MJP unveils new mixed flow waterjet range
A Swedish propulsion manufacturer has unveiled a new range of waterjets at Seawork which boast high efficiency at a low price.
MJP says that its X Series waterjets feature the latest advancements in waterjet propulsion and is the culmination of precision engineering and years of experience creating stainless steel mixed flow propulsion solutions.
“The X Series is the result of the ambition to create the highest performing, most efficient waterjet on the market,” said Magnus Sörenson, CEO, MJP.
“We are very excited to introduce the new product to the marketplace in the coming weeks.”
Mr Sörenson said that the new range of waterjets capitalise on MJPs successful duplex steel product line by offering a highly efficient, highly durable product at a much lower price.
Additionally, the new jets have been designed for easy installation, maintainability in the field and feature advancements in steering and manoeuvrability with improved reversing and stopping characteristics.
By Anne-Marie Causer
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