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Communication to Customers Concerning COVID-19.

Dear Customer, In reference to the latest United States Government information as of today’s date 1 PM CDT, regarding the evolution of the COVID-19 health emergency, Max-Air Technology, Inc. is closely monitoring the situation and will provide further updates as required. At the moment, we…
Max-Air Technology
March 17, 2020
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Max-Air Purchases Solidworks Flow Simulation Software

Solidworks Flow Simulation Software With its CFD analysis capabilities, we can simulate liquid and gas flow in real world conditions, run “what if” scenarios, and quickly analyze the effects of fluid flow, heat transfer, and related forces on immersed or surrounding components. Featured SOLIDWORKS Flow…
Max-Air Technology
February 5, 2020
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Max-Air Purchases Conval Sizing Software

CONVAL Control Valve Sizing Software Calculation of cv value, flow rates, or upstream and downstream pressures Calculation of control characteristics w/ graphical optimization Key Performance Indicator “Ri” (Reliability Index) – overall reliability rating based on predicted cavitation and noise Key Performance Indicator “Ci” (Controllability Index)…
Max-Air Technology
February 5, 2020
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Expanding & Upgrading Machining Capabilities

In 2020, Max-Air Technology is expanding its machining department to better serve customers with their valve automation needs. Below is the newest machine and the freshly epoxy coated floor! Contact Max-Air for all of your valve mounting needs today!
Max-Air Technology
December 27, 2019
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GRPP Actuators for Enhanced Corrosion Resistance

Max-Air Technology, Inc. is pleased to introduce its new line of Glass Reinforced Polypropylene, or GRPP, actuators. The GP SERIES of actuators is an extension of Max-Air’s already successful Engineered Polymer line of actuators. The units are produced in a reinforced polypropylene material which extends…
Max-Air Technology
May 11, 2011
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Max-Air Introduces MT SERIES Actuators

Max-Air Technology is pleased to announce their new MT Series rotary pneumatic actuators. This new series maintains all of the same features and benefits of the UT Series except that the removable flange on the bottom of the UT Series has been removed. Max-Air Technology…
Max-Air Technology
September 7, 2010