REGULAR ION AIR KNIFE: How it Works
(A) Compressed air enters through the Ion Air Knife inlet at the rear (or end) ports, and into a plenum chamber.
(B) As the compressed air stream leaves the Regular Ion Air Knife, the surrounding air is entrained and follows the ‘coanda’ profile of the Air Knife and along the front face of the static eliminating ion bar.
(C) This 30:1 amplified airflow maximizes force and velocity and serves a laminar sheet of air for reduced energy use in the blow-off of statically charged surfaces. This can remove static at long distances from the assembly!.