Connection size outlet

Operating pressure (bar)

Degree of protection (IP)

coolant hoses

View Tameson's range of coolant hoses. Vortex coolant hoses work by separating incoming compressed air into hot air flow and cold airflow. The hot air emerges on one side of the tube, while the cold air exits on the other side. The difference... Read more Read more

Product Brand Connection size outlet Operating pressure (bar) Temperature (°C) Voltage Degree of protection (IP)
Spot Cooling Tube With 8...
+2 days
Tameson G 1/4 inch 1 bar to 10 bar -20 °C to 120 °C - -
Spot Cooling Tube With 8...
+2 days
Tameson G 1/4 inch 1 bar to 10 bar -20 °C to 120 °C - -
Spot Cooling Tube With Red...
+2 days
Tameson - - - - -
Spot Cooling Tube With Cold...
+2 days
Tameson G 1/4 inch 1 bar to 10 bar -20 °C to 120 °C 24 V DC IP56
Spot Cooling Tube With Cold...
+2 days
Tameson G 1/4 inch 1 bar to 10 bar -20 °C to 120 °C 230 V AC IP56
coolant hoses

coolant hoses

View Tameson's range of coolant hoses. Vortex coolant hoses work by separating incoming compressed air into hot air flow and cold airflow. The hot air emerges on one side of the tube, while the cold air exits on the other side. The difference in temperatures between the incoming compressed air and the outgoing cold air can be set through the flow control valve. If the outlet temperature goes down, the volume of escaping cold air quantity reduces simultaneously. Temperatures from -40°C on the cold air side and up to +110°C on the hot air side are generated. If the air inlet temperature and the pressure remain constant, the outlet temperature can be set with a ± 0.6 K tolerance.