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COOLER TAKES COMPRESSED AIR TO THE POINT

10-07-2019
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Ideal for cooling small machining operations where liquid cooling is not appropriate, the Exair Mini Cooler provides a stream of -7°C cold air to prevent heat buildup, reduce downtime and increase productivity.

The Mini Cooler uses a vortex tube to convert a standard compressed air supply into cold air at -7°C. It has an output tube that can be bent into place to direct the cold airflow and an adjustable magnetic base for easy positioning. The maintenance-free unit is made from stainless steel and has no moving parts.

There is also a “dual point” option (pictured) that allows the cold air outlet to be directed at two different spots when cooling larger diameter tools, cooling two separate points or both sides of a material or process.

Available from Compressed Air Australia, the Mini Cooler is also suitable for cooling sewing needles, blades, small tools and lens grinding. All Mini Coolers are CE complaint and operate at a quiet 76dBA.

Compressed Air Australia
1300 787 688
www.caasafety.com.au

 

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