Exair unveils new cutting edge Long Super Air Knives

16-12-2009

Exair’s new Long Super Air Knives produce a laminar sheet of airflow to blow-off, dry or cool wide surfaces up to 96" (2438mm). 

The compact, energy efficient design minimizes compressed air use by entraining 40 parts room air to one part compressed air. 

It is ideal for use on wide parts, webs and conveyors.  

The Long Super Air Knives provide a uniform, high volume, high velocity curtain of air that is infinitely adjustable from gentle blowing force to a hard-hitting blast of air. 

The compact profile measures 1.75″ x 1.44″ (45mm x 37mm) with compressed air inlets located on each end and the bottom to permit easy mounting in tight spaces. 

The Long Super Air Knife is quiet, maintenance free, and has no moving parts to wear out.

Long Super Air Knives are available in 60" (1524mm), 72" (1829mm), 84" (2134mm) and 96" (2438mm) lengths that are fully assembled. 

They can be shipped in your choice of aluminium, Type 303 stainless steel, or Type 316 stainless steel. 

A factory installed plumbing kit is also available that makes it easy to connect Long Super Air Knives to any plant 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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