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Aquajet hires application specialist

By Adam Freill   

Construction Equipment

Brian Gaede support Aquajet hydrodemolition customers throughout North America, providing training on best practices.

Brian Gaede (submitted photo)

Hydrodemolition technology company Aquajet has hired Brian Gaede as an application specialist. Gaede, who has more than 12 years of hydrodemolition experience, will support Aquajet customers throughout North America, providing training on best practices in a variety of applications and providing sales, technical and customer service support.

“We are thrilled to have Brian join the Aquajet team,” said Aquajet North American business development manager Keith Armishaw. “Brian brings years of valuable industry experience to the table, and his knowledge will help customers in all aspects of hydrodemolition. As demand for hydrodemolition continues to grow in a wide variety of applications, Brian will play a key role in ensuring customer success.”

Gaede joined the hydrodemolition industry early in his career at Midwest Mobile Waterjet, starting as an operator, working with equipment from multiple manufacturers, and later adding project management and safety officer responsibilities. Over the course of his career, he has trained staff on proper safety practices, equipment maintenance and hydrodemolition techniques in various applications.

Aquajet offers a variety of equipment, including robots, water treatment systems, and hydrodemolition pumps.

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“I’m ecstatic to relay what I’ve learned over the years to help Aquajet customers complete hydrodemolition projects as safely and efficiently as possible,” Gaede said. “Hydrodemolition will continue to be more widely incorporated across a range of applications. It’s crucial to have adequate manufacturer support from the introductory handshake until the work is complete. I’m excited to ensure Aquajet equipment runs optimally each step of the way.”

 

www.aquajet.se

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