Power: 1,950 kW
HTX52 features: • Max Power 1950 kW • Compact inboard footprint with fully integrated hydraulics • New hydrodynamic design delivers 4% more high speed efficiency • 20% increase in peak bollard pull • New high efficiency, low wear steering ...
... 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 sterntube ...
Power: 1,500 kW
... in the Alamarin-Jet OMEGA SERIES, with a max input power of 2040HP and unique features such as: Dual Angle Shaft (DAS) Frame Integrated Bearing Structure (FIBS) Modular Intake Geometry (MIG) The Omega Series epitomises ...
Power: 1,500 kW - 21,000 kW
... scope of supply MJP offers a package adapted to the vessel and the needs of the customer. MJP customize waterjet selection, jet installation, shafting, intermediate shaft options, hydraulic and electronic control systems. ...
Power: 1,000 kW - 9,000 kW
... Duplex stainless steel waterjet with superior wear strength Lowest noise and vibration with floating drive shaft design Thrust is taken in jet unit in an oil lubricated hub unit accessible from ...
Power: 350, 280, 310 kW
From the leaders in mixed flow technology comes the next generation of waterjet propulsion. Purposely designed and engineered for demanding, high speed applications, the X Series is the product of our expertise and experience, resulting ...
... SOLAS proudly presents a new product line of jet pump series, for the personal watercraft market. This new line of products is based on modern hydrodynamics design and intensive field testing from our SOLAS PWC ...
Power: 200 kW - 710 kW
Our latest impeller and compact hydrodynamic designed intake duct are utilised across these models to underpin excellent performance and load carrying capacity. Particularly distinct for their installation, these models all use the ...
Kompakt Series DT - DT waterjets are mechanically simpler, and more cost-effective to operate and maintain. Across the range, the DT waterjet also allows for savings by eliminating the intermediate shafting.The shaft length of DT variant ...
Power: 745 kW - 3,725 kW
This group of waterjets all utilise an optimised design intake duct, fabricated entirely from hull matching material resulting in an extremely strong and lightweight structure. The installation method provides a high strength, simple ...
Power: 260 kW - 2,000 kW
... axial-flow design providing a high volume flow with good pulling thrust in a wide speed range Usually, the aluminium series jets do not require reduction gears.
Power: 147 kW
... waterjet mounted Water pick-up for engine cooling 1" (33,3 mm) GAS Unit dry weight: 61,7 kg including ail the components and hydraulics. Electric o l pump (separatedj: 11 kg Entrained water volume: ...
Power: 50 ch - 200 ch
The Textron Motors jet propulsion system has been engineered to provide the watercraft builder maximum performance when paired with the MPE 850 marine engine. A fiber-reinforced composite mount houses the 3-blade stainless-steel ...
Power: 50 ch - 350 ch
This a new Prototype jet from the ground up. It’s 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 ...
Power: 100 kW - 900 kW
... 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.
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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
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