When moving on a conveyor, the air knife is a device that blows the liquid and foreign objects of the product. Air knifes are usually carried out using recycled recycling processes as part of post-treatment or post-treatment, drying of light particles or small particles of other components and cleaning parts to be produced and cleaning conveyors. The first step is a high strength knife and uniform laminar flow. Also called streamline stream.
The industrial air knife is an air compression plenum that includes a series of continuous holes or slots, and compressed airflow in a laminar flow pattern. The speed of the exit air creates the air velocity in which the air touches the surface of an object. This wind speed is at least Mach 38,000 ft per min of the breeze and can replace the product surface without mechanical contact.
The air knifes provide a bearing strength that helps remove fluid, adjust fluid thickness, drain liquid layer, remove foreign matter, cool surface of product, or mechanically bind material to surface. Used. In addition, static electricity can be neutralized on some surfaces by injecting the current from the anti-static bar into the outlet air knife stream.
In most air knife manufacture applications, the air knife is stationary and the product passes through the airflow at the airflow velocity. In other cases, the product is stationary and the wind knife moves on the surface of the fixed product (reciprocating or rotating). The air knifes can effectively block the product application (disconnect the mechanical connection between two points). Air knifes are generally the most effective way to remove or control unnecessary surfaces or debris.