The high temperatures and dusty environments of most factories are the enemies of sensitive electronic controls. Dust intrusion can be mitigated by placing electronics in a dust-proof enclosure but that usually won't relieve the heating problem. Since overheated controls can lead to nuisance tripping, circuit drift, or even a complete failure of the system, it's a high priority to find a solution. EXAIR's compressed air powered Cabinet Cooler® Systems are engineered to keep controls both dust-free and cool. Using a small amount of compressed air, they produce a cool, clean flow of air that will maintain proper operating temperature and a higher enclosure pressure which will help to keep dust and dirt out.
Super Air Knives
EXAIR's Super Air Knife very efficiently produces a quiet, hard-hitting curtain of air for cleaning, drying and cooling on webs or conveyors. Both compressed air usage and noise are dramatically lower than other blowoffs. To provide edge-to-edge cleaning, it has been engineered to deliver a uniform sheet of laminar airflow across its entire length. Even at high pressures of 80 PSIG (5.5 BAR), the sound level is surprisingly quiet at 69dBA for most applications — well below OSHA workday limits. Super Air Knives are available in stock lengths from 3" (76mm) to 108" (2743mm) in aluminum, Type 303 stainless steel, Type 316 stainless steel, and PVDF.
Cold Gun Aircoolant Systems
An alternative to messy and expensive mist cooling, EXAIR's Cold Gun converts compressed air into a focused stream of cold air that's ideal for cooling parts and tooling during machining operations. The Cold Gun produces a stream of clean, cold air at 50°F (28°C) below supply air to keep parts cool, clean, and dry — an invaluable tool for machining a wide range of plastics, hard metals and other materials that may become contaminated when using traditional coolants or oils. Cold Guns have a quick mount magnetic base and flexible cold air outlet that make it easy to position for optimal cooling and debris removal.
EXAIR's Air Atomizing Nozzles combine compressed air and liquid to create a fine, even mist. They can be configured to create a wide range of spray patterns for a variety of uses, from creating a uniform disinfectant coating on a surface, to producing a cooling fog, to keeping a room at a set humidity. A common use is for spraying release agents to keep parts from sticking in a mold, speeding up production and reducing scrap rates.
All EXAIR Atomizing Nozzles are constructed of durable, corrosion-resistant stainless steel.