The JETLINE™ high pressure pump combines all the advantages of KMT Waterjet Systems for waterjet cutting applications. For decades, KMT high-pressure technology has set the standard in this field, offering unrivalled efficiency, high continuous load capability and availability. Developed specifically to meet the requirements of the Asian market, the JETLINE™ high pressure pump meets all expectations regarding cost-efficient waterjet cutting.
Pure water and abrasive cutting
Each cutting method has its own advantages and disadvantages. From the separation of relatively soft materials by means of pure water jets to abrasive cutting of extremely hard or brittle materials, the JETLINE™ high pressure pump offers all you need to efficiently process virtually any substance.
Trusted SSEC pressure intensifier conceptSeveral thousand intensifiers of the Soft Seal End Cap (SSEC) type are currently in use all over the world, many of them in multiple shift operations. The highly reliable SSEC intensifier unit is one of the key features of the JETLINE™ high pressure pump and is often referred to as "the heart of the pump".
Built-in safety thanks to intelligent control systemTo ensure highest safety and reliability, the JETLINE™ is equipped with a Siemens PLC system. Through its four-line display, it provides the machine operator with valuable information regarding the operating status of the pump. Information that might be relevant for proper servicing is thus easily available, and the display acts as an indispensible tool for troubleshooting
Suitable for stand-alone operation or integration into overall systemDepending on the customer's requirements, the pump can be run as a stand-alone unit or integrated into the control system of the overall plant. The messages of the four-line display can be transferred to the control desk display of the plant control system.
Tried and tested concept helps reduce operating costAs the intensifier contains only a small number of wear parts, operating costs are kept low in comparison with conventional pumps. Also contributing to the outstanding economy of the pump are the long service life of the components subject to wear. Costly downtimes are thus virtually eliminated, which is of particular importance for multiple shift operations.