Air Pipes

Compressed Air Pipe Systems
Aluminum, Quick Connect

Fast, flexible and easy to modify aluminum pipe system for compressed air applications manufactured by Parker Legris Transair.

Quick, instant connections eliminate the need to thread or solder pipe. The lightweight aluminum pipe is easy to handle and safe to work with on elevated platforms.

Significantly reduces labor time and cost, making it the most cost effective pipe system for compressed air.

HIGHLIGHTS

Push-to-Connect Technology
Fast, Flexible Installation

Modular Design
No Lateral Dismantling

1/2“ – 6“ Pipe Sizes
Widespread Applications

Immediate Pressurization
System Efficiency

No Corrosion
Durability

Removable and Reusable
Flexible Use

Leak-Free
Guaranteed

Full Bore Design

100% Recyclable
All Materials

Silicone Free
Pipe, Fittings and Valves

CRN Approved
Every Province

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Transair Air Pipe Systems

Quick Assembly

Transair’s aluminum and stainless steel pipe systems are easy to assemble and easy to modify.

Transair piping is easier to lift and handle than standard steel piping, and its push-to-connect fittings secure connections with a simple push and twist. The fittings eliminate the need for skilled pipe fitters, special tools, pipe preparation and threading.

Transair also eliminates the time needed for soldering and glue drying. And once the pipe is pushed into the fitting, the connection is secure and ready to be pressurized.

Transair also offers an easy means of adding new drop or bypass onto an existing length of pipe is an important consideration for any air pipe work system. Transair quick assembly brackets are designed for this purpose, without the need to cute the pipe. A swans neck built into the brackets retains condensate water in the main line. Thanks to its small size, the Transair quick assembly bracket facilitates new additions in the tightest places and can be used for connecting horizontal branch lines and vertical drops.

Optimum Efficiency of Machinery and Tools

The “full bore” design of Transair’s components, the low friction coefficient of aluminum pipe and stainless steel, and the sealing characteristics of the system ensure optimal and constant flow throughout. Due to its innovative technology, Transair gives better performance in terms of improved flow and reduced pressure drop.

Example:
  • A 63 mm Transair system gives a flow performance better than that of a nominal (2 ½’’) galvanized steel system.
  • Transair aluminum pipe ensures superior flow performance over a longer period of time.
Example:
  • Steel pipe can erode by a 40% factor over its lifetime.
  • Transair maintains is smooth bore through out its lifetime.

Durable Equipment, Clean Air Quality

Transair aluminum and stainless steel pipe systems ensures a total absence of corrosion (self protection by formation of aluminum oxide). The inner pipe surface consistently delivers clean compressed air, inert gas, and chilled water. Transair also protects industrial equipment against water deterioration thanks to its quick assembly brackets with integral upward loop.

Transair prevents the problems caused by rust, which affects galvanized steel systems. Due to consistent clean air/water, Transair aluminum pipe and stainless steel ensues higher longevity of equipment and avoids frequent changes of filtration elements.

Overall Savings: Reduction of Installation, Operating and Commissioning Costs

Transair aluminum and stainless steel systems are quick to install and ready for immediate pressurization. Components are removable and interchangeable and allow immediate and easy layout modifications. All components incorporate quick assembly connection, which enables Transair systems to be assembled much more quickly than galvanized steel or copper system.

Example:
  • Galvanized installation: 6 feet per hour
  • Copper installation: 8 feet per hour
  • Transair installation: 45 feet per hour

All modifications or added extensions to a Transair system can be done extremely quickly and will meet your production requirements.

Example:
  • Lateral dismantling of pipe: 1 minutes 30 seconds
  • Drilling of pipe: 2 minutes 30 seconds
  • Mounting Brackets: 45 seconds
  • Remounting of pipe to the system: 1 minute 30 seconds