EXAIR Product Catalog Available on TraceParts CAD Content Platform

EXAIR Corporation, a manufacturer of compressed air-operated products, has partnered with TraceParts to publish its 3D content catalog.

CINCINNATI, OHIO USA (February 5th, 2020) - EXAIR Corporation, a manufacturer of compressed air-operated products, has partnered with TraceParts to publish its 3D content catalog.


A large selection of EXAIR's compressed air-operated products such as Vortex Tubes, Cabinet Coolers, Air Nozzles, Air Amplifiers, Air Knives, and more can be found on the TraceParts CAD content platform.

"EXAIR is excited to introduce its compressed air-operated products to the vast universe of TraceParts designers and engineers around the world," said Kirk Edwards, Director of Sales and Marketing at EXAIR. "The opportunity to reach new customers is a powerful marketing solution that will help EXAIR to grow its business around the world. We will continue to add more of our products to the TraceParts website with the goal of delivering an unmatched digital customer experience for our customers."

Designers and engineers all over the world are now able to preview and download more than 60,000 CAD files from EXAIR Corporation on the TraceParts website and the TraceParts Publishing Network.

"TraceParts is thrilled to be working with EXAIR to digitize and deliver EXAIR compressed air-operated products as 3D product data, including the supplier and part number information required to complete the digital thread," said Rob Zesch, President of TraceParts America. "TraceParts helps EXAIR get reliably spec'd in and purchased through a seamless digital customer experience."

About EXAIR Corporation

EXAIR Corporation was incorporated in 1983 as a manufacturer of compressed air-operated products to solve problems in industrial plants.

EXAIR manufactures compressed air-operated products to solve manufacturing problems including Air Knives, Cabinet Coolers, engineered Air Nozzles & Air Guns, Vortex Tubes, Air Amplifiers, Industrial Vacuums, Liquid Air Atomizing Nozzles and Static Eliminators.

EXAIR Corporation is an American-owned company located in a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio.

For more info, visit www.exair.com.

About TraceParts

TraceParts is one of the world's leading providers of 3D digital content for engineering. As part of the Trace Group founded in 1990, the company provides powerful web-based solutions, such as CAD part libraries, electronic catalogs, and product configurators.

TraceParts offers digital marketing services to help part vendors, 3D printing suppliers, software and computer hardware vendors promote their products and services and generate high-quality B2B sales leads.

The TraceParts portal is available free-of-charge to millions of CAD users worldwide. It provides access to hundreds of supplier catalogs and more than 100 million CAD models and product datasheets that perfectly meet the specific needs of design, purchasing, manufacturing and maintenance processes and operations.

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