Please read and follow all of these instructions, in addition to the guidelines in the WJTA Recommended Practices handbook, available online at www.wjta.org. Deviating from safety instructions and recommended practices can lead to severe injury and/or death.
StoneAge has designed and manufactured this equipment considering all hazards associated with its operation. StoneAge assessed these risks and incorporated safety features in the design. StoneAge WILL NOT accept responsibility for the results of misuse.
Install mechanical stops, stingers and back out preventers as appropriate when doing any tube, pipe or vessel cleaning.
See the WJTA-IMCA’s Recommended Practices for the use of high-pressure water jetting equipment and/or the Water Jetting Association’s, WJA Code of Practice for additional safety information.
Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is dependent on the working pressure of water and the cleaning application. Managers, Supervisors, and Operators MUST carry out a job specific risk assessment to define the exact requirements for PPE.
See Protective Equipment for Personnel (Section 6) of WJTA-IMCA’s Recommended Practices For The Use Of High-pressure Waterjetting Equipment for additional information.