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Whatever your cutting application, there's a Hypertherm HyPrecision™ waterjet pump designed to meet your needs. Hypertherm offers a full range of reliable, efficient waterjet cutting machines for around-the-clock operations, small prototype jobs, and every application in between.
60,000 psi vs. 60,000 psi - decrease your total cost of ownership by approximately 20%.
When you factor in the cost to purchase, own, and operate, you’ll find that Hypertherm HyPrecision™ waterjets are extremely cost-effective and outperform all other waterjet systems. Reducing your system cost by 20% means that you can reinvest in your business or put that money toward your bottom line.
Cumulative cost of ownership 60,000 psi vs. 60,000 psi
(excludes abrasive cost)
Hypertherm vs. leading competitor
Hypertherm HyPrecision waterjets were engineered using Advanced Intensifier Technology (AIT). By rethinking the way the intensifier pump works, we were able to make it work harder, last longer, and require less service time. AIT, it's what makes Hypertherm HyPrecision waterjets more cost effective than any other waterjet in the world.
Watch a video explaining Advanced Intensifier Technology.
Explore the benefits built into every intensifier.
Check valve utilizes a screwless, low-pressure poppet design that enables quick evaluation of key contact surfaces. This feature also allows for noticeably faster component replacement.
Hydraulic center section features an advanced piston design, which minimizes seal wear and improves component life.
Durable threaded-rod design simplifies high-pressure end removal for quick seal maintenance. Meanwhile, the nonthreaded cylinder design increases reliability.
Large-diameter ceramic plunger produces more water per stroke with reduced friction, yielding maximum seal life.
Advanced electronics provide smooth, reliable shifting for optimum cut quality. Shift times are even monitored to ensure optimal pump performance.
Hydraulic rod seals and plunger bearings are readily accessible from the outside of the hydraulic end cap.
60,000 psi vs. 90,000 psi technology
Don't end up with too little or too much when it comes to your waterjet. Read more about choosing the right waterjet for your application.