Water Jetting - High and Ultra High Pressure
High (HP) pressure and Ultra High (UHP) water jetting (also known as water cutting or hydroblasting) are the most powerful and environmentally sensitive cleaning techniques available to industry.
Wholly Owned and Operated Water Jetting Inventory
Covering a broad scope of hydroblasting services, Sureclean own and operate an extensive fleet of Jetting Units and compatible specialist accessories capable of various flows operating to pressures of 3,000 bar (43,500 psi) to give a complete and custom service to our clients.
Powered by either a diesel engine or electric motor, our units can be supplied in either HP or UHP mode by changing the pump build of the unit providing dual-capability if required. When used in conjunction with specialist tooling and accessories water jetting can be the most effective solution when applied to a diverse range of applications including for example, surface preparation, tank and vessel cleaning and cold cutting.
Zone 1 and Zone 2 Certified Options
We offer both offshore containerised and onshore trailer mounted options which are designed to ATEX and NORSOK standards and certified to operate in Zone 1 and Zone 2 hazardous areas.
The combination of our highly trained operatives using this specialist equipment and attachments ensures that we have the knowledge, experience and technological resources to safely and efficiently complete cleaning or descaling operations in a range of diverse industrial contexts.
High Capacity Pump Units
Recent additions to our fleet are containerised High Volume Pump Units designed to NORSOK standards. They meet the latest ATEX regulations and are certified to operate in Zone 2 hazardous areas.
Hot Water Washing Option
Complementary to our fleet of High Pressure and Ultra High Pressure Water Jetting Units, Sureclean provide Hot Water Washers which are designed to pump hot water at temperatures up to 70°C (degree centigrade), with normal working temperature set at 55°C.
The Hot Water Washers are ATEX compliant, designed within a crash frame and are suitable for operation in a Zone 1 hazardous area environment.