Jet Edge Introduce Modular Waterjet Pump

Press Release
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Image credit Jet Edge

U.S.-based Jet Edge's modular waterjet pump features three modules with lifting eyes, ideal for operation in tight spaces.

Waterjet manufacturer Jet Edge, Inc. introduces the iP36-50 Modular Waterjet Intensifier Pump. Designed for ease of portability, the 36KSI (2500 bar), 50hp waterjet pump features a modular design that makes it easy to move into tight spaces, such as small passageways, ship engine rooms and ballast tanks.

The Jet Edge iP36-50 Modular Waterjet Intensifier Pump produces up to 1.8 gpm (6.8 L/m) of 36KSI (2500 bar) ultra-high pressure (UHP) water for precision cutting, cleaning and surface preparation applications.

It includes three modules with lifting eyes. The modules can be stacked to save space during operation or storage. The pump’s hydraulic module contains the electric motor, hydraulic pump, hydraulic fluid supply, a plate style heat exchanger, and related components to produce the hydraulic power to operate the intensifier.

The hydraulic module also has an adjustment to set the hydraulic pressure that controls the ultra-high pressure.

The pump’s water module contains the intensifier, attenuator, bleed down valve, water filters, and related components to produce the UHP water.

The electrical module contains the electrical components to operate the electric motor and intensifier.

The modules are linked together by hydraulic hoses and electrical cables which allows for separation of the modules from each other to a distance of 10 feet (3m).


 

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