Exair Compact Air Guns Feature Variable-Flow Triggers
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The variable-flow trigger enables them to produce light, medium or heavy force as needed, capable of producing as much as 1 lb of force.
Exair’s VariBlast compact safety air guns feature a variable-flow trigger that enables them to produce light, medium or heavy force as needed. They are capable of producing as much as 1 lb of force, making them well-suited for light- to medium-duty applications.
The lightweight cast aluminum guns have two ¼ NPT air inlets and a storage hanger for convenience. Air consumption is 10-17.5 SCFM, depending on the nozzle installed. The guns can use extensions as long as 72" for extended reach and can be purchased with a chip shield. This line uses Exair’s 1/8 NPT engineered air nozzles, which are designed to reduce compressed air use, and meet OSHA requirements for dead-end pressure and noise exposure.
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