The patented (no longer patent pending) EXAIR No-Drip Atomizing Spray Nozzles have been nominated and are a finalist in the Flow Control 2016 Innovation Awards. The No Drip Atomizing Nozzles are just a portion of the entire Liquid Atomizing Nozzle products that EXAIR Offers. The No-Drip’s patented liquid shut off valve design eliminates the need for a separate pilot air line to positively shut off liquid flow ensuring there are no drips or excess flow from the nozzle. These are ideal when dealing with fine surface finishes, costly liquids, or intermittent spraying needs. The nozzles are offered in both pressure fed liquid and siphon fed liquid versions.
For the pressure fed version, the nozzle will require both compressed air and a pressurized liquid source. Both pressures can be adjusted independently giving a large spectrum of adjustment to fine tune the spray pattern and droplet sizes. The siphon fed nozzles can draw liquid up to 36″ vertically or be gravity fed up to 18″ overhead. This makes installation quick and easy when a pressurized liquid source, or liquid pump is not at hand.
The No-Drip Atomizing Spray Nozzles have also proven themselves in many applications, you can even read about a few of them here on our blog, links below.
Some of the reasons the EXAIR No-Drip Atomizing Nozzles were selected for these applications are the patented no-drip valve, their ability to atomize liquids to a range of 22-71 micron droplet size, the ability to fit into a tight space as well as the many spray pattern options. These features have ranked the nozzles as a finalist in Flow Control’s 2016 Innovation Awards.
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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.
Just based upon this photo of Joe, we can assume he is going to exercise his right to vote. We also want to encourage you all to vote, if you haven’t already. If you feel as if you don’t know much about the issues take a few minutes to look them up on the internet. You can typically do a search like “Ohio voting issues 2011” (or your state) for helpful information like this. I know you are all busy folks and may not want to get out there and voice your position – but since when have you stopped speaking up for yourself? Get your body out there and vote after work! You generally have until 7:00 pm local time tonight.