Conjet worldwide

There are over 500 Conjet Robots and Jetframes, working all over the world. In the map below are some of the places where Conjet can be found.
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Robot worksite Case story Conjet HQ
Jetframe 101 Nalta
360-series
320-series
Jetframe 101 Nalta
Jetframe 101 Nalta
320-series
430-series
430-series
320-series
320-series
320-series
Jetframe 101 Nalta
320-, 360- and 430-series
320-series
320- and 360-series
430-series
320-series
Jetframe 101 Nalta
Robot 363
320-series
320-series
360-series
320-series
320-series
320-series and Jetframe 101
360-series
360-series
360-series
360-series
320-series
The Robot 363 worked with removing concrete from the top of a quay in the Panama Canal. Thanks to the reach of the Multi Purpose Arm, the work could be done from a distance.
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Between 2009 and 2011, extensive repairs were made to the giant concrete structure of the Guri Dam spillways, near the 10,235MW capacity Guri Hydroelectric Power Station in Venezuela. It is one of the world’s largest hydroelectric power generation schemes.
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“I was very impressed with the cleaning process and the Conjet Robot, which did a great job. I was also surprised at how quick it was at taking off the old coating back to the bare metal,” said CRL site manager Fran Allan.
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Repairs to the Rio Verde viaduct were performed from a special, purpose built cradle and working platform that wrapped round all four sides of the piers and supported by wire ropes connected to winches at ground level.
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The fast response from the US specialist hydrodemolition contractor and rental company Hydro Pressure Cleaning Inc (HPC) contributed to the rapid repairs to a strategic road tunnel in the Newhall Pass on the major I-5 Interstate near Santa Clarita, California about 30 miles (48km) north west of Los Angeles.
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The use of brackish water in the concrete mix led to extensive and complex concrete repairs to Sweden′s combined Svinö and Öland Bridge that reached nearly twice the cost of the original structure when restoration is finally completed.
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Specialist Swiss hydrodemolition contractor Wan-Jet AG responded to local environmental pressure and developed an acoustic shroud, which has considerably reduced the noise level of its Conjet Robots. The exceptionally quiet Robot 363 allowed an increased daily working time by 2 hours.
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A Swedish Conjet Robot 361 hydrodemolition machine has played a major role in boosting the electricity generating capacity of three hydro-electric power plants on the Drava River in the Republic of Slovenia. Contractor Gradis is using its Conjet Robot for removing concrete from nine vertical turbine draft tubes. This operation will make way for new reshaped steel linings and larger diameter, more efficient, greater capacity turbine generator sets.
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The Midskog hydropower station is part of the river Indal's water regulation system in Northern Sweden. The dam was bulit during the 1940's and is a combined earth fill and concrete dam.
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A US $ 1.67 million bridge rehabilitation project in Indiana was utilizing hydrodemolition technology instead of jackhammers for concrete removal and finished up in record time and saved the Indiana Dept. of Highways an estimated US $ 500.000 in direct costs.
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Specialist US hydrodemolition contractor IVS Hydro Inc has successfully used the first diesel powered Conjet Robot 432 D highpressure water-jetting machine in the US to carry out vital concrete surgery during essential repairs to two sets of dual carriageway bridges on Route 15 near the town of Painted Post, New York State.
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The Portuguese contractor Belbetoés, a subsidiary of Portugal's leading civil engineering contractor Teixeira Duarte SA, has chosen one of the latest Swedish Conjet Robot 362 hydrodemolition robots to assist with extensive and major concrete repairs to Lisnave's vast Mitrena reinforced concrete dry dock, near Setubal, about 50 km south east of the Portuguese capital Lisbon.
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A Swedish Conjet Robot 362 hydrodemolition machine has played a vital role in successfully assisting in the unexpected emergency repairs to the damaged concrete cooling water outfall tunnel at the Bridgeport Harbour coal fired power station in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA.
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