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High Temperature Air Amplifier Specifications

Performance Data


High Temperature Air Amplifier Performance
at 80 PSIG (5.5 BAR)
Air Consumption Amplification Air Volume at outlet Air Volume at 6" (152mm) Sound Level
Model SCFM SLPM Ratio SCFM SLPM SCFM SLPM dBA
121021 8.1 229 18 146 4,132 436 12,339 72
Tested with .003" (0.08mm) thick shim installed

How To Determine High Temperature Air Amplifier Total Output Flow And Air Consumption

Total Airflow:
From the performance curve (above), determine total output flow for the High Temperature Air Amplifier at any pressure.

Example: The Model 121021 at 60 PSIG (4.1 BAR) supply air pressure has a total output flow of 120 SCFM (3,398 SLPM).

Air Consumption:
Divide the total output flow by the amplification ratio (shown in the chart above) to determine air consumption for the High Temperature Air Amplifier at any air pressure.

In the example above, the Model 121021 at 60 PSIG (4.1 BAR) supply air pressure has a total ouput flow of 120 SCFM (3,398 SLPM). Dividing this total output flow by its amplification ratio of 18 gives an air consumption of 6.7 SCFM (189 SLPM).

High Temperature Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern

Airflow Pattern

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