The machining of workpieces produces fine burrs. For further use of the components, these must be eliminated. The high-pressure deburring solves the burr in its high precision with its hard water jet. At the same time, the jet cleans the surface of the workpiece. The water jet can be directed very specifically to the area to be processed and also reaches places that hard to reach such as holes or intersections.
Other methods often have to fit in these places and reach their technical and economic limits. Thanks to its high kinetic energy, the water not only removes burrs, but also chips, metal dust, coolants residues or other adhering impurities. In order to remove so-called tinsel and flutter burrs, weld beads or scale layers, a targeted point or areal guidance of the beam can be realized.