Silvent 300 customised air knife system
Silvent air knives create a broad but narrow flow of air to achieve a pneumatic scraping effect without mechanical contact.
Available from Spray Nozzle Engineering, the Silvent 300 in stainless steel is a highly flexible air knife system that is not limited to any specific lengths; the length of the manifold tube and its number of nozzles can be specifically tailored for nearly any application.
The air knife set-up achieves lower air consumption and noise and higher blowing force. The nozzle thread connection is available in two directions — straight or perpendicular, depending on the nozzle outlet direction. The compact air knife design with high capacity (½″ air supply size) coupled with a compact mounting bracket with full adjustability suits a variety of applications.
Silvent’s two-step blowing process enables two separate air streams on the same air knife. The high-quality nozzles will withstand higher wear, especially on the protective ribs. The nozzle outlet holes are evenly positioned along the whole nozzle width, providing a homogenous and uniform blowing pattern on the air knives.
With three standard sizes available, the air knives may be ordered with or without built-in flow regulation. With flow regulation, the blowing force can be fine-tuned to the exact amount of force required, minimising both the noise level and air consumption.
The air knives are made entirely from stainless steel and are suitable for the most demanding applications, such as those involving aggressive chemical environments and high ambient temperatures or the stringent hygienic requirements of the food processing industry.
For more information: http://www.sprayingsolutions.com.au/silvent-air-nozzles-guns-silencers/
Phone: 03 9583 2368
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