Air Amplifier by Supreme Air Products

Air amplifier

WHAT IS AN AIR AMPLIFIER?

Supreme Air Products Adjustable Air Amplifier is a pneumatic product designed to move large quantities of air over short or long distances using only compressed air. This product is ideal for removing fumes, smoke, particles, and light materials. Since Air Amplifiers use only a small amount of compressed air to move much larger volumes of air, they are safe and economical to operate. An Amplifier will increase airflow up to 30 times at the outlet by entraining the surrounding air. It also has an infinitely adjustable gap which can regulate the air consumption and outflow from a “breeze” to a “blast”.

Type of Air Amplifiers We Offer?

Supreme Air Products Adjustable Air Amplifiers are offered in aluminum or stainless-Steel material suitable for high temperature applications. We offer sizes ranging from ¾ inch to 4 inches.

Adjustable Air Amplifier

Hi-Temp Adjustable Air Amplifier

Corrosion Rating

Low

High

Temperature Rating

up to 275°F (135°C)

up to 700°F (375°C)

Air consumption @80 PSIG (5.5Bar)

8.5 SCFM – 52 SCFM

13 SCFM – 29 SCFM

Material

Aluminum & Stainless Steel

316 Stainless Steel

Amplification Ratio

Up To 30:1

Up To 30:1

Available Size

3⁄4” (19mm) up to 4″ (102mm)

1 1⁄4” (32mm) up to 2 1⁄2″ (64mm)

How does a Supreme Air Products Adjustable Air Amplifier work?

(1) Compressed air enters the Air Generating unit through a female NPT inlet. It is forced out through a small adjustable gap and travels over a series of angles into the air chamber at a high velocity.
(2) The airflow exits the air chamber over a ‘coanda’ profile, thereby creating a vacuum which entrains the surrounding air into the primary airstream.
(3) This combined flow of primary & surrounding air is then exhausted from the Air Amplifier at a high velocity and high volume.

Important Information

Air Amplifiers are easily mounted by a hose and clamp or by using our Air Amplifier Mount found in the “Accessories” section. Airflow rate is easily adjusted on the amplifier by loosening the locking ring and turning the insert in a clockwise direction to minimize the output or counterclockwise direction to maximize the output. Air amplifiers are preset to .002” gap from the factory.

Air Amplifier Comparison
Temperature Rating Sound Level Corrosive Applications Sizes Available
Aluminum 275°F (135°C) Variable No 3/4″ to 4″
(19 to 102 mm)
Stainless Steel (Type 303) 400°F (204°C) Variable Yes 3/4″ to 4″
(19 to 102 mm)
Hi-Temp Stainless Steel (Type 316) 700°F (371°C) Variable Yes 1-1/4″ or 2-1/2″
(32 or 64 mm)

SPECIFICATIONS

Performance Data

Diameter Model # Material Throat Diameter Amplification Ratio
3/4″ AA034A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 0.40″ (10 mm) 10:1
1″  AA001A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 0.84″ (21 mm) 13:1
1¼” AA114A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 1.01″ (26 mm) 16:1
2″ AA200A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 1.67″ (42 mm) 20:1
2½” AA212A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 2.03″ (52 mm) 23:1
3″ AA003A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 2.20″ (56 mm) 25:1
4″ AA400A Aluminum 275°F (135°C) 3.02″ (77 mm) 30:1
3/4″ AA034S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 0.40″ (10 mm) 10:1
1″ AA001S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 0.84″ (21 mm) 13:1
1¼” AA114S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 1.01″ (26 mm) 16:1
2″ AA200S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 1.67″ (42 mm) 20:1
2½” AA212S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 2.03″ (52 mm) 23:1
3″ AA003S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 2.20″ (56 mm) 25:1
4″ AA400S 303 Stainless – 400°F (204°C) 3.02″ (77 mm) 30:1

How to Determine Air Consumption & Total Output Flow for any Hi-Temp Adjustable Air Amplifier?

Total Airflow:
From the performance graphs (below), determine the total output flow for the Hi-Temp Adjustable Air Amplifier at any pressure.

Air Consumption:
(Tested with factory pre-set .002″ Gap). See the chart below for quick reference OR divide Total Output Flow by Amplification Ratio, using performance graphs below.

1-1/4″ 2″ 2-1/2″ 4″
PRESSURE SUPPLY SCFM SLPM SCFM SLPM SCFM SLPM SCFM SLPM
20 PSIG (1.4 Bar) 4.5 127 8.0 226 12.0 340 18.0 509
40 PSIG (2.8 Bar) 7.0 198 12.0 340 19.5 552 28.0 792
60 PSIG (4.1 Bar) 10.0 283 16.0 453 24.5 693 37.0 1047
80 PSIG (5.5 Bar) 13.0 367 22.0 623 29.0 821 52.0 1472
100 PSIG (6.4 Bar) 14.5 410 25.5 722 35.0 991 60.0 1698
120 PSIG (8.4 Bar) 17.0 481 30.5 863 42.0 1189 66.5 1882

FAQS

1. Can my compressed air pressure be increased with an Air Amplifier?

No. The Adjustable Air Amplifier only amplifies volume, not pressure. The outlet pressures are well below 1 PSIG. The Air Amplifiers takes energy from a small volume of compressed air to produce its high velocity, high volume, low pressure output airflow.

