New back blow safety air gun cleaning out machining processes

Compressed Air Australia has introduced a new soft grip back blow safety
air gun for cleaning out various internal parts in machining processes.
Ergonomically designed for a comfortable operating experience, EXAIR’s new safety
air gun delivers a blast of air to effectively blow out debris and liquids from
inside diameters, channels, bores, holes, internal threads and other internal
parts of pipe or hose products. Thanks to the ergonomic design of the air gun,
the operator can work for hours without fatigue.

The holes on the Model 1006SS back blow air nozzle provide a forceful
back facing 360-degree airflow to clear out coolant, chips and light oils from
machining processes. The safety air gun eliminates potential safety hazards by preventing
chips and other debris from being blown further into a part, tube or pipe.

Key features of EXAIR’s back blow safety air guns include air
consumption of only 22 SCFM at 80 PSIG with a low sound level of 80 dBA; nozzle
with a small profile to fit inside openings as small as 22mm and diameters up
to 102mm; type 316 stainless steel nozzle providing durability and superior
resistance to corrosion; quiet airflow exiting the nozzle compliant with OSHA
standards 29 CFR 1910.95(a) and 1910.242(b); and CE compliance.

Available from Compressed Air Australia, the safety air guns should be
operated only by personnel wearing personal protective equipment. Chip shields
are available to protect the operator from the exiting debris. Extension pipes
from 305mm (12″) to 1829mm (72″) provide necessary reach for longer tube and
pipe clean out.

Precision, Soft Grip, Heavy Duty, Super Blast and VariBlast Compact safety
air guns are some of the models available from EXAIR.

For more information, please
visit the Compressed Air Australia website www.caasafety.com.au or call 1300 787 688.

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