Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems WE (web-edition)

November 23, 2010, 1:30 - 3:30 PM eastern
Online Training

The Compressed Air Challenge (CAC) is pleased to announce the second round of Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems WE (web-edition). This web-based version of the popular Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems training uses an interactive format that enables the instructor to diagram examples, give pop quizzes and answer students’ questions in real time.

The course will begin on November 23, 2010 with subsequent classes on December 2, December 13 and December 21.  The classes will begin at 1:30 PM eastern and will last approximately 2 hours each.

Like the popular in-person class, the web-based workshop is designed to teach facility engineers, operators, and maintenance staff how they can achieve 15-25 percent cost savings through proper operation and controls, system maintenance, and appropriate uses of compressed air. Both the in-person and web-based classes utilize the same basic content and adhere to the CAC’s principles of product-neutrality and a focus on the systems approach to managing compressed air.

Frank Moskowitz and Tom Taranto will teach this first series; other expert CAC instructors will lead subsequent classes. As in the in-person class, every student completing the course will receive the renowned, Best Practices of Compressed Air Systems manual.

The curriculum will be organized into four 2-hour sessions:

  1. Introduction, Why Care About Air and Study Your Supply Side
  2. Understand Your Demands & Are You On Base
  3. Controls
  4. Maintain System Efficiency, Get With the Plan and Summary-Evaluation