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High Velocity Air Jet
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The High Velocity Air Jet (also known as ‘High Force Air Jet’), provides adjustable maximum thrust with a confined, directed airflow. This High Velocity high force Air Jet is an ideal choice for chip removal, part ejection and/or part drying. It have ¾” (19 mm) OD outlet /w 1/8″ NPTF inlet and its made of Anodized […]
HIGH VELOCITY AIR JET: Information
The STREAMTEK High Velocity Air Jet will provide you with absolute maximum thrust with a confined, directed stream of air. This high velocity high force air jet is commonly used for chip removal, part ejection and part drying.
Unlike some competitive Air Jets, the STREAMTEK High Velocity and High Flow Air Jets do NOT use cheap plastic shims to alter your air consumption, flow, force and vacuum. Instead our Air Jets are all made adjustable with a lock-ring to ensure the security of virtually any gap setting you require.
HIGH VELOCITY AIR JET: Specifications
@ 80 PSIG (5.5 BAR)
|Force *||Sound Level**|
|HVAIRJT||¾ (19 mm)||1/8″ NPTF||21 SCFM
* Force is measured at 12″ (305mm) from target with a .015″ (.38mm) pre-set factory gap.
** Sound level (dBA) measured at 36″ (914mm) from outlet.
HIGH VELOCITY AIR JET: FAQs
Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions relating to our High Velocity Air Jet! 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 email@example.com
1. Can I use the High Velocity Air jet with a Stay Set Hose?
Yes. All our Air Jets are constructed of lightweight aluminum which will work seamlessly with virtually any Stay Set Hose found today. At this time, STREAMTEK does not offer its own Stay Set Hose.
2. What is the difference between the High Flow & High Velocity Air Jets?
The only difference is I.D. of the outlet opening for the amplified air flow. The high flow air jet has a larger opening, where the high velocity air jet has a smaller outlet opening. The outlet O.D. remains at ¾” (19 mm) for both!
The high flow air jet is used more for cooling and light blow-off while the high velocity air jet is used mainly for heavier blow-off applications.
3. Can I adjust the Airflow and Thrust?
Yes. Both Airflow and Thrust are made adjustable with a lock-ring to assure the security of any gap setting you may desire. Gone are the days of flimsy plastic shims that often get lost and/or damaged.
HIGH VELOCITY AIR JET: How it Works
(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.
HIGH VELOCITY AIR JET: Advantages
The STREAMTEK High Velocity Air Jet is significantly more efficient than your standard Nozzle, although often consuming as much compressed air.
HIGH VELOCITY AIR JET: Dimensions