On our Website we have a comprehensive database of applications we have worked on with our products. These are pretty easy to find, Johns Blog will walk you through the process on how to access these applications. While John covered Compressed Air Use in the Construction Industry, I will be covering Compressed Air Use in Food and Beverage Industry.
EXAIR products are very commonly used in the food and beverage industry, from blowing water off cans before labeling, to conveying food products to hoppers for processing. See three examples from our application data base;
Use our Application Assistance Worksheet to submit information about your application. When you submit this information, we will respond with our recommendation for the EXAIR product best suited for the application. Please complete the Application Assistance Worksheet and click submit or print the completed .pdf file and fax it to us at (513) 671-3363. For immediate help, call our Application Engineering Department at 1 800 903-9247.
EXAIR uses many different methods to connect with our customers. We have our website, social media, blogs, publications etc. We like to share solutions for some of the most common pneumatic problems in the industry. EXAIR generated a large collection of application information where EXAIR products have solved problems and improved processes. We organized them by Application and by Industry. In this blog, I will show you how to use the Application database; specifically, for the Construction Industry.
Compressed Air Systems are considered to be a fourth utility within industries because they use a large amount of energy. Whether it is an air compressor using fuel for portable units or electricity, it is important to use the compressed air as efficiently as possible. This would apply to the construction industry. From blowing off sheets of lumber to cleaning sites with an EXAIR Industrial Vacuum to cooling hot melt on window frames, EXAIR has a library of different processes in which we already accomplished these improvements. We like to use the expression, “Why re-invent the wheel” at EXAIR. If you are in the construction industry, it would benefit you to take a peek at the implementations where we already improved, made safe, and saved money.
Here is how you can find this library. First, you will have to sign into EXAIR. Click here: Log In. Once you fill in the proper information, you can then retrieve a great amount of resources about EXAIR products that we manufacture. The Application Database is under the Knowledge Base tab. (Reference photo below).
At the Application Search Library, we have over one thousand applications that we reference. In the left selection pane, we organized then in alphabetical order under two categories, Applications and Industry. (Reference photo below).
Scroll down in the selection pane until you come to the sub-category: Industry. Under this Sub-category, you will find three selections that are related to this blog: Construction; Construction and Mining Equipment; and Construction, Lumber. You will find many applications that EXAIR has already improved and documented.
Why is this important? If you are a plant manager or owner, the value of the Application Database can improve your current processes with pre-qualified results. Within the construction industry, simple solutions can be found to address those “nagging” issues that you encounter every day. For crisis situations and shutdowns, EXAIR categorized these applications in a way to reference quickly and easily. And since EXAIR has a high volume of stocked items, we can get the product to you very fast; minimizing downtime.
In today’s market, companies are always looking for ways to cut cost, increase productivity, and improve safety. EXAIR can offer engineered products to do exactly that. With the “been there and done that” solutions already described in the Application Database; you can have confidence in finding a way in solving pneumatic issues. If you do not sign up at www.EXAIR.com and take advantage of these offerings, you will be missing out on a great tool in optimizing your compressed air system.