The EXAIR Super Air Knife is the best compressed air operated blow off product ever made. That’s a bold statement, but we can stand behind it:
*They’re the quietest and most efficient on the market. We’ve tested them rigorously, and have verified data from actual users who have replaced competitors’ product with them.
*They come in (16) sizes, from 3 inches to 9 feet in length. And they can be coupled together for even greater lengths.
*We make them in different materials:
- Durable, lightweight aluminum for a variety of general purpose applications
- Type 303 Stainless Steel for environments subject to chemically corrosive elements; also good for temperatures to 800F (427C)
- Type 316 Stainless Steel for even higher corrosion resistance and strength. Ideal for food, pharmaceutical and surgical product applications.
- PVDF (with PTFE shims & Hastelloy hardware) for the most aggressive environments: electroplating, solar cell manufacturing, lithium ion batters, caustics, brines, etc.
*We have them in inventory, ready to ship quickly. All of them.
As the title intimates, calls regarding “unique applications” are fairly common, and the Super Air Knife provides a great solution to many of them. Consider these situations:
*A machine builder had to fit an air knife in a 43″ channel. We had it covered: we made them a custom (non-stock) 43″ 303SS Super Air Knife and shipped it in three days.
*A user needed 15″ (and only 15″) of air flow. A Model 110018 18″ Aluminum Super Air Knife, off the shelf, would provide an “overflow” which would disturb product in the vicinity of the blow off. We had it covered…a custom shim can be made to provide 15″ (and only 15″) of air flow out of an 18″ Super Air Knife. It only takes a couple of days to get the special shim. We can make shims to center the airflow, keep it all on one side of the knife, have it come out two separate areas etc.
We’ve also made a variety of special Air Knives, when more than just length is a consideration. So, even if your application is “Unique” (with a capital “U”,) it’s very likely that we still have you Covered (with a capital “C”.) If you don’t believe me, give us a call. We’ve got you covered.