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Cool small parts and tools with clean, cold air.

Prevent burning, melting or breakage.

 


What is the Mini Cooler?

Prevent Tool Wear

EXAIR’s Mini cooler is a productive way to reduce downtime & increase generatively on a variety of operation involving small parts where heat is a problem. To prevent heat buildup EXAIR’s Mini cooler produces a stream of 20F (-7C) cold air. There are no moving parts to wear out & the operation is quite at 76 dBA.The effectiveness of the Mini Cooler is particularly on high speed operations to prevent burning, melting & heat related breakage. It is compact & low in cost.

Applications
  • Small tool cooling
  • Needle cooling
  • Blade cooling
  • Lens grinding

Advantages

  • Low cost
  • Increases production rates
  • Improves tolerances
  • Quiet, compact

 

How the Mini Cooler Works

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The Mini Cooler incorporates a vortex tube to convert a small amount of compressed air into two low pressure streams, one moving within the other in opposite directions. The two airstreams exchange heat, producing cold air from one end of the tube and hot air from the other. A flexible hose directs the cold airstream at the surface to be cooled.


Dimensions

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Specifications

Air Consumption Temperature Out Sound @
3' (914mm)
SCFM SLPM °F °C dBA INLET
8 227 20 -7 76 1/4 NPT
Supply air at 100 PSIG (6.9 BAR) and 70°F (21°C)

Models

minicooler3 Mini Cooler Model 3808
Mini Cooler System
(one cold outlet)

Includes Mini Cooler, Single Point Hose Kit, Swivel Magnetic Base and Manual Drain Filter Separator with Mounting Bracket.

minicooler4 Mini Cooler Model 3308
Mini Cooler System
(two cold outlet)

includes Mini Cooler, Dual Point Hose Kit, Swivel Magnetic Base and Manual Drain Filter Separatorwith Mounting Bracket.

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Accessories and Components

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Click to watch the video (Vortex Tube)

Vortex Tubes and Spot Cooling