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Pneumatic partializing device that allows to control the volume of compressed air exiting the cannon thanks to a calibration counter-pressure. KYOTO exploits the initial peak of firing power to generate the shock wave, avoiding the complete emptying of the tank and thus saving compressed air.

Partializing device for controlling the energy discharged from the firing valve. KYOTO is equipped with an NBR floating diaphragm obturator and it is combined with the CRONO devices in the CR version.

KYOTO allows to limit the consumption of compressed air, as it avoids the total emptying of the air cannon during the firing phase, preserving in the tank the energy not necessary for the shock wave. This translates into a saving of compressed air as the remaining air in the tank is reused for the subsequent refill of the cannon.

KYOTO is essential for the optimal air management in PPI systems.


With AIRFLASH® ALU and AIRFLASH ® OT air cannons, it saves up to the 30% of compressed air to be inserted into the tank at each recharge.

With AIFLASH ® FOM it allows to control the actual volume of compressed air according to the need of the specific area. It is possible to control up to the 70%÷80% of the power. This function has the energy saving possibility integrated into the device.
the power control can be performed only by FOM obturator air cannons.

Fun fact...

The name "KYOTO" was chosen to underline the ENERGY SAVING FOR ENVIRONMENT peculiarity that the product brings with itself. KYOTO is the city where the Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty on the environment concerning global warming, was drawn up on 11 December 1997. The treaty was signed by more than 180 countries at the "COP3" Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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