|| Developed for Chevron USA in 1974, cleans tube- and
shell-sides of heat exchangers, furnace tubes, evaporators, condensers and
|| Removed epoxy-bound rubber from Challenger (Utah) and
Titan (California) space shuttle booster motors and removed sludge (compressive
strength 15,000 psi) from Ontario Hydro's Bruce nuclear power steam generators.
|| Cuts and drills concrete and granite, cleans sewers,
pipes, and submerged oil-well liner slots and perforations, and drills into
oil- and gas-bearing rock formations to depths of 10,000 feet.
|| More recently has been used to greatly increase
performance in abrasive cutting and drilling and for cutting natural-,
synthetic-, and silicone-rubber, Vistanex, polyurethane-, polystyrene-, EPDM-
(while reducing required horsepower requirement by 31%) and natural
|| Dramatically increases cut quality of shoe soles at 50,000
psi with a 15% increase in production rate (while extending diamond nozzle
lifetime by 280 to 600%). Also increases cut speed of acoustic fiberglass
panels by 20-300% (while reducing intensifier operating and maintenance costs
by 38%) and giving a return-on-investment of >2000 to 1.
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