EXAIR Corporation offers a wide family of air guns among its unmatched selection of compressed-air equipment, and one of its most recent and acclaimed products is the Intellistat ion air gun. This award-winning device is a handheld and lightweight solution to static elimination in clean processes or in sensitive assembly work.
Designed to consume minimal compressed air while delivering precise blowoff, the Intellistat ion air gun is recommended for assembly applications like scientific and electronic test facilities, laboratories, or clean rooms.
Comfortable, economic short-throw trigger
The Intellistat received two prestigious industry awards in 2021: the Silver Plant Engineering Product of the Year Award in the Mechanical Category, as well as the Occupational Health and Safety 2021 New Product of the Year Award in the Lab Safety Category. This is a patented, handheld static-elimination tool for sterile environments that is rated Class 5 for clean rooms and controlled environments, as per the ISO 14644-1 standard.
This ion air gun offers exceptional, rapid static-decay rates capable of reducing 1,000 volts to less than 100 in less than one second at up to two feet away. The user activates the Intellistat with its comfortable, ergonomic, short-throw, fast-acting trigger, and this requires a minimum amount of effort. It is constructed with a low-voltage transformer that converts 120 volts to 24 volts, and it is designed to ensure user safety, as well as use an EXAIR engineered air nozzle to maximize efficiency.
The Intellistat also complies with the sound-level and dead-end pressure requirements of the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It is also approved by Underwriters Laboratories in the U.S. and by CE and RoHS in Europe. EXAIR has equipped it with a red/green LED to signify proper functionality and with a hook for simple hanging and storage. The Intellistat has a durable, static, lightweight, dissipative polycarbonate body and assures its usefulness in circuit-board or electronics manufacturing or testing and other applications that require non-conductivity.
Headquartered in Cincinnati, EXAIR has designed and manufactured an unequalled range of industrial compressed-air equipment for 40 years. Examples include air guns, vacuum conveyors, cabinet coolers and more.