• EXAIR’s Air Knives are an efficient and highly effective tool for blowoff, cooling, cleaning, and drying in myriad manufacturing processes.
    EXAIR’s Air Knives are an efficient and highly effective tool for blowoff, cooling, cleaning, and drying in myriad manufacturing processes.
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EXAIR’s Air Knives are an efficient and highly effective tool for blowoff, cooling, cleaning, and drying in myriad manufacturing processes.

For the wide variety of problems manufacturers face, Exair can customise and tailor Air Knives from size, to shape, material, custom mounting holes and dimensions to solve distinct manufacturing problems not already resolved by the industry’s largest selection of Air Knives. For customers with space limitations, smaller lengths or skinnier profiles can be created.

In situations where the knife may need to be installed in a very defined spot, special mounting brackets, or additional/custom sized air inlets can be provided to fit a current system.

For applications where stock aluminium, stainless steel or PVDF won’t work, other material options such as CPVC or glass filled PEEK thermoplastic have been used. Special marking requirements for tying knives to specific machines or critical processes can be accommodated.

Unique shapes and profiles, such as double sided or curved Air Knives, can solve certain specialised processes. For help solving any specific blowoff problems, please contact Compressed Air Australia.

This Product News first appeared in the April 2022 edition of Food & Drink Business  

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