Water Jetting injury research achieves global reach
A study commissioned by the Water Jetting Association (WJA) into the management of high-pressure fluid injection injuries has become one of the most important research papers on the topic in the world.
The study has been accessed online more than 10,000 times since it was published in 2019, and has been cited in five specialist medical papers over the same period. Now, a water jetting injury treatment guide developed from the research has been extensively redesigned to make it easier to use. Water jetting is essential for a huge range of tasks, including pressure washing, cleaning tubes and chambers in oil and gas, petrochemicals and energy plants, de-fouling ships and marine structures, hydro-demolition of concrete, sewer and tank cleaning, and precision materials cutting.
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