Whether for infrastructure decommissioning or cutting materials for production, cutting using high pressure water is a popular process. With the operator removed from the work area and the system controlled remotely, the safety of personnel is a large factor in the popularity of this method.
The abrasive nozzle head is mounted on a poisoning tool that can accurately control the cutting speed. Via Venturi an abrasive garnet is added to the jet of water. This is controlled via a metering devise to ensure a clean and concise cut.
Improvements over the years have given high pressure waterjetting the precision and repeatability that is required for production cutting. In many cases, a cold cut is either preferable as it does not introduce heat into the material, or because hot work is not allowed on site.
- Lower energy costs.
- No hot sparks.
- Precision cuts.
- Static and mobile units.
- Remote control.
- Full spares and service support.
- Fresh and frozen products.
- Car parts.
- Other materials from foam to titanium.