New EXAIR air conveyors for conveying in corrosive environments

Compressed Air Australia presents a new range of air operated conveyors from
EXAIR, designed to convert standard pipes into a powerful conveying system for
use in corrosive environments.

EXAIR’s new Type 303 stainless steel 2-_ NPT threaded line vac air
operated conveyors convert ordinary pipe into a powerful conveying system for
parts, scrap, trim and other bulk materials. They are ideal for food, chemical,
pharmaceutical and medical processes or areas likely to be wet and corrosive, requiring
the benefits of 303SS including excellent chemical and corrosion resistance,
performance in higher temperatures, long service life and low maintenance.

Their larger size makes them perfect for conveying bigger parts and
large volumes of material over long distances. The threaded line vac is
designed to attach to standard plumbing pipe couplers, making it easy to build
a complete system using common pipe and fittings that are readily available.

Threaded line vac conveyors eject a small amount of compressed air to
produce a vacuum on one end with high output flows on the other. Response is
instantaneous and regulating the compressed air pressure provides infinite
control of the conveying rate. These conveyors are ideal for use in scrap trim
removal, material conveying, part transfer, fibre tensioning and filling

Key features also include CE compliance; ability to meet OSHA pressure
requirements; size range from 3/8 NPT through to 3 NPT; and Type 316 stainless
steel models available for even more demanding high temperature, corrosive and
hygienic environments.

Available from Compressed Air Australia, EXAIR air operated conveyor models
include Light Duty, Standard, Threaded, Heavy Duty, and Sanitary Flange styles.
For further information, please click here.

Please visit the Compressed Air Australia website, or call 1300 787

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