hose through tight corners and around bends.  They disable one of the inlet valves (on a triplex pump), which adds pulsation to the downstream hose and nozzle.  This extra pulsation then allows the operator to move the hose further downstream.  They can be installed on nearly all types of pumps including P200, P300, P400, MP Series, LP Series and GP Series pumps.

08199
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22733
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22734
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22734SB
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with electronically via a solenoid valve.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22735
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22736
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22737
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22737S
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with electronically via a solenoid valve.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22737S(B)
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with electronically via a solenoid valve.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22738
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22739
These devices are designed to assist sewer cleaning hose through tight corners and around bends. They disable one of the inlet valves (on a triplex pump), which adds pulsation to the downstream hose and nozzle. This extra pulsation then allows the operator to move the hose further downstream. They can be installed on nearly all types of pumps including P200, P300, P400, MP Series, LP Series and GP Series pumps. For individual specifications see below.
22740
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22741
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22742
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22742SB
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with electronically via a solenoid valve.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22743
This valve is designed to reduce the flow though one inlet port of the pump.  The result of this reduction in flow is an increase in pulsation on the discharge side of the system.  The valve is operated with manually via a hand wheel.  This valve is typically used in the sewer cleaning industry and assists the operator in their efforts to move the hose downstream and around sharp corners in the plumbing.
22744
These devices are designed to assist sewer cleaning hose through tight corners and around bends. They disable one of the inlet valves (on a triplex pump), which adds pulsation to the downstream hose and nozzle. This extra pulsation then allows the operator to move the hose further downstream. They can be installed on nearly all types of pumps including P200, P300, P400, MP Series, LP Series and GP Series pumps. For individual specifications see below.  
22745
These devices are designed to assist sewer cleaning hose through tight corners and around bends. They disable one of the inlet valves (on a triplex pump), which adds pulsation to the downstream hose and nozzle. This extra pulsation then allows the operator to move the hose further downstream. They can be installed on nearly all types of pumps including P200, P300, P400, MP Series, LP Series and GP Series pumps. For individual specifications see below.  
ACCESSORIES
Service & Repair

Giant provides service on each pump and accessory that we sell. Many basic repair procedures are covered in the Giant repair manual. For all other questions on service or repair needs please contact your local Giant distributor.