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Compressed Air, Blower, and Vacuum Systems - Alternative Design Strategies

Start Date:3/31/2021

Start Time:2:00 PM EST

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

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 or renovation of compressor rooms cost real money both in capital outlay and lost productivity. 

 

Join 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. Webinar attendees will learn how flexible alternative designs are increasingly being adopted by innovative companies looking for new solutions to long standing problems.

 

Register for this webinar to learn about opportunities to improve uptime and safety, increase productivity and make room for new production equipment by packaging compressed air, blower, and vacuum systems and getting them out of the plant.

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Speakers

Neil Mehltretter

Engineering Manager

Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

As Engineering Manager, Neil Mehltretter is a key player in Kaeser’s Technical Department with responsibilities including product management, system design, and more. An authority on compressed air assessments, Neil has conducted and supervised thousands of industrial compressed air studies, helping users achieve significant energy savings and operational improvements. He has authored several nationally published articles on compressed air system optimization and is a frequent presenter on energy efficient system design. In addition to his Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from The University of Florida, Neil is AIRMaster+ certified, has completed the DOE Compressed Air Challenge I and II, is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM®), is a CAGI Certified Compressed Air System Specialist, and is a Master Certified System Specialist through Kaeser’s Factory Training Program.

Bill Kemph

Engineer Solutions Project Manager

Kaeser Compressors, Inc

As Project Manager for Custom Engineered Solutions, Bill Kemph is a key player in Kaeser’s Technical Department with responsibilities including innovative system designs, project management, construction supervision, quality control and more. Bill has over 20 years of experience with building, testing, designing, and installing compressed air systems. An authority on compressed air packaging, Bill has designed or supervised the design of countless industrial compressed air package builds, helping users achieve optimal compressed air system utilization and operational improvements. Bill is also highly involved in the implementation of Kaeser’s Sigma Air Utilities, which typically include extensive site work (electrical, mechanical, piping, and monitoring). Bill attended Spartanburg Methodist College, is MSHA and OSHA certified, and is a Master Certified System Specialist through Kaeser’s Factory Training Program.

Tom Wilk

Editor-In-Chief, Plant Services

Putman Media

Tom joined Plant Services as editor-in-chief in 2014. Previously, Wilk was content strategist / mobile media manager at Panduit. Prior to Panduit, Tom was lead editor for Battelle Memorial Institute's Environmental Restoration team, and taught business and technical writing at Ohio State University for eight years. Tom holds a BA from the University of Illinois and an MA from Ohio State University, and is an avid hiker and runner.

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