As the sun sets lower in the sky and the daylight hours get shorter, we are reminded of the impending winter season. The good part is this is the most fun season for me. There are falls festivals and cool nights for good sleeping. You do not have to run the A/C or the furnace and we see the benefit in low utility bills.
Inevitably “Ole Man Winter” will come and put an end to it all and we will have to turn on the furnace. As we heat the air in our homes and places of business, problems with static electricity emerge. In the production environment static charges can wreak havoc with sensors, conveyors, personnel and other products within your process.
EXAIR has an extensive line of static eliminating products. We have Super Ion Air Knives up to 96″ long to provide a flat sheet of ionized air. For more localized treatment we have the Ion Air Cannon and Ion Air Jet. For manual application there is the Ion Air Gun.
With all the selections available it may be a bit confusing on which product to select.. That is why we have a team of application engineers ready to assist you. Give them a call at 1-800-903-9247.
Phone (513) 671-3322
Fax (513) 671-3363
Today is a
s ad, h appy, well let’s just say it’s a day here at EXAIR. It is back to school time throughout most of the country and sadly enough, it is the last day of our Co-Op’s final quarter semester as a Co-Op.
You may notice him from his star role in films such as, Escape To The Planet Of Professor Penurious, Will It Launch, Penurious 2012, What I Do, and The Professor “Raps”? I’m Speechless. Yes, he is the first and only Co-Op here to get a face tattoo, for work purposes. Needless to say the Co-Op program here at EXAIR is not the normal engineering Co-Op experience.
We like to think that we have given our Co-Op the experience of a lifetime. The truth is, he has learned a good amount about compressed air and how to save it, mostly thanks to The Professor. Below is Prof. Penurious in his casual Friday dress with the Co-Op and his trophy of things that didn’t make it through his time of use here at EXAIR.
We all wish him a great final year at the wonderful University of Cincinnati, along with a great future even after he graduates. Hopefully for him it will be far away from the Professor.