Category: Waterjet Pump
Water Supply: The pump is connected to a water supply, typically a clean water source or a water storage tank.
Intensification: The pump contains a hydraulic system with pistons or plungers. Initially, the water enters a low-pressure chamber and fills it.
Intensifying Stroke: The hydraulic system forces the pistons or plungers to move, reducing the volume of the low-pressure chamber. This action increases the water pressure significantly.
Intensified Pressure: As the hydraulic system continues to compress the water, the pressure rises, reaching the desired level for cutting applications.
Waterjet Creation: The high-pressure water exits the pump through a small orifice, usually a jewel, ruby or diamond, which creates a focused waterjet. This waterjet can pierce through various materials, including metals, stone, glass, composites, and more.
Cutting Head: The high-pressure waterjet is directed through a cutting head, which may also include an abrasive material (abrasive waterjet cutting). The combination of high-pressure water and abrasive particles enables precise and efficient material cutting.
Cutting Process: The cutting head is moved along the desired cutting path, guided by CNC (Computer Numerical Control) technology. The high-pressure waterjet or abrasive waterjet effectively erodes and cuts through the material, creating the desired shapes and contours.
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