Vortex Tubes provide spot cooling.

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Using only factory compressed air, Vortex Tubes generate temperatures down to -30°F for spot cooling in industrial applications, equipment, and processes. Tubes separate compressed air into hot and cold air streams, lowering supplied air temperature by as much as 100°F and delivering refrigeration up to 6,000 BTUH. Control valve at one end of tube controls temperature and low pressure airflow. Models range from 6-13 in. long.



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Versatile Spot Cooling: Sub-Zero Temperatures From Compressed Air



Using only factory compressed air, ITW Vortec's Vortex Tubes generate temperatures down to -30°F for spot cooling in a wide variety of industrial applications, equipment, and processes. The Vortex Tubes separate compressed air into hot and cold air streams, lowering the supplied air temperature by as much as 100F° and delivering refrigeration up to 6000 BTUH. A control valve at one end of the tube controls the temperature and low pressure airflow. With no internal moving parts to break or wear out, Vortex Tubes offer reliable, maintenance-free operation and easy installation. Various models are available for specific cooling requirements and, at only 6" to 13" long, they serve as a very compact source of sub-zero air cooling for numerous uses.

ITW Vortec
10125 Carver Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242
(800) 441-7475 (513) 891-7474
Fax: (513) 891-4092
www.itwvortec.com
techsupport@vortec.com

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