SAFETY AIR GUN BLOWS SWARF BACKWARDS

26-10-2017
Exair Model 1006SS Back Blow Air Nozzle

A novel soft grip back blow safety air gun from Compressed Air Australia delivers a backwards blast of air that can effectively blow debris and liquids from inside pipes or hoses, channels, bores, holes, internal threads and other internal features. The gun is ergonomically designed to keep the operator's hand in a comfortable position, and so it can be used for long shifts without fatigue.

An array of holes on the Exair Model 1006SS Back Blow Air Nozzle provides a forceful back facing 360-degree airflow to clear out coolant, chips and light oils from machining processes. The design of the nozzle prevents chips from being blown further into a part, tube or pipe and eliminates any safety hazard created by blowing debris out the far end of a pipe or tube.

Air consumption is only 22SCFM at 80PSIG with a low sound level of 80dBA. The nozzle is manufactured with a small profile and will fit inside openings as small as 22mm (7/8in). It is effective on diameters up to 102mm (4in).

The nozzle is made from durable and corrosion resistant type 316 stainless steel. The airflow that exits the nozzle is quiet and cannot be blocked, which complies with OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.95(a) and 1910.242(b).

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

 

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