Air Nozzle suits cooling, drying, and blow-off applications.

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Made of tough ABS material and rated at 150°F, Airwisk™ Nozzle produces quiet, concentrated flat-fan pattern of air. High-impact air is discharged through recessed orifices with pinpoint accuracy. Nozzle is designed with several mounting holes to ensure accurate alignment and can be mounted individually or side by side for maximum coverage. With ¼ in. thread size, nozzle’s capacity ranges from 9.5 scfm at 20 psi to 32.1 scfm at 100 psi.



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BEX Introduces the Airwisk(TM) Nozzle for Blow-Off Applications



Ann Arbor, MI — BEX Incorporated, a leading manufacturer of industrial spray nozzles has introduced a new nozzle specific to blow-off applications. The BEX Airwisk™ nozzle produces a quiet, fast and concentrated flat-fan pattern of air that can help maximize cooling, drying and blow-off applications. The design efficiently controls compressed air usage, helps reduce energy costs and provides optimum air distribution. The air stream is produced by discharging air through recessed orifices producing a flow of high-impact air with pinpoint accuracy.



The nozzle is made of tough ABS material, rated at 150° F and has a maximum pressure of 100 psi. It is designed with several mounting holes to ensure accurate alignment and can be mounted individually or side by side, to provide increased coverage. Typical applications for the Airwisk blow-off nozzle are drying, cooling and cleaning of parts, air curtains and debris removal.



With ¼” thread size, the nozzle’s capacity (SCFM-standard cubic feet per minute) at various pressures range from 9.5 at 20 psi to 32.1 at 100 psi.



BEX has over 50 years experience in providing unique and patented technologies to improve spray application quality and reduce maintenance to industry. With thousands of models available from stock, BEX Spray Nozzles are manufactured in North America with international headquarters located in Mississauga, Ontario; U.S. headquarters in Ann Arbor, MI, and European headquarters in Willich, Germany.

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