Interview With a Product: Exair's Safety Air Gun with Chip Shield

This weekly Q&A will feature some of your favorite products uncensored and without their packaging.

Welcome to Interview With a Product. This weekly Q&A will feature some of your favorite products uncensored and without their packaging. Today, our interviewee is the Safety Air Gun with Chip Shield from Exair. Thanks for joining us.

Exair Safety Air Gun with Chip Shield: Glad to be here.

Plant Services: Tell us a little bit about yourself.

E: Exair’s family of Safety Air Guns (Precision Safety Air Gun, Soft Grip Safety Air Gun, and Heavy Duty Safety Air Gun) has always tried to fulfill users' blowoff, drying and cleaning needs. Now, Safety Air Guns like me are available with Chip Shields to protect workers and help businesses comply with OSHA safety standards.

PS: So what exactly do you do?

E: I am designed to maximize entrainment of room air while minimizing compressed air consumption.

PS: What sets you apart from the competition?

E: My Chip Shield is a durable polycarbonate shield that protects operators from flying debris often associated with blowing chips off machined parts.

PS: Interesting. Tell us more about your Chip Shield.

E: Chip Shields are great for keeping coolant from splashing everywhere during drying operations, and Chip Shields can be used on Safety Air Guns with or without an extension pipe.

PS: Why should someone buy you?

E: Chip Shields are available to fit the Safety Air Guns you currently have in use.

PS: Tell us more about Exair.

E: Exair Corporation was incorporated in 1983 as a manufacturer of compressed air-operated products to solve problems in industrial plants. Our product line includes vortex tubes, air amplifiers, air knives, air-operated vacuums, ionizing products for static elimination, and liquid atomizing nozzles for product cooling, coating, cleaning, and painting.

PS: And now it's time for a fun question. What is your favorite phrase?

E: "Let the chips fall where they may."

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