Air Nozzles: Tech notes

Air Nozzles And Jets

We incorporate the proven Transvector amplification principle in our nozzle and jet designs. When compressed air enters the nozzle or jet, it fills a chamber with only one exit path - a 0.002" anular orifice. As air passes through this orifice, it accelerates to 300m per second and entrains free surrounding air as it exits.

The result is airflow volume up to 25 times more than the compressed air supplied.