Compressed Air Seminar

October 1, 2014

Kaeser Compressed Air SystemAir Center's one-day seminar will help you evaluate and improve the performance of your compressed air systems. It is designed for plant engineers, operations managers, maintenance supervisors, consulting engineers, and anyone who wants to increase reliability and reduce life cycle costs. Whether you are designing a new facility, planning capital improvements, or looking for tools and tips to improve a current system, our comprehensive seminar gives you information that you can use to increase system performance and reduce operating costs.

Attendees Receive a Certificate of Completion
suitable for up to 8 Professional Development Hours (PDH)

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"Best compressor seminar I ever attended. We saved $5,000.00 a month in electrical savings" - Charles B. Eutectic Engineering
"The tips on energy savings made a huge difference in our bottom line" - Roger K Machine Specialty

Program Details:


Wednesday, October 1, 2014
7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.


The MET Hotel
5500 Crooks Road

Troy, MI 48098


Continental Breakfast
7:30 - 8:15 a.m.
Morning Session
(with 10 a.m. break)
8:15 - Noon
Lunch (provided) Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Afternoon Session
(with 2:15 p.m. break)
1:00 - 3:45 p.m.
Question and
Answer Session
3:45 - TBD


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Topics include areas such as:

  • Basics of compressed air
  • DTE Energy Rebate Program
  • Types of compressors and their operation
  • System layout and compressed air piping
  • Compressor and system controls
  • Air storage and intermediate controls
  • Achieving consistent pressure and flow
  • Measuring energy consumption and efficiency
  • Basic ways to improve your existing sytem
  • Condensate management
  • Calculating operating costs
  • Clean air treatment equipment sizing and selection
  • Managing leaks and pressure drop

Featured Speakers:

Mike Cors
Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

Mike Cors is a Senior Expert – Compressor Systems for Kaeser Compressors, Inc. and has over 25 years’ experience in the compressed air industry. Mike has a demonstrated expertise in system design and applications. His educational background and field experience make Mike the ideal trainer. He offers a wealth of practical considerations to improve air system efficiency, performance and overall reliability. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati, Mike is a certified KFaCT (Kaeser Factory Certified Training) program Master System Specialist and has completed the Compressed Air Challenge Level I and II training.

Tom Pischl P.E.
Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

Tom Pischl is the Mid-Central District Sales Manager for Kaeser Compressors, Inc. During his 15 years in the compressed air industry, he has provided system evaluations with an emphasis on improved efficiency and overall system reliability. Tom has a mechanical engineering degree from Purdue University; and he is also a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Ohio. Tom has completed Level I and II training with Compressed Air Challenge and is also a DOE Qualified AIRMaster+ Specialist.

Kevin Salatrik
DTE Energy - Energy Advisor

Kevin is an Energy Advisor for DTE’s Energy Efficiency Program for Business. Kevin will present information on the DTE Energy Rebate Program which can offset as much as 50% of the investment in a qualifying compressed air energy savings project.



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