That’s right, just like your local cable or satellite TV provider, EXAIR offers On-Demand content that can be streamed and used for training, education, help with cost justification, or improve awareness around compressed air costs and safety.
The best part about this content is that you don’t have to pay for it, simply register on our website (where your information is not shared) and go to the Webinars section of our Knowledge Base. Then gain access to the library of five webinars that have all been broadcast around compressed air safety, efficiency, and optimization.
The current On-Demand offering is listed below:
Intelligent Compressed Air Solutions for OSHA Compliance
Intelligent Solutions for Electrical Enclosure Cooling
Optimize Your Compressed Air System in 6 Simple Steps
Simple Steps for Big Savings
Understanding Static Electricity
The most recent webinar we created is currently only On-Demand for registered attendees and will soon be added to the Knowledge Base library. If you did not get to see it live, the content was extremely helpful for anyone that works within a facility that uses compressed air. Use This Not That – 4 Common Ways To Save Compressed Air In Your Plant, keep an eye out for the release date in our On-Demand section.
If you would like to discuss any of the webinar topics further, please feel free to reach out to an Application Engineer.
Growing up across the street from an old fashioned service station does have its perks. This was one of the old 76 gas stations that still had a garage where a mechanic would fix your car, as well as you could get gas if you needed to. They even had the rubber hose that would ring a bell when you drive over it. One of the other things this station had was a compressed air hose that ran to the outside of the building and offered free compressed air to any passer by so they could fill up their tires as needed. Normally it just had a very simple tire chuck on the end that would connect to the Schrader valve on your car tire. This station is still there, they no longer sell gas, and they have also removed the bell ringing air hose that runs outside. If you need a tire filled now, you have to either catch them during normal business hours or move on to the next gas station and hope they have some form of compressed air available.
The full service gas stations for the most part have been replaced by gas stations with convenience stores attached. They carry more junk food than they do products for your car and they have no need to own or operate an air compressor. Their customers still have that need though so there are now small stand alone compressed air stations. These range from small shoebox sized units that you pay a few quarters for, up to the unit I noticed today while filling up my car.
This unit takes credit cards, regulates the compressed air to the user selected pressure, and all you have to do is hook it to your cars valve stem. This is far from free, and the reason is, compressed air is a costly utility. If you don’t believe us when we repeatedly talk about how much money you can save on compressed air by installing our engineered compressed air nozzles, Super Air Amplifiers or Super Air Knives (among others), then accept a challenge from me. Contact an EXAIR Application Engineer to discuss any point of use compressed air applications that you have in your facility. While you are waiting to get the in stock, shipped same day, Intelligent Compressed Air Products® received, monitor your compressed air use and the energy use on your compressor. Install the EXAIR products once you receive them and continue to monitor your air and energy consumption. If you don’t see a decrease within these two areas, call me and return the items. We honor a 30 day guarantee on stock products just so you can make sure you are saving air, and getting the best performance out of your compressed air system.