Sugar Coatings That Shouldn’t Be

Since most people are still on a sugar high from “sharing” their children’s candy after trick or treating, I thought I would blog about sugar coatings that shouldn’t be.   Now I must disclaim, I have not tried some of these but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been a line that got crossed.

This past week I went to the grocery store to find they have an entire counter dedicated to freshly chocolate covered items.  The two that struck me as odd were chocolate covered potato chips, and chocolate covered bacon.  Now don’t get me wrong, I love bacon, just don’t think I can mix bacon and chocolate. There are certain things to me that shouldn’t have a sugar coating.

This brings me to the key point of the blog.  When it comes to consumption, sound level, and force values of any product in our catalog, EXAIR doesn’t sugar coat.  Some companies will rate items for their peak performance that they saw on a prototype for a fraction of a second.  Others will give sound level and consumption ratings at 72 psi then record force at a higher pressure.   This isn’t the case with EXAIR, we use very easily repeated values all at the same inlet pressure to the device which is 80 psig.  That is except for our Spot Cooling products which are  rated at 100 psig but it is clearly noted.

We don’t try to sugar coat any performance statistics of EXAIR Products because we don’t have to.  They perform that sweet straight out of the package and you aren’t stuck with something you don’t like, like chocolate covered carrots.

Brian Farno
Application Engineer

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