Masterclass in Energy Management of Compressed Air Systems

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Singapore

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SCEM and PE PDUs to be awarded

E2I funding of S$360.00 is available to Singaporeans & PRs

Course summary

Compressed air systems hold the key to greater productivity, efficiency and profitability in your facility. You just have to understand where to look and what to do. There is an increasing awareness that the systems approach to design and operation of industrial compressed air systems improves performance and productivity. A properly designed and functioning compressed air system reduces energy consumption and cost.

To optimise overall compressed air system efficiency, it is necessary to evaluate the whole system. Attempting to address individual parts of the system such as compressor control without evaluating issues of air storage, distribution and point of use can lead to incomplete analysis.

Poor definition of system issues often results in treatment of symptoms. Failure to deal with the root cause of performance issues inevitably leaves the overall system with poor and inefficient operation.

Course outline

In this workshop, you will learn the essentials of the systems approach, including compressed air system design from compressor to end use, piping and fittings, materials codes and standards. Learn how to optimise the system for performance, to create and maintain balance between system supply and end user demand and learn to eliminate waste lost due to leakage and inappropriate use of compressed air.

You will also gain an understanding of the maintenance issues that apply; the cost of air leakage, the methods of detecting and correcting system faults to ensure smooth operation.

Speaker’s profile

Dr. Lal Jayamaha is the author of the book “Energy Efficient Building Systems”, published by McGraw-Hill, USA and the founder of LJ Energy Pte Ltd which is one of the leading ECSOs in Singapore.

Dr. Jahangeer K. Abdul Halim graduated with a Master of Science (M.Sc) in Mechanical Engineering from National University of Singapore in 1998. He was awarded a Research Scholarship by the National University of Singapore in 1999 to undertake a research project on solar energy and was awarded a Master of Engineering (M. Eng) degree in 2002.

Sponsor/exhibitor contact

Agnes Seah
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