of Compressed Air Systems

Join us for a comprehensive look at compressed air systems, management best practices, and how to more efficiently utilize compressed air energy for your business.

In the U.S., compressed air systems account for $1.5 billion per year in energy costs. Optimization of compressed air systems can provide energy efficiency improvements averaging 20-50%, and as high as 80% in some cases.

The Fundamentals course is designed for plant engineers, maintenance supervisors, and other personnel responsible for compressed air systems in industrial settings.

Learn how to:
  • Improve system efficiency and reliability
  • Calculate compressed air energy costs
  • Establish a baseline against which to measure performance improvements
  • Find and repair leaks
  • Establish a leak prevention program
  • Identify optimal uses for compressed air
  • Improve overall productivity and profitability
November 1, 2018 Registration Deadline - Wed. October 24
  • Larkin Building, Barton Room
  • 726 Exchange Street, Suite 825
  • Buffalo, NY 14210
  • 7:45am - 8:00am Registration
  • 8:00am - 5:00pm Training
  • Lunch will be provided
Sponsored Cost: $50

Registrants will receive Compressed Air Fundamentals and Best Practices manuals the day of the training. Continuing Education Credits (0.7) will also be available.

Seating will be limited. A facility-specific pre-training assignment will be distributed to registrants to optimize the course's content.

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