Jet Edge High Flow Abrasivejet Cutting Head

Monday, February 14, 2011
Designed with the water jet contractor in mind, Jet Edge’s High Flow Abrasivejet delivers up to 3.5 pounds per minute (5.95 L/min) of abrasive and up to 8.6 gallons per minute (31.15 L/min) of ultra-high pressure water for abrasive water jet cutting applications.
 
The High Flow Abrasivejet is ideal for cutting thick materials such as reinforced concrete or for making separation cuts in steel plates or pipes.  It is capable of operating up to 55,000 psi (3800 bar) and is especially suited for use with lower-pressure, high-flow water jet pumps.  It can be used with any manufacturer’s waterjet system.
 

 

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