Air Blow Gun removes heavy or stubborn debris.

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Designed for use with tow-behind or large capacity compressors, Coilhose Cannon® features power-assisted Extreme Ease Trigger(TM) and is available with 2, 24, or 48 in. extensions with standard safety nozzle tip. Made from die cast aluminum, machined brass, aluminum, and stainless steel, unit requires inlet pressure of at least 90 psi and a hose ID of at least ½ inch. Standard model consumes 135 cfm at 100 psi, while multi-jet model has air consumption rating of 120 cfm at 100 psi.



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Coilhose Cannon®



This extreme high volume air blow gun introduced as part of Coilhose Pneumatics' new Extreme Construxion Accessories(TM) product line is as ergonomic as it is easy-to-use.

The Coilhose Cannon® may be used to remove heavy or stubborn debris in industrial or outdoor environments involving textiles, paper/ pulp, scrap metal, wood, concrete, asphalt, sewer, etc. or also in mining, shipyards, rail yards, heavy construction, and other areas that require extreme blow-off applications.

Its Extreme Ease Trigger(TM) is power-assisted and requires minimal force to actuate. This blow gun, with a ¾ inch female inlet, is for use with tow-behind or large capacity compressors and conforms to OSHA standards.

Made from durable materials: die cast aluminum, machined brass, aluminum and stainless steel. Coilhose recommends an inlet pressure of at least 90 PSI and a hose I.D. of at least ½ inch.

Available with 2 inch, 24 inch, or 48 inch extensions with standard safety nozzle tip to deliver a concentrated force to a small specific area - geared for, but not limited to outdoor use. Also available with a specially engineered multi-jet nozzle tip that utilizes the Coanda effect, generating a large amount of volume and thrust over a larger targeted area efficiently - geared for, but not limited to indoor use.

The standard safety extension model consumes 135 CFM at 100 PSI, while the multi-jet model has an air consumption rating of 120 CFM at 100 PSI.

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