The Venturi Blower system is available in a plastic or galvanized steel model, and in various sizes to best suit the demands of your job site. Compressed air or saturated steam powers the venturi blower fan. Small amounts of high-velocity air from the compressed air source pass through the casting and then out of the nozzle jets. The Venturi action is then created and the resulting pull is what creates the largest volumes of air: the air runs through the Venturi and then exits the diffuser.

Choose a small steel or plastic Venturi fan or go for the large one – Each recommended for use with a ½ inch hose that features a crow’s foot connection – Securing the air supply source to the inlet connection side. Easily determine the size required for your compressor, using the table that shows the amount of air consumed at different inlet pressures. The Venturi Blower system can operate in air or steam lines (140 PSI limit).

The Venturi Blower is a great choice – the lightweight construction makes it easy to transport and set up, and with the comfortable handles, a single person can easily move the Venturi Blower from one location to another. No guards are required with this air blower, and the Venturi has multiple inlet ports. Choose between plastic or steel diffuser, depending on your preference or the specific demands of your workplace. Each base has a static ground connection on all blower models and a one-piece housing made of cast aluminum.

Find and order a Venturi blower or opt for an alternate air blower. Contact our product experts if you have additional questions or details, and make sure your purchase makes sense for today and in the future.


What is a venturi and how can it be used to handle trimmings waste?

 A venturi is a device used in the converting industry to transport a continuous strip of scraps from a cutter, press, die or other machinery to a collection container, container, or packing machine for extraction. or reuse. A venturi can be used to transport paper, film, aluminum foil, plastic, or label matrix. Venturi-based pneumatic conveying systems use a fan to create a vacuum effect by inducing airflow through a tapered or narrow section of pipe. As forced air moves through this area, it increases in speed as the pressure decreases. Venturi was named after the Italian physicist Giovanni Battista Venturi, who explained this effect, and later the Venturi effect, in the late 18th century.


Removal Systems

The Venturi finishing system is a fast, simple and cost effective solution for small operations. Because a venturi only transports the trim and does not cut or process it in any way, it is also a good solution for operations that require the trim to remain intact and unprocessed. Compared to cutter/fan trim removal systems, ventures have some limitations. Venturis require more horsepower and therefore use more power than cutter/fan systems. The difference in energy costs increases with the number of ventures in operation at a plant. If you need more than one machine, a cutter/fan system can be much more profitable in the long run. Venturis only works with continuous cutting. If you need to cut, process, densify or transport even faster, a cutter/fan transport system is a better option. 


PAC Venturis

Precision Air venturi  are custom designed to better handle the unique trim waste of each operation. Both are reversible and rotatable in the field to direct airflow as required by system design and floor space. PAC venturi systems use dual-material collection nozzles to capture trimmings, matrices, and other debris at the source and remove it, helping companies eliminate line downtime, reduce maintenance needs, boost production, and segregate waste. waste streams. Silencers can reduce the noise of a running venturi. A proprietary non-stick coating can be added to the venturi to easily handle die debris and trimmings with pressure-sensitive adhesives. Wheels can give a venturi PAC the option of mobility.


Venturi blowers for confined spaces

When we talk about closed environments, there is one space that can potentially be the most problematic: tanks. In these closed and sealed spaces, hazardous and explosive fumes can cause potential damage. That is why effective ventilation and ductwork for these tanks are so important. But with tight space venturi fans, you can quickly extract dangerous fumes. Unlike a fan or confined space fan, these venturi fans and industrial blower fan in Dubai have no moving parts, so they are safer to use. These models of venturi confined space vents use compressed air or saturated steam to safely clean the bad stuff better than even a confined space fan. In short, these venturi fans are taking the competition by storm.



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