Air-Lec Industries Blog

Can you Afford to Close the Door on Profits?

Posted by Chris Kauten on Apr 5, 2017 3:41:51 PM


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Topics: Profits, Saving money, Afford

Air-Lec Industries, LLC

Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 21, 2017 2:06:48 PM

There is standard by which we run this company and stand behind our product. That standard is MADE IN AMERICA. More than a slogan or catch phrase, Made IN AMERICA is our belief in treating our customers like neighbors. We give our BEST effort, EVERYTIME, because we’d be embarrassed to give our neighbors anything less.

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Topics: Made in the U.S.A, Trouble Free, Cost-Effective

Swing in Door Operator

Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 21, 2017 12:10:39 PM

Using the principle of an automobile piston, Air-Lec Swing Door Operator is adaptable to almost any type of swinging or folding door. Built-in features include adjustable operating speed, cushioned closing and automatic emergency manual operation.

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Topics: Automoblie piston, Emergency Manual Operation, Adjustable operating speed

Air-Lec Air Seal for Swinging doors

Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 21, 2017 12:03:05 PM

The Air-Lec seal is the perfect answer for freezer and cooler or where a positive seal is require. The Air-Lec Door Seal connects in parallel with the Air-Lec Swing Operator and functions automatically with the operator. The pressurized cylinder releases the spring tension on the door to aid in opening. Upon closing, the mechanical door seal contacts the fork, and the powerful spring firmly draws the door tight to prevent air circulation and frosting. The exhausting air acts as a cushion to prevent slamming. The air seal does not prevent manual operation of the door. A second Air-Lec Seal can be installed on larger doors.

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Topics: Air Tight Seal, Swinging doors, Automaically


Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 14, 2017 8:44:35 AM


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Topics: National Frozen Food Plant, Temperature, Saitation


Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 13, 2017 6:50:24 PM

“We use the Air-Lec operators to maintain constant humidity and temperature conditions.”

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Topics: Humidity and temperature conditions, Maintain


Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 13, 2017 6:32:49 PM

"The parts we have replace were not needed because of any deficiently in operator design or construction. Stuart Ostrander-J.I. case 

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Topics: Replacement parts, Deficiency


Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 13, 2017 6:26:21 PM

"Maintaining a high level of sanitation and a constant temperature in our plant is essential to our packing operation.....that’s why we went with Air-Lec" Gary Ash-National Frozen Foods 

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Topics: Constant temperture, Sanitation, Packing operation


Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 10, 2017 11:51:09 AM

“You make these thing good. So good, I don’t have to order parts that often.” Tom Hemseth

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Topics: Cold storage Areas, Grass Quality meat

Replacement kit for Inertia/Swing

Posted by Chris Kauten on Mar 10, 2017 11:42:51 AM
All current production operator now use a new leather cup assembly which in interchangeable with most earlier diagrams. This assembly consists of: "see attended diagram for description of each parts".

When replacing a cylinder piston assembly, remove the old assembly completely. Care should be taken so as not to damage the piston rod while removing the nut. Assemble the components as shown in the diagram below.
Saturate the fell washer and lubricate the leather cup with a light #10 oil when assembly the cylinder. Occasionally, during use, add a few drops of oil to the cylinder.
Since the new piston assembly has much less static friction in the cylinder bore, it may be necessary to readjust the check valve and the spring setting.
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Topics: Cylinder Piston assembly, Replacement kit, Leather cup, Less static friction