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Best Practices Expo 2020

2020, Online Event, United States
23 - 24 Sep 2020

The Compressed Air Challenge: Efficiency Training of Compressed Air Systems Steve Briscoe, President, The Compressed Air Challenge Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 1:00 PM EST

Steve Briscoe Bio

Steve has the following credentials:

Compressed Air Challenge Instructor – Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems (2019)

CAGI Compressed Air Systems Professional (2018)

Qualified US Department of Energy AIRMaster+ Specialist (2003)

Compressed Air System Performance, Reliability & Energy Efficiency

Steve Briscoe’s compressed air workshop is designed to provide an awareness level learning on the costs associated with the production of compressed air and to provide best practices for improving reliability and energy efficiency of the complete compressed air system. Subjects covered include description of the system components including compressor types and differences, dehydration and filtration technologies and the costs associated to them, compressor and system controls, multiple unit sequencing and control strategies, continuous measurement, remote monitoring, piping design, end use applications and a review of inappropriate uses. We will also touch on what should be included in compressed air audits; supply side, demand side and leak detection. Workshop attendees will leave with a basic knowledge on calculating the costs of compressed air and key areas to identify in the reduction of those costs.

Background on Pattons and Compressed Air:

Since 1945, Pattons has supplied industries across the Southeast with reliable, efficient compressed air solutions. Compressed air is vital for all industries. Small air compressors support operations such as auto repair facilities and large compressors support operations such as drug and food manufacturing. Compressed air is analogous to electricity in that it is required for virtually all industries. The 3M Company, HAECO, Continental Tire, and Tyson Food are a few organizations that rely on air to operate.

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