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4/7/2005

Blow-Off Nozzles

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With the ability to be interchangeable with other types of air blow-off nozzles, the Air WiskTM is said to offer universal nozzle installation solution for a range of industries and industrial applications.

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With the ability to be interchangeable with other types of air blow-off nozzles, the Air WiskTM is said to offer universal nozzle installation solution for a range of industries and industrial applications. The nozzle is said to provide uniform air pattern distribution, making it suitable for applications requiring a single nozzle or a number of nozzles in an array. The nozzle also exhibits industrial strength performance characteristics. Made of chemically resistant and durable ABS resin, the nozzle is rated for applications of up to 150°F. Operating between 80 and 120 psig, the nozzle also exhibits lower noise levels compared to other blow-off nozzles.

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