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Atto Super Air Nozzle For Precise Blowoff

EXAIR’s new Atto Super Air Nozzle™ has been engineered to produce the highest performance attainable from a tiny nozzle. It delivers the smallest, most precise blowoff with an efficient, high volume, high velocity airflow. The overall length of the air nozzle measures only 0.50" (12.7mm) with a diameter of only 0.16" (4mm), permitting installation in tight spaces. The durable Type 316 stainless steel construction is suitable for blowoff, cooling and drying applications located in general industrial, high temperature, food, pharmaceutical, semiconductor or corrosive environments. The Model 1108SS Atto Super Air Nozzle provides a narrowly focused air pattern. High amplification of airflow and a strong blowing force of 2.0 ounces (56.7 grams) are achieved with minimal air consumption of 2.5 SCFM at 80 PSIG. Safe operation is assured since the airflow of the Atto Super Air Nozzle cannot be blocked, which meets the OSHA standard for dead-end pressure 29 CFR 1910.242(b). Sound level is very low at 58 dBA and meets OSHA noise requirement 29 CFR 1910.95(a), as well as being CE compliant. The Atto Super Air Nozzle is designed to easily replace existing wasteful nozzles or open pipes. The compressed air inlet is male M4 X 0.5. For more information, contact: EXAIR Corporation 11510 Goldcoast Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45249-1621 Phone: (800) 903-9247 Fax: (513) 671-3363 E-mail: [email protected] www.exair.com/52/attosan.htm http://www.exair.com/52/WatchAirNozzles.htm
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Clippard: Multi-check valves

Clippard’s manifold mounted multi-check valves – the R-614, the R-337, and the R-338 – are housed in a valve body designed to mount and link together with a simple piping system that eases assembly and plumbing, resulting in reduced labor costs, errors in installation, and the potential for plumbing leakage.
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Super Blast Safety Air Guns with Extensions Offer High Power for Hard to Reach Blowoff

EXAIR’s Super Blast Safety Air Guns have always provided high quality performance for your blowoff, drying or cleaning needs. Now, they are available with 3 foot and 6 foot extension pipes. These CE compliant Super Blast Safety Air Guns with Extension Pipes provide strong blowing force to clean large areas quickly and the extensions allow you to reach areas not easily accessible.
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Controls Product Brief
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Clippard: In-line flow control line

Lightweight and compact in size, PQ-FV In-Line Flow Controls from Clippard can be easily added to existing circuitry, and since they provide a tube-to-tube connection, the control valves may be installed as meter-in or meter-out devices.
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Clippard: High-flow poppet valves

Featuring a bubble tight design, Clippard’s GV-GTV Series High Flow Poppet Valves provide high flow rates of 38 scfm @ 50 psig, 67 scfm @ 100 psig, and now include cartridge styles.
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New Powerful Stainless Steel Flat Air Nozzle Saves Space, Saves Money and Resists Corrosion

EXAIR's new 1" Stainless Steel Flat Super Air Nozzle™ produces a flat 1" (25mm) wide airstream with a strong blowing force of 9.8 ounces (278g) when mounted 12" (305mm) from the target.
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At the heart of the pneumatics solution on the Rhino 12 MAP tray-packing system is the eight-station VTUB electronically controlled manifold.
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Pneumatic-based motion system keeps MAP machine productive

UltraSource partnered with its pneumatics solutions partner to ensure that critical motion actuation systems offer the highest performance and reliability.
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Cold Gun Video

EXAIR’s Cold Gun Aircoolant System™ makes it possible to replace messy mist systems and improve dry machining operations using clean, cold air! It’s a new solution to an old problem. Heat build up on dry machining operations reduces tool life and machining rates. The CE compliant Cold Gun Aircoolant System produces a stream of clean, cold air at 50°F (28°C) below supply air temperature. Operation is quiet and there are no moving parts to wear out. It will remove heat to prolong tool life and increase productivity on machining operations when liquid coolants cannot be used.
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Static Eliminator Video

A new technology solution to the old problem of static build-up. EXAIR Static Eliminators maximize ionized airflow while minimizing compressed air consumption. A small amount of compressed air is used to entrain a high volume of surrounding air. This combined stream is ionized by an emitter point (or points) and delivered to the charged surface. Static is neutralized from distances up to 20 feet (6.1m) away. Thus, EXAIR Static Eliminators work effectively in spite of obstructions, three dimensional configurations, web "rippling", etc.
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Air Knife Video

EXAIR's Super Air Knife™ is a quiet, hard-hitting curtain of air for blowoff, cleaning, drying, and cooling, dramatically reducing compressed air usage and noise when compared to other blowoffs. The Super Air Knife offers a more efficient way to clean, dry or cool parts, webs or conveyors. It delivers a uniform sheet of laminar airflow across the entire length with hard-hitting force. Even at high pressures of 80 PSIG (5.5 BAR), the sound level is surprisingly quiet at 69 dBA for most applications! See the CE compliant Super Air Knife in action!
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