EXAIR.com offers Numerous Engineering Tools

Today, I want to take the opportunity to highlight some features on EXAIR’s website. EXAIR provides a website for technical information on products, point of sale and research on compressed air topics in general. For instance, if you would like to know, How a Vortex Tube Works, the Droplet Size of our Atomizing Spray Nozzles, or a Blow Off Comparison between a compressed air powered air knife and blower system, follow the links above and navigate to the topic that interests you on our website.

 

Our Air Savings Calculator will show you total dollars saved and payback time.

Our Air Savings Calculator will show you total dollars saved and payback time.

Our knowledge base features the CAD Library, Case Study Library, and Application Database. The Air Data Library is invaluable to any engineer specifying a compressed air piping system. It also features a great article for calculating air consumption at various inlet pressure. One of my favorite features though is the Air Savings Calculator.

The Air Savings Calculator allows you to calculate the cost of compressed air for various devices.  The cost of compressed air for high usage device like open blow offs, drilled pipes and uncontrolled compressed air devices can add up quickly. With the air savings calculator, you can quickly find out how much those (8) 1/16″ inner diameter 18″ long open pipes are costing you per year ($2,016 if you are operating at 80 PSIG).

Some of the material that we make available to our visitors we request that you register on the site. The registration is a simple process to complete. Why would you want to take the time to give us you information? First, registering on EXAIR’s site gives access to our library of product applications for the last thirty years EXAIR has tracked how our products have been used to help our customers solve their industrial needs. Second, EXAIR members are granted access to CAD models in 2D and 3D of our products. The 3D models can easily import into AutoCAD Inventor®, Solidworks®, or PRO Engineer®. These models will allow you to easily import EXAIR products into your design to verify the fit and mounting in complex systems. Third, EXAIR Case Study library offers detailed analysis of economics, safety, and utility savings of using EXAIR products.

Dave Woerner
Application Engineer
@EXAIR_DW
DaveWoerner@EXAIR.com

 

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