-->

 

Share This Page:
     

Compressed air webcast is online

The ABRN webcast, “Compressed Air Systems for Collision Repair Shops” is archived online and available for viewing.

The one-hour webcast was presented April 26 by ABRN, Kaeser Compressors and Precision for Collision, a California-based provider of equipment and shop design services to the collision industry. Speakers included Michael Camber of Kaeser Compressors and Joel Smith of Precision for Collision. Bruce Adams, managing editor of ABRN, was the moderator. It was sponsored by Kaeser and Mitchell International.

More than 300 people signed up for the webinar and 152 participated. In a follow-up survey, 91 percent of viewers said the webcast met or exceeded their expectations. If you were one of those who registered and wanted to view it but got too busy with other things, now is your chance to view it free of charge. Or if you viewed it but want to take another look, click on this link and sign on in the “previously registered” box.

Those who have not previously registered for the webcast need to register to view the archived edition.

The webcast was designed to help repairers understand how to get the best performance out of their air system. It covered the basics of compressed air, including explanations of pressure and volume.

It also covered the different types of compressors and how to choose the right one; as well as dos and don’ts about piping and storage requirements to achieve optimal results.

It also presented techniques for removing contaminants – such as moisture, particulates and oils – that can ruin paint jobs and wear out tools prematurely.

Comments




  • Be the first to comment.

Inappropriate Flag

Flagging notifies the AutoPro Workshop webmaster of inappropriate content. Please flag any messages that violate the Terms of Service. Please include a short explanation why you're flagging this message. Thank you!

If you believe this content violates the Terms of Service, please write a short description why. Thank you.

Inappropriate Comment Flag

Flagging notifies the AutoPro Workshop webmaster of inappropriate content. Please flag any messages that violate the Terms of Service. Please include a short explanation why you're flagging this message. Thank you!

Email Friends

Your First Name (optional)

Email Addresses (comma separated)

Import friends

Message to Friends (optional)

Are you human?

Or, you can forward this blog with your own email application.

Terms of Service