Exair’s new Safety Air Gun hits the target

07-12-2010

Exair’s new Precision Safety Air Gun is extremely lightweight and comfortable to operate during periods of extended use. 

The highly focused, forceful blast of airflow provides excellent cleaning ability and is suited to a wide range of industrial applications. 

This safety air gun has a small diameter nozzle and extension that will fit into tight spaces while packing the punch of strong blowing force. The sleek profile is a perfect fit for both small and large hands.

The Precision Safety Air Gun uses Exair’s Nano Super Air Nozzle, which has been engineered to maximize entrainment of room air while minimizing compressed air consumption. 

The Nano Super Air Nozzle is available in a rugged Type 316 Stainless Steel or Peek plastic to provide non-marring protection should the nozzle come in contact with other surfaces. 

The Peek nozzle, a Plant Engineering 2010 Product of the Year Finalist, provides excellent resistance to chemicals, fatigue and temperatures up to 160°C. 

The Precision Safety Air Gun has an ergonomic design to keep the hand in a comfortable position. A hanger is provided for convenient storage or mounting to a tool balancer.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688
http://caa.exair.com

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