For metals like titanium, steel, brass, or aluminum, waterjet is the most versatile cutting method available.
Waterjet machines using the KMT Waterjet pumps are perfect for creating corporate logos in decorative designs on walls or inlaid into floors, countertop parts, faucet and sinkholes.
For decades, water jets have been used as a manufacturing process to cut variety types of food cutting.
Because composites are not homogenous materials and are reinforced for greater strength, cutting composites requires a different approach than ceramic cutting or metal cutting.
Abrasive waterjet cutting technology is a great method for cutting glass because it allows for contours and shapes that cannot be achieved with other cutting machines at a reasonable cost.
Water jet cutting technology has been used for several decades to perform paper cutting.
Unlike abrasive waterjet cutting for stone &
metal, plastics & acrylics only require pure water to cut.
Cold waterjet cutting has the flexibility to cut
unlimited materials: rubber, carpet, wood & much more!
The PRO 90,000 psi/6.200 bar is available in two
horsepowers for a wide range of cutting applications: 60 HP and 125 HP,
the World’s Fastest Waterjet!
The 60,000 psi/4.100 bar SL-VI Series is a
configurable designed water jet pump that can be custom built based on a
variety of options to meet your cutting solution requirements.
Time tested & proven performance of the 60,000 psi/4.100 bar NEO 50 pump components are
the foundation for its Lowest Cost of Ownership.
The TRILINE™ 55,000 psi/3,800 bar Direct Drive pump
has an excellent cost of ownership value and can be used as a stand-alone unit
for everyday cutting needs.
The IDE® (Integrated Diamond
Eductor) One-piece abrasive head is a breakthrough in simplicity & peak
The self-aligning components of the AUTOLINE® abrasive
head provide true, perfect alignment for precision cutting.
water cutting nozzles will substantially increase cutting speeds during long
Abrasive storage hoppers store & protect garnet or
grit in cutting metal, stone, tile or marble, and cutting composites to save
Abrasive metering systems regulate the flow of garnet
or grit in cutting to save costs and perform clean & precise cuts.