Spray Nozzle Engineering Silvent 2055 safety air gun
Using an open pipe to supply compressed air can result in excessive noise levels and compressed air wastage. To combat this, Spray Nozzle Engineering has a range of safety air nozzles which reduce compressed air noise and usage.
The Silvent 2055’s blowing force and long extension pipe can be used to blow deep inside food processing machines — a cleaning job that requires extra blowing force and a high degree of efficiency.
The safety air gun has an aerodynamic aluminum nozzle that provides a blowing force equivalent to five conventional compressed air guns. Compliant with OSHA safety regulations, the 2055-A is a powerful but safe air gun that is suitable for applications that require a high blowing force.
In applications that are hard to reach or hazardous for the operator, a properly dimensioned extension pipe protects the face from dangerous flying debris and spattering, and allows the user to maintain a more ergonomically working posture.
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