EXAIR Welcomes Our French Distributor Kermaz Pneumatic

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L to R: Lee Evans, Neal Raker, Lionel Barbat, Ivan Banks

EXAIR is pleased to host Lionel Barbat of Kermaz Pneumatic, the distributor of EXAIR products in France.  Mr. Barbat has made the journey to visit with us for product training and to see the new developments of EXAIR in person.  We hold an open door to our international distributors and are always pleased when they can visit with us.

While he has been here, we have reviewed new EXAIR products such as the Heavy Duty HEPA Vac and the No Drip Atomizing Nozzles.  We’ve had the opportunity to discuss product award winners like the Siphon Fed Atomizing Nozzle, Digital Flow Meter Data Logger, and the 1114SS Super Air Nozzle.  And, we’ve spent a great deal of time discussing applications of EXAIR products.

One of the applications that stood out was the potential to make a custom Light Duty Line Vac to convey material.  As many of our customers know, we will make custom parts or modifications to our products to suit the specific needs of an application.  This end user wanted flanges machined onto the end of a 130600 (6″ Light Duty Line Vac).  The purpose of these flanges was to allow for ease of mounting within the application.

After a few discussions here at EXAIR, we determined that a stock model could be used and the existing flanges of the system could mount everything perfectly.  Not only did this satisfy the end user, it sped up the timeframe on their project, saved them money, and proved once again that EXAIR is about solving problems.

If you have an application in need of a solution, contact an EXAIR Application Engineer.  We’d love to lend a hand.

Lee Evans
Application Engineer
LeeEvans@EXAIR.com
@EXAIR_LE

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