Air Compression and Distribution - Part Two


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Course Description

Course Description

Compressing air produces heat, oil, and concentrated water. Before compressed air is distributed, it must be cooled, dried, and filtered. Once the compressed air is properly prepared, it is then distributed through an engineered network of pipes and fittings.

Course Details

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to

  • Explain the need for air dehydration
  • List the devices used to remove water from the compressed air
  • Define the need for air filtration
  • List the types of air distribution systems
  • List the materials used to construct a distribution system
  • Explain the advantages of each system
  • Explain how to size an air distribution system
  • Define the primary types of air fittings

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Registration is closed, however our advisors are available to address your questions. Price quoted are in Canadian funds, per person, per registration, and does not include any applicable taxes. Subject to change without prior notice.

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