Ultra High Pressure Water Jetting (UHPWJ) Hydroblasting & Painting Works
Blasting is synonymous to surface preparation in the world of protective coatings. In the case of steel structures protected by coatings, it is important to have some form of maintenance regime to reinstate the protective system for structural preservation and cosmetic purposes.
Over the years, advanced technology has been developed to suit and better equip, whilst giving the best options to our end user. That is where Ultra High Pressure Water Jetting (UHPWJ) over (25,000psi) and Ropetech comes in, gaining considerable amount of popularity partly because of its ability to remove high percentages of soluble salts from the steel surface. Also, at the higher pressures, lower volumes of water are used - this makes disposal costs lower than the conventional method of blasting.
Ultra High Pressure Water Jetting (UHPWJ) is an extremely versatile and effective method of removing paint and metal coatings, soluble salts and other contaminants from steel surfaces. It is environmentally friendly and although at present, it is costly compared to conventional blast cleaning methods, it is considered to be an emerging technology which will, in the near future, rival and possibly replace conventional blast cleaning methods. Coupled with rope access techniques, stringent industrial codes of practice and working systems are used to ensure critical safety measures are being dealt with.