New EXAIR catalogue features new air guns, nozzles, and moreDecember 3, 2018 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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EXAIR Corporation remains a major source of intelligent compressed air products, and it has released its latest catalogue for these solutions. The new Catalogue 32 is a full-colour technical guide to great engineered solutions for frequent conveying, cooling, cleaning, blow-off, drying, coating, and static-electricity issues. This is the place to go for top compressed-air savings and safety.
Catalogue 32 is newly expanded and includes new intelligent compressed air products from EXAIR, such as Super Air Scraper Nozzles, Soft Grip Super Air Scraper Safety Air Guns, and Hazardous Location Cabinet Cooler Systems.
Price list and more included
Catalogue 32 is the ideal guide for companies who need intelligent compressed air products to conserve compressed air, lower dangerous noise levels, and eliminate harmful dead-end pressures. The catalogue includes a price list, as well as detailed technical explanations, performance data, applications photos, and dimensional drawings for each product.
Customers are encouraged to order Catalogue 32 by using the convenient Catalogue Request Form on the EXAIR website. Registered users merely need to log in to have their details filled in automatically.
One of EXAIR’s new products in the catalogue, the Super Air Scraper Nozzle is a patent-pending instrument for eliminating stubborn debris from work and machine surfaces. This is a two-inch flat nozzle with a corrosion-resistant scraper blade that offers the required leverage to get underneath fixed dirt and scrape it away.
In addition, the Soft Grip Super Air Scraper Safety Air Gun has also been designed to help remove the most stubborn debris. EXAIR offers this air gun with an extension, running from six to 72 inches long, which has the needed strength and durability for tough industrial cleaning applications.
Finally, the new Hazardous Location Cabinet Cooler is built and approved to use on purged electrical enclosures located in classified areas. Compliant with UL standards, this system uses vortex tube technology to produce up to 5,600 British thermal units per hour, resulting in a low-maintenance solution for cooling HazLoc purged cabinets.
About the company
Established in 1983, EXAIR Corporation produces compressed-air-operated products for solutions in industrial plants. The company is based in Cincinnati.