New Jet Edge Waterjet Cutting Systems Brochure

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Monday, October 14, 2013
Brochure cover: Image courtesy of Jet Edge

Waterjet systems manufacturer Jet Edge, Inc. has recently released a new brochure highlighting its precision water jet cutting products.

The brochure features Jet Edge’s precision waterjet cutting systems and waterjet pumps as well as waterjet parts and accessories.  It also highlights Jet Edge’s ability and willingness to manufacture custom waterjet systems, a unique capability that has made Jet Edge a go-to manufacturer for some of the world’s toughest waterjet challenges. In addition, the brochure provides an overview of waterjet’s numerous applications and benefits.

Jet Edge manufactures a wide range of precision waterjet cutting systems in sizes up to 30’x100’ (9m x 30.5m).  The St. Michael, Minnesota, U.S.A.-based waterjet manufacturer also offers the widest range of waterjet pumps in the industry, including 36,000 PSI (2500 bar), 60,000 PSI (4100 bar) and 90,000 PSI (6200 bar) models, electric and diesel, from 30-280hp (22-209kw), intensifier and direct-drive.  Jet Edge waterjets have been sold worldwide since 1984.

To request a free brochure, e-mail sales@jetedge.com, call 1-800-JET-EDGE (1-800-538-3343) or +1-763-497-8700 or download a PDF at www.jetedge.com.
 

 

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