Compressed Air and Gas Institute handbook adds new chapters

By CAGI news release

Nov 03, 2017

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The Compressed Air & Gas Institute (CAGI) is pleased to announce that updated versions of chapters 1 & 3 of the Compressed Air and Gas Handbook are now available for download from the CAGI website, www.cagi.org. Chapter 1 is a comprehensive introduction to compressed air including information on a myriad of compressed air applications. Chapter 3 provides information on compressed air treatment with information specific to applications requiring clean, dry air with details on compressed air dryers and filters. These chapters include new and updated content and images.

These updates are part of an extensive revision to the Compressed Air and Gas Handbook, which consists of eight chapters. As additional chapters are updated they will replace the chapters of the sixth edition currently posted, and will be available for free download on the CAGI website.

For more than 100 years, the Compressed Air and Gas Institute has been the leading source on all matters related to compressed air. As the united voice of the industry, CAGI’s activities include the development and organization of educational material including compressed air system training programs to benefit the users of compressed air systems. In addition to the Compressed Air and Gas Handbook, the CAGI website (www.cagi.org) offers many resource materials such as selection guides, videos and online training.

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