EXAIR Vortex tubes

Saturday, 01 October, 2022 | Supplied by: Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd


EXAIR Vortex Tubes provide a maintenance-free solution to a variety of industrial spot cooling problems. Using an ordinary supply of compressed air as a power source, vortex tubes create two streams of air, one hot and one cold, with no moving parts.

Vortex tubes can produce temperatures from -46 to +127°C, flow rates from 1 to 150 SCFM (28 to 4248 SLPM) and refrigeration up to 10,200 Btu/h (2571 Kcal/h). Temperatures, flows and cooling power are adjustable over a wide range using the control valve on the hot end exhaust.

Over the years, the basic vortex tube has been used in a multitude of industrial cooling applications, leading to the development of applied products designed to suit the specific application. These include the Adjustable Spot Cooler, Mini Cooler, Cold Gun and Cabinet Coolers for cooling and purging electronic control panels.

Standard vortex tubes are suitable for ambient temperatures up to 52°C. High-temperature vortex tubes for ambient temperatures above 93°C are also available.

Applications include cooling electronic controls, cooling machining operations, cooling CCTV cameras, setting hot melts, cooling soldered parts, cooling gas samples, electronic component cooling, cooling heat seals and cooling environmental chambers.

For more information: https://www.caasafety.com.au/products/vortex-tubes/.

Online: www.caasafety.com.au
Phone: 08 8983 3999
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