Lunching and learning about compressed air
Friday, April 24th, 2009
Atlas Copco Compressors is furthering in-depth understanding of compressed air through its innovative ‘lunch and learn’ series of events. Engineers, technicians and energy managers can gain a valuable insight into every aspect of a compressed air system, such as energy-saving techniques, by attending one of the events which are held at their own organisation’s site.
A typical example of a ‘lunch and learn’ event was held recently at the Sellafield Visitor Centre in Cumbria. It saw nearly fifty process and site services engineers from British Nuclear Fuels Limited (BNFL) attend the morning and afternoon seminar sessions and enjoy a complimentary buffet lunch with the chance to speak, in detail, with specialists from Atlas Copco.
Delegates on this occasion were introduced to the benefits of compressed air system energy audits and leak detection, the savings made possible with variable speed drive equipment, the contribution of optimised control systems, and the utility of on-site nitrogen generation.
Speaking about the events, John Forman, Communications Manager from Atlas Copco said, “The on-site location of the lunch and learn events makes them particularly effective. Attendees can make very efficient use of time as our compressed air specialists are able to provide application-specific information.”
If you would be interested in a lunch and learn event please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org