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Can I increase my air pressure with an Air Amplifier?
No. Air Amplifiers amplify volume, not pressure. Air Amplifiers use small volumes of compressed air to produce high volume outlet flows with low outlet pressures (well below 1 PSIG). If low pressure is a problem, it is best to evaluate the compressed air system. Restrictive fittings, undersized lines, clogged lines or a maxed out compressor may be the problem.
Air Amplifiers
  1. Can I increase my air pressure with an Air Amplifier?
  2. Can I connect the output of a Vortex Tube to an Air Amplifier?
  3. If I am attaching duct to the Air Amplifier, how much ducting can I attach to an Air Amplifier?
  4. How is the volume of air 6" (152mm) away from the unit more than at the exit point?
  5. How do I set the gap on the Adjustable Air Amplifiers?
  6. What are the temperature limits of the Air Amplifiers?
  7. What is the difference between the Super Air Amplifier and the Adjustable Air Amplifier?
  8. What are the available materials of construction for the Air Amplifiers?
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