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10/7/2014

Waterjet Systems Available in Kit Form

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WardJet offers its WardKit series of waterjets, a kit form of its WardJet Emerald series waterjets that offers as much as 40 percent cost savings.

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WardJet offers its WardKit series of waterjets, a kit form of its WardJet Emerald series waterjets that offers as much as 40 percent cost savings. According to the company, the WardKit waterjets are virtually identical to the Emerald waterjets, with the same tank design, cutting head and control software. The kits include the waterjet tank, cutting head, grates, intensifier pump and HMI. Upgrades and options on the pump horsepower, controller style and abrasive delivery system are also available. The waterjets are available in sizes including 2 × 2, 5 × 5 and 5 × 10 ft.

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