AIR WIPES DRY, CLEAN AND COOL SMALL DIAMETERS

09-08-2019

Exair’s new Standard Air Wipe produces a 360° airstream that can blow off, dry, clean or cool the material passing through it. The split design can be clamped around continuously moving material such as wires, cables, hoses, pipes and extruded shapes. They are CE compliant and available from stock in aluminium in diameters from 3/8in (13mm) to 11in (279mm). Applications include wiping wire, drying inks, cooling hot extruded shapes and blowing off water, plating, coatings and dust.

The wipe ejects a small amount of compressed air through a thin slotted nozzle that pulls in high volumes of surrounding room air. The airflow uniformly ejects from the 360° of its inner diameter. Coupling brackets holding each half of the wipe together can be quickly latched together or released. Additional shims can be installed if more blowoff force is required. Air velocity can be varied with a pressure regulator and instant on/off control provides precision blowoff. Air consumption is 314L/min at 5.5bar and the sound level is low at only 82dBA.

Compressed Air Australia
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www.caasafety.com.au

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