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2/15/2019

Soft Grip, Back-Blow Safety Air Gun Cleans Small Inside Diameters

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Soft-grip, back-blow safety air gun cleans both debris and liquids from inside small pipes/hoses, channels, bores, holes, internal threads and other internal parts to clear airflow.

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Exair’s Soft-Grip, Back-Blow Safety Air Gun uses a small back-blow nozzle to deliver a blast of air to blow debris and liquids from inside small pipe or hose diameters, channels, bores, holes, internal threads and other internal part features. The ergonomic design of the air gun keeps the operator’s hand in a comfortable position so it can be used for hours of continuous use without fatigue.

An array of holes on the Model 1004SS M4 Back-Blow Air Nozzle provides a forceful back-facing, 360-degree airflow to clear out coolant, chips and light oils from machining processes. This nozzle prevents blowing chips further into a part, tube or pipe, and helps eliminate safety hazards created by blowing debris coming out the far end of a pipe or tube. Air consumption is 4.5 SCFM at 80 PSIG, with a low sound level of 75 dBA. The nozzle is manufactured to clean inside openings as small as 1/4" (6mm) and up to 1" (25mm). It is constructed of type 316 stainless steel to provide durability and corrosion resistance. The air gun with nozzle is OSHA and CE compliant.

 

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