CAA expands its air knife lengths

Compressed Air Australia has released a new range of longer super air
knives from EXAIR designed to cover wide spans, and resist temperature and
corrosion.

EXAIR’s new range includes stainless steel long super air knives
featuring a maximum length of 108″ (2743mm). All air knives 60″ (1524mm) and
longer, which used to be in two pieces, are now available in one piece
construction to simplify installation and save space.

Key features of EXAIR’s new stainless steel long super air knives include
corrosion-resistant design ensuring seamless airflow; ability to withstand
temperatures up to 427¡C; laminar sheet of airflow produced to blow off, dry or
cool large surfaces up to 108″ (2743mm) wide; energy efficient design minimising
compressed air use by entraining 40 parts room air to one part compressed air; and
choice of Type 303 and Type 316 stainless steel or aluminium and PVDF
construction.

EXAIR’s new stainless steel long super air knives are ideal for blowing
corrosive chemicals off parts, drying food products and cooling hot materials
such as molten glass, castings and moulded parts.

The long super air knives provide a uniform, high volume, high velocity
curtain of air that is infinitely adjustable from a gentle blowing force to a
hard-hitting blast. The compact profile measuring 45mm (1.75″) x 37mm (1.44″)
with compressed air inlets located on each end and the bottom allows easy
mounting in tight spaces.

Key benefits include quiet performance; maintenance-free operation with
no moving parts to wear out; and CE compliance. EXAIR’s new long super air
knives also meet OSHA safety standard 1910.242(b).

Available from Compressed Air Australia, EXAIR super air knives come
with a factory installed plumbing kit to enable easy connection to any plant
compressed air system.

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