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Echion

Waterjet Pump

The Echion pump is the first waterjet pump to incorporate cartridge seals that substantially reduce Advanced Intensifier Technology™ (AIT) and closed-loop proportional pressure control. The new pump offers fabricators consistent cut quality while ensuring trouble-free operation and reliability.

  • Closed-Loop
    Pressure Controls

  • 50 HP
    Pump Motor

  • Reduced
    Maintenance

Hypertherm Echion Waterjet Pumps for Park Industries CNC Sawjets | Waterjet cutting for stone industry

Designed and built to simplify service.

Reduced Maintenance Time
Echion pump include the next evolution of Hypertherm’s Advanced Intensifier Technology. This technology eliminates soft, static high-pressure seals and incorporates industry-leading cartridge seal design, enabling rapid replacement of common consumables.

Increased Performance
The 50 hp Echion pump incorporates closed-loop proportional controls that adjust for ambient pressure as well as oil viscosity and hydraulic system wear parts, to deliver consistent quality at optimum cutting speeds.

Improved Reliability and Ease of Service
With 20% fewer parts than earlier generations, new Echion pump include user friendly features such as common service components located front and center, quick-connect fittings, and an easy access bleed-down valve, to make maintenance faster, easier, and less expensive.

Reduced Footprint
Smart industrial design, allows a reduced footprint, enabling integration into small, tight spaces.

Advanced Intensifier Technology (AIT) Simplifies System Maintenance
Rethinking the way the intensifier pump works, Hypertherm was able to make it work harder, last longer, and require significantly less service time.

Models

Available exclusively on the SABERjet XP

Hypertherm Echion Waterjet Pumps for CNC Sawjets

Echion 50

Pump Service & Maintenance Simplified

Hypertherm Echion Waterjet Pumps for stone fabrication
Explore its Advanced Intensifier Technology
Take a virtual tour of Hypertherm’s Minnesota-based manufacturing facility to see where it all begins.