The following short video explains the differences between the 3 styles of Air Knives offered by EXAIR – The Super, Standard and Full-Flow. All of these Models are IN STOCK, ready to ship, with orders received by 3:00 PM Eastern.
If you need additional assistance choosing your EXAIR Air Knife, please contact an application engineer at 800-903-9247.
I’ve been pretty entertained over the past few weeks with all the new commercials from a certain insurance company that boasts their ability to save you 15% in 15 minutes. Well sure enough one of their competitors has now flipped that on them and turned it into almost a joke. Their competitor now claims to save the same amount in half the amount of time. While they never say the name it is still making sure that you get the point they are better than their competition.
While the commercials are funny and I do get a kick out them it is still just talk until you actually try them out. Here at EXAIR we have our own competitors who will claim their flow is one less SCFM than a similar EXAIR product, or maybe 1 dBA quieter. The fact of the matter is, they can say whatever they want to in advertisements, catalogs, on websites, or even blogs. What matters is the actual performance of the products as well as the level of service you receive from the company before and after you purchase. We’ve said it before, and we will say it again, the proof is in the pudding.
EXAIR will not only provide you with enough (if not more than enough) information before you purchase a product, we will also then stand behind the product with a 30 day guarantee. To top all of that off, we make ourselves available through phone, email, fax, mail, live chat, or even stop in our facility. The point is we are here to help and we aren’t going to disappear after you buy the product.
Note: Depending upon your current SCFM use and total capacity – you may be able to save 15% by just twisting on some engineered air nozzles in place of open blow offs. This could actually be performed in less than 15 minutes – you get the picture…