Well EXAIR Blog readers, it’s that time of the year again. The grass needs cut twice a year, evenings are lit with fire pits, tiki torches, and bug zappers, and the heat of the day has you looking for shade. All of these can only mean one thing, it’s summertime which means it’s also Memorial Day weekend.
I believe the best Memorial Day blog EXAIR has released is one from one of our own veterans, Russ Bowman. His blog, The Science of S’mores, talks about just a few events that are held nation wide on this weekend. Then like most Americans do ending it with a nice relaxing family and friends cookout. (I have to steal the video on S’mores)
So no matter where you are this weekend make sure to give thanks to our country’s veterans. Also take some time to make sure and enjoy the freedom they helped us earn and keep by going out to one of your community events. Here’s a link to just a handful of events that will be happening here in Cincinnati.
With the first track day of the year under my belt it’s now time to start looking at what I could have done better and make the next track day an even bigger success. This will be done over the next month or so and I will use pictures, video, and even tire inspection to figure out what I could have done better. Much like a football team reviews tape and prepares for their next game.
Here at EXAIR we offer a service which is similar to this style of review. The EXAIR Efficiency Lab will let you send in your blowoff device and we will run it through the paces to find an intelligent compressed air product that will perform better than the previous method. This is a free service that we offer to any and all customers. Not only will we tell you what your unit is consuming and possibly costing you to operate but we will show you which of our products will perform the same and how much air and money you will save. The best part is it’s all for free.
If you have an application that you are trying to improve, let us know and we’ll get you the information to send a test piece in to the EXAIR Efficiency Lab.