Moving hot air is a breeze with Exair


Exair’s new High Temperature Air Amplifier offers a simple, low cost way to move high volumes of hot air to surfaces requiring uniform heating while in a furnace or oven. 

There are no impellers or moving parts to wear out.

The High Temperature Air Amplifier amplifies airflow up to 18:1 at outlet and is most efficient for pushing high volumes of hot air to points that typically remain cool. This special design is rated for environments up to 374°C and its surface is protected from heat stress by a mil-spec coating process (developed for the aircraft industry), allowing easy disassembly for changing shims or cleaning. Efficiency is high and the sound level is low at only 72dBA.

It is perfect for corrosive applications. 

Applications include:

  • Directing hot air to mould cavities for uniform wall thickness of the plastic part
  • Exhausting smoke and fumes
  • Distributing heat in ovens or moulds
  • Sampling flue gases

The High Temperature Air Amplifier is constructed of type 303 Stainless Steel and it is available in 1-1/4" (32mm) diameter only.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688


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