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Deluxe Super Ion Air Knife Kits Available

31-01-2012
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EXAIR's Deluxe Super Ion Air Knife Kits are now available from Compressed Air Australia. These deluxe kits come with everything you will need to neutralise static electricity while blowing away dust and particulates from printed surfaces, paper, plastics and three dimensional shapes up to 96" (2438mm) across. It includes an Electronic Flow Control which turns on the Super Ion Air Knife only when it is needed, saving compressed air and money.  

Super Ion Air Knives are a powerful static eliminator that prevents jamming, tearing, shocks and dust up to 6.1m away.  The laminar sheet of air sweeps surfaces clean of static, particulates, dust and dirt. It requires only 3.7 SCFM of compressed air per foot of length at 5 PSIG (105 SLPM per 300mm of length at 0.3 BAR).

Deluxe Super Ion Air Knife Kits include a Super Ion Air Knife, Model 7907 Power Supply, EFC™, Universal Mounting System, shim set, filter separator and pressure regulator (with coupler). Super Ion Air Knives are available from stock in lengths starting at 3" (76mm) up to 96" (2438mm). For further details, please click here.

For more information contact:    Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Tel: 1300 787 688
Fax: 1300 787 637
Email: info@caasafety.com.au
Web: www.caasafety.com.au
GPO Box 2792
Darwin NT 0801
Australia    
 

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