The waterjet cutting cost is a typical inquiry, as individuals battle to comprehend the contrast between running an ordinary plasma cutting machine and a waterjet shaper. There are distinctive consumables, diverse force prerequisites, cost of water, and in particular, the cost of rough. Garnet grating can represent as much as 75% of the absolute hourly working cost of a waterjet cutting framework, so understanding what drives its utilization and the amount it costs will be vital to the client considering a waterjet machine.
To dive into this inquiry somewhat more profound, I took a gander at six diverse waterjet framework setups, including:
60,000 PSI/50 HP siphon
60,000 PSI/100 HP siphon
60,000 PSI/100 HP siphon running two cutting heads
90,000 PSI/60 HP siphon
90,000 PSI/125 HP siphon
90,000 PSI/125 HP siphon running two cutting heads.
For each of these, I calculated the waterjet cutting cost of force, wear parts, water, and rough, on a cost-per-hour premise, as demonstrated in the outline beneath. Every one of these costs addresses the greatest water and grating stream rate for the biggest opening that can be driven by each siphon at it's most extreme pressing factor.
Cost of water
The littlest cut of the pie is the cost of water. I'm utilizing a public normal of $3.51 per 1000 gallons, and I'm including both greatest cutting water stream and cooling water for the power through pressure. That cost will add up to $1,200 and $2,500 each year. That doesn't consider any extra cost for sewer, so relying upon your region, that cost could be higher.
Cost of force
The following piece of waterjet cutting cost is the ability to run the intensifier siphon. Expecting a normal of 7.46 pennies per KWh, this will come in the middle $3,700 and $9,400 each year. This accepts the siphon is running 6 hours of the day, and taking a gander at siphons somewhere in the range of 50HP and 125HP.
Cost of wear parts
The following greatest cost is wear parts. This incorporates supplanting the hole, centering tubes, siphon seals, and the cost of various siphon parts determined out on a cost-per-hour premise. This will run somewhere in the range of $5 and $22 each hour, so utilizing similar presumptions, it will add up to somewhere in the range of $7,700 to $32,000 each year.
Cost of grating
The greatest lump of the waterjet cutting cost comes from the rough. Normal garnet rough will cost some place in the scope of 22 to 30 pennies for every pound, contingent upon sort of grating, buying volume, and arranged markdown.
There are two primary sorts of garnet: hard rock and alluvial. Hard rock, or squashed stone is only that, squashed down to a particular cross section size from bigger lumps of garnet rock. Hard rock garnet is more honed, and along these lines ordinarily cuts somewhat quicker. Alluvial garnet is mined from sea shores and stream beds, effectively worn out to sand by regular powers. Subsequently, its grains are adjusted, and cut a tad more slow. Clearly, you will pay more for hard rock grating than you will for alluvial. For a normal, lets consider a quarter for each pound.
Then, consider the rough stream rate. Most metal plate cutting will utilize somewhere close to 1 to 2.3 pounds-per-minute. By and large, you will be spending between $18 to $36 each hour on grating. Accepting 6 hours of cutting time each day, that is $110 to $220 of rough each day, or $550 - $1,100 each week, $2,200 to $4,400 each month, $26,000 to $55,000 each year.
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