Midwest Mobile Waterjet recently completed a challenging hydro demolition project at a Duluth MN waste water treatment plant. Specification required concrete hydrodemolition removal depth to be determined by pH and chloride levels. All work was completed on time and within customer budget.
Midwest Mobile Waterjet has added a custom-built vacuum clean up tool for use in concrete debris removal following hydro demolition. The system is powered by a 6000 cfm vac unit in addition to a low volume 10,000 psi jet to agitate material during the vacuum cleaning process. A skid-loader or walk behind mini track excavator is used to manipulate the vacuum nozzle which reduces manpower, injuries and make the cleaning process more efficient.
Midwest Mobile Waterjet recently completed a large public water tank polyurea lining removal project in Pueblo CO. This project became particularly challenging when it was discovered upon start-up that the entire tank had been skim coating with a very hard and tenacious filler that was up to ¼” thick in many places. The polyurea coating was installed on top of this base filler making the total coating thickness even greater.
Using 40,000 psi robotic tower robots and self-propelled deckblasting equipment MMW was able to complete this challenging project on time and on budget. MMW also performed the cleanup of the removed material and filtration of all wastewater.