WJA issues clear guidance on water jetting pressures


The Water Jetting Association has created a new guide to ensure members and service users have clarity on water jetting terminology and associated water pressures.

The guidance is designed  to help water jetting contractors clearly communicate key aspects of the services they deliver, and for customers to understand associated technical and health and safety implications.

WJA Director David Kennedy said: “Effective communication is central to high quality health and safety and it starts by clearly defining the service being delivered and related technical details”.

“For water jetting, this is particularly critical because of the hazards associated with process. Clearing defining terminology helps all parties understand what measures are needed to mitigate all possible risks.”