Our 2022 webinar and events schedule kicks off this month with events for both the compressed air user and blower system operator.
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 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.
Finding and Fixing Compressed Air System Leaks
May 18, 2022
Hosted by Plant Services Magazine
Studies have shown that an average of 25% of all compressed air produced is lost because of system leakage before it ever gets to the final end use. In extreme cases, more than 80% of the air that the compressors produce is lost through system leakage. Join us for an overview of current leak detection technology, and find out how these tools complement other technologies in your maintenance and reliability toolkit.
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.