With frequent use or when filtering out long stringy chips, the liquid flow passageways of the EXAIR Chip Trapper may become blocked with machining debris. The video below walks you through the simple process, to clean out the directional control valve of the Chip Trapper, should you ever need to perform this service. All that is needed is a regular screwdriver, a Phillips screwdriver and a marker.
Thanks to Bensound (www.bensound.com) for the royalty free music in this video!
Have you ever been in a situation where you need to blow debris or chips out of a pipe or a blind hole? Maybe it is a pipe you are saw cutting and don’t want to push chips and debris further down the pipe line You could be trying to clean out a pipe that has debris inside and and can’t push it further down the line because it could damage other system components. Other customers cleaning out inside diameters of pipe cannot blow all the way out the other side of the pipe due to people being present on that end of the pipe and need to avoid harming them.
This is where EXAIR has seen an opening in our product offering and we have filled the void yet again. We currently offer two sizes of the EXAIR Back Blow Nozzle. The 1/4″ NPT version, model 1006SS is made to clean out pipes from 7/8″ I.D. to 4″ I.D. The 1″ NPT version, model 1008SS, is best suited for pipes from 2″ I.D. to 16″ I.D.
So if you have a critical operation or even just a saw cut and don’t want to blow debris further down the pipe, tube or extrusion, contact us about the EXAIR Back Blow Nozzle.