Compressed Air VI: Seven Steps to Better Efficiency

Compressed air is commonly referred to as the fourth utility. Utilities play a major role in the modern world – without them, today’s technologically advanced society could not function. While compressed air systems are widespread, they can also be extremely inefficient. Compressed air systems typically consume more energy and cost more to operate than anything else in industrial environments. All of that can change by utilizing an action plan that will help reduce inefficiencies, thereby saving valuable assets.

In this class, we will explore a seven step action plan designed to improve the efficiency of any compressed air system.
This course was produced with the help of the Compressed Air Challenge.

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Schneider Electric
Date: October 1st, 2012
Length: 45 minutes


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