The WaterJet Technology Association (WJTA) members include high pressure waterjet and industrial vacuum equipment users, manufacturers, distributors, researchers, regulators, and consultants. WJTA is international in scope with corporate and individual members throughout the world.
The primary goals of WJTA are enhancing communication within the industry; facilitating cooperation between government, industry, university and research institutions; fostering foreign and domestic trade in jet cutting and cleaning products and industrial vacuum equipment and services; and studying and advancing the arts and sciences of jet cutting of industrial and geological materials, as well as industrial cleaning and vacuuming.
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The WJTA Conference & Expo is the association's annual tradeshow and biennial technical conference. The Conference & Expo serves the global waterjetting, industrial cleaning, and industrial vacuuming markets, along with related technologies and services.
WJTA members can access a recording of the February webinar on the Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning Technical Committee Update
In this issue: Hydrodemolition Used to Restore Dam, Boiler Cleaning Case Study, Suspension Jet Cutting, Call for Nominations - 2021 Board of Directors, WJTA Announces Webinars, Safety Corner, Best Practices, M&A and more!
WJTA members can access a recording of the December webinar on the Three Considerations That Can Make or Break the Effectiveness of Your Waterblasting Job: Quality Jetting, Managing Pressure Loss, and Controlled Rotation
In this issue: Robotic Waterjetting Provides Benefits, Waterjet Cutting Engaged in Rocket Science, Hydrodemolition Committe Update, Safety Corner, Best Practices, M&A and more!
WJTA members can access a recording of the December webinar on Grounding and Bonding in Vacuum Operations