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Spot cooling with compressed airSpot cooling with compressed air

August 23, 2008

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Spot cooling with compressed air

Designed for spot cooling applications in hot environments up to 392°F, Exair?s (Cincinnati, OH) new high-temperature Vortex tubes can produce cold air temperatures down to ?50°F. Eliminating the use of chemicals and refrigerants, the tubes convert an ordinary supply of compressed air into two streams?one hot and one cold, with cooling capacities of 135-10,200 Btu/hr. There are no moving parts to wear out, and the stainless steel construction resists wear and corrosion. Cold air temperatures are adjustable from ?50°F to ambient, making the tubes suitable for process or part cooling, reducing tool wear in machining operations, or cooling welding horns.?KD

Exair Corp. | www.exair.com

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