UHP pumps and water jetting equipment

Published:  17 September, 2010

UHP water jetting is the most powerful and environmentally sensitive cleaning techniques available to industry. When used in conjunction with specialist tooling and accessories water jetting can be the most effective solution in a diverse range of applications including surface preparation, tank and vessel cleaning and cold cutting.

Hughes Pumps range of ultra high pressure (UHP) positive displacement plunger pumps and water jetting equipment is designed for heavy duty cleaning and cutting at pressures to 2,750bar (40,000psi) and power ratings to 375kW (500hp). Options available include diesel engine or electric motor drive, trailer or skid mounted, with variants to suit any specific requirements plus a full range of accessories.

With nine frame sizes to choose from, each including a range of plunger sizes, plus close-coupled reduction gearbox drives and SAE engine adaptor housings, Hughes has taken compromise out of selecting the best pump for the job.

Splash or pressure lubrication, fully supported crankshafts, reduction gearboxes, stainless-steel pumpheads, ceramic plungers and the latest seal materials are employed throughout the range.

UK based Hughes Pumps has manufactured its market-leading range of high-pressure water jetting equipment since 1970. Extensive experience in the design and manufacture of high pressure, positive displacement pumps and water jetting equipment enables its products to be used in the harshest of environments and industries including Petro-Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Food Processing, Offshore and Contracting. The company's commitment to precision engineering provides the benefits of an established product range and the flexibility of a manufacturer willing to engineer a solution to any problem.

Product information: Hughes Pumps Ltd Telephone+44 (0)1903 892358
Email sales@hughes-pumps.co.uk   Visit www.hughes-pumps.co.uk 

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