Number of Credits (if applicable): NATE: 4.0 Course Length: 4 hrs (2, 2hr sessions)
Course Description: In this class students will learn about the components, operation, and science behind compressed air systems, taking a closer look at commercial applications and their advantages/disadvantages. Additionally, students will explore essential preventative maintenance practices, strategies for system control, and energy efficiency opportunities. Finally, students will explore real world examples, case studies, and incentives/rebates available to owners interested in investing in energy efficient technology.
Audience: Plant and production managers, engineers, and maintenance professionals.
Identify the essential components, operation, and science of compressed air systems
Explore applications of compressed air systems
Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using compressed air systems
Examine preventative maintenance measures and their impact of equipment function, efficiency, and life span
Describe the breadth and evolution of control strategies