Today’s video blog shows the replacement of a drum lid gasket on an EXAIR Industrial Vacuum.
We have just found out that four of our new problem solving products have been nominated for Plant Engineering’s Product of the Year (Please Vote for us HERE). The first candidate I would like to showcase is in the Automation & Controls category. The Electronic Temperature Control for Dual Cabinet Cooler Systems effectively turn the compressed air supply to the Cabinet Coolers on and off as needed to maintain a constant temperature inside of a hot enclosure. Using the air intermittently to maintain a specific temperature is the most efficient way to operate.
The ETC Dual Cabinet Cooler Systems work in conjunction with EXAIR’s UL listed Cabinet Cooler Systems which provide cooling for your electrical enclosures without the use of refrigerant based coolants or fans. The Cabinet Cooler Systems utilize a compressed air driven Vortex Tube which uses compressed air. This cold compressed air is exhausted into the enclosure which results in a cool working environment for your electronics. Warm air from inside the enclosure is vented safely back out of the cabinet through built in exhausts and the compressed air is only utilized when the internal air temperature reaches the digitally set temperature on the ETC.
Another added benefit of the ETC on the Cabinet Cooler system is the real time readout of the internal air temperature of your enclosures. This is on top of the push button set point which will give you a +/-2°F ambient temperature inside of your enclosure.
The ETC Dual Cabinet Cooler Systems are designed for larger heat loads ranging from 3,400 BTU/hr. to 5,600 BTU/hr. The units are available in NEMA 12, NEMA 4, and NEMA 4X ratings. This means whether you are in a fairly clean environment or a dirty, hot, muggy environment, EXAIR has you covered.
If you would like to discuss either the ETC or the Cabinet Cooler Systems, please contact an Application Engineer. If you would like to vote for our products, please check out the Plant Engineering Product of the Year page here.
We have a customer in the packaging industry who packages liquid soap into bottles. Part of the process involves loading the push-pump dispenser into a capping machine to be assembled to the bottle after filling.
The problem was that the push-pumps came in cardboard boxes which had to be wheeled over to the machine and dumped into the hopper. This was rather difficult as the top of the hopper on the capping machine was over eight feet off the ground. So, the customer went looking for some sort of solution to suck the pumps up out of the box and into his hopper.
Fortunately, he found EXAIR Corporation and our Line Vac product. We discussed the rate at which he needed to convey the product, the distance and the dimensions of the parts. All was well suited for the 4” Aluminum Line Vac Model 6086. The customer tried a few different configurations with the Line Vac and his hose because manipulating a 4” hose around isn’t all that easy to do. So the customer came up with an ingenious little waist-high platform with the vacuum feed on one side into which the parts could be slid into and vacuumed up to the hopper.
The customer is going to evaluate the effectiveness for this method of loading. He was planning on a time savings of at least 10 minutes per box to fill the hopper. He is also banking on the fact that it is now a safer application because an operator no longer has to climb a ladder to fill the hopper.
Are you in the packaging industry? Do you have an odd-shaped product that you could use to move from point A to point B rather quickly? Perhaps you have a hopper that needs to be filled? Give one of our Application Engineers a call today to discuss your application.