An ultrahigh-pressure stream of water becomes a highly efficient and powerful cutting tool when garnet sand is mixed into the water stream and passed through the mixing tube on a waterjet cutting machine. Garnet sand is the lifeblood of abrasive waterjet cutting. But not all garnet is equal. That’s the opinion of Brian Yeakel, plant manager at Penn Stainless Products Inc. in Quakertown, PA. The family-owned service center, founded in 1979, exclusively cuts with Adirondack 50 HPX garnet produced by Barton International in Glens Falls, New York. Click here to read the full article.