2. How do I mount the Air Amplifier?

A rigid air pipe is the optimal way to mount the Air Amplifier. The rigid air pipe will easily hold up to the very large air flow created.

3. Can I connect the cold end of a Vortex Tube to an Air Amplifier?

No. The Air Amplifier would restrict the air flow of the Vortex Tube to the point where back-pressure would limit the cooling capacity of the Vortex Tube. The cold end of the Vortex Tube should not be subjected to a backpressure in excess of 5 PSIG.

4. I’d like to attach ducting to the Air Amplifier, how much ducting is ok?

We recommend a maximum of 15′ of ducting on the exhaust side of the Air Amplifier and a maximum of 5′ of duct on the intake side of the Air Amplifier.

APPLICATIONS

Removing Weld Smoke

Dust Collection

Removing Harmful Gases

DIMENSIONS

Use below buttons to download dimensions drawings in PDF of our Air Amplifiers.

ADJUSTABLE AIR AMPLIFIER
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ADJUSTABLE AIR AMPLIFIER
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DIMENSIONS: Adjustable Air Amplifier
A
(O.D.)
B C D E F G H
(I.D.)
3/4″ 3/4″
(19 mm)
1″
(26 mm)
1.35″
(34 mm)
2.10″
(53 mm)
1/8″
(3 mm)
0.45″
(11 mm)
0.40″
(10 mm)
1″ 1″
(26 mm)
1.75″
(44 mm)
1.25″
(32 mm)
1.65″
(42 mm)
2.54″
(65 mm)
1/4″
(6 mm)
0.80″
(20 mm)
0.84″
(21 mm)
1¼” 1.25″
(32 mm)
2.00″
(51 mm)
1.37″
(35 mm)
1.85″
(47 mm)
2.85″
(73 mm)
1/4″
(6 mm)
1.00″
(25 mm)
1.01″
(26 mm)
2″ 2.00″
(51 mm)
3.00″
(76 mm)
1.50″
(38 mm)
2.25″
(57 mm)
3.25″
(83 mm)
3/8″
(10 mm)
1.05″
(26 mm)
1.67″
(42 mm)
2½” 2.50″
(64 mm)
3.50″
(89 mm)
2.50″
(41 mm)
3.50″
(61 mm)
5.50″
(92 mm)
3/8″
(10 mm)
7.78″
(30 mm)
2.03″
(51 mm)
4″ 4.00″
(102 mm)
5.00″
(127 mm)
3.20″
(81 mm)
2.85″
(72 mm)
5.00″
(127 mm)
1/2″
(13 mm)
1.50″
(38 mm)
3.02″
(77 mm)

HI-TEMP ADJUSTABLE AIR AMPLIFIER
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HI-TEMP ADJUSTABLE AIR AMPLIFIER
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DIMENSIONS: Hi-Temp Adjustable Air Amplifier
A (O.D.) B C D E F G H (I.D.)
1-1/4″ 1.25″
(32 mm)
2.25″
(57 mm)
2.10″
(53 mm)
2.27″
(58 mm)
4.27″
(108 mm)
1/4″
(6 mm)
1.14″
(29 mm)
1.01″
(26 mm)
2-1/2″ 2.50″
(64 mm)
3.50″
(89 mm)
2.85″
(72 mm)
4.00″
(102 mm)
6.00″
(152 mm)
3/8″
(10 mm)
2.05″
(52 mm)
2.03″
(51 mm)

3D CAD

Our 3D CAD files for Air Amplifiers are offered in 3 file formats available for download below.

3⁄4″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

1″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

1 1⁄4″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

1 1⁄2″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

2″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

2 1⁄2″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

4″ Aluminum and Stainless Steel Air Amplifier

1 1⁄4″ Hi-Temperature 316 Stainless Steel

2″ Hi-Temperature 316 Stainless Steel

2 1⁄2″ Hi-Temperature 316 Stainless Steel

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Description

The Force Adjusting Air Amplifier is used for removing harmful fumes, gases, smoke, and light materials such as bags and packing peanuts. Since the gap is adjustable an Air Amplifier can move large or small volume of air with a simple twist. Since the Air Amplifier increases airflow up to 25:1 at the outlet, they are very economical to operate

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions N/A
Kit Equip

Unit Only, Standard Kit: Unit and Filter Separator, Deluxe Kit: Unit, Filter Separator, Pressure Regulator /w Gauge

Material

316 Stainless, Aluminum, Stainless Steel

Size

3/4", 1", 1 1/4", 2", 2 1/2", 3", 4"

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