5 Best Practices to Achieve Optimal Life from ROCTEC™ Nozzles

February 8, 2021

by Molly Horrell

ROCTEC Waterjet Nozzle

Extend the wear life of your waterjet nozzles by following these simple tech tips:

1. Inspect orifice for chipping, wear and/or buildup of dirt or abrasive.

2. Use mixing chamber components made from carbide or ROCTEC.

3. Verify water - orifice alignment prior to abrasive selection.

4. Precise alignment of the orifice and focusing tube ensures the jet is focused directly down the center of tube.

5. ROCTEC focusing tubes with precise alignment will allow the longest life and highest level of cutting quality.


Learn more about nozzle life improvement with ROCTEC APX by reading our case study. 

"ROCTEC 500 and APX are significant products in markets with extremely technical high tolerance users."

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