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A Look at the Components and Functions of Hydroblasting Machines.

Updated: Aug 10, 2022

PressureJet Systems Pvt. Ltd. is trusted to clean and extend the life of your equipment, it offers serious power and years of experience. We provide a comprehensive range of Industrial Water-Blasting machines to meet even the most difficult task requirements. We provide hydro cleaning solutions ranging in pressure from 500 Bar to 1400 Bar (10,000 PSI to 20,000 PSI) for a variety of industries and applications. When it comes to hydroblasting, Pressure Jet understands that safety is of the utmost importance.

Ship Hull Cleaning, Paint & Rust Removal, Surface Cleaning, Surface Preparation, Concrete Demolition (Hydro Demolition), Kiln Cleaning in Cement Plants, Tank Cleaning with Special Nozzles, and many other applications use hydroblasting. Our cleaning techniques at Pressure Jet include hydroblasting to blast away any material residues. Finally, your equipment's productivity will be restored. Our cutting-edge technology provides the best grade hydroblasting procedures.

Because of the high pressure and flow velocity, hydro blasting is efficient and effective.

Each component of a Hydroblasting machine is critical to its proper operation. It includes the following:

  • Pressure Regulating Valve: To standardize and manage the pressure, Pressure Reducing Valves (PRV) are installed in the supply network because they have been proved to be more effective and provide a faster return on investment for the real loss control techniques. It is well recognised that the control pressure is important in preventing leakage.

  • Unloader valve: A compressor unloader valve is a tiny component that typically measures 4-5 inches in length and width. It is responsible for releasing trapped air inside the tank, allowing the motor to restart. One of the most common air compressor problems is a faulty unloader valve.

  • safety suit: It is very important as safety from any potential hazard is minimized with a proper Safety suit. We at PressureJet value your safety and our safety suits are made to keep you safe at all times.

  • Rigid lances: They help in providing a safe distance between the operator and the spray surface. The pressure from the nozzle is very high and a specific distance is needed to be maintained in order to operate the machine effectively.

  • Nozzles(Spitfire and barracuda): The Spitfire rotating nozzle is intended for cleaning difficult and uneven surfaces that require manual shotgun cleaning. The extra-lightweight Spitfire requires minimum maintenance, which reduces downtime and boosts productivity. Barracuda self-rotary nozzles have long been the industry standard for speed- controlled rotary shotgunning. Pressure Jet’s lightweight tools are adaptable to any high pressure pump and are ideal for rough and irregular surfaces where an operator may more efficiently manipulate the cleaning head with a hand-held tool. Barracuda tools are also employed on automated pad blaster excavators and other hands-free applications due to their versatility and ease of maintenance.

  • Dump Gun: The pump motor in most pressure cleaning equipment is turned on and off at the machine. The operator, on the other hand, could be cleaning up to 50 feet away. When he wishes to stop spraying water, he needs a mechanism to do it without having to walk back to the machine and turn off the motor or engine. That type of control is essentially at the operator's fingertips with the dump gun and unloader.

  • High pressure Hose pipe: Hoses are used to transport fluids across air or fluid environments and are often used in conjunction with clamps, spigots, flanges, and nozzles to control fluid flow. To know more about the components and see the applications of Hydroblasting, Call us at +91 937-502-2359.


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