The current HamiltonJet waterjet range includes models for power inputsfrom 150 to 3000kW, for vessels typically up to 60 metres long. All models include features such as integral intake and transition duct for easy installation, as well as steering and reverse components. All but the smallest units include fully integrated hydraulic reverse systems with jet-driven hydraulic pump, control valves & oil-cooler cast into the waterjet intake.
HJ Series Waterjets
HamiltonJet's smaller range of waterjets - 8 models ranging from 200mm to 400mm diameter impellers. HJ waterjets are generally suitable for 6-20m craft, depending on the number of waterjets used, hull displacement, and the vessel's application. Control systems range from fully manual, to manual hydraulic to the electronic blue ARROW control system.
HJ series waterjets are sold and supported through HamiltonJet's extensive network of Distributors.
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HM Series Waterjets
HamiltonJet's larger range of waterjets - 7 models ranging from 420mm to 810mm diameter impellers. HM waterjets are generally suitable for 18-60m craft using two or more engines and waterjets. Control systems are hydraulic or electronic.
Because of the more technical application criterea for HM series waterjets, these models are generally sold and supported from the HamiltonJet factory and Regional Offices, with local assistance from Distributors.
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Electronic Waterjet & Vessel Control Systems
HamiltonJet also designs and manufactures hydraulic and electronic control components for all its waterjet models. Its electronic control systems can integrate with a range of other vessel systems, such as engine and gearbox controls, Autopilot, Voyage Data Recorders and Dynamic Positioning Systems to provide complete vessel manoeuvring control.
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