Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems

September 21, 2011
Ames, IA

Part One: Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems
After attending this one-day course, you will be able to:
Calculate the energy cost of compressed air in your facility;
Improve compressed air system efficiency and reliability, and better control compressed air;
Identify inappropriate uses of compressed air in your facility;
Establish a baseline to measure improvements in compressed air performance and efficiency;
Match your system supply to actual production requirements for pressure and flow;
Find and fix leaks -and establish a leak prevention program.
Why Care About Air?
Study Your Supply Side
Understand Your Demands
Are You on Base?
Stay Under Control
Maintain System Efficiency
Get with the Plan
Summary and Evaluation
Bring to Course
For both courses you will need to collect information about your compressed air system including a compressed air system block diagram, type size, and information on the operation of each compressed air system in your plant. More details will be mailed with your confirmation packets.

Contact: Bill Haman at (515) 294-4710