eBook Dives into UHP Waterjetting


PITTSBURGH—The ins and outs of ultra-high-pressure waterjetting for surface preparation get a closer look in a new, free technical resource from JPCL.

Ultra-High-Pressure Waterjetting features articles from JPCL about ultra-high-pressure waterjetting and is designed to provide general guidance on the use and maintenance of the associated equipment.

The eBook is the latest in a series released by JPCL publisher Technology Publishing Co.

The entire series, as well as other technical reference materials, is available via free download from The PaintSquare Store.

The ABCs of UHP

The 39-page book encompasses years of expert research on safety in UHP waterjetting, improving equipment service life, coating system performance on UHP-treated surfaces, and more.

The book includes these articles from JPCL:

  • "Safe Use of Ultra-High-Pressure Waterjetting";
  • "Getting Ultra-High Performance from your UHP Hose";
  • "How Does Waterjet Cleaning Affect the Surface and Surface Preparation?";
  • "Characterizing Surfaces after UHP Waterjetting in New Ship Construction";
  • "How Coatings Perform over Waterjetting in New Construction"; and
  • "Influence of UHP Waterjetting on Shop Primed Steel in New Construction, Part 3."

Download Ultra-High-Pressure Waterjetting.

More Resources

The waterjetting volume is the latest title in a technical series by Technology Publishing. Other titles in the collection include:

Selecting & Sourcing

JPCL also offers a free Buying Guide eBook series designed to provide general guidance on selecting and specifying coatings, as well as information on sources to acquire the appropriate systems.

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Titles in the JPCL Buying Guide eBook series include Bridge Coating Systems, Marine Industry Coating Systems, Water Works Coating Systems, and Wastewater Treatment Plant Coating Systems.

The entire series, which covers everything from bridges to wastewater plants, is available via free download from The PaintSquare Store.

Editor's Note: This story was updated at 9:30 a.m. ET April 17, 2015, to replace an image.


Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; eBooks; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); JPCL; Latin America; North America; Protective Coatings; Specialty functions; Specification; Steel; Surface preparation; Surface Preparation; UHP waterjetting

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