Cold Air Gun Products

Tool Coolers use filtered compressed air (80-100 PSIG) and a vortex tube to produce cold air for industrial spot cooling. Cold air machining eliminates mist coolants and heat-related parts growth while improving tool life, part tolerance and surface finish quality. The unit is low cost, consumes no electricity, has no moving parts and is essentially maintenance free.

The Streamtek™ Tool Cooler often replaces costly mist coolants and improves the output and quality of all types of drying machining operations from plastics to metals. Made of heavy-gauge stainless steel, they are precision-machined, assembled and tested under strict quality control. They will never rust or pit when exposed to water, coolants, or other corrosive materials.

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Streamtek™ Tool Cooling Cold Gun System:
Streamtek™ Tool Cooler is a new solution to a very old problem. The Cold Air Gun Systems produces a flow of clean cold air flow at approximately 50°F (28°C) below inlet air supply temperature. The unit is powered entirely by compressed air and is muffled on both hot and cold end for quiet operation. It will remove heat to prolong your tool life and increase productivity on machining operations when liquid coolants simply cannot be used. In addition, there are no moving parts to wear out.

Tool Cooler Cold Gun System – Operation:
Streamtek™ Tool Cooling System uses a simple Vortex Tube to produce cold air at one end. The hot air is exhausted as waste at the muffled hot end of the Tool Cooler. As the cold exists through the flexible adjustable hose, it’s muffled. The adjustable hose is used to direct the air where cooling is needed.

To allow for easy mounting and portability the magnetic base is used to mount the Tool Cooler to the machine.

What types of Cold Air Vortex Guns do we carry?

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Material

Sound level

SCFM

Air Inlet

Regular

Stainless Steel

Under 70dBA

15 SCFM (425 SLPM)

1/4″ NPT

Advanced

Stainless Steel

Under 70dBA

30 SCFM (850 SLPM)

1/4″ NPT

What is the difference between the Regular and Advanced Tool Coolers?

The Advanced Cold Air Guns have twice the cooling capacity of the Regular Cold Air Guns – cooling the tool in less time. Both coolers are constructed of Stainless Steel (Type 303) and are available with dual-point or single-point flexible hose kits.

Use and Selection of your Cold Air Gun

Single Point Cold Air Gun

The Single Point Cold Air Guns should be used where a concentrated airflow is needed such as in grinding & drilling or other similar applications.

Dual Point Cold Air Gun

The Dual Point Cold Air Guns are typically used in applications where the heat is generated over a large surface area such as in milling, sawing, chill rolls or application of hot melt adhesives.

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Our Best Cold Air Guns  use filtered compressed air (80-100 PSIG) and a vortex tube to produce cold air for industrial spot cooling. Cold air machining eliminates mist coolants and heat-related parts growth while improving tool life, part tolerance and surface finish quality. The unit is low cost, consumes no electricity, has no moving parts […]

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$255.00 USD$375.00 USD
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Use and Selection of your Tool Cooler:

The Single Point Tool Coolers should be used where a concentrated airflow is needed such as in grinding & drilling. The Dual Point versions are typically used in applications where the heat is generated over a large surface area such as in milling, sawing, chill rolls or application of hot melt adhesives.

Controlling the Cold Air:

The Streamtek™ Tool Cooler Cold Gun System provides instant cold air! A solenoid valve (Model SLD00-1) is an excellent way to turn the compressed air supply to the Cold Gun system on-off as it is needed, which in turn conserves compressed air usage. A Manual Shutoff Valve (Model VLV014-1) can also be used to cycle on and off.

The Compressed Air Supply:

The Tool Cooler Cold Gun System is engineered to use compressed air supply of 80-100 PSIG (5.5 to 6.9 BAR). If lower input pressures are given, both temperature drop and flow will be reduced. A clean dry source of compressed air is imperative in the operation of the Streamtek™ Vortex Tube Tool Cooler.

Tool Cooler Specifications
Model No. Pressure Supply Air Consumption PSIG
PSIG BAR SCFM SLPM dBA
Regular Tool Coolers TC015S, T015D 100 6.9 15 425 72
Advanced Tool Cooler TC030S, TC030D 100 6.9 30 850 83

Cold Air Gun How does it Work?

Streamtek™ products use innovative compressed air technologies to improve productivity, increase equipment efficiency and deliver enclosure and spot cooling, conveying, and blow-off. If you don’t find a solution and/or idea for your application, or if you want additional details, call our factory at 1-705-770-4455 or email an Application Engineer.

Cold Air Gun Video

(A) Compressed air enters into the vortex tube component of the Tool Cooler.

(B) The vortex tube splits the compressed air into hot and cold air streams.

(C) The hot air from the vortex tubes is exhausted into the atmosphere after being muffled.

(D) The cold air stream enters the muffler and passes through the flexible hose, which directs the airflow to the point of use.

(E) A strong magnetic base provides quick n’ easy portability & mounting.

(F) Flexible cold air line

(G) Magnetic base for easy mounting

Applications

Streamtek™ products use innovative compressed air technologies to improve productivity, increase equipment efficiency and deliver enclosure and spot cooling, conveying, and blow-off. If you don’t find a solution and/or idea for your application, or if you want additional details, call our factory at 1-705-770-4455 or email an Application Engineer at support@stream-tek.com.

Applications
  • Tool sharpening
  • Drilling
  • Plastic Machining
  • Band Sawing
  • Plunge and form grinding
  • Drill & cutter grinding
  • Milling
  • Surface grinding
  • Tire grinding
  • Routing

Dimensions

No Coolant or liquids, ozone-depleting chemicals or residue.

Maintenance-free no moving parts.

The magnetic base provides user-friendly mounting and portability.

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Cold Air Gun FAQs

Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions relating to our Tool Cooler Cold Gun System. If you need additional help with your application and/or can’t find an answer to your question, please call our factory at 1-705-770-4455 or email an Application Engineer at support@stream-tek.com.

1. What is the difference between the Regular and Advanced Tool Coolers?

The Advanced Tool Cooler has twice the cooling capacity of the Regular Tool Cooler – cabinet cooling the part in less time. Both coolers are constructed of Stainless Steel (Type 303) and are available with dual-point or single-point flexible hose kits.

2. What’s the difference between the Vortex Tube and Tool Cooler?

The Tool Cooler has a fixed maximum flow capacity which cannot be adjusted. The control valve on the Vortex Tube within the Tool Cooler has been replaced with a preset orifice which allows the Vortex Tube to produce the absolute highest cooling capacity available. In addition, the Streamtek™ Tool Cooler also incorporates a cold end muffler, allows for a flexible hose kit, and includes a magnetic base for quick n’ easy mounting.

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The Streamtek™ Cold Air Gun Applications

Streamtek™ products use innovative compressed air technologies to improve productivity, increase equipment efficiency and deliver enclosure and spot cooling, conveying, and blow-off. If you don’t find a solution and/or idea for your application, or if you want additional details, call our factory at 1-705-770-4455 or email an Application Engineer. Here are some examples of applications:

Drilling

Milling

Tire grinding

Plastic Machining