Air Savers | Common Applications

What is an Air Saver?

A valve that converts constant flow of air to pulsing air (Pulsing Air Valve), reducing compressed air consumption

In open-ended pneumatic applications, compressed air consumption can be reduced by up to 50%, while performing the same amount of work.

 

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Common Applications

 

pulsing-air-cleaning-blow.png Cooling Applications  
pulsing-air-car-painting.png Painting Process Automotive spray painting
Industrial spraying of components
pulsing-air-swarf-removal.png Cleaning Applications
Swarf Removal
Cleaning blow before assembly
pulsing-air-cooling.png Drying Applications Liquid removal after the manufacturing process
pulsing-air-ionizer-dust-removal.png Ionizer Dust Removal Semiconductor manufacturing
pulsing-air-PET-bottle-transfer.png Assembly line assist blow  Assist blow for PET bottle transfer

Air Savers can reduce compressed air consumption in almost any open ended (non-actuating) pneumatic application. If a blow of air is being used to move parts, clean parts, dry parts, or to agitate, chances are that Air Savers can save you money. Contact our Engineering Department with questions about your particular application.


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