The current COVID-19 situation has underscored the importance of reliable communications and the value of having remote access to your business systems, whether from home or across the plant. One silver lining—in this otherwise terrible situation—is that businesses are discovering new ways to leverage networking technology to optimize personal productivity with the important benefit of remaining operational in troubled times.
Tracking your compressed air system remotely is another critical part of this process. Even in normal times, routinely visiting the compressor room to manually check the condition of the system is usually inconvenient and often forgotten—until there are problems. For plant managers, engineers, production, and operations managers, having compressed air system data at your fingertips can help avoid costly downtime.
This webinar will explore:
Join Neil Mehltretter, Engineering Manager at Kaeser Compressors, as he covers considerations and practical options for remotely monitoring your critical compressed air systems.
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.