How Air Jets Work?
Air Jets utilize the coanda effect (wall attachment of a high velocity fluid) to produce air motion in their surroundings. As illustrated on the right, a small amount of compressed air (black arrows) is throttled through an internal ring nozzle above sonic velocity. A vacuum is produced, pulling large volumes of surrounding, or “free” air, through the jet (blue arrows). Both the outlet and inlet can be ducted for remote positioning. If the end is blocked, flow simply reverses at well below OSHA dead ended pressure requirements.
Air Jets "Quick Pick" Comparison
(Sorted by compressed air consumption)
|Model||Material||Description||Inlet Size||Air Consumption at 80 PSIG (5.5 Bar)||Force||Sound Level dBA|
|6019||Brass||Adjustable Air Jet||1/8 NPTM||18||509||16*||453||83|
|6013||Brass||High Velocity Air Jet||1/8 NPTM||22||622||20+||567||82|
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