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Compressed Air Challenge Level - 1

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Are your compressed air energy costs under control? Even the smallest compressed air system is a relatively large source of energy consumption and cost. Make your company more profitable with the Compressed Air ChallengeTM, a series of seminars that applies proven techniques to achieve cost-effective solutions. Optimizing your compressed air systems can lead to higher productivity, energy savings, increase product quality and greater efficiency. This training offers attendees the opportunity to use their own system data in seminar exercises, as well as mastery of compressed air system components and techniques. Attendees can apply training and implement changes immediately upon return to their workplace.

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  •  Agenda (7:30am – 4:30pm)

    7:30

    Registration (breakfast provided)

    8:00

    Morning Session

    • Welcome and Introductions
    • Why Care About Air? – Compressed Air Challenge questionnaire and assignment
    • Study Your Supply Side – typical components of the supply system
    • Understand your demands - what is the demand side; typical components of demand; inappropriate uses of compressed air; common leak locations and how to fix them
    • Are You on Base? – Baselining basics and techniques

    11:30

    Lunch (provided)

    12:30

    Afternoon Session

    • Stay Under Control – controls, part-load efficiency and storage; using controls - pros and cons
    • Maintain System Efficiency – simple, quick cost-cutting measures; system demand profile

    2:00

    Break

    2:15

    Afternoon Session Continued

    • Get with the Plan – seven step action plan and personal action plan

    4:15

    Summary and Evaluation

    4:30

    Adjourn

     

  • What are the topics covered?Calculate energy cost of compressed air, learn to actively manage compressed air systems, identify inappropriate uses of compressed air, establish a baseline for tracking improvements, find and fix system leaks.
    How many people can attend?Maximum of 30 attendees per class - classes fill quickly
    What is the price?

    $199.00 USD (value of $450 per person) – includes breakfast and lunch

    *Attendees are responsible for their own travel and living expenses

    Who should attend?
    • Plant maintenance managers
    • Plant and consulting engineers
    • Compressed air operators and mechanics
    • Compressed air vendors, sales staff, and technicians
    Who is the instructor?

    Instructo– Jeff Yarnall, PE

    Jeff Yarnall, PE is a licensed mechanical engineer with over 40 years experience with compressed air and process vacuum systems, including: system design applications, installations, trouble-shooting, maintenance, controls and energy audits. Jeff has trained over 1,500 technicians, supervisors and engineers, applying his experience gained while performing hundreds of compressed air audits. He is a national Level 1 and Level 2 instructor for the Compressed Air ChallengeTM, a national educational effort to improve air systems efficiency throughout the United States.

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 Agenda (7:30am – 4:30pm)

7:30

Registration (breakfast provided)

8:00

Morning Session

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Why Care About Air? – Compressed Air Challenge questionnaire and assignment
  • Study Your Supply Side – typical components of the supply system
  • Understand your demands - what is the demand side; typical components of demand; inappropriate uses of compressed air; common leak locations and how to fix them
  • Are You on Base? – Baselining basics and techniques

11:30

Lunch (provided)

12:30

Afternoon Session

  • Stay Under Control – controls, part-load efficiency and storage; using controls - pros and cons
  • Maintain System Efficiency – simple, quick cost-cutting measures; system demand profile

2:00

Break

2:15

Afternoon Session Continued

  • Get with the Plan – seven step action plan and personal action plan

4:15

Summary and Evaluation

4:30

Adjourn

 

FAQ
What are the topics covered?Calculate energy cost of compressed air, learn to actively manage compressed air systems, identify inappropriate uses of compressed air, establish a baseline for tracking improvements, find and fix system leaks.
How many people can attend?Maximum of 30 attendees per class - classes fill quickly
What is the price?

$199.00 USD (value of $450 per person) – includes breakfast and lunch

*Attendees are responsible for their own travel and living expenses

Who should attend?
  • Plant maintenance managers
  • Plant and consulting engineers
  • Compressed air operators and mechanics
  • Compressed air vendors, sales staff, and technicians
Who is the instructor?

Instructo– Jeff Yarnall, PE

Jeff Yarnall, PE is a licensed mechanical engineer with over 40 years experience with compressed air and process vacuum systems, including: system design applications, installations, trouble-shooting, maintenance, controls and energy audits. Jeff has trained over 1,500 technicians, supervisors and engineers, applying his experience gained while performing hundreds of compressed air audits. He is a national Level 1 and Level 2 instructor for the Compressed Air ChallengeTM, a national educational effort to improve air systems efficiency throughout the United States.

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