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Replacement parts for the Mini Air machine:
Mini Air Accessories
The Mini Air Machine is built to last, but consumable parts occasionally need replacing. We can provide spare blades, belts and rollers, all of which can easily be fitted in minutes.
The videos at the bottom of this page show you how to easily change these parts, including drive belts and blades.
We sell a range of accessories that are designed to work with the Mini Air machine. These include:
Stay tuned for more Mini Air accessories which will be launched on the Kite website very soon, to include:
Turn the machine off and isolate at the mains.
Wait for a few minutes for the machine to cool down.
Remove the guards with the Allen key provided.
Remove the rear panel.
Release the drive rollers as shown.
It may also help to squeeze the rollers to release the tension.
Remove the old belts and replace with the new ones.
Close the drive rollers as shown and replace all the guards.
Plug the machine in and switch back on.
Remove the rear guard from the machine.
Unlock the blade by moving the lever.
Remove the old blade as shown.
Replace with the new blade.
Remember to lock the blade in place.
Put the rear guard back onto the machine.
Our Mini Air Machine comes with a range of accessories.
The Mini Air machine can be mounted on our desk swivel stand for easy access.
Using our sensor switch and a hopper, you have a handy air cushion dispensing unit that automatically refills.
Please contact us for more information about these products.
Mini air cushions are highly versatile and can be used for a variety of packing tasks.
Here are some step-by-step guides on how to use air cushions to fill voids, block and brace, protect corners, wrap products, layer and cross-layer. We've suggested which type of cushion to use for each, but this can vary depending on the product you are protecting and the space that needs to be filled.
Please read the Mini Air handbook (included with the machine and available to download in PDF form here) for full instructions on how to correctly set up the machine. Air volume and temperature settings for roll type can also be found on the side of the machine.
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Select the Filler void fill product that you want to use and inflate the air cushions.
Place your product into your box.
Fill the box with your selected void fill product.
Once all voids are filled, the box can be securely closed.
Select the Wrapper Tube Small film, and inflate the air cushions.
You can also use Wrapper Tube Large cushions.
Inflate the material.
Select the Block and Brace product that you want to use.
Inflate the air cushions.
Place your product into the box.
Place air cushions strategically into the box to Block and Brace your product.
Select and inflate the Wrapper Tube Small material.
Place your product in the middle of the box.
Insert air cushions in each corner of the box to protect the corners as shown.
This alternative method can also be used for corner protection.
Select the layering product that you want to use.
Place the air cushion material between your products as you place them into the box.
Additional air cushions can be used as shown to fill remaining voids.
This material can also be used for cross-layering.
Place 2 strips of Quilt Small cushion in a cross formation and place your product on top of the cushion.
Fold the cushion over as shown to protection your product.
Select the wrapping product that you want to use.
Inflate the air cushions, ensuring the pin roller is in place.
Wrap your product using the selected material then place into the box.
Various items can be wrapped in this way.
Produce air cushions on demand for void fill, wrapping, interleaving & more.
Compare different types of void fill materials using our handy guide.
How to use air cushions to fill voids, block and brace, protect corners, cross-layer & more.
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