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Surface cleaning | Ionising air guns


ES-2J


The ES-2J is an ionising air gun that can be used in heavy-duty industrial applications.


Features: g Working distance: 300 mm max. g It comes standard with 3 metres cable, 6 or 9 meter is also possible


g Ideal for heavy-duty industrial applications


Cobra


The Cobra ionising air gun is excellently suited for heavy-duty industrial applications. By drawing in ambient air through the rear, the air flow is amplified by a minimum factor of 6 : 1.


Features: g Working distance: 600 mm max. g It comes standard with 6 metres cable, 12 metre is also possible g Ideal for heavy-duty industrial applications g The emitter pin is cleaned during use


Top Gun


The Top Gun is an ionising air gun which can be used for light industrial applications.


Features: g Working distance: 300 mm max. g 3 metre cable g Suitable for light industrial applications g A filter at the exit of the Top Gun ensures that the air is clean g Twolevel LED which indicates if the gun is in “stand by” mode and if high voltage is currently active


g A hanger to hang the gun is provided as standard


Dimensions: Length 178 x Width 28 x Height 157 mm Download our technical specifications: www.simco-ion.co.uk/pssc


Dimensions: Length 251 x Width 52 x Height 153 mm


Dimensions: Length 203 x Width 34 x Height 168 mm


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