20 XWS YEAR:STATE OF THE MACHINE:
Maximum pressure water jet 4300 bar
X-eje 7,000 mm
Y-axis 1500 - 2500mm
Z.eje 500 mm
Speed (in vacuum)
X-eje 0 - 20 mm
Y-axis 0-20 mm
Z.eje 0-15 mm
Precision shafts 0.1 mm
Repeatability of 0.05 mm
Unique features and specifications 20XWS
Intensifier simple, electrically shifted 60,000 psi
Integrated circuit with action under the code ISO 15-12 filters or better, which prolongs the life of the pump
Rexroth axial piston hydraulic pump, variable displacement and compensation of pressure of 4.0 cubic inches (60 Hz) or 5.0 cubic inches (50 Hz)
Electric motor 50 hp TEFC (460 V, 50 Hz or 60 Hz)
Maximum size of the hole:
Version of 60,000 psi 0.014
Version of 40,000 psi 0.018
More universal features and specifications
Intensifiers with ceramic Pistons, electric displacement, (4.137 bar) 60,000 psi or 40,000 psi (2,758 bar), ESL (extended shelf life of seal), dual, exclusive gold standard, all of which minimizes the wear of the seal and improves durability (only 20XWS and 20XWD)
Standard dual pressure control
Automatic high-pressure bleed valves that relieve the pressure of the system of water up to 0 psi 1 second after switching off the pump.
Pressure relief valve
Maximum operating pressure relief valve
Dimmers leak before failure
Fully coated, steel cabinet structure includes a offset deck and removable doors that help ensure security and facilitate its maintenance
Improved hydraulic circuit: recent technological advances have managed that hydraulic performance has improved significantly (20XWS and 20XWD only)
Improved the overall performance of the pump, the life of the hydraulic circuit, the scroll speed of the intensifier and the signal of output pressure (only 20XWS and 20XWD)
WaterVeyor abrasive removal system
To easily remove abrasive agents of the catcher tank, Flow machines can be equipped with optional self-cleaning WaterVeyor abrasive removal system.
WaterVeyorEl patented WaterVeyor uses the Venturi effect to eliminate the Garnet of the catcher tank.
The design minimizes the moving parts and wear, matters that require maintenance and operating costs may increase.