Industrial compressed-air equipment is important in a variety of sectors, and businesses get a selection unlike any other from EXAIR Corporation. This includes a wide range of air guns. Durable, comfortable, and easy to use, these instruments give users the exact levels of force they need for unique applications.
A key benefit of these air guns is that each uses an engineered air nozzle that entrains large volumes of surrounding air to provide outstanding performance.
With various accessories available too
Among the other major advantages of these devices are safe operation, low air consumption, and low noise levels. The EXAIR team manufactures several popular models, such as the VariBlast precision and compact safety air gun, the Soft Grip safety air gun, the Heavy Duty safety air gun, and much more.
Extremely lightweight, the VariBlast series has a focused air blast that gives exceptional cleaning ability. Each of these air guns is designed with a variable flow trigger, making the air flow easy to adjust and able to produce a variety of force values. Using a mix of 1/8 NPT engineered air nozzles, the available force runs from two ounces to 16 ounces.
EXAIR offers a large selection of Soft Grip units, each with a force ranging from nine ounces to 3.3 pounds. Operators can use them for hours continuously without fatigue, due to the ergonomic design and the large trigger. The powerful Heavy Duty series delivers a force ranging from 13 ounces to 3.3 pounds, with a 3/8 NPT compressed-air inlet that boosts the available air flow to the Super air nozzle; this leads to higher force and flow than other air guns produce.
These are not the only safety air guns available from EXAIR. Other options include the Soft Grip Super Air Scraper, the Back Blow safety air gun, and the Super Blast safety air gun. The company also offers various accessories in different models for these instruments, such as chip shields, extension pipes, and stay set hoses.
Founded in 1983, EXAIR designs, produces, and supplies different kinds of compressed-air equipment for industrial facilities at its headquarters in Cincinnati.