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ultra high pressure

ultra high pressure

ultra high pressure in the context of water jetting starts from approx. 1,000 bar working pressure and differentiates itself significantly from the classical high pressure. ultra high pressure is used when the power of a normal high pressure cleaner is not enough anymore - for example for the demolition of concrete, removal of bitumen, removal of rubber, removal of epoxy resin coating or removal of rust (mainly from ships, bridges, containers, construction machines, etc). also for the renovation of floors and renovation of areas you often use ultra high pressure; beyond that for the cleaning of formworks or cleaning of scaffoldings.

falch offers round about one dozen different, powerful ultra high pressure machines. they are available as trail jets (construction on trailer) base jets (construction on base frame), truck jets (installation in storage rooms of vans) or cont jets (installation in container).