Coppus Jectair HP 14 inch Compressed Air Fan 8000 CFM at 80 PSIG Inlet Pressure 9

Model:
9
Brand:
COPPUS
Build Time:
10 to 15 Business Days ?
Ships By:
Freight

Build Time

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The unmatched performance of the COPPUS Jectair® HP is recognized throughout the industry. When compared with olderstyle air horns, the patented air mixing chamber of the Jectair® HP can produce up to a 40:1 air flow conversion and up to 26 percent savings on compressed air consumption.

Features
Multiple expansion nozzles machined into housing
High static pressure capabilities
Diffuser material available in steel, aluminum or shock-resistant polymer (Hornet HP)
No moving parts (virtually maintenance free)
Static bonding cable (standard on all models) with spring tension grip and replacement contact tips


Model No.:
9
Warehouse:
Florida
Made In U.S.A.:
Yes
Type:
Compressed Air Fans
Blade Size (Inches):
14
CFM Low:
6880
CFM Medium:
8000
CFM High:
8900
Construction:
Diffuser: Yellow Powder-Coated Steel
Inlet: Cast Aluminum
Weight lbs.:
42
Notice: Manufacturer's products features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
California Residents: warning WARNING- This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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