Cold Air Guns are perfect for spot cooling and machine cooling operations. See a step by step video on how to take apart the Cold Air Gun and clean or change the generator.
Air Knives are air amplifiers, using a small amount of filtered compressed air to deliver a powerful, high velocity, laminar sheet of air over wide areas such as moving webs, film, sheets, strips, auto bodies and other large assemblies and objects.
Vortec Cold Air Guns excel at providing cooling for machining operations. This video shows the cooling power of these products and how they will help you increase dry machining speeds and productivity. For more information contact us today!
Vortec's line of Vortex A/C Enclosure Coolers provide our customers with many advantages, one of which is quick and easy installation. The Electric Vortex AC carries on this tradition as it comes pre-wired. Just mount the unit on the enclosure, mount the thermostat inside the enclosure and plug the unit into a 120V or 240V outlet. Installation time is less than 10 minutes.
In 1961, Vortec became the first company to develop technology for converting the vortex tube phenomenon into practical, effective industrial cooling solutions. Since then, Vortec has continued to refine and expand vortex tube applications to satisfy industrial needs.
ATEX Vortex A/C Coolers are designed specifically for purged electrical enclosures in ATEX Zones 2 and 22 and Temperature Class T4 areas. The ATEX Vortex A/C incorporates the most up-to-date features into Vortec’s line of highly reliable, cost effective enclosure coolers.
Vortec Air Flow Amplifiers deliver a large airflow for conveying, drying, cooling or weight sorting. They are especially useful for removing metal chips and scrap, ventilating fumes or smoke, and conveying small parts, pellets, powders and dust. Air Flow Amplifiers are easily mounted and can be used in both ducted and un-ducted applications.
Vortec's line of Vortex A/C Enclosure Coolers provide our customers with many advantages, one of which is quick and easy installation. A Vortex A/C can be installed on a standard enclosure in about 5 minutes. Thanks to the mechanical thermostat, there is no need to provide electricity to a thermostat or hook up a solenoid valve. This allows you to get the unit up and running in a fraction of the time.
Vortec’s Personal Air Conditioning Vests help protect workers from the dangers of heat stress, cold stress and fatigue while helping improve productivity by reducing or eliminating non-productive cooling and warming work breaks.
Vortec’s Round Air Flow Amplifiers extract fumes from welding, automobiles and truck repair, confined spaces and other localized areas. Available in 4 sizes, Air Flow Amplifiers are small and lightweight, easily moved from site to site, and have no motors and no spark hazard.
Vortec Spray Nozzles provide ultra-fine droplet-sized sprays for evaporative cooling, atomization, humidification and wetting. Superior to conventional hydraulic and piezoelectric nozzles, spray nozzles produce spray patterns that can be widely diffused or directed. The liquid stream is entrained by high velocity compressed air to create a range of micron-level spray droplets, resulting in greater surface coverage than conventional nozzles. With this more efficient use of the liquid, spray nozzles accelerate air-liquid interaction to give more effective cooling, humidifying, wetting and dust control.
The Dual-Force Vac operates in two modes: FILL mode and DISCHARGE mode; and will fill or empty a 55 gallon drum in under two minutes.
See how the frost free Cold Air Guns, models 611, 621 & 631, eliminate the mess of frost and condensation.
Vortec Cold Air Guns cool the tow (resin impregnated graphite fiber composite tape) to prevent adhesion prior to lay-up on MAG's Viper® Fiber Placement System.
Control system reliability decreases as temperatures rise, doubling with each 18 deg F (10 deg C) increase in temperature. To keep production on track, the Vortex A/C enclosure coolers protect control cabinets in harsh environments up to 175 deg F.
Air that rotates around an axis (like a tornado) is called a vortex. A vortex tube creates cold air and hot air by forcing compressed air through a generation chamber, which spins the air at a high rate of speed (1,000,000 rpm) into a vortex.