In a recent video, I showcased our newest Industrial Housekeeping product, the EasySwitch Wet-Dry Vac. Throughout my years in metalworking as well as homeownership, I have honestly never used a wet-dry vacuum that is this easy to change operating modes from wet to dry or vice versa. So just how easy is it?
When writing out instructions on how to do this it takes a total of five steps for either direction. These five steps can easily be completed in less than 15 seconds and best of all, it is tool-free.
When changing over other wet/dry vacuums, whether it is a traditional electric vacuum like you may have at home or another pneumatic industrial vacuum on the market, the switchover process is cumbersome. There are typically fasteners or retainers that are necessary to hold the filters in place, filters can be poor quality and get damaged easily. Small parts needed to hold filters in place like springs or retainer nuts can easily be lost, hard to manipulate and take additional time changing from liquid to dry modes or vice-versa. With the EasySwitch, the only fastener is a rubber latch that is attached to the filter hatch cover. This means operators can’t lose parts because they are all attached to the EasySwitch Lid. To convert from a dry vacuum to a wet vacuum the steps are simple.
Turn off the compressed air and unlatch the rubber handle. This makes it possible to complete step two.
Lift the filter hatch lid and let it rest on the hinge stop. This is all designed to be robust enough to easily support the weight of the EasySwitch unit as well as the air hose attached to it.
Lift the filter, whether it is the HEPA rated filter or the standard filter, up and out of the lid.
Close the filter hatch lid onto the edge gasket that stays firmly in place.
Latch the rubber handle/latch back into place and start processing liquid as needed.
That’s it, it takes less than 15 seconds in the video below (see it at 1:15) and I am pretty sure a speedcuber or cup stacker could do it even faster. Don’t believe me, want to test it out for yourself, we honor a 30-day guarantee on stock products. Get the EasySwitch Wet-Dry Vac in your facility and put it through your own rigorous testing. If it doesn’t perform to your liking, let us know and we will arrange for sending it back. Converting the vacuum from dry to wet isn’t the only thing that is fast, we also ship same day on orders for stock products (hint: all EasySwitch vacuums are stock product) received by 3 PM ET that are shipping within the US. (2 PM ET for orders billing and shipping to Canada.)
Hello Everyone, my name is Jordan Shouse and I’m the newest addition to the Application Engineering group here at the EXAIR Corporation! I may be new to the team here at EXAIR, but I am not new to helping my customers save money and better their process.
My background is in Metrology, I’ve worked with countless sectors of manufacturing including Automotive, Aerospace and Pharma to examine their quality processes then design and implement a strategy to better the quality, reduce scrap and improve the product ship rate to their customer. Working as an Application Engineer is really my bread and butter, as I enjoy digging into the hardest cases and finding a solution that even surprises myself sometimes!
While I do enjoy my work, I also enjoy my personal life. I consider myself a bit of a outdoorsman, anything from camping and hiking to just exploring new areas of this amazing earth! The past few years I’ve really gotten into the ocean, so much that I started a Salt Water Reef Aquarium about a year ago and it amazes me every day. Watching a little ecosystem that’s so complex in a 100 gallon tank grow and progress is at times breathtaking! (A lot of work, but breathtaking)
Just released, we are now stocking four different pipe sizes of Sanitary Flange 316 Stainless Steel Line Vacs. We are offering these in the following sizes, 1-1/2″, 2″, 2-1/2″, and 3″ Sanitary Flange. The performance is the same as our Stainless Steel Line Vacs, but now it is even easier to install in sanitary flanged piping systems. No need to get adapters or have specialty shops weld flanges on.
The new Line Vacs are available for purchase on their own or in a kit which includes the Line Vac, a mounting bracket for the Line Vac, pressure regulator and filter separator. The only parts you provide are the clamps, gaskets and compressed air supply.
These are the latest four additions to our already extensive line of in-line pneumatic conveyors. If we do not offer a stock Line Vac that will fit your needs, we also offer custom Line Vacs to fit virtually any need you may have, just contact us and we will help you determine what will work!
The latest and greatest news from EXAIR that you may have seen in trade magazines is our High Lift Reversible Drum Vac System. While some of you may have seen these in the catalog and possibly even bought one before you saw this picture in a magazine, we hadn’t released them to the world through press yet. This latest addition to our Industrial Housekeeping product line will help you remove liquid from sunken pits, wells and below grade vessels. The High Lift Reversible Drum Vac provides up to 15′ of lift while pumping 38 gallons per minute! As with many of our other vacuums there are no moving parts to wear out or fail and they can be run continuously in harsh conditions. These vacuums are the workhorses of our Industrial Housekeeping product line and could be the last vacuum you ever buy! So stop burning up electric vacuum motors and take advantage of our 30 day unconditional trial to test it for yourself.
We generate so many new products that the magazines can’t keep up with them, that is unless you would want to see a miniature EXAIR catalog in the new products section of your favorite trade magazine. So keep an eye out, you might just notice something that we snuck onto the web page or into the catalog without you noticing. As long as our customers continue to have a need for new and different product, we will continue to support them and expand our product offering. To top it all off, we will never bore you with the same press release month after month or year after year trying to act like a product is actually new.