Safety air guns

Everyone has the right to a good working environment

Manual blowing with compressed air is common in industry when cleaning, drying or cooling objects. What many people do not take into consideration is that operation of pneumatic devices is quite expensive. On an average, 50% of all compressed air is used for blowing. Air guns also produce noise levels sufficiently high enough to cause hearing impairment.

Silvent air guns make efficient use of compressed air, which subsequently minimizes operating costs. At the same time noise levels are halved, and because all Silvent air guns meet OSHA requirements, injury risks are also much lower. Our air guns are ergonomically designed for professional use.

Dangers of blowing with compressed air

Compressed air has a higher pressure than regular, atmospheric air, which means that there are a number of potential risks if it is handled incorrectly.

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Eye injuries, one of the most common risks when blowing with compressed air.

One of the most common injuries when blowing with compressed air is eye injuries, that often occur when cleaning due to chips and particles.

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How do you know if you are using a safe air gun?

The difference between a safe and a regular air gun is the static pressure that occurs if the tube orifice gets totally blocked.

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Pro One

Pro One is a professional hand tool, developed in close collaboration with users. The air gun’s ergonomic handle has a light, flexible design that allows several different grips to make work easier and reduce the risk of injury. Read more about the story behind Pro One here.

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93% of our asked customers would recommend Pro One to a colleague.

"Everyone at our company, that got the possibility to try Pro One, loved the design, function and were impressed by the reduction in noise compared to the air gun that are normally used."

"Seems to be a more ergonomic model than the one we have been using in the past, which helps our company greatly."

"Really good air gun. I like the reinforcements at the exposed places and the ergonomic handle. If you work a lot with blowing with compressed air, this air gun is the obvious choice."

"A very good design with a good blowing concentration and a low noise generation."



The air gun's specially designed, patented nozzle in stainless steel. The nozzle is designed to produce a concentrated blowing force. Thanks to the nozzle’s unique design, the noise level when blowing is often reduced by more than 10 dB(A) and the risk of blocking the nozzle opening is eliminated.



The air gun, Pro One, is designed for industrial use and made of a flexible, durable material. Pro One is a robust hand tool designed for use in tough, challenging environments.



Pro One has a lightweight, slim design. The air gun's ergonomic handle allows several different grips to make work easier and reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries. What’s more, Pro One is designed to fit both small and large hands.



Pro One is equipped with a patented check valve to avoid recoil and peak-sound pressure when disconnecting. This reduces the risk of joint injuries and hearing loss. The connection is also fitted with a filter that prevents large particles from entering the air gun. Pro One has a ¼” metal connector.



The air gun's trigger is designed to provide the best possible blowing force control. Thanks to the Pro One’s unique technology, the operator has full control over the infinitely variable blowing force. Because trigger opening force is independent of pressure, the risk of repetitive strain injuries is reduced.



Pro One is provided with two hang-up options – by the trigger or by the specially designed lug. Both surrounding areas are reinforced to withstand increased wear.


The air gun can be fitted with an optional air shield to reduce the risk of eye injuries. Pro One can also be ordered with a 300 millimeter long air gun pipe.

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How to install an air gun

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Technical data

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7 x Blowing force

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15 x Blowing force

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10 truths

Nine out of ten manufacturing industries use compressed air. Here are ten facts about blowing with compressed air you need to know if you work in the industry.

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The Silvent Technology

The Silvent Technology reduces turbulence and creates a more uniform, even, and straight air stream when blowing with compressed air.

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