360° Air Wipe: How it Works
(A) Compressed air flows through a standard 1/4″ NPTF inlet and into an annual chamber.
(B) The compressed air is then throttled through a small ring nozzle at high velocity.
(C) The airstream clings to the ‘coanda’ profile and is angled to create a “cone” of air to wipe, dry and clean a surface.
(D) The surrounding air is entrained, creating a high volume flow of air into the primary airstream.
(E) The wet and/or direct material should travel against the flow.