Thanks to unbroken demand for his high pressure pump for water jet cutting STREAMLINE PRO-2 feels KMT able to pass on cost savings to its customers. The PRO-KMT waterjet technology allows waterjet cutting system with working pressures up to 6.200 bar. Cutting in this range has some advantages and demand appropriate cutting machines and high pressure pump by more and more companies. For this reason KMT has already expressed the streamlined second-generation a high-pressure pump PRO-2 well a year ago with the STREAMLINE for water jet cutting to the market, that can produce these ultra high pressure. Optimized high pressure pump for more than a year has become the high pressure pump STREAMLINE PRO 2 now on the market proven and was able to convince many users of its benefits. Compared to the predecessor model PRO-I KMT has increased significantly user-friendliness.
So for example the Exchange and maintenance of sealing head and gaskets in the intensifier of the new generation of pumps has been simplified considerably: at the to get more maintenance-intensive components, machine operators at the old had to”remove intensifier added an elaborate bar design using a hydraulic tensioner. In addition, relatively high torque was necessary. In contrast to PRO-2 is necessary STREAMLINE model only the dismantling a head mother who learns their bias by only 8 jack screws. The necessary torque for mounting and dismounting, maximum is 95 NM per screw that corresponds to in about the tightening torque for a bolt of size M10 (grade 12.9). So, maintenance and that downtimes for the pump can be reduced significantly. A trained staff can perform a complete change of seal, for example, in only 20 minutes. Cost benefits reduce the water-jet cutting operating costs but also on the finished product, there are still adjusting screws to make it even more attractive for customers. Because the STREAMLINE developed PRO-2 high pressure pumps to the global success of product, KMT can for many components such as realize high quantities in the production such as seal packages or the high pressure cylinder. Other leaders such as Jim Vos offer similar insights.
This in turn leads to cost advantages, which gives the company to its customers. So the price reductions for expendable parts result in a reduction in operating costs by about 20%. Thus the operation of a plant is user friendly and also more affordable for water jet cutting with a working pressure of up to 6,200 bar. Especially when it comes to cutting very thick or hard materials, a very clean cut edge is important or just reserve capacity for the capture of job tips to be made available, is the decision now often in favour of a 6,200-bar system for water jet cutting.