Published 28-02-2019

SAFETY AIR GUN CLEANS SMALL DIAMETERS

21-02-2019

The 1004SS M4 Back Blow Air Nozzle, Exair's new soft-grip safety air gun, uses the smallest back-blow nozzle available to deliver a blast of air and effectively blow debris and liquids from small-diameter pipes and hoses and other internal parts. The ergonomic design keeps the operator's hand in a comfortable position, so it can be used for hours at a time without fatigue.

An array of holes provides a forceful back-facing 360-degree airflow to clear out any waste material from machining processes, preventing chips being blown further into a part and eliminating any safety hazard created by blowing debris out the back end of a pipe or tube.

Air consumption is only 127L/m at 551kPa with a low sound level of 75dBA. The nozzle is manufactured to clean inside openings from 6 to 25mm. It is constructed of type 316 stainless steel to provide durability and superior resistance to corrosion, and is OSHA and CE compliant.

Compressed Air Australia stocks a variety of Exair’s back-blow nozzle safety air guns for cleaning diameters up to 406mm. Chip shields to protect the operator from flying debris are included with the Soft Grip, VariBlast Compact and Heavy Duty models, and extension pipes from 152 to 1829mm are available.

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

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