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Performance Data



Super 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
120020 6.1 173 12 73 2,066 219 6,198 69
120021 8.1 229 18 146 4,132 436 12,339 72
120022 15.5 439 22 341 9,650 1,023 28,951 72
120024 29.2 826 25 730 20,659 2,190 61,977 73
120028 120 3,396 25 3,000 84,900 9,000 254,700 88
Model 120028 tested with .009" (0.23mm) thick shim installed. All other models tested with .003" (0.08mm) thick shim installed.



Super Air Amplifier Output Flow and Air Consumption

How To Determine Super Air Amplifier Total Output Flow And Air Consumption

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

Example: A Model 120021 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 any Super Air Amplifier at any air pressure.

In the example above, the Model 120021 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).

Super Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern

Super Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern
Models 120020, 120021, 120022 and 120024

Super Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern
Model # A B C D
120020 inch 1.25 2.2 4.1 6
mm 32 56 104 152
120021 inch 2 2.9 4.7 6.5
mm 51 74 119 165
120022 inch 2.75 3.55 5.15 6.75
mm 70 90 131 171
120024 inch 4.5 5.3 6.9 8.5
mm 114 135 175 216

 

Model 120028 Super Air Amplifier Airflow Pattern
Model 120028



Super Air Amplifier Kits include a Super Air Amplifier, shim set, filter separator and pressure regulator.
Kits include a Super Air Amplifier, shim set,
filter separator and pressure regulator (with
coupler).

Electronic Flow ControlElectronic Flow Control
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