Advantages of Waterjet Cutting at 6,200 bar
Compared to conventional waterjet cutting at 4,100 bar, the increased maximum pressure range features the following benefits:
■ Higher cutting speeds
■ Improved cutting edge quality
■ Lower abrasive consumption
■ Higher productivity
■ Optimized machine utilization
■ Improved conformality
■ Reduced delamination
Max water discharge : 5.4L/min Max available orifice diameter : 0.406mm Max pressure : 90,000 psi (6200 bar) Main motor power : 93KW(125HP) Max. oil pressure : 20Mpa Length/width/height : 2230/1500/1552 Weight : 3107kg
Specification HP Pump
High Pressure Water System
Inlet Flow Rate : 34.8 lpm Minimum Inlet Cutting Water Pressure : 2.4 bar Plunger Diameter : 22.2mm Max. Nominal Strokes per Minute (at 90,000 psi, 6,200 bar) : 45 Per Intensifier Accumulator Volume : 1.6lt
Intensifier pumps are called intensifiers because they use the concept of pressure intensification or amplification to generate the desired water pressure. If you apply pressure to one side of a cylinder and the other side of the cylinder is the same surface area, the pressure on the other side will be the same. If the surface area of the smaller side is half, then the pressure on that side will be doubled. Generally with intensifier pumps there is a 20 times difference between the large surface area (where the oil pressure is applied) and the small surface area (where the water pressure is generated).
Compared to other cutting methods, waterjet cutting is recognized as a very cost effective technology for most application areas. If you want to know more about how waterjet cutting can add value to your business, please contact us for more information.
Waterjet cutting is seen as a "green" technology as it produces no hazardous waste at the same time as the cost for waste disposal is reduced to a minimum.
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