A customer contacted us recently regarding the compressed air system at a cement plant. The environment at cement plants (and mines) is notoriously terrible when it comes to ambient dust and debris fouling coolers and getting inside enclosures…
In addition to our live and archived webinars there are additional opportunities to learn from our air system specialists in various platforms, including podcasts. Our air system specialists have been talking to Food Processing Magazine for their Food for Thought podcast series. Topics so far have included oil-free air and the impact of location on compressed air system design:
In this episode of the Food For Thought Podcast, Kaeser Compressors’ experts address why oversizing occurs and how an oversized system reduces reliability and increases maintenance and lifecycle costs.
In the most recent episode they covered the “Class 0” compressed air classification: what it is and what it means for food and beverage processors.
When it comes to compressed air systems, is it really all about location? We explain that and more in this episode of the podcast.
Compressed Air: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
October 27, 2022
Hosted by Compressed Air Best Practices
Presenter Ron Marshall, Chief Auditor, Marshall Compressed Air Consulting – Sponsored by VPInstruments and Kaeser Compressors.
This is an interactive webinar, with the opportunity to ask questions before and during the live event. Questions specified for the speakers can be submitted before the event to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finding and Fixing Compressed Air System Leaks
May 18, 2022
Hosted by Plant Services Magazine
A review of thousands of compressed air systems reveals that, on average, users operate below 50% of system capacity. Regardless of industry and application, oversized compressors are among the most common problems in air systems. Oversizing hits the bottom line in many ways, including higher purchase costs, higher maintenance and repair costs, higher energy costs, lost production due to pressure fluctuation and shorter compressor life. In this webinar, compressed air experts Neil Mehltretter and Werner Rauer will address:
- why oversizing occurs and how to identify
- how they impact productivity and profitability
- strategies to reduce the effects of this epidemic
Virtual Lunch & Learn: A Closer Look at Blowers and Their Drives
May 12, 2022
Hosted by Water & Wastes Digest
Blowers play a vital role in wastewater treatment, and aeration blowers drive up to 60% of total plant electrical costs. This means that choosing the best blower technology for the application is vital for controlling operating costs as well as treatment effectiveness. Grab your lunch and join Stephen Horne, Blower Product Manager, during this “Lunch & Learn” to discover the difference between traditional blowers and the new screw blower performance, as well as an explanation of the latest in drive motor technology.
Air Compressor Cooling: Water- or Air-Cooled?
April 28, 2022
Hosted by Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine
Join Keynote Speaker, Tom Taranto, Owner, Data Power Services, to discuss how air compressors are cooled by comparing air-cooled and water-cooled designs. The pros and cons of each alternative along with design considerations will also be examined. He will be joined by Kaeser’s Technical Director, Neil Mehltretter.
Virtual Water Expo
April 12 – 13, 2022
Hosted by Water Online
This is a two-day event featuring equipment, technology, and service offerings by leading water and wastewater solution providers. Sessions start at 10 am, with presentations running every 15 minutes through 12:00 pm. Don’t miss the session with Kaeser’s Blower Product Manager, Stephen Horne, on Wednesday.