Water jetting or Ultra high Pressure Water Jetting uses high pressure water to remove coatings and build-up on a range of different materials. Without the use of water jetting it can be difficult to deep clean confined spaces, it also enables our team to work with hazardous materials, as our team do not need to come into contact with the material itself.
When carrying out UHP water jetting, it’s essential the operator of the jet is highly trained and experienced. Not only does this ensure that a thorough job is done, but it also ensures the entire job is safe from beginning to end. Those who have not gained the correct level of experience and training are unlikely to be able to offer the precise and safe service needed. Luckily, at Mantank we offer professional water jetting & dewatering services services.
Professional Water Jetting Services
The jetting techniques we utilise:
-High pressure and medium volume (HP)
-Ultra-high pressure and low volume (UHP)
We provide cost-effective options for the deep cleaning of a high range of surfaces and vessel types. The combination of these two techniques allows us to make sure that there is as little impact as possible on the environment and the surrounding areas. After all, the last thing you want from water jetting is unnecessary damages.
At Mantank, we have a great deal of experience in water jetting and cold cutting; this allows us to offer an unmatched service. Thanks to our modern equipment and skilled team, all of your water jetting needs can be handled with ease.
Some examples of water jetting services that we offer include:
-Rigid tube lancing system
-Tube bundle cleaning
-Tube bundle cleaning using rigid tube lancing systems
-Cold cutting tanks and pipe work
-Internal cleaning of pipes
-Robotic tank cleaning using rotary spinning heads
-Surface preparation for painting or coating
-Hydrodemolition (concrete cutting)
Cold cutting services
We also offer cold cutting, which is an extension of our water jetting services. A similar technique to water jetting is used to cut steel, concrete and other composite materials in a precise manner. This can be done safely and without the worry of sparks and heat.
As water jetting doesn’t produce any sparks or heat it is an ideal tool to cut tanks, bulkheads, pipe work and curved surfaces. Water is the tool that is being used to cut the material and therefore for many hazardous environments it is the most suitable option.
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