Legris Transair Piping System Transair® Piping is an innovative compressed air pipe system for the distribution of air that is easy to assemble and maintain thanks to its rapid connection technology. Using aluminum piping and push-to-connect fitting technology allows application users to dramatically reduce labor costs.

Transair's technology is well known for its high performance and is used in a wide range of industries: aerospace, food, automotive, chemicals, electronics, packaging, vehicle maintenance, clock and watch-making, printing, metal working, pharmaceutics, plastics, health, textiles, and many more

Air

Transair Aluminum Piping For Compressed Air (Dry, Wet, and Lubricated)

Transair Aluminum Piping For Compressed Air (Dry, Wet, and Lubricated)

Transair aluminum pipe with push-to-connect fittings and valves may be your best choice for your compressed air distribution system. Whether a small garage or major industrial facility, we have the appropriate pipe size: 4” (100mm), 3” (76mm), 2-1/2” (63mm), 1-1/2” (40mm), 1” (25mm), and ½” (16.5mm) and an extensive range of accessories. NEW for 2012 is a 6" diameter Pipe for large SCFM capacity applications.

Transair compressed air systems meets the requirements of numerous industrial, aerospace, electronic, pharmaceutical, medical, plastic, extrusion, manufacturing, power generation, automotive and garage workshop installations.

A competitive advantage of the Transair product over traditional Iron Pipe air systems is, under new safety laws all welded joints in iron pipe must be X-Rayed to ensure they meet safety standards. Transair's design needs no welding of any kind, eliminating the need for the X-Ray and it's related costs. In addition to lower installation and annual operating costs, there is also 100% NO potential fire hazard from the welding process; either at installation or during routine maintenance.

Suitable Fluids: Compressed air (dry, wet, lubricated), vacuum, and other fluids. For additional information please request a complete list of suitable fluids.

  • Working Temperature of -4 F to +140 F
  • No explosion risk from the need to weld (unlike iron pipe)
  • Maximum pressure of 188 psi from -4°F to +140°F or 232 psi from -4°F to +115°F
  • Storage Temperature of -4°F to +176°F
  • Vacuum Level of 98.7% (29.6” Hg)
  • Compatible to all types of mineral and synthetic compressor oils
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Fire Resistant
  • Resistance to corrosion, aggressive environments, mechanical shocks, thermal variations, UV and compressor oil carry over.

Gas

Transair Aluminum Piping For Inert Gases (argon, nitrogen)

Transair Aluminum Piping For Inert Gases (argon, nitrogen)

Transair aluminum pipe with push-to-connect fittings and valves may be your best choice for your compressed air distribution system. Whether a small garage or major industrial facility, we have the appropriate pipe size: 4” (100mm), 3” (76mm), 2-1/2” (63mm), 1-1/2” (40mm), 1” (25mm), and ½” (16.5mm) and an extensive range of accessories. Not a stocking item for Skeans.

Transair piping for inert gas systems meets the requirements of numerous industrial, aerospace, electronic, pharmaceutical, medical, plastic, extrusion, manufacturing, power generation, automotive and even garage workshop installations

  • Non-flammable components
  • Interchangeable
  • Leak-proof system
  • Easy to install

Water

Steel Piping for Multi-Fluids

Steel Piping for Multi-Fluids

Due to its reusable connection technology, Transair is the only pipe distribution system for industrial water with the ability to quickly install and adapt. Furthermore, the use of stainless steel has many advantages. Stainless steel provides excellent resistance to corrosion, fire, thermal variation, mechanical shocks and ultraviolet rays; is easy to clean; requires low maintenance; and has a lower total cost of ownership

Suitable fluids: Industrial water with additives (glycol or inhibitors to prevent against the formation of algae or fungus, list available upon request)

  • Leak-proof design
  • No welding or gluing
  • Max working pressure of 145 PSI from -4°F to +185°F
  • Easier Handling & Reduced Assembly Time