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Effective cabinet coolers: protecting electronics and instrumentation
October 2007, Enclosures, Cabling & Connectors

The Exair Cabinet Cooler is a low-cost, reliable way to cool and purge electronic and instrumentation panels. This product incorporates a vortex tube to produce cold air from compressed air - with no ...
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Blow that machine screen clean!
August 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Exair's Window Blowoff systems give the machine operators a clear view of the part and the machining operation when coolants or cutting fluids are used. A clearer view allows machinists to make better ...
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Air operated device recovers losses
August 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

The Exair Reversible Drum Vac is a safe, maintenance-free way to recover coolant, hydraulic oils, liquid spills, sludge and chips, tramp oils and wastewater. The compressed air operated system attaches ...
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Stop hearing loss and toxicity in the workplace
July 2007, News

Hearing loss and the toxic effects of inhaling oil in the workplace have resulted in a steady increase of workman's compensation claims. Many companies are looking for ways to keep their workers safe ...
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Air knives give fans the cold shoulder
July 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

A manufacture of automotive electronics had a problem cooling computers as they exited a wave soldering machine. In order to be handled and tested, the computers needed to be cooled to 27°C. Initially, ...
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Cut, blow and spray for cars?
June 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Car bodies are primer coated, then sanded before entering the paint booth. Priming dust, attracted to the car body by a static charge, creates imperfections that are captured and magnified in the painting ...
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ETEST ions out static
May 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Materials such as paper, plastic or textiles normally contain an equal amount of positive and negative charge - that is, they are electrically balanced. Friction can cause static build-up. Problems caused ...
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Exair blowoff saves energy
May 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

To keep energy costs down compressed air systems require proper maintenance, but an equally important factor is proper usage.    For proper blowoff selection it is important to consider:    * Efficient air ...
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Innovative air shield keeps lenses clean
April 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Automotive glass is tempered by subjecting it to a series of heating and quenching operations. To maintain a uniform glass temperature an infrared scanner monitors temperature across the glass surface ...
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Cold gun cools lasers and tool tips
April 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Exair's high power cold gun produces a stream of -7°C air to reduce heat build in laser cutting and a wide variety of machining operations. The high power gun has greater cooling capability than an ordinary ...
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Sanitising playland balls
March 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

Restaurants and fun centres often have a cage full of plastic balls for children to romp around in. The balls are periodically cleaned by a service using truck-mounted sanitising equipment. Service personnel ...
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Move high volumes and resist wear
March 2007, Pneumatics & Hydraulics

The new Heavy Duty Line Vac is EXAIR's most powerful conveyor. The appearance is similar to the standard Line Vac but performance has been boosted dramatically. The Heavy Duty Line Vac has been engineered ...
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