System Energy Savings: Compressed Air Webinar Round-up

Compressed Air Webinar Round-Up Week 1

Week 1

Though the recent societal changes brought on by COVID-19
are challenging and disruptive, they may present a positive, unexpected
opportunity. Maybe you finally have some extra time to learn more about your
compressed air system!

Perhaps your normal routine is completely out-of-wack at the moment. That’s ok. The disruption could be a chance to take some time and really explore in-depth some new industrial topics. It’ll pass the time and leave you with greater knowledge than before!

To help you in this endeavor, we at CASCO USA are going to devote the next few weeks of our blog to round-ups of some of the best webinars in the compressed air industry. Each week will center around a different compressed air topic.

We invite you to take some time, watch some videos, and
learn some new information. Who knows what you’ll uncover in the process?

To start us off, this week’s round-up will focus on “System Energy Savings”.

Who doesn’t want to save energy and money? Fortunately, there is lots of valuable information exploring precisely that! We’ve compiled some of the most useful webinars and insights about creating energy savings in a system below.

Of course, our very own in-house engineers are also still available for consultation, should you need a little more energy saving direction. Simply call us and ask for engineering assistance.

Topic: System Energy Savings

Techniques for Determining Savings from Aeration Blowers

Sponsored by Kaeser Compressors

Produced by Blower & Vacuum Best Practices

How to Improve Energy Efficiency in a Compressed Air System

Sponsored by Kaeser Compressors

Produced by New Equipment Digest

7 Common Mistakes that will ruin your compressed air system efficiency

Sponsored by: Ron Marshall

Produced by: Compressed Air Best Practices

Oversizing: A Widespread Compressed Air Problem that is costing you time & money

Sponsored by: Kaeser Compressors

Produced by: Plant Services

LIVE May 20th at 2 pm EST

That’s all for this week. We encourage you to visit us again next week to continue your compressed air system learning and to check out all the existing resources on our website in the meantime.

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