The water-jet cutting of stainless steel is a production technique that we have been using for decades. The technology has been continuously refined over time. In 1990, the water-jet cutting of stainless steel took a major step forward with the addition of fine-grain garnet sand: since then, it has been possible to produce precise cuts of even very thick plates.
We have actively accompanied the development of water-jet cutting over a long period of time with our own water-jet cutting machines. This is another reason why we consider ourselves pioneers in water-jet cutting. Even today, our in-house machinery includes four powerful water-jet cutting machines. With respect to the technology that our company uses for the water-jet cutting of stainless steel, we rely on abrasive water-jet cutting. This means that our water-jet cutting machine uses water as well as garnet sand for the water-jet cutting of stainless steel.