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Silvent 5920

SILVENT 5920: with a flat nozzle for applications where you want the air stream to strike a wider surface for quick and efficient blow-off. This low-noise nozzle is made of zinc and its outlet ports are protected against external forces by fins.
Noise reduction 77%
Air/cost savings 55%

Specifications

SI units US units  
Blowing force5.5 N1.2 lbs
Air consumption30 Nm³/h17.7 scfm
Sound level81 dB(A)
Blowing patternFlat
ConnectionG 1/4" 1/4"-18 NPT
Connection typeFemale
MaterialZinc
Weight0.264 kg0.582 lbs
Max temp70 °C158 °F
Max operating pressure0.7 MPa100.0 psi

Benefits

Replace open pipe6 mm1/4 inch
Noise reduction [dB(A)]21 dB(A)77 %
Air/cost savings [Nm³/h]37 Nm³/h55 %
Meet the EU Machine directivesYes

Blowing properties at different pressures

SI units (kPa)2004006008001000
Blowing force (N)2.04.37.09.211.4
Air consumption (Nm³/h)12.025.038.050.162.0
Sound level (dB(A))72.079.183.386.688.4
US units (psi)406080100120
Blowing force (oz)10.416.222.127.833.7
Air consumption (scfm)10.815.420.024.629.2
Sound level (dB(A))75.179.382.585.087.0

Handle

No muscle strain
The trigger mechanism requires a pressure of only 7 N (25 oz), which means that the gun can be used frequently without the risk of taxing muscles. The average finger strength of men is 96 N (339 oz) and of women, 81 N (295 oz). When less than 10% of the maximum strength of a finger is used, no injury arises due to muscle strain.

Ergonomics and precision
The combination of an ergonomic handle and a short trigger for one or two fingers provides a perfect grip as well as the possibility to aim the gun with precision and feeling. The ergonomic design of the handle automatically gives you the optimal blowing position so that you do not need to bend your wrist.

Triggers
Our safety guns are fitted with short triggers as standard to provide the most ergonomic grip. If desired however, they can also be equipped with extended triggers.