Cold Air Guns are used in various industrial processes, fabrication, assembly and packaging as a versatile spot cooling device. Most popular applications involve cooling during the machining of metals, plastics, wood, rubber, ceramics and other materials. Cold Air Guns provide effective cooling for most dry machining operations, allowing increases in feed rates and extending tool life. With no moving parts to wear out, the internal vortex tube converts factory compressed air into a sub-zero air stream, producing temperatures down to as much as
Widely used in milling, drilling turning and other metalworking operations
Machining of plastics, composites, wood and other materials
Surface grinding, drill and tool sharpening
CNC routers, blades and bands saws
Spot cooling or parts moulds and assemblies
Industrial sewing and textiles
Setting hot melts and adhesives
Adjustable Cold Air Gun – Our most popular and versatile model.
Mini Cold Air Gun – Its compact size allows close positioning on grinding operations.
Thread Guard® – Keeps sewing needles cool to reduce breakage and thread burning.
Hot Air Gun – Spot pre-heating (up to 200°+ F) of parts and processes, using no electricity.
Features and Benefits
Eliminates the mess, expense and safety concerns of using mist coolants
Avoid secondary parts cleaning after machining
Increases dry machining speed up to 36%
Extends tool life up to 50%
Low pressure air output helps clear chips and dust
Reduces grinding wheel loading caused by overheating
Cools parts to reduce normalization time and hold tight part tolerances
Uses only filtered compressed air – no Freon required (no CFCs/HCFCs)
Single turn adjustable temperature for your specific application
Exceptionally reliable – no moving parts – quiet operation
Magnetic base for easy installation and “machine-to-machine” portability
5-micron filters included with Cold Air Gun Systems
Meets OSHA noise and dead end pressure specifications