Understand and control compressed air system costs
1 CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOUR (PDH) AVAILABLE UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF AN EXAM.
Compressed air systems account for up to 30% of the total industrial electrical consumption in the United States. Pneumatic equipment manufacturers optimize their products’ efficiency, only to see energy savings squandered in poorly designed and managed systems.
Compressed air efficiency can be as low as 10%. The two ways to reduce air systems expenses are to produce compressed air more efficiently or to consume less compressed air.
Measuring the cost-effectiveness of compressed air systems means more than checking your electric bill. It means taking a proactive look at how, when and why compressed air is used.
Attend this webcast to learn how to execute best-practice compressed air strategies. Understanding compressed air systems can decrease costs and increase productivity.
- Understand compressed air versus other energy sources
- How air controls are used
- Condensate removal options
- Quantifying leakage losses
Frank Moskowitz, Certified Compressed Air System Specialist, Compressed Air & Gas Institute (CAGI)
Kevin Parker, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology