On-Demand Webinars: Compressed Air System

 

Remote Monitoring of Compressed Air Systems Utilizing Cellular Connectivity


Presenter(s): John Smithey
Imagine what it would mean to your business to always be one step ahead of potential production pitfalls. Optimization of your compressor system is a breeze when you use cellular connectivity. For starters, real-time compressor room data are a mouse click away, whether those data are accessed on-site or from a remote location. Remote monitoring also saves time by allowing you to spend time working in locations that matter most, instead of being tied to the compressor room monitoring system productivity. Real-time insights also enable you to save money on energy costs, improve your service levels, and avoid downtime.

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3 Steps to Preventing Water in Compressed Air Lines


Presenter(s): Courtney Dulude
Water in compressed air lines can cause extensive damage to equipment, interrupt operations and hurt the bottom line. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify, measure and manage moisture in compressed air lines.

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Applying Compressor Efficiency Ratings to Real-World System Design


Presenter(s): Neil Mehltretter, Werner Rauer
With an increased awareness of plant energy costs, more facilities are taking an active interest in selecting energy-efficient compressed air equipment. For many, understanding efficiency and performance metrics for compressors is problematic. Applying these metrics to compressed air system design is even more difficult. In this on-demand webinar, we discuss compressor efficiency and metrics currently evolving to compare unit performance. Additionally, different approaches to system design will be compared to show how single-unit efficiency impacts system efficiency.

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Keep Cool and Go with the Flow: How to Fix Temperature, Pressure, and Air Quality Issues with Your Compressed Air System


Presenter(s): Ron Marshall, Werner Rauer
Compressed air is vital to plant production. Common compressed air problems can lead to air quality issues, pressure drop, and overheating. Each of these greatly impacts reliability and energy efficiency, causing increased scrap and unnecessary downtime. In this on-demand webinar, we cover practical tips to combat these common compressed air problems. The focus will be on ways to diagnose and address these areas—without major capital investments.

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The 5 Myths of Vacuum Systems


Presenter(s): Darren Cartney
Vacuum is a little-understood component of manufacturing. From the strange pressure scales to the varying flow rates, it can be a challenge to fully understand. Every year, manufacturers waste thousands of dollars on inefficient equipment that is either wrongly sized, not properly maintained or simply old and in need of replacement. Falling for one or more of the five myths in industrial vacuum can be expensive and troublesome for maintenance and production. The unintended consequences can range from higher electric consumption to increased capital investment or unplanned maintenance.

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How to Uncover Hidden Costs in Your Compressed Air System


Presenter(s): Sue R. Benes, Lane Hollar
Understanding the life-cycle costs of your compressed air system is critical to ensuring the best fit for your application and air demand. While compressor life-cycle costs are organized into three groups, capital investment or purchase price, maintenance costs and energy usage, there are additional expenses that are not always evident at the time of purchase. This on-demand webinar explains how to identify your energy and maintenance costs as well as the not-so-obvious items like product warranty impact costs.

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Master Controllers: Your Compressed Air System's Watchdog


Presenter(s): Ron Marshall, Neil Mehltretter
Compressed air system costs vary widely in industry. This is because the efficiency of systems is often ignored, as there often are more important issues in running a system, especially keeping the pressure at a constant, reliable level and maintaining adequate air quality so that production processes run smoothly. The good news is that something can be done about it.

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Is Water in Your Compressed Air Lines Costing You Money?


Presenter(s): Paul Daniel
Water forms in a compressed air line when relative humidity is 100%, when the operating temperature hits dew point temperature. This often causes extensive damage in compressed air applications. This on-demand webinar covers the facts about dew point and condensation, showing how monitoring dew point temperature optimizes compressed air quality and benefits the bottom line. The webinar also addresses the role of pressure in keeping a compressed air line dry.

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What Causes Poor Compressor Efficiency?


Presenter(s): Ron Marshall, Werner Rauer
Poor air compressor efficiency is costing industrial customers across the world millions of dollars in lost profits. Join us as we discuss what causes poor air compressor efficiency and suggested efficiency measures to reduce operating costs and improve your compressed air system. Additionally, we will review four areas to consider for an energy efficient and reliable compressed air installation.

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Measuring Dew Point in Compressed Air Lines


Presenter(s): Yumi Alanoly
The damage water can cause in applications ranging from powering robotic arms in a manufacturing plant to meeting regulatory requirements for medical gas is extensive. Watch this webinar and learn how to prevent unnecessary damages by keeping the air dry in a compressed air line.

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Advice From the Experts: Ways to Improve Your Compressed Air System


Presenter(s): Ron Marshall, Werner Rauer
The generation of compressed air is an inefficient process. The transfer of energy is poor, and there are many system losses such as leakage, artificial demand, and inappropriate use. Often, the system operates at high pressure, which has a negative effect on the system. There are things that can be done to bring the pressure down and save energy due to lower flow and more efficient compression.

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Compressed Air Piping Systems


Presenter(s): Waheed Chaudhry, Chad M. Hills, Don Van Ormer
Piping system installation is often forgotten in the design of compressed air systems. But piping problems can have a big effect on how well the system performs. Much attention is placed on the actual first cost of the compressed air equipment and the efficiency characteristics of the main system equipment such as compressors and dryers, but decisions on the pipe sizing and routing are often left to others, and they might not have your best interests in mind.

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What You Need to Know About Compressed Air


Presenter(s): Bob Baker, Rob Haseley, Werner Rauer, Rick Stasyshan
Compressed air is frequently the only means of effectively, consistently, efficiently, and safely powering certain machinery and processes. In this on-demand webinar, CAGI, the voice of the compressed air industry, offers industrial customers across the U.S. a unique opportunity to learn more about compressed air and the CAGI organization.

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Optimize Your Compressed Air System


Presenter(s): Ron Marshall, Neil Mehltretter
As much as 50% of a compressed air system's energy can be wasted. Get the facts on compressed air energy usage and find out the best way to design and operate your compressed air system, as compressor experts speak about sizing and controlling a system. In this on-demand webinar, learn about the latest trends, highlighting how companies are using best practices and demonstrating the technologies being used.

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Compressed Air System Audits


Presenter(s): Paul Johnson, Wayne Perry, Tom Taranto
In this on-demand webinar, learn about compressed air system audits from both a supply-side and a demand-side perspective.

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Improving Maintenance of Compressed Air Systems


Presenter(s): Joe Ghislain, Ron Marshall, Neil Mehltretter, Bill Scales
This on-demand webinar features expert analysts and maintenance professionals highlighting how companies have reduced energy consumption from compressed air leaks. This webinar will identify best practices and demonstrate the technologies companies are using to develop strategies that improve maintenance of their compressed air systems.

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