Nice & New FAQs

In Russ Bowman’s most recent blog, More Power? I DO Think So…, he mentioned several key questions that an EXAIR Application Engineer will ask whenever we are troubleshooting a compressed air application that is not performing to the standards needed.    The blog talks about very common questions that we will ask customers when they call in with an existing compressed air application.   He then goes on to explain the usefulness of how many of the EXAIR products are adjustable using shims which are more often than not, patented.

Knowledge Base
EXAIR’s Knowledge Base is a wealth of knowledge.

 

Answers to questions that we frequently get from customers, on almost every single product we offer are all available for free, without even having to call, write, or tweet an Application Engineer. In the EXAIR Knowledge Base we offer a full section on FAQs.   This section is broken into each product category, and contains a wealth of information.  Most of these answers can also be found within our full catalog but we have streamlined to the most commonly asked questions in the FAQ section.

All of the product categories have even been recently revised to include questions for our products that have been released throughout the year.   There are now questions that have answer for the 108″ Super Air Knife, High Lift Reversible Drum Vac, and even PEEK Super Air Nozzles.   We will also continue to expand this section of our website to include any new products and or questions that start to arise.  So if you have a question that you don’t see on there, let us know and you just might see it get posted.

Brian Farno
Application Engineer
BrianFarno@EXAIR.com
@EXAIR_BF

 

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