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Waterjet pump is the power source of waterjet cutting machine. The quality of pump determines the operation of the whole machine. In order to increase product reliability, APW constantly cooperates with the international famous enterprises to keep researching and developing to improve the quality of product.

Waterjet pump

Waterjet pump is the power source of waterjet cutting machine. The quality of pump determines the operation of the whole machine. In order to increase product reliability, APW constantly cooperates with the international famous enterprises to keep researching and developing to improve the quality of product. Since the foundation of our company, we have been […]

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What other differences does a different size pump make?

The more horsepower that makes it to the nozzle, the faster you can cut. The trade-off with a higher horsepower pump is cost, efficiency, a larger kerf width, and sometimes a slight loss in precision. However, a high horsepower pump can almost always be run at lower pressures to reduce the operating cost and maintenance, […]

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What is the difference between intensifier and crankshaft pump?

The two share the same basic pumping principal: a plunger is pushed into a closed chamber to raise pressure and expel fluid through an outlet check valve; as the direction of the plunger is reversed, low pressure fluid enters the chamber through an inlet check valve. The difference between them is only how the plunger […]

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What size pump would be the best for me?

This depends on the kind of work you want to do. If working in very thick metal, get a waterjet pump that is capable of putting a lot of horsepower to the nozzle. Although a smaller pump can machine thick metal, a larger waterjet pump will be faster, and therefore more practical. If cutting mostly […]

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