... performance components in stainless steel to prevent wear and corrosion. The water lubricated bearing in the stator bowl provides an environmentally friendly solution. Water lubricated Face type ...
Power: 1700 kW - 4300 kW
... cavitation and noise characteristics. The waterjet unit is completely pre-assembled, thereby reducing installation time. High performance components in stainless steel to prevent wear and corrosion. The water ...
... a reduction gear. All FF-series waterjets can be supplied as a booster unit without steering and reversing gear. The new FF jet models incorporate improvements to pumps, reversing buckets and steering nozzles and deliver ...
... and noise levels while providing superior speed in turns. The A3-series offers seven different water outlet nozzle diameters to provide a balance to the waterjet speed, and five different impeller blade ...
Power: 260 kW
... is the most popular waterjet unit in the world. Setup options include a close coupling system to keep space taken by the engine/waterjet to a minimum, and the "Turbo" impeller, specifically designed for use in highly ...
Power: 260 kW
The diesel engine equivalent of the HJ212 featuring more robust construction, comprehensive anode protection and hydraulic pump, cooler and cylinder for reverse control.
Power: 370 kW
Weight: 148 kg (326 lbs) Boat weight, single jet: 5000 kg (11 000 lbs) Reverse deflector control: Hydraulic Power: Max 370 kW (500 mhp)
Power: 74 kW
Weight: 38kg Weight of the boat: 100 - 700kg Reverse deflector control: Electric Mounting: Mounting piece
Power: 441 kW
L.V. stands for Light Version This TD 284 variant is offered without the built-in hydraulic multi-disc clutch and the electric/hydraulic control of the movable debris screen grid which is replaced with a mechanically operated one. The ...
Power: 1985 kW
Currently under development Turbodrive 600 H.C. will be the largest model of the range, fully equipped with the exclusive characteristics and unique technology common to all the Castoldi models yet with a completely new and revolutionary design
... are our commitment by Team SOLAS to our customers. With this commitment in mind, SOLAS proudly presents a new product line of jet pump series, for the personal watercraft market. This new line of products is based on ...
This a new Prototype jet from the ground up. Its a 6.1 inch two stage jet suitable for smaller higher revving engines and is currently in testing with various 2 and 4 stroke engines. Initial testing ...
... These jets are suited to naturally aspirated 4 cylinder engines such as the Subaru, Nissans and GM Ecotech engines. The 7.5 inch single stage is ideally suited to engines that have moderate torque and horsepower characteristics. ...
... customer. MJP customize waterjet selection, jet installation, shafting, intermediate shaft options, hydraulic and electronic control systems. For more information see MJP Designers Guide and contact ...
... Double Reverse Bucket inboard hydraulics Duplex stainless steel waterjet with superior wear strength Lowest noise and vibration with floating drive shaft design Thrust is taken in jet ...
... power range and target vessel size and weight envelope. The axial flow pump efficiently converts input power into a high volume jet flow delivering high thrust, more range and more payload with reduced fuel burn.
... of marine classification societies. They can be installed as single or as multiple jets in fiberglass, aluminium or steel hulls. They can also be supplied as booster jets. The prefabricated duct is ...
How to choose this product
A water-jet drive is a propulsion system capable of generating great speed by shooting a stream of water astern.
These systems are used in high-speed boats.
Such drives pump water at great velocity through a nozzle pointing astern, propelling the boat forward. They consist of a water intake and hoses, an intake pump, a nozzle and, in some designs, deflectors for steering.
How to choose
Nozzle and deflector design, and engine power must be considered when choosing a water-jet drive. These systems are efficient at high speed, but low-speed maneuvers are more difficult.
- High speed
- Difficult maneuvering at low speed