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Available with independent adjustment of airflow and temperature at cutting site, Silvent F1 air nozzle allows operator to set air consumption in relation to cold fraction required. It has refrigeration capacity from 0-94 Btu/hr, air consumption from 0-17.7 scfm and temperature reduction up to -99°F. EU Machine Directive and OSHA safety standard compliant unit is available as single unit on Flexblow hose in 3 lengths from 16-24 in., or as 4 nozzle Flexblow unit in 3 lengths from 17-25 in.



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Silvent F1 Air Nozzle Delivers Significant Improvement In Spot Cooling



Date: April 2009

The Silvent F1 Air Nozzle is designed to deliver a significant improvement in the spot cooling technology used to maintain a reduced temperature during the machining process. The new patent-pending design permits independent adjustment of airflow and temperature at the cutting site. This allows the operator to quickly and easily set air consumption in relation to the cold fraction (temperature reduction) required. The optimal combination of airflow and temperature reduction also greatly extends tool life, blows away chips and contributes to higher precision machining. The F1 nozzle generates an exceptionally low noise level, achieving compliance with both the EU Machine Directive and OSHA safety standards. The F1 Air Nozzle has a refrigeration capacity from 0- 94 Btu/hr, air consumption from 0-17.7 scfm and a temperature reduction up to -99°F (with inlet air at 70°F.)

The compact Silvent F1 Air Nozzle is simple to install and it easily replaces existing standard nozzles. The F1 Air Nozzle is available as a single unit on a Flexblow hose in three lengths from 16" to 24", or as a four-nozzle Flexblow unit in three lengths from 17" to 25". Both are supplied with a magnetic base.

Silvent North America L.L.C. is a distributor for Silvent AB, headquartered in Sweden. Silvent designs and manufactures the widest selection of compressed air nozzles, safety air guns and safety silencers in the world - all with unique, patented advantages.

Contact: Keith Timmons

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