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UltraJet Waterjets Available For Diverse Applications

UltraJet waterjets are now available in North America for military, commercial and pleasure boat applications. UltraJet offers military quality waterjets in 10 different pod and in-line models from 250 - 450 mm. UltraJets are reportedly capable of absorbing from 150 to more than 1,350 hp, and are suitable for gas, diesel, electric or hydraulic input power. Each UltraJet is built application- specific to assure that the optimum relationship between hull design, engine hp and vessel operating requirements is achieved. Features include: triple hard anodizing; multiple two-part epoxy coating: bearings designed to Maximum Time Before Failure (MTBF) of more than 5,000 hours; easily accessible internal and external zinc anodic protection; complete electrical isolation of dissimilar metals; stainless steel impellers and components; sleeved main shaft and the use of British Navy-approved sand and particulate rejective bearing materials.

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