To industrial users the usage of water jets has long been known to be a competent solution for the trimming and removal of burrs from any structure. Especially, when deburring complex structures, the water becomes the superior tool to the usual and conventional mechanical procedures.
What are the advantages of high-pressure deburring with a water jet compared to conventional methods?
The high-pressure water jet is used to remove precisely left over burrs after mechanical fabrication. Even hard to reach locations such as intersecting bores and complex geometrical edges can be cleaned precisely without the risk of harming the product.
An additional bonus of the water jet is that during the deburring process, the object is already being cleared of any dirt and dust. Adhering dirt such as metal dust, coolant residues or flutter burrs can be removed with the precise water jet.