Air Blowers and compressed air machines are the two main devices used by manufacturers to create high-speed air streams for industrial use.
The main difference between compressors and blowers is the pressure ratio. Compressors operate at a high-pressure ratio, and blowers a low-pressure ratio.
Air Knife Systems came into widespread use following the historic Montreal Protocol.
They were, however, around for decades before this, drawing on pioneering work from both engineering and physics.
Air Knives are often the most efficient and effective method of removing or controlling foreign substances for any surface.
Most Air Knives are stationary with products passing through them on a conveyor however there are also systems where the product is stationery and the Air Knives move around it.