Aquajet, a global leader in Hydrodemolition machine manufacturing, offers on-demand training options to maximize productivity and safety on the jobsite. In addition to in-depth, hands-on training with each machine commission, Aquajet’s North American subsidiary provides continuing education options on-site or through its network of facilities across the United States. Training is tailored to customer need and operator experience to ensure long-term Hydrodemolition success.
“The key to a safe, efficient Hydrodemolition jobsite is thorough training,” said Roger Simonsson, Aquajet managing director. “Whether new to Hydrodemolition or a long-time operator looking to keep their skills sharp, customers will find our sales partner in North America, Brokk Inc., offers a number of personalized training options to help maximize machine performance in any application.”
Training by a specialized Aquajet technician accompanies the sale of every machine and is tailored to fit the customer’s application and experience level. This comprehensive, on-site education provides individuals or small groups with tips and information pertaining to safe, productive operation of the new equipment. Training technicians boast years of experience using Aquajet machines in a variety of applications. This initial training caters to each operator’s skill level and covers basic and advanced operating modes, safety for the machine and around high-pressure equipment, maneuvering the machine, reading blasting results and making proper adjustments, and equipment maintenance. Upon successful completion, the trainee will be a licensed Aquajet operator.
Additional training opportunities offer customers a customizable, in-depth curriculum designed to help optimize operations and efficiency. Known as the Aquajet Academy, this multi-day program goes beyond safe operation to focus on six key areas: products, the concrete removal process, streamlining work, safety and technique, service and train the trainer. Academy graduates serve as a resource for their operations with their in-depth knowledge of the Hydrodemolition method and equipment and how to leverage it for a competitive advantage. Again, the curriculum can be customized to the customer’s needs and it can be held on-site or at one of the U.S. facilities, in Monroe, Washington; St. Joseph, Missouri; or Stanhope, New Jersey.
“While safety is always a top priority, Aquajet’s goal is to provide much more than that with our extensive training options,” Simonsson said. “We connect customers with Hydrodemolition experts who not only show them how to safely operate the machine, but also open their eyes to new techniques or applications to optimize their operation. Providing continued training options that go beyond simple operation is important to helping our customers find long-term Hydrodemolition success.”
For more information on Aquajet’s North American training options, contact Brokk Inc. at 1-800-621-7856 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aquajet, which was acquired by Brokk AB in 2016, is known as the industry leader in Hydrodemolition machines and solutions, both in terms of quality and volume. The company’s headquarters and production facilities are in Holsbybrunn, Sweden. Similar to Brokk, Aquajet sells globally. For more information: Aquajet, Brunnsvagen 15, SE-574 53, Holsbybrunn, Sweden; +46 383 508 01; email@example.com; www.aquajet.se; YouTube; Facebook; LinkedIn and Vimeo. For more information: Brokk Inc., 1144 Village Way, Monroe, WA 98272; 800-621-7856; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.brokk.com; Facebook; YouTube; LinkedIn and Twitter