EXAIR compressed air vacuum is perfect for tough industrial environmentsMay 19, 2020 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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For more than 35 years, EXAIR Corporation has boosted the innovation and profitability of North American businesses with its state-of-the-art compressed-air products. Its customers can vacuum more dry materials in less time, and with less wear, using the unique Heavy Duty Dry Vac. The EXAIR team has engineered this compressed air vacuum for tough industrial environments, with a hardened alloy construction that resists premature wear and superior power to handle difficult tasks and harsh conditions.
For general-purpose and abrasive applications
A special offer is currently on for all EXAIR industrial vacuums, including the Heavy Duty Dry Vac: with every vacuum purchase, the customer can get a free Vac-u-Gun. This device is another convenient solution to a wide range of industrial housekeeping issues.
With its quiet operation – emitting half the sound level of a typical electrically operated vacuum – the Heavy Duty Dry Vac is suitable for a broad range of applications. This includes general-purpose tasks like vacuuming floors, machines, workstations, and industrial machinery, as well as cleanup of abrasive materials such as steel shot, garnet, metal chips, and sand.
Why choose a compressed air vacuum over a standard electric one? Because electric vacuums have motors and impellers that clog and wear out easily, and because there is a potential shock hazard when they are used in standing liquids. But the EXAIR Heavy Duty Dry Vac eliminates the shock hazard with compressed-air power, and it ensures long operational life with no moving parts to break or wear out.
The lever lock drum lid fits any 30-, 55-, or 110-gallon open top drum, and users can move it between drums quickly, which simplifies keeping different materials separate for recycling. This compressed air vacuum sucks all materials directly into the drum, which eliminates the heavy lifting required with most electric vacuums, and the user can insert a poly drum liner into the drum to stop material contamination.
About the company
Established in 1983, EXAIR Corporation produces a wide range of compressed-air-operated products for solutions in industrial plants at its Cincinnati, OH facility.