Water jet blaster is commonly used when describing water as the tool to do surface preparation. The use of water is a technique for cleaning surfaces, which relies solely on the energy and force of water striking a surface to acheive its washing effect.
Water blaster can be used to clean the hardest deposits without damaging the internal material. Water jet blasting can be used alone or in combination with other industrial cleaning system.
It is especially effective where chemicals would be difﬁcult or impossible to use due to equipment conﬁgurations, metallurgy.
High pressure water blaster in the context of a high pressure cleaner is produced by a interaction of several components.
Significant influence has the high pressure pump and the high pressure nozzle.
Unlike other cleaning methods utilized in the construction industry, for example sandblasting .Water jet blaster does not create any levels of dustduring the cleaning process and dangerous contaminants do not become airborne.
Max safety of using water jet blaster for the healthy of the operator
For construction workers operating cleaning equipment , hydro blasting equipment is a vital safety consideration . Because the residual risk of exposure to high concentrations of contaminants like silica sand. Or prolongedinhalation of respirable dust containing crystalline silica which leads to silicosis . A sometimes fatal lung disease, is drastically reduced when using high pressure water blasting machinery.
Formation of a high pressure water blaster
A high pressure pump sucks water and accelerates it strongly.
The accelerated water runs through the pump system and gets through the high pressure hose and further components .The high pressure gun and the hand-lance, to the high pressure nozzle.
The nozzle produces the high pressure water jet blaster. The water jet can be different in form and intensity depending on the pump pressure .The nozzle geometry as well as the diameter of the nozzle hole.
Which form a high pressure water jet has in its spray pattern depends on the nozzle type. Nozzle types can generally be divided into flat jet nozzles, point jet nozzles and rotating nozzles. While point jet nozzles produce a precisely focused spray pattern. Rotative cleaning head produce several precisely focused jets, which thanks to rotating movement of the nozzle in longitudinal direction have a spiral-shaped spray pattern.