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Ultra high pressure water jetting removal paint

Date:2024-2-2 Author:admin

Water jetting removal paint cleaning with pressure up to 3,000 bar for old paint or ship hull and oil tank cleaning with robot jet or control panel with the hydro jet cleaning ; sometimes we also called water blasting paint .

Treatment with pure water at high pressure enables performance in a short time and lets surfaces look like new. The substrate is optimally prepared at the same time. Completely without chemicals and blasting material. Surface cleaning and renovation in one step and with minimum disposal costs.

Conventional sand blasting methods for cleaning ship hulls are very contaminant laden and environmentally harmful. For environmental reasons and due to the high disposal costs of contaminated blasting material, sand blasting is being increasing replaced worldwide by ultrahigh pressure water jetting .

High pressure water jetting removal paint produces only very low impact forces. Layers are removed selectively, without attacking the base material. Damage to structures is also eliminated, just as are blasting material residues. In contrast to this, sandblasting leaves residues on the treated surface that are not visible to the naked eye, which gives rise to faulty coating.

Neither gases nor slags are caused and no chemical or abrasive additives are used in the application, which means that the quantity of material to be disposed of is reduced to a minimum. The result is convincing in all cases: high cleaning quality, high effectiveness even in difficult to reach areas, high cleaning quality and a high degree of protection for user and environment.

Fast and effective removal of algae and shells with high pressure water jetting

High pressure water Jetting technologies can do much more than just cleaning ships for paint removal .

High pressure jetting can do for ships applies to buoys, cans and beacons, in docks, on barrages and ship lifts. As with ships, the fast and effective removal of algae, barnacles and other problematical deposits is a core task in the value retention and maintenance of navigation aids and construction plants.

The mobile, compact and flexible-use high pressure blasting equipment is available for the highly varied application areas. These systems achieve high cleaning and surface performances.

Paint is used in all kinds of settings, providing a decorative and protective covering for vehicles, walls, floors and machinery. But what happens when you need to remove paint from a particular surface? This can be a very difficult job, particularly when you want to limit any damage which could be caused to the surrounding area.

High Pressure water jetting for paint removal

Paint remover, varnish remover, harsh solvents and chemicals are not always appropriate as they can be too corrosive on certain surfaces, not to mention the environmental and health hazards they pose. Using water jetting equipment can avoid these risks altogether. Many of our projects can be completed without using chemicals; we are able to use hot water to remove the paint from walls, vehicles, floors etc.

Efficient paint removal of ship hulls with high pressure water blasting

Water jetting removal paint is fast and effective removal of algae and shells, high pressure water jetting technologies can do much more than just clean ships. As well as cleaning, paint removal is also required to enable the subsequent application of a new corrosion projection. Ship renovations is vital as ships need to be cleaned for re-painting and also for inspections. This is a vast operation due to the sheer size of the ships hull, care must be taken not to damage the structure of the ship. Using high pressure water blasting technologies and specific nozzles, paint, rust, and corrosion can be removed with ease – leaving behind a clean surface for inspection for further application.

Treatment with water at high pressure enables high area performance in a short time and lets surfaces look like new. The substrate is optimally prepared at the same time. Surface cleaning and renovation in one step and with minimum disposal costs.

Watex water tools for water blasting applications are the optimum solution for paint removal of ship hulls.

  • Surface preparation prior to coating application.
  • Removal of deteriorated protective coating systems.
  • Spot repair on partially deteriorated coating systems.
  • Selective paint stripping.
  • Cleaning and descaling of weld seams.
  • Emission free surface preparation on ship hulls and superstructures.
  • Large scale surface preparation with mechanically guided tools.
  • Cutting of steel.
  • Cutting of internal pipe systems.

Water jetting paint removal features

It significantly reduces the amount of deposit. Compared to grit blasting, up to 95% percent less solid waste material needs to be considered. Hence customers save large amounts in disposal costs.

It considerably reduces the time required for cleanup because no grit needs to be collected. And removed at the end of the job. Thus, customers save hundreds of hours of time and labor.

It is dust free, allowing different trades, to work side by side. Moreover, dust sensitive areas can be maintained while the water jetting is carried out. Therefore, customers save time.

Water jetting removal paint generates very low impact forces on surfaces ,working almost vibration free. No substrate material will be removed. Hence a customer avoids damage on the internal structures.

Water jet paint removal is used in rainy or windy environments. So customers are not dependent on weather conditions and can readily schedule work with high reliability.

Water jet paint removal machine ensures excellent adhesion conditions between substrate and coating even if flash rust is present.

It exposes the original profile. In contrast, grit blasting reduces the original profile height due to particle impact. Thus customers offer an excellent surface profile to the painter giving a good mechanical bond between substrate and coating.

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