Transair® aluminum pipe is the ideal system for any compressed air, vacuum, or inert gas application. Transair® pipe push-to-connect fittings eliminate the need to thread, weld or glue pipe. Transair® offers substantial savings on installation, maintenance and operating costs when compared to other compressed air piping systems. Transair's detachable and interchangeable components allow users to easily modify production layouts or execute process changes within minutes. Its patented sealing technology guarantees Transair® to be leak-free.Our factory-trained sales staff is here to help you find the right pipe and connectors to fit the job and at the right price to fit your budget. Contact Us Today at 727-835-0660.
Transair®, the original "blue air pipe", can also be combined with existing copper and steel compressed air pipe systems without compromising performance, making it the ideal solution for upgrades or expansion projects. Unlike the performance of copper or steel, which degrades over time due to corrosion, Transair pipe provides clean air quality with optimum flow rate. Available in 1/2" to 8", the Transair aluminum pipe system is the ideal pipe system for any industrial application.
mdi is the premier, national distributor for Transair® aluminum pipe and fittings. From major industrial facilities to small garages, we have the experience and expertise to provide you with the proper pipe sizes, fittings, adapters, valves, and tools to complete the job.
Transair® pipes are manufactured from extruded aluminum, providing a durable, lightweight alternative to iron, steel, copper, and plastic. Transair® aluminum pipe provides the combination of the smooth bore interior and the natural corrosion resistance of aluminum. Different from iron, steel, and copper, which can diminish your airflow through pitting and buildup over time, Transair aluminum pipes will maintain their pristine interior and keep your air flowing smoothly, reducing the costs associated with strain on your system.
While plastic piping may be equally resistant to corrosion, its brittle nature can prove dangerous to your personnel if ruptured by an accidental impact, and OSHA has regulated against its use for compressed air in many states. Due to its strength and corrosion resistance, aluminum is the best material choice.
With over 1,500,000 installations in the USA, Transair® is the unquestioned leader in compressed air systems.
Transair® components are reusable and interchangeable, which enables immediate and easy layout modifications.
Parker Hannifin, the pioneer in compressed air aluminum piping systems, builds on its history of innovation by manufacturing the largest range of diameters and products through its Transair® line. With 20 years of experience, breadth of offering, and superior operational efficiency has made Transair® the trusted brand of mechanical contractors.
The lightweight components and quick-connect interlocking design allow for easy and immediate layout modifications with zero need to thread, solder, or glue pipe. Labor accounts for only 20% of installation costs, compared to the 50-80% of such costs associated with traditional steel or black iron compressed air piping. While traditional products often corrode and degrade over time, Transair aluminum piping consistently provides clean, quality air though its leak-free, corrosion-resistant design, ensuring longevity of the equipment.
Transair® significantly reduces plant energy costs by increasing efficiency, reducing pressure drops, and eliminating leaks. Transair® compressed air piping integrates into existing copper and steel piping systems without compromising performance, making it perfect for upgrades or expansion projects.
Transair® aluminum pipe comes standard with a Qualicoat certified coating, making it ideal of all compressed air, inert gas, and vaccum applications in harsh environments.
Let our factory trained representatives assist in the design of your Transair® compressed air system. We specialize in optimizing all aspects of the estimate from pipe size to layout design, to ensure proper air distribution and cost efficient solutions for any budget. All we need is a dimensional drawing, blueprint, PDF, rough sketch or take off list to best understand how we can provide the best service possible to issue a detailed and competitive quote estimate.
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