New Look Website Offers Faster Speeds, Updated Themes, and Improved Interface

EXAIR.com® is freshly renovated with a new look and feel to heighten our user’s experience. Putting research to use and taking customer feedback to heart, we’ve made strides to ensure shopping on EXAIR.com is easier than ever.  With attention paid to overall speed and ease of navigation, the new site allows for quick and easy browsing of EXAIR products, videos and countless other resources. The new site is fully responsive, whether using a PC, tablet or smartphone, and also brings an improved search function with filtered results that allows for quick navigation to specific products in seconds.

In addition to these new features, EXAIR.com continues to provide the critical tools to understanding the best EXAIR product for you with 64 native extensions for CAD drawings, PDF files, product videos, complete performance data, installation and maintenance guides, air savings calculators, case studies, slide presentations and a huge application database including a solution pathway for learning what Intelligent Compressed Air® products can achieve. In addition, customer personalization has been upgraded giving users a much-improved account management experience when making changes, seeing order history and requesting information.

For more information, our Application Engineers are free to chat immediately during business hours with our improved chat function. Download the current catalog and price list directly from the EXAIR.com home page. Visit the new EXAIR.com and take a look around! https://exair.co/newsite

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