Waterjet cutting is one of the fastest growing methods of profiling a huge array of materials, with machines typically operating at pressures of 60,000psi (4,000 bar). With the new Streamline PRO® 125 pump, operating at pressures up to 90,000psi (6,200 bar) now allows faster cutting than with conventional systems. Water jet machines are without a doubt, the most versatile profiling tools on the market today. With our waterjet cutting services we have the ability to cut virtually any and all materials, with very few exceptions. We can even cut composite materials.
At One Stop Fluid Power we have a proud and on-going record of delivering successful water jet cutting services to the following sectors.
- Aerospace and Defence
- Railway Engineering
- Precision Engineering
- Oil and Gas
- Motor sports
- Stone Masons
- Sign Manufacturers
- Ceramics and marbles
The first industrial use of water jets can be traced back over 100 years when they were originally developed for use in the mining of gravel and clay deposits to blast material from the quarry face...
Principles of Water Jet Cutting
There are two types of water jet cutting processes; pure water cutting, in which the cutting is performed using only an ultra-high pressure jet of clean water, and abrasive cutting...
Advantages of Water Jet Cutting
Water jet machines are without a doubt, the most versatile profiling tools on the market today. One of their key advantages lies in their ability to cut virtually any materials...
One Stop Fluid Power provides a sub-contract profiling service to a wide range of industrial sectors, including precision engineering, specialised OEMs, general fabrication, repair and maintenance contractors...