HOW IT WORKS: High Velocity Air Jet
- (A) A small amount of compressed air enters an annular chamber and is throttled through an adjustable internal ring nozzle above sonic velocity. This is called the 'coanda effect'
- (B) A vacuum is produced, entraining large volumes of surrounding air, thus converting the pressure to a high flow high velocity output.
- (C) An adjustable lock-ring can be used to increase/decrease flow.
Both the inlet & outlet can be ducted for remote location positioning. If an end is blocked, flow will reverse at well below OSHA requirements.