Air Movers, or air horns, are used wherever there is a need to disperse fumes, move air into confined spaces, cool personnel working in elevated temperature conditions, or cool machinery or products with a blast of directed air. Common applications are found in refineries, chemical plants, utilities and cogeneration units, metal fabrication plants, paper and pulp plants, shipyards, the marine industry and the steel industry. Texas Pneumatic air movers have been tested at an independent laboratory. The free flow ratings listed are based on tests to AMCA Standard 210. Under identical testing situations, Texas Pneumatic air movers equaled or exceeded the air flow of competitively manufactured air movers. Pneumatic air movers equaled or exceeded the air flow of competitively manufactured air movers.
FEATURES OF TEXAS PNEUMATIC AIR MOVERS:
- No moving parts.
- Used for venting hazardous areas.
- Maintenance is minimal
- Can be used as a blower or exhauster.
- Operates on compressed air or steam
- Connection for ground wire.
- Tested at an independent laboratory to AMCA Standard 210, equaling of exceeding the air flow of competitively manufactured air movers.
- Overall Length – 16.5 Inches
- Diameter of Base – 7.25 Inches
- Diameter of Top of Horn – 6 Inches
- NPT Size – 1/2 Inches
- Bolt Circle Diameter – 6.75 Inches
- Base Slot Diameter – 3/8 Inch
- Net Weight – 6.4 pounds
- Net Shipping Weight – 8 pounds