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Product description

Color:Only Gun

Description
Antistatic air gun is suitable for local electrostatic elimination, as well as the removal of dust caused by static electricity. Not suitable for removal of stubborn dust.
The Ionizing Air Gun needs to be used with your air compressor, the diameter of the air inlet is 8mm. Principle
The ion generating device generates a large amount of positive and negative ions.
It distributes both negatively amp; positively charged electrons via an air blast to a work are, resulting in less or no static buildup in the work area.
While eliminating static electricity, high-speed airflow can also remove dust attracted by static electricity. Features
Focused air flow, quick static elimination.
Light, easy to move and position.
Long life, easy to operate. Specification

Air Gun:
Input voltage: 4.6KV
Operating air pressure: 43.5-101.5PSI (recommended: 57-101.5PSI)
Air output: 3.5CFM@0.7bar, 5.3CFM@3.5bar
Air velocity: 10m / Sec
Ozone generation: Diameter of air inlet: 8mm.
HV cable length: 2.5m
Working environment: dust-free / general workshop
Working temperature: 0-122℉ Package include

Air gun x 1
8mm Air hose x 1

Anti Static Gun Ionizing Air Gun Antistatic Ionizer Electrostati

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