Compressed Air Best Practices, Apr. 2017, by Jerry Zolkowski.
http://www.airbestpractices.com/system-assessments/end-uses/compressed-air-savings-nozzles-or-blowers

"Compressed air is used as a convenient and often necessary source of air flow to perform blow-offs, cooling, or drying.  And since compressed air is a costly utility, a frequent recommendation in this magazine and audits is to reduce the compressed air use by using high efficiency engineered nozzles.  Using these nozzles is a good practice as they are designed in a way that uses the compressed air to accelerate the surrounding air to deliver the same mass transfer effect as a standard nozzle (or tube) with a much larger orifice."