Compressed Air Australia's
new EXAIR range of CE Compliant air nozzles is designed to increase efficiency and decrease overheads.
The air nozzles vary in size and force, from the small 1108SS model, which exerts 56.7 grams of blowing force, to the large, high power 1120 model, which exerts 10.4 kg of strong blow off force.
Independent laboratory tests now certify that the air nozzles meet the rigorous safety, health, and environmental standards of the European Union. This means that the air nozzles have attained the CE mark.
By entraining high volumes of room air, the air nozzles use less compressed air and less energy, which the company states ensures superior performance. The air nozzles meet OSHA’s standard for dead-end pressure 29 CFR 1910.242(b) because unlike open pipes and nozzles that have not been optimised, this range of air nozzles cannot be blocked.
The entire range of EXAIR air nozzles also adhere to OSHA’s noise requirement 29 CFR 1910.95(a).