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MJP to Unveil New Waterjets at SeaWork

Waterjet propulsion specialist Marine Jet Power (MJP) said its plans to roll out its new X Series range of waterjets at the upcoming SeaWork Exhibition.

MJP said the new range of waterjets capitalize on its duplex steel product line by offering an efficient, durable product at a much lower price point. Additionally, the new jets have been designed for easy installation, maintainability in the field and feature advancements in steering and maneuverability with improved reversing and stopping characteristics.

"The X Series is the result of the ambition to create the highest performing, most efficient waterjet on the market," said Magnus Sörenson, MJP CEO. "We are very excited to introduce the new product to the marketplace in the coming weeks."

The company will have the new jets on display at SeaWork International, July 18-19 in Baltimore, Md.

Jun 12, 2018

 

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