HP and UHP water jetting systems
HIGH PRESSURE (HP) AND ULTRA-HIGH PRESSURE (UHP) PUMPS ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY CLAXTON WHICH INCLUDE ABRASIVE CUTTING, HIGH-PRESSURE CLEANING, AND BESPOKE WATER PRESSURE CLEANING TOOLS IN ADDITION TO JETTING SYSTEMS.
Claxton provides several HP and UHP water jetting systems. These are powered by a range of pumps with pressures and flow rates to suit the task. They can be diver or ROV operated and provide an effective means of preparing subsea surfaces for structure inspection, maintenance and repair as well as breaking up the seabed for dredging purposes. These systems can also be used topside for the removal of valve and pipeline coatings.
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Claxton is uniquely positioned to innovatively solve clients’ offshore operating challenges and add value to projects to achieve overall increased efficiency.
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