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February 1, 2001

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Gun Blows Machining Chips Free, Then Vacuums In One Step


Gun Blows MachiningChips Free, Then VacuumsIn One Step

0201pn-8.jpgFor cleaning cavities and/or drilled holes, Exair's new Deep Hole Vac-u-Gun first blows contaminants loose and then vacuums them, in one step. It provides an amplified output flow that is 12 times the air consumption rate. Unit is designed to replace blow guns, which can cause debris to fly in all directions.

When the trigger of the unit is depressed, air from a small blow tube dislodges and lifts debris, while a larger suction tube vacuums them away. It is said to be ideal for cleaning holes up to 1-1/4-in. dia at a depth of 18 in. Applications include cleaning holes in fixtures, T-slots and punch press tables, as well as cleaning bottles and evacuating coolant from parts.

Unit has a die-cast construction with no moving parts. A hanger is provided for storage or mounting on a tool balancer. Prices start at $75.

Exair Corp.
Cincinnati, OH 

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