Water Jetting Products

  • An order received recently by Schottel of America, Inc. of Miami, Fla., for its new SPJ-32 Pump Jet thruster units to be installed in two 92-foot line-handling tugs, marks the introduction of the 360-degree steerable, centrifugal-pump water thruster to the American market, and represents the first application of this design concept in the U.S.

    Under construction at Moss Point Marine in Escatawpa, Miss., the 2,350-bhp Heimo Tide and Ade Tide will be operated by Tidewater Marine Service in West Africa, and will utilize the Pump Jets as bow maneuvering aids.

    The new water jet product line, originally developed by Schottel Werft of Spay, West Germany, in conjunction with NATO Army Engineers for their "Bridging Equipment of the 80s" program, was designed as either a main propulsion unit or maneuvering aid for extremely shallow-draft vessels.

    Schottel, a world leader in the field of steerable propulsion equipment, is very experienced in the design of water jet thrusters. More than 250 Schottel cone and bow jet units are in service in vessels operating on Europe's inland waterways system, where draft restrictions make conventional tunnel thrusters impractical due to cavitation and low efficiency.

    The Tidewater Pump Jet units will be powered by hydraulic motors developing 120 hp at 2,800 rpm, although electric or diesel prime movers can be utilized in other applications as required.

    For additional information on the new SPJ-32 thruster units, Circle 16 on Reader Service Card

  • In the late 1950's a company, Buehler, used patent and manufacturing rights from New Zealander John Hamilton to produce a line of water jet propelled boats and larger jet units which gained limited acceptance in the commercial and military fields. Other firms soon entered the competition including

  • , pattern equipment and manufacturing rights. We feel a small, quick reacting company such as ours is more closely tailored to the needs of today's water jet market," says Mr. Hill. Jack Seastrom, formerly with Jacuzzi Marine Jet and Offshore Logistics, Inc., has been named director of marketing

  • , Idaho, Washington, Alaska and, on a non-exclusive basis, California. The Hamilton Jet is powered by a conventional inboard engine. The pump draws water through a screened duct in the bottom of the hull and discharges it, under pressure, through a nozzle mounted in the transom. A deflector directs

  • Waterjet systems manufacturer Jet Edge, Inc. recently released a new brochure highlighting its precision water jet cutting products. The brochure features Jet Edge’s precision waterjet cutting systems and waterjet pumps as well as waterjet parts and accessories. Jet Edge’s ability and willingness to manufactu

  • Because low water levels frequently cause major problems for vessels navigating on inland waterways, the West German firm of Schottel developed a new propulsion concept, the Schottel Pump- Jet, which provides propulsion power even in shallow waters. After extensive tests had been conducted on the

  • experts the advantages offered by the Schottel Pump-Jet under practical conditions. The outstanding maneuverability and excellent performance in shallow waters were displayed with an M-Boat 3 developed and built by Schottel. The company presently offers standard Pump-Jet units in the power range from

  • Founded over 30 years ago, C.W.F. Hamilton & Co. Ltd. of New Zealand has introduced a new water jet for use aboard a wide range of vessels in both the commercial and passenger boat markets. The Hamilton Model 211 has been developed through the technology of computer-aided design to provide a high

  • C.W.F. Hamilton & Co. Ltd. of New Zealand is offering free literature on the wide range of craft for which Hamilton water jets were chosen as the preferred propulsion system. Inboard mounted near the stern, Hamilton water jets draw water through an intake duct and debris screen, fitted flush to the

  • is replaced by a specially designed pump wheel with optimized efficiency; and Schottel Bow-Jets which work with a horizontal propeller sucking water from below. The Schottel Rudderpropeller is detailed in a free 20-page color brochure. The publication contains more than two dozen photographs of

  • tool. Handsomely wrapped in a panoramic view of the Grand Canyon with the caption "Nature took millions of years to cut and wash the earth with water," the cover serves as a picturesque premise on which the brochure draws a point: utilizing the performance characteristics of water at ultra-high

  • — Literature Available Schottel of America, Inc., of Miami, Fla., recently received an order from the Coast Guard for a remote controlled water-jet bow propulsion and maneuvering system for a shallow-draft barge that is believed to be the first such installation in the U.S. The unit will be installed

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