Transvectors use the impulse principle to achieve amplified airflows. When compressed air enters the Transvector, it fills a chamber that has only an exit path - a 0.05 mm. anular orifice. As the air is forced out of the orifice, it accelerates and collides with surrounding air entraining a grat volume of free, ambient air. The result is a large volume of output air in return for a small amount of compressed air.