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Air nozzles blow hard but have 'soft' noses

28 June 2010

The new Exair PEEK Super air nozzles, which are available in the UK from from Good Hand, deliver strong blowing force while providing non-marring protection should the air nozzle come into contact with other surfaces. The engineered thermoplastic construction offers excellent resistance to chemicals, fatigue, and temperatures up to 160°C.

At 80psig, the sound level is under 76dBA, which meets recognised noise requirements. Safe operation is assured since the airflow cannot be blocked.
The Model 1110-PEEK Nano Super air nozzle with M6 x 0.75 inlet measures only 20mm in length, has an air consumption of 8.3scf/m and produces 8.1 ounces of blowing force. The Model 1102-PEEK Super air nozzle has a 1/8 BSP inlet, measures 30mm in length, has an air consumption of 10scf/m and produces 9 ounces of blowing force. The Model 1100-PEEK Super Air Nozzle has a 1/4 BSP inlet, measures 44mm in length, has an air consumption of 14scf/m and produces 13 ounces of blowing force.

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