Vacuum generators use compressed air to create a vacuum that can be used for any number of applications. Airtec offers several different vacuum generators and associated products to help you utilize compressed air efficiently. Our recommended vacuum generation solutions represent the pinnacle of efficiency, allowing you to get your money’s worth every time. Additionally, we have the decades of expertise needed to help you select the perfect generator to fit your application.
Our E-Vacs have been engineered for high efficiency to minimize air consumption and increase cycle speeds. EXAIR’s in-line, single stage design provides consistent, steady vacuum without the fluctuations commonly experienced with mechanical vacuums. Each unit is compact so it can be mounted close to the work surface for fast attach and release times when used with vacuum cups. E-Vac is maintenance free and has no moving parts to wear out.
At Airtec, we want to simplify compressed air. By helping everyone understand the basics of compressed air and by bringing specialized services to the global industry, we will help make compressed air use more efficient worldwide, one kilowatt-hour at a time. Call or email us for quote, and find out how you can start saving today.
Vacuum Generators We Use
EXAIR manufactures two versions of the In-Line E-Vac – Low Vacuum and High Vacuum. The application will dictate which type of vacuum is most suitable. The dimensions and performance for each model are shown.
EXAIR’s Adjustable E-Vac is a series of low cost, compressed air powered vacuum generators where the vacuum and flow rates can be easily adjusted to suit the application requirements. These vacuum pumps are ideal for a wide variety of pick and place, box opening, clamping, lifting, chucking, and surface mounting applications. They are maintenance free and have no moving parts to wear out.
EXAIR vacuum cups are vinyl. They are ideal for general purpose applications and provide excellent resistance to wear. The Durometer rating (used to indicate the flexibility and stiffness of the cup) is A50. Temperature range is 32° to 125°F (0° to 52°C).
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Electronic Flow Controller
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