Cold Air Guns: Applications

Cold Air Guns are most often used for cooling of metal parts, in the machining and repair of metals, plastics, wood, ceramics and other materials. Cold air machining outperforms mist coolants and substantially increases tool life and feed rates on dry machining operations.

  • Milling, drilling, turning and other metalworking operations
  • Machining of plastics, composites, wood and other materials
  • Bearing installation and replacement
  • Surface grinding, drill and tool sharpening
  • Cooling of molds and molded pieces
  • Cooling of hot metal parts
  • CNC Routers, blades and band saws
  • Spot cooling of parts and assemblies
  • Industrial sewing and textiles
  • Setting hot melts and adhesives
  • Thermal testing of sensors
  • Cooling welds and solders