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The BlastMatic Nozzle Assemblies are designed to deliver the precise amount of air necessary to eject a part out of the die like no other nozzle on the market today. Because the BlastMatic Nozzles are located only 6” from the LSP high volume UniValve the system is pressurized immediately; there is no time or air waste. The unique Silent Nozzle Assemblies not only reduce noise, they also reduce air consumption. As the air exits the Nozzle, surrounding air is drawn into the exiting air stream, thus adding extra impact without the expense of additional shop air.

The BlastMatic nozzle can be permanently installed or mounted on a Magnetic Base for portability. Attach Shop Air into the inlet on the UniValve. The Actuator Tube is attached between the UniValve and the Solenoid Valve on the BlastMatic II Electronic Controls. The instant the Solenoid Valve receives a signal the UniValve opens and allows air to pass through and out the Nozzle. When the Solenoid Valve loses its signal the UniValve goes into the rest mode. ` `````

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