Keep it Simple

wierd camper

My son and his wife invited me to go on a camping trip with them. I was expecting a tent and a campfire. Quite the opposite! They had cable TV, WiFi service, microwave, and believe it or not air conditioning.  I had to question what the point is to camping if you really haven’t left home. My curiosity got the better of me so I did a little internet surfing (on their tablet connected to WiFi) to see what extent people go to take their home with them. The picture to the right by far topped them all. How easily we can get distracted from the real objective; to enjoy the simple life, outdoors.

nozzle

Compressed air conservation is no different, people often over-complicate their objective; to save compressed air in a simple way which keeps employees safe. I recently visited a plant that implemented a compressed air conservation program by limiting the size of compressed air lines. I had to chuckle when I saw that the operators had  “T” together two air lines to get the flow needed to get the job done. Instead of a broad brush approach, they should have installed engineered nozzles appropriate for each application. EXAIR engineered nozzle products cover a huge breadth of applications and can be installed to minimize air use while maintaining a safe workplace.

These type of nozzles use the high velocity compressed air exiting the small orifices to draw in surrounding air and adding it the overall air stream. Thus providing 25 times or more air than the volume of compressed air used. EXAIR has a broad line of engineered nozzle suitable for most any application.

Would you like to save on compressed air but not sacrifice performance? Please call our application engineers and they will help you select the right product for your application. EXAIR then backs it up with a 30 day unconditional guarantee. If within that time you are not satisfied for any reason, you can return it for full credit.

Joe Panfalone
Application Engineer
Phone (513) 671-3322
Fax (513) 671-3363
Web: http://www.exair.com
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