What is an airflow amplifier?

The X°Air amplifier uses the COANDA effect to convey gas, smoke and small elements.

A small quantity of compressed air is used to create a large airflow. The amplification coefficient is 20:1.

How does a X°Air amplifier work?

The compressed air is injected through an orifice (3) into the annular chamber (5), and comes out via a circular and very thin orifice (1), at a very rapid pace (300 m/s). The flow referred to as primary air (4) follows the COANDA profile and induces a depression in the zone (4), which in turn entrains a large volume of air Vi called induced air.

The two airflows together produce a large volume of air with a rapid flow rate.

 

DIMENSIONS
Model
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
REF. ADR 10
38
19
57
11
18
1/8
14
REF. ADR 20
51
32
73
20
26
1/4
19
REF. ADR 40
76
51
83
40
27
3/8
19
REF. ADR 76
127
102
127
76
38
1/2
44