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.
I think we have all heard the mantra Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – a phrase that is thought to have originated back in 70’s when environmental protection became a governmental policy.
We at EXAIR can help your company follow this important principle and help to keep your costs down as well.
Reduce – Reduce the number of times you change out your coolant, reduce your wastewater. Our Reversible Drum VAcs and Chip Trappers help keep your coolant clean by providing a simple and effective method to remove and/or strain your coolant.
Also, remember this – they are VERY hard to break or ruin. If you have one of our liquid handling Reversible Drum Vacs or Chip Trapper units, and the performance isn’t quite as you remember it to be, give us a call. We can help to trouble shoot and narrow in on the root cause. Most of the time, it is a simple fix, such as a air leak or a change to the air supply system that has caused a drop in performance. If we have eliminated all of those possible causes, we can offer the RDVREFURB option. Simply send in your Reversible Drum Vac pump unit, and we will do a free evaluation. Then we’ll let you know what we find, and provide a quote for the repair. The repair typically involves a thorough cleaning, replacement of a few basic parts, and then setting and testing to original factory specification. Because the unit has no moving parts, there isn’t much that can break down or go wrong. Don’t throw away that unit, REDUCE the amount of waste you create.
Reuse – Maybe you have a Super Air Knife in storage that is not in use, and you come up with a need, but the Knife doesn’t quite match the application. We can provide new custom shim to change the air flow pattern. Perhaps you have a 24″ Super Air Knife, but the new application requires only 18″ of airflow. You can send the knife in and we can clean it up and install a new custom shim to provide the exact airflow pattern that meets your requirements. Or, we can send the new shim directly to you for your team to install. Don’t let the unused product lie around, REUSE it for another process or application.
Recycle – If for what ever reason a product has been deemed to be no-longer viable and cannot be reused, the time comes to dispose of it. We hope that you would take the time to recycle it properly. With materials of construction including brass, aluminum and type 303 and type 316 stainless steels, most EXAIR products can be RECYCLED as common metals and you may even get a little money back!
To discuss your processes and how an EXAIR Intelligent Compressed Air Product can provide a beneficial service, feel free to contact EXAIR and myself or one of our other Application Engineers can help you determine the best solution.
This past week was another celebration here at EXAIR, in case you didn’t notice, we like to do that here. This wasn’t a birthday, anniversary or someone leaving the team, it was another record breaker for the EXAIR team. I know we have talked about cookouts before and these only happen for special occasions. Nonetheless when you have the EXAIR management team, including the owner and President, grilling everyone’s lunch – it is a great day.
This builds so much camaraderie through the ranks of EXAIR that I don’t know any way to do it better. The entire time we had the cookout there was still no hiccup in our standard operations either, that means if you called in, you still got to speak to a live person and not a recording. That is the level of service that we provide every day, every week, every month, and every year. That is what sets us apart from any of our competition and allows us to continue to reach higher goals than we have ever reached before.
Now if you will excuse me, I need to go take a jog and try to work myself out of this food coma from the steak.
Life rarely ever goes as any of us plans it. It’s full of peaks and valleys, and, on occasion, plateaus of peace and serenity. Sometimes life is spontaneous and fun! Other times, chaotic and painful. Some things, like who you fall in love with and spend the rest of your life with can’t be planned out ahead of time. Some things, like education, careers, and retirement, can be. And sometimes, things beyond us change those plans completely. Occasionally, it’s for the worse, but I am inclined to think that, for the most part, it’s for the better. So it goes.
After serving for 10 years as the Engineering Manager for EXAIR corporation, I will be pursuing a new course in life. It wasn’t one that I sought, but rather, it sought me. Friday, July the 10th marked my retirement from engineering. Today, I started training for the full time ministry.
When I first came to EXAIR, there was no doubt in my mind that it was answered prayer. I had worked for small companies and Fortune 500 companies alike before coming here, and there was no doubt in my mind where I wanted to settle down and spend the rest of my engineering life. I wanted to work for a small, family owned business that genuinely cared for its employees, that actually manufactured durable goods here in Cincinnati, and that was close to home. I was blessed to find all three.
The work here at EXAIR was always interesting. Developing new products, redesigning existing ones, tracking down root causes of failure and cost accounting are just some of the things I did here as an engineer. And although designing custom products was always my favorite part of the engineering side of this job, where else could I get paid to be Professor Penurious? Good times indeed.
But what I really learned while working for the smartest guy I’ve ever known, is how a successful organization is run, en masse. From the outwardly perceivable things like manufacturing, procurement, marketing, sales, order entry, accounting, etc. to the unquantifiable, like how to treat employees, customers and vendors. Like the rest of life, sometimes it goes according to plan, and sometimes you fly by the seat of your pants. But if you’re always honest, diligent and sincere, you can rest easy at night knowing you’ve done the right thing. These are skills I’m confident will serve me well in my new job, and I’d like to thank all of you, especially Bryan Peters, for helping me learn them.
I had no intention of leaving EXAIR one second before I turned 59 ½ (if the stock market was good to me…) I quickly became good friends with everyone here and even during difficult times, I knew this was the job for me. It’s not that I wanted to leave here, far from it! But my path forward is clear and undeniable. I will miss the interesting customers and helpful suppliers, but mostly, I’ll miss the wonderful people I worked alongside this last decade. I can say sincerely and without hesitation that I love each and every one of you.
EXAIR has changed my life for the better. I hope that in some way, I have done the same for EXAIR. So it goes. So I go.
Engineering Manager (ret.)