Cooling Coffee Mugs for Packaging

A company manufactures many products that consumers can have their personal photos printed on, such as coffee mugs, mouse pads, t-shirts, cakes/cookies, etc. The coffee mugs come out of the oven at 290°F, then are placed on a conveyor, to be carried to where the operator must pick up the mugs by hand and package them for transport to the printing facility. The mugs are on the conveyor for 3 minutes, with no other means to cool them except ambient air. The mugs do not get cool enough for the operators to comfortably handle in 3 minutes time. Six pieces of a Model 120022 2" (51mm) Super Air Amplifier on each conveyor line will provide a significant amount of air flow volume to the mugs, to sufficiently cool them to a comfortable handling temperature, from the time they leave the oven till they travel down the conveyor and reach the operators.

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