The WJTA-IMCA Expo is the annual tradeshow of the WaterJet Technology Association-Industrial & Municipal Cleaning Association (WJTA-IMCA). The Expo serves the global hydroblasting, vacuum truck, industrial cleaning and waterjet markets.
Major themes of WJTA-IMCA 2016 are the application and development of mechanized/automated hydroblasting systems, safety in manual and robotic industrial cleaning and technical innovation in fluid jet applications.
The preliminary 2016 program includes educational sessions, live outdoor demonstrations and an extensive exhibit hall with large equipment displays.
WJTA-IMCA is a globally recognized not-for-profit trade association with a reputation for fostering cutting edge technology and safety.
WJTA-IMCA’s focus on its industries saves you time and resources by drawing high quality, relevant participants.
WJTA-IMCA draws a high-level audience of attendees with industry leaders from the US Gulf Coast to around the world.
Exhibitors get results – reach new customers and suppliers and develop new business opportunities.
New Orleans is a world-class business, convention and tourism destination – the move in 2014 catalyzed significant and sustained growth in exhibits and attendance.
Primary Products/Industries Served
Contractors, Service Providers, Vendors, Rental,
Facility/Asset Owners, Researchers, Academics,
Vacuum Truck/Air Mover
Sewer Cleaning and Inspection
Robotics, Automation and Controls
Staffing and Finance
Nozzles, Tools, Parts and Components
The WaterJet Technology Association (WJTA) was formed in 1983 at the Second U.S. Waterjet Conference in Rolla, Missouri, when the WJTA founders saw a need for an association to serve the rapidly evolving technology of high and ultra high pressure waterjetting in its many applications.
The WJTA founders set a number of goals: to promote safety, to provide a means of industry communications, to foster trade, and to keep members up-to-date on the ever evolving art and science of high pressure waterjet technology. For thirty years WJTA has provided a forum for the leaders and innovators in the industry to pursue these goals and has grown into a world-class trade association.
The Industrial & Municipal Cleaning Association was added in 2009 to provide a forum for WJTA members with an active interest in high pressure cleaning and industrial vacuuming technology. The addition of the IMCA expanded the scope of the WJTA to include technologies used in conjunction with waterjets in industrial and municipal applications.