By: Kaeser Compressors, Inc.
Central compressor and vacuum systems are typically placed in the plant, often in their own room or a space shared with boilers or other ancillary equipment. It is common to find these machines plagued by poor ventilation, high heat, high dust, etc.
For plants expanding production, time and space are critical. They may not have existing floor space to accommodate both new production and new compressed air equipment. Design, permitting and construction/renovation of compressor rooms cost real money both in capital outlay and lost productivity.
Attend this webinar to learn how, using a different approach, whole compressor rooms can be designed, sourced, built to spec and commissioned much faster (and at a lower cost) than renovations or building additions. Attendees will learn how flexible alternative designs are increasingly being adopted by innovative companies looking for new solutions to long standing problems.
- Learn to increase equipment life and lower maintenance costs by creating better environments for compressed air and vacuum equipment
- Avoid design, permitting and construction and renovation of compressor rooms
- Discover how to make room for other equipment by moving the utility source outside the plant
- Provide easier access for compressor maintenance and repair
- Increase safety and comfort in the plant by removing a source of noise and heat
Webinar: Compressed Air, Blower and Vacuum Systems: Alternate Design Strategies
Date: October 28, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm, EDT
Hosted by: GlobalSpec/Engineering360
Speakers: Neil Mehltretter, Engineering Manager, and Bill Kemph, Engineered Solutions Projecct Manager