Surface Cleaning and Preparation
    Heat Exchanger /
    Condenser Tube Cleaning
    Pipe Cleaning
    Surface Cleaning /     Preparation
    Hydrodemolition /
    Concrete Penatration
    Cold/Water Jet Cutting
    Airport Runway Cleaning
    Wet Sand Blasting
    Process Equipment

A technique for cleaning surfaces, which relies entirely on the energy of water striking a surface to achieve its cleaning effects. Abrasives are not used in hydrojetting systems. Achieve surface finishes to technical requirements requested by paint and coating specialists Consequently the problems caused by dust pollution and by the disposal of spent abrasives are eliminated.

Traditional abrasive blast preparation is becoming a thing of the past. With the cost of constructing environmentally sound containment structures, and disposal of abrasive blast media alternative techniques are growing in popularity.


  • Water jetting methods allow for a superior substrate in both metal and concrete.
  • High pressure water jetting washes contaminates out of the substrate providing a perfect surface for the coating product to properly bond to, while abrasive blast methods can trap chlorides and contaminants within the profile of the surface (and lead to premature coating failure)