Compressed Air Innovations

Vortex Coolers









Features

– ∆T up to -40°C for the cold flow and +60°C for the hot flow, in comparison to the temperature at the inlet

– Easy to install, utilising flanges and magnetic support

– Patented system for recovery of hot air, to actuate an amplifier/conveyor

– Made from corrosion-resistant materials

– No moving part, so not subject to wear and tear

– No electricity or chemical substances required

– They do not cause sparks or interference

– Instant operation

– Reliable and maintenance free


Vortex Tube Working Principle




Air Knives







Features

– Designed to maximise the Coanda effect

– Dobule blow-off flow (both sides of the blade)

– Powerful, uniform flow, suitable for cleaning small and large surfaces

– Modular design and possibility of customisation

– No moving parts, so maintenance free

Air Amplifiers







Features

– Designed to maximise the Coanda effect

– Adjustable flow-rate

– Wide section for suction and blow-off, suitable for a variety of applications

– Instant operation

– No moving part, so not subject to wear and tear

– No electricity or chemical substances required

– More efficient than venturis and ejectors

– It does not cause sparks or interference

– Reliable and maintenance free

Condensate Separators


 





Features

– Water separation through the decrease in the temperature of the compressed air

– Only one moving part, the Automatic Drain

– Easy to install

– Made in technopolymer and brass OT58

– One size, with 3 possible flow-rate settings

– Maintenance free

– No electricity or chemical substances required

– Does not cause sparks or interferences

– Instant operation

– Possibility of combination with cooler VR50 to further lower temperatures

The Coanda Effect

Air Knives and Air amplifiers exploit the Coanda effect.

This effect can be explained as the tendency of air to follow the contour of a nearby surface.

The compressed air introduced in an amplifier or in an air knife is forced to pass through a reduced section, from 0.02mm to 0.08mm, and by lapping the surface nearby, the surrounding air is attracted towards the direction of the flow, so that the volume of air becomes from 5 to 20 times greater than it was at the inlet.



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