Jetting Limited has recently rebranded, changing its name to Aquaforce
Concrete Services Limited to incorporate its expanding services.
As well as specialising in hydro-demolition (high-pressure
water jetting), the company now undertakes sprayed concrete operations,
utilising its extensive experience in concrete repair projects.
Aquaforce’s General Manager Gavin Thomas said: “Aquaforce has recently invested in Aliva dry sprayed (gunite) concrete plant and training of all our personnel.
are continually looking at ways to expand the business and the addition
of our sprayed concrete services aligns with our hydro-demolition
works. We are now able to offer a full removal / re-instatement package
to our Clients.
have also invested in two water LGV tanker vehicles which allow us to
provide water supply and disposal of waste water services to further
complement the hydro-demolition works.”
Aquaforce Jetting demonstrated hydrodemolition techniques at the
Structural Concrete Alliance (SCA) demonstration day, which took place
at the Freyssinet factory in Telford, Shropshire on 5 June 2018.
Over 100 guests attended the event, which featured practical
demonstrations of modern repair and refurbishment solutions. Members of
the SCA, including Freyssinet, Sika and Mapei gave live demonstrations
of sprayed concrete, carbon fibre strengthening and cathodic protection
Members of the Aquaforce team were invited as a special guests to
give a presentation on hand lance and robotic hydrodemolition, which is
used for concrete removal and surface preparation.
The SCA brings together the Concrete Repair Association (CRA), Corrosion Prevention Association (CPA) and Sprayed Concrete Association (SCA) to provide a single co-ordinated voice, and source of reference for the structural concrete refurbishment and repair industry.