Exair’s new high temperature vortex tubes are ideal for spot cooling applications that are located in hot environments up to 200°C.
The tubes produce cold air temperatures down to -46°C and have cooling capacities of 135 to 10,200 Btu per hr.
High temperature vortex tubes convert an ordinary supply of compressed air into two streams – one hot and one cold.
Compressed air is the only source of power, eliminating the use of chemicals and refrigerants.
Cold air temperatures are adjustable from -46°C to ambient. The total airflow is 2 to 150 SCFM at 100 PSIG inlet air pressure.
High temperature vortex tubes have a durable stainless steel construction that resists wear and corrosion. There are no moving parts to wear out, assuring years of reliable, maintenance-free operation.
There are hundreds of cooling applications: some of the common include cooling electronic control panels, reducing tool wear in machining operations, process or part cooling, setting hot melt adhesives, cooling welding horns, and dehumidifying gas samples.
The high temperature vortex tubes are available from Compressed Air Australia.