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CleanDr 30103 00 AirBlaster CO2 Actuator

3.0 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Pure anti-static CO2 gas dilivers higher velocity airflow than canned air
  • Compact housing with easy to replace 16 gram air cartridges
  • Completely environmentally safe (no CFCs, HFCs) and nonflammable
  • Patented actuator variably controls airflow for the right amount of cleaning pressure
  • Oil-free for use on delicate items such as photographic negatives and electronic equipment

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Item #: KV6776. Gently and safely removes dust and debris from computers, digital cameras and other delicate electronic devices without leaving any residue. Non-ozone depleting formula is moisture-free, odorless, non-flammable and oil-free. Clean keyboards, computers, printers, copiers, audio/video components, phones, and other office equipment or electronic devices

Product Type: Air duster
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CleanDr 30103 00 AirBlaster CO2 Actuator

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Technical Details

Brand Name Digital Innovations
Item Weight 8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 8.5 x 5.8 x 1 inches
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Item model number 30103
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number 30103

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ASIN B00067EBKW
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3.0 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #384,816 in Office Products (See top 100)
#275 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Cleaning & Repair > Compressed Air Dusters
Shipping Weight 1.7 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available June 17, 2003

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By R. Swarts on July 12, 2005
This product is not only substandard in quality but virtually useless as an air-duster. It has much less air pressure than standard "canned air" and only lasts about 1/25 the time, losing pressure as it's used. I used 2 cartriges just to clean the interior of a single computer where I can usually use a single can to clean all of them. I can't stress the poor value of this product enough.
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First off, it is only a 16g cartridge, so don't expect a lot from it, but you are paying for the compactness of the unit, so you don't have to pack the bulky can of air. If you have ever tried the smaller 8oz or 6oz cans of air, even those don't last that long. Secondly, if you've ever tried to get that one dust bunny (or jackrabbit) and you can't reach it without pulling cables to get your bulky can of air in the case just right, this is for you.

All that is needed is a pair of pliers, a toothpick, and a drill with a very small bit (I use a 3/32nd). Use the toothpick to gently push the restraining pin out of place on the top of the nozzle, use the pliers to remove it entirely. Next remove the nozzle piece (the straw piece is connected to the brass manifold). Now with the drill, bore a hole directly in the flat, back of the manifold. You will not have to drill long, as the piece is not that thick, after the hole is punched through, re-assemble. Be sure that you replace the restraining pin, before you test the new pressure that you will now have.

Now I'm sure the manufacturer will say that not using it as designed, as they warn on the package and I make no claims or warranties as I'm not the one modding your AirBlaster. All I know is that I found a similar review on the web with these instructions and it worked for me.
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I ordered this thinking that maybe the cartridges would be more efficient, powerful, and less costly in the long run then the cans of compressed air. Well there I go thinking again. Such a sly grin I had on my face when I screwed down the military looking device on one of the twin cartridges that came with it. One spray and I was checking the directions to see if I was supposed to nip something off of the end of the straw first.Surely something was blocking the end of it? Nope. My girlfriend blasted me in the head with her highly compressed can of 3M dust remover and called me a dope for buying it . It's going in the trash, I won't even pretend to use it.What a bunch of thieves, how does this impotent piece of trash even make it to the market?
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Just got this today. As many others have mentioned it's rather lacking in power compared to a big can.

I'm using this to fill the head space in a jug of home-made wine with CO2. This prevents oxidation during bulk aging of the wine.

For me the gentle air flow is best since it won't hit the wine and spray it all over the place. This is a reasonably cheap method of filling head space compared to buying a big CO2 system meant for beer brewing.

If you're wanting to buy this for blowing out computer systems, yeah, it doesn't even make the fan noise change on my 1200W dual rail power supply.
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The "Clean Dr" duster is compact and gentle. That is actually a very good combination for cleaning cameras, cleaning the lens of CD/DVD player, and other delicate mechanisms. If you want to blow heavy accumulations of dust out of a computer, then you need a powerful "canned air"-type duster.

The pressure of most "canned air" dusters is potentially damaging, and difficult to control. Moreover the rapid temperature change caused by a high volume of very cold gas might damage some components. Some even even spray out a liquid (if you hold the can anyway other than perfectly vertically), which although it evaporates quickly, I worry may damage front surface mirrors or electronic image sensors.

Similarly, I find that the high velocity of "canned air" blows dust INTO my scanner though tiny gaps. With a Clean Dr duster, I can blow dust off the glass without blowing it into the scanner. The compactness of the tiny sexy CleanDr is obviously an advantage in mobile applications---such as in your camera bag.

In conclusion, compact C02 dusters are great tools when used appropriately. The problem is the misleading advertizing which claims that these are more powerful than "canned air."

> Click on “Stoney” just below the product title to see my other reviews, or leave a comment to ask a question.
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This product is being rated by many in comparison to regular canned air, and should not be.

I use it in my camera bag, and I use it specifically to both control the airflow, and because it has a fairly weak output. My primary use is to clean lenses and the inside of my DLSR.

Regular canned air can shoot liquid if tilted (and has other stuff in there like anti-inhalants). Also, regular canned air has enough pressure to damage the shutter/curtain mechanism of the DSLR (learned that the hard way on my D100).

If you want to clean computers, keyboards, etc. this is not for you. If you want to clean delicate mechanism, not gum-up electronics, etc. then this is for you.

The alternative is a hand blower like the Giotto Rocket, but it's bulkier to carry around.
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