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Exair’s Long Super Ion Air Knives a cut above

22-02-2011
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Exair’s new Long Super Ion Air Knives neutralize static electricity while blowing away dust and particulates.

This product is ideal for printed surfaces, paper, plastics and three-dimensional shapes up to 96” (2438mm) across. 

The wide laminar airstream full of static eliminating ions is effective at high speeds and provides superior cleaning up to 6.1m away. 

Poor print quality, dust attraction, tearing, jamming, and related equipment downtime can be eliminated. 

The Long Super Ion Air Knife is highly efficient, using only a minimal amount of compressed air at 5 PSIG to entrain high volumes of surrounding room air.  An electrically powered static control bar fills the uniform sheet of air with a high concentration of positive and negative ions. 

The laminar airstream increases the surface exposure to the ions, making it effective for high speed processes and over long distances. Force can be adjusted from a "blast" to a "breeze".  The shockless design is UL Component Recognized to US and Canadian safety standards.  Power Supplies are CE and RoHS compliant.  There are no moving parts to wear out.

Long Super Ion Air Knives are available in 60" (1524mm), 72" (1829mm), 84" (2134mm) and 96" (2438mm) lengths that are fully assembled.  A factory installed plumbing kit is also available that makes it easy to connect Long Super Ion Air Knives to any plant’s compressed air system and obtain the best performance.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688
http://caa.exair.com

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