|SI units||US units|
|Blowing force||20.0 N||4.4 lbs|
|Air consumption||120 Nm³/h||70.6 scfm|
|Sound level||94 dB(A)|
|Connection||G 1/2"||G 1/2"|
|Weight||0.4650 kg||1.025 lbs|
|Max temp||70 °C||158 °F|
|Max operating pressure||0.7 MPa||100.0 psi|
|Replace open pipe||12 mm||1/2 inch|
|Noise reduction [dB(A)]||22 dB(A)||78 %|
|Air/cost savings [Nm³/h]||146 Nm³/h||55 %|
Blowing properties at different pressures
|SI units (kPa)||200||400||600||800||1000|
|Blowing force (N)||8.1||15.9||24.0||31.8||39.6|
|Air consumption (Nm³/h)||56.0||96.0||144.0||191.0||237.0|
|Sound level (dB(A))||91.2||93.1||94.4||95.3||95.9|
|US units (psi)||40||60||80||100||120|
|Blowing force (oz)||39.2||59.2||79.2||98.7||118.2|
|Air consumption (scfm)||39.0||58.0||78.0||97.02||116.0|
|Sound level (dB(A))||92.0||93.2||94.2||94.9||95.4|
The safety guns of the 750 series have up to 12 times stronger blowing force than ordinary air guns on the market today. Despite the high blowing force, both the sound level and energy consumption are low.
The 750 grip has been developed for jobs requiring high blowing power and working environments that demand a robust grip and valve construction. These guns can also be used when wearing work gloves and the grip is considerably more impact resistant than conventional guns. Commonly used in glass works, paper mills, foundries, steel mills, etc.
Thumb regulation is standard on the pistol handle to provide the most ergonomic grip. If desired, the handle can also be fitted with an extended trigger for hand regulation.