What are Super Air Amplifiers?

Super Air Amplifiers are efficient & have the highest amplification ratios of all. Super Air amplifiers are compact, lightweight, portable & have no moving parts, assuring maintenance –free operation.

To maintain critical position of the component parts, the patented design of the amplifier uses a special shim. This results in the release of exact amount of compressed air at precise intervals toward the centre of the Super Air Amplifier. A high velocity outlet flow across the entire cross.

sectional area is created by these jets of air. High Amplification ratio is created by pulling in additional free air through the unit. Wind shear is minimized by the balanced outlet airflow, to produce sound levels that are generally quieter than other air movers.

A slotted air gap of .003” (0.08mm) is supplied with Super Air Amplifiers which is ideal for most applications. Shim can be replaced with a thicker .006”(0.15mm) or .009”(0.23mm) shim to get increased force & flow. Air amplifier is easy to mount and maintain reducing both compressed air consumption and noise levels. It takes energy from a small volume of compressed air to produce a high velocity, high volume, low pressure output air flow.
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Super Air Amplifier Performance at 80 PSIG (5.5 BAR)

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How To Determine Super Air Amplii er Total Output Flow And Air Consumption

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Total                 From the performance curves (above), determine total output
Airl ow:             flow for any Super Air Amplifier at any pressure.
Example:           A Model 120021 at 60 PSIG (4.1 BAR) supply air pressure has a total output l ow of 120 SCFM (3,398 SLPM).
Air:                   Divide the total output l ow by the amplii cation ratio (shown in the chart)
Consumption:     to determine air consumption for any Super Air Amplii er at any air pressure.

In the example above, the Model 120021 at 60 PSIG (4.1 BAR) supply air pressure has a total output l ow of 120 SCFM (3,398 SLPM). Dividing this total output flow by its amplification ratio of 18 gives an air consumption of 6.7 SCFM (189 SLPM).
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