Every business wants to save time and money. While producing and selling more can lead to added profits, streamlining an existing process can be an easier method that a business can use to generate additional revenue. A penny saved is a penny earned. When you opt for more efficient business solutions, you are able to protect your bottom line as a business.
Fabrication (such metal fabrication) and industrial sized cutting/severing service are common services which many companies require. There are many options available to a company when it comes to cutting. Waterjet, plasma, laser, saw are just some of the available options that a company has. Out of these options, waterjets will be the topic of discussion within this article.
Science behind waterjet cutting machines are not too complex. Drops of water can form a cave if enough time passes. Waves of water can eventually erode away a massive amount of land. This is possible due to water being able to break away solid objects like stone. When there is enough time given, smallest stream of water will create a canyon. Waterjet can be thought of culmination of these ideas executed in a much faster pace. Rather than to let time take care of things, waterjets utilize ultra high pressure to speed up the process. It is like millions of water drops hitting a rock instead of a single drop.
Tremendous amount of force generated by waterjets allow the machines to cut through almost anything. Whether it is cutting glass or steel, wide range of waterjet equipments are available to provide a perfect solution for the task at hand. If the water alone is not strong enough to penetrate and cut an object, abrasive materials such as garnet can be added to the mix to provide extra power to waterjet machines.
Waterjet equipments' sheer power also makes it one of the cleanest cutting tools available to businesses. Materials become cut by being disintegrated at the point of contact, which means that the edges which have been cut will be smooth. This smoothness is actually measureable and different standards exist so that industries can easily communicate their requirements. There is even an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) guideline specific to the cutting process which many waterjet cutting service providers adheres to.
The beauty of waterjet cutting is that it can be fully controlled to either increase speed or quality. When you take extra time to cut a material, the edges will be smoother since the jet streams would have had plenty of time to even out the parts being cut. If the speed of the production is increased, it leaves less time for the waterjet to smooth out the edges, making the end results more coarse. Depending on what the project requires, this control over speed and quality can be fine tuned to offer a optimal solution.
Having access to such flexible solutions allow businesses to streamline their projects and become more efficient, allowing a business to save money. These savings can be used to further grow the company and the cash can be injected into additional projects for increased business. Waterjets have become a golden standard within industry solutions by offering phenomenal results with minimal costs.