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6/18/2015

Waterjet Intensifier Pump Suits Shops with Low Power Capacities

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Jet Edge introduces its iP60-30 60,000-psi (4,100-bar), 30-hp (22-kW) hydraulic waterjet intensifier pump.

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Jet Edge introduces its iP60-30 60,000-psi (4,100-bar), 30-hp (22-kW) hydraulic waterjet intensifier pump. Designed for waterjet shops that need the reliability of a hydraulic intensifier pump but have limited power, the iP60-30 draws only 37 full load amps at 460 volts AC (60 Hz) or 74 full load amps at 230 volts AC (60 Hz). It is capable of producing 0.6 gpm (2.3 L/min.) of ultra-high-pressure water at a continuous operating pressure of 55,000 psi (3,800 bar). The iP60-30 is designed for use in rural shops, R&D labs, schools, and small, budget-conscious waterjet cutting shops, the company says.

Like all Jet Edge intensifier pumps, the iP60-30 features a tie-rod design that eliminates threads on the high-pressure cylinders, end caps and hydraulic cylinders. This reduces the likelihood of cracking and increases component life. Matched metal components prevent galling. The iP60-30 includes a hydraulic accumulator to provide smoother hydraulic pressure, reduce spikes and prolong hydraulic pump life.

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