Air guns hit the target for safety

18-10-2011

EXAIR's family of Safety Air Guns has always provided high quality performance for blowoff, drying or cleaning needs.

Now, independent laboratory tests certify that EXAIR’s Safety Air Guns have also met the rigorous safety, health and environmental standards of the European Union in order to attain the CE mark.

EXAIR’s Safety Air Guns use engineered air nozzles for high performance – designed to maximise entrainment of room air while minimising compressed air consumption.

The range includes:

  • Precision Safety Air Gun – extremely lightweight and comfortable to operate during periods of extended use. The small diameter nozzles will fit into tight spaces while providing strong blowing force.
  • Soft Grip Safety Air Guns – feature a durable cast aluminium body that is suited for rugged industrial use. The ergonomic design has a large trigger for easy operation and a convenient hanger hook for easy storage. Extension Pipes and Stay Set Hoses for hard to reach areas are available.
  • Heavy Duty Safety Air Guns – powerful air guns with a durable cast aluminium body that is best suited for heavy use in rugged industrial environments. The ergonomic composite rubber grip and wide curved trigger can be used for hours without fatigue. Extension Pipes for hard to reach areas are available.
  • Super Blast Safety Air Guns – these provide the strongest blowing force – ideal for long distance, wide area blowoff, cooling and drying applications. The comfortable foam rubber handle provides a firm grip. The spring-loaded valve instantly shuts off the air supply if the air gun is dropped.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688
www.caasafety.com.au

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