EXAIR Super Air Knife
The compact Super Air Knife provides a powerful curtain of airflow while reducing compressed air usage and noise when compared to other blowoffs. The knife offers an efficient way to clean, dry or cool parts, webs or conveyors, delivering a uniform sheet of laminar airflow across the entire length with hard-hitting force.
Even at high pressures of 80 PSIG (5.5 bar), the sound level is quiet at 69 dBA for most applications. Amplification ratios (entrained air to compressed air) of 40:1 are produced. The Super Air Knife meets WorkSafe and OSHA dead-ended pressure and noise requirements.
The best way to cut energy costs is through proper maintenance and use of the compressed air system. The most important factor to dramatically boost efficiency is proper use. The Super Air Knife uses only one-third of the compressed air of typical blowoffs used in cleaning, cooling and drying operations and can be instantly cycled on and off.
Super Air Knives are available in many lengths, from 76 up to 2743 mm, in a variety of materials that include aluminium, type 303 stainless steel, type 316 stainless steel and PVDF plastic.
Applications include part drying after wash, sheet cleaning in strip mills, conveyor cleaning, part or component cooling, web drying or cleaning, environmental separation, pre-paint blowoff, bag opening/filling operations and scrap removal on converting operations.
For more information: https://www.caasafety.com.au/products/super-air-knife/.
Phone: 08 8983 3999
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