Silvent 374 stainless steel air knife nozzle

Thursday, 17 September, 2015 | Supplied by: Spray Nozzle Engineering



Using an open pipe to supply compressed air can result in excessive noise levels and compressed air wastage. To combat this, Spray Nozzle Engineering supplies a range of safety air nozzles that reduce compressed air noise and usage.

The Silvent range of air knives can be constructed to meet any requirements and are used to clean, dry, sort or cool processes during manufacture. Silvent has a full range of stainless air knives for both food and industrial applications, as well as pre-made manifolds for ease of installation. This lowers the sound level, reduces energy consumption and increases the efficiency of the drying process.

The Silvent 374 nozzle creates a coned air stream of 335 mm at a distance of 150 mm with a wide striking surface — suitable for drying, sorting or cleaning wide objects. With the blowing force of 38.0 N and a length of 269 mm, the air knife is capable of withstanding high ambient temperatures and corrosive chemical environments, as well as satisfying the hygienic requirements of the food processing industry.

The Silvent 374 nozzle can reduce noise levels by up to approximately 80% and compressed air usage by up to 37%, according to the company.

Online: www.sprayingsolutions.com.au
Phone: 03 9583 2368
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