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High Efficiency Airknives

What Are High Efficiency Airknives?

High Efficiency Airknives (Air Knives) are typically used in blow-off and drying applications that require high velocity air to remove dirt, debris and surface moisture from bottles, cans, and various fabricated parts.

The "XJ" and "XJS" High Efficiency Airknives can be powered by a blower and these air knives are capable of delivering exit air velocities of up to 38,000-fpm or 400-mph.

The following table compares typical efficiency of various Airknives:   

Features

Tear-Drop 
Airknives

Round Tube
Airknives
Square Tube
Airknives
Compressed Air
Airknives
Flow
Coefficienct (x)
x>93% 53%<x<65% 73%<x<78% 80%<x<85%
Effect on
Pressure
Minimal
Loss
Significant 
Loss
Moderate
Loss
Minimal
Loss
Effect on
Flow
Highly
Channeled
Faster
Dispersion
Moderate
Disperation
Slower
Dispersion
In-Field
Flexibility
Adjustable
Slot/Gap
Fixed
Slot/Gap
Fixed
Slot/Gap
Fixed
Slot/Gap

 

 

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