Compressed Air for Body Shops

By: Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

A reliable supply of clean, dry compressed air at stable pressure is vital in collision repair. Understanding air pressure, flow and quality requirements will help you extend tool life and get the best possible results in the paint booth to eliminate costly re-work caused by contaminants in the compressed air supply.

Watch the webinar below for best practices for compressed air systems in body shops. If you’re attending SEMA 2019, stop by one of the Kaeser booths to discuss how you can decrease downtime and comebacks…and increase productivity and profit.

Topics include:

  • Key design factors for evaluating a compressed air system
  • Common types of contaminants and how to remove them
  • Air treatment components to ensure clean, dry air for paint and body work
  • Types of dryers and tips on selecting the right one
  • How piping material selection impacts air quality

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Compressed Air Webinar: Using Predictive Technologies with Compressed Air

Register today for Plant Services magazine’s free webinar titled “Using Predictive Technologies with Compressed Air.”

Live webinar: Tuesday, August 28, 2018 | 2 pm ET

Compressed air has a major impact on production, with downtime a chief concern for industrial plants. The move towards IoT connectivity offers opportunities to better monitor and manage mission critical equipment, such as compressed air systems. Incorporating predictive technologies into day-to-day operations has the potential to improve reliability, increase uptime, and reduce maintenance costs.

Join compressed air experts Neil Mehltretter (Engineering Manager for Kaeser Compressors, Inc.) and Timothy Hitzges (Product Engineer for Kaeser Compressors, Inc) as they discuss ways to proactively improve compressed air system performance such as:

  1. Lubricant analysis
  2. Ultrasonic leak detection
  3. Data collection

Register here: https://info.plantservices.com/webinar-2018-compressed-air