Compressed Air Workshop
Class | Industrial Systems
Oct. 24, 2018
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Clackamas Community College / PGE Corporate University Campus
29353 SW Town Center Loop East
Wilsonville, OR 97070
In many facilities, air handling systems operate 24 hours, seven days a week. Increasing the efficiency of these systems through proper operation and maintenance of the fan, coils and controls may significantly reduce your energy consumption. This class will help you understand the components of air handling systems and identify ways to reduce energy costs, including variable air volume flow control, adjustable speed drives, ventilation, economy cycle, and other energy reduction opportunities.
This class will help you:
- Identify different system types
- Understand air handling unit components
- Determine if efficiency opportunities exist in fans, coils or controls
- Check economizer operation and control strategyEvaluate current ventilation and air quality needs
- Take advantage of available incentives and free services for energy-efficiency upgrades
Who will benefit?Managers and operators who oversee air handling systems and want to learn more about energy saving opportunities in their facility.
- Facility managers and planners
- System operators and plant engineers
- Maintenance technicians
- Engine room operators
Steve Koski, P.E., Cascade Energy
Steve has performed in-depth analyses on a wide variety of energy-intensive industrial systems since 2001. Steve has completed Compressed Air Challenge Levels 1 and 2 and is a D.O.E. certified AirMaster+ Specialist. Steve has studied and tuned-up over 100 compressed air systems and has developed and delivered numerous energy efficiency training sessions.