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Remove Exhausted Abrasive From Waterjet Tanks

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Designed to eliminate downtime associated with cleanout and increase production, Ebbco’s Garnet removal system removes exhausted abrasive garnet that collects in waterjet catch tanks. According to the company, the system is adaptable to virtually any waterjet cutting machine. It is available in eight models for waterjets with tank sizes ranging from 4 square feet to 450 square feet, and flow rates ranging from 70 to 1,600 gpm.




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