Flat Air Nozzle employs optimized blowing technology.

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Each orifice of Silvent 9002W is designed to optimize entrainment area, generating strong and efficient blowing force with minimal noise. Nozzle can deliver flat pattern with working blowing force of 21.2 oz and air consumption of 17.7 scfm at sound level of 80 dB(A). Available with male type ¼ in. BSP or ¼ in.-18 NPT threads, nozzle is constructed of Zytel engineered polymer and features aerodynamic slots. Blowing forces range from 13.1 oz at 40 psi to 34.5 oz at 120 psi.



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New Silvent 9002W Air Nozzle Introduces Completely New Blowing Technology Design



The new Silvent 9002W flat air nozzle utilizes a unique energy-efficient design that represents a completely new blowing technology. Each orifice is uniquely designed to optimize the entrainment area, generating a strong, efficient blowing force at an exceptionally low noise level. The air nozzle is made from Zytel, a high-performance engineered polymer material that enables the creation of unique and truly complex Laval orifices. These small orifices combined with the aerodynamic slots of the nozzle provide high efficiency and low noise. The new patented nozzle design allows it to meet or exceed the stringent requirements in a range of applications in the food and automotive industries, and meet OSHA safety regulations.

The Silvent 9002W air nozzle delivers a flat pattern with a working blowing force of 21.2 oz and air consumption of 17.7 scfm at a sound level of 80 dB(A). The nozzle is available with either male type 1/4" BSP or 1/4"-18 NPT threads. Maximum operating temperature is 356 °F (180 °C) and maximum operating pressure is 143.0 PSI. Blowing force ranges from 13.1 oz at 40 PSI to 34.5 oz at 120 PSI.

Headquartered in Sweden, Silvent is a global leader in the field of compressed air blowing. The company offers unique, cutting edge competence and patented products that help companies save enormous amounts of expensive compressed air, and improve the working environment for operators all over the world.

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