Mini Cooler Cools Small Parts And Tools

Nov. 1, 2000
A stream of 20°F cold air is provided by the firm's new Mini Cooler to prevent heat buildup, reduce downtime and increase productivity. It is effective on small machining operations to eliminate burning, melting and heat-related breakage. The

A stream of 20°F cold air is provided by the firm's new Mini Cooler to prevent heat buildup, reduce downtime and increase productivity. It is effective on small machining operations to eliminate burning, melting and heat-related breakage. The cooler incorporates a vortex tube that converts an ordinary supply of compressed air into cold air at 20°F. Flexible tubing that holds its position is provided to direct the cold airflow. An adjustable magnetic base allows easy positioning. Durable stainless steel construction and an absence of moving parts assures maintenance free operation. The device is suited for applications where liquid cooling cannot be used due to part contamination or cost.

Company: EXAIR CORP.

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