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10/10/2018

Stainless Steel Air Jets Resist Corrosion, Heat

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Exair’s 303SS air jets are designed to provide reliable and efficient blowoff and cleaning within corrosive, high temperature or washdown environments.

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Exair’s 303SS air jets are designed to provide reliable and efficient blowoff and cleaning within corrosive, high temperature or washdown environments. These 1/8 NPT stainless steel air jets replace open tubes and pipe nipples on parts cleaning, drying and cooling operations.  With temperature rated up to 400°F, they will produce up to 1.25 lbs of force upon their target.

Available in two styles, the high velocity air jet provides maximum force with a confined and directed airstream. The adjustable air jet eases control of the air upon the target with its micrometer air gap indicator. The air jets take advantage of the Coanda effect to pull in the surrounding ambient air and increase the total volume of air impacting the target area. Both the outlet and inlet can be ducted for remote positioning.

Air jets like these require a small amount of compressed air. Typical shop noise level reductions range from 8 to 10 dBA, according to the company. All Exair air jets and nozzles meet OSHA static pressure requirements and CE safety standards.

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