Check out Ingersoll Rand’s new breakthrough dryer technology, the SUB-FREEZING Air Dryer and hear guest speaker Professor Peter Radgen, one of Europe’s leading industry energy experts.
Date: Wednesday 30th May 2018
Time: 2pm – 4pm
Location: O’Neill Industrial, Unit 20 Euro Business Park, Little Island, Cork
Seminar: The Do’s & Don’ts for Energy Efficiency in Compressed Air Systems
O’Neill Industrial is delighted to bring Professor Peter Radgen, chair of the Institute for Energy Economics and Rational use of Energy at the University of Stuttgart, to Cork for a once-off unique seminar that will look at the key requirements to improve compressed air systems and the importance of air treatment including drying systems.
Demonstration: New Sub-Freezing Air Dryer
The revolutionary SF dryer from Ingersoll Rand is the only regenerative refrigerant dryer available in the compressed air market today. It is the world’s first dryer that provides -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit) pressure dew point at 70 percent lower energy costs and 40 percent smaller footprint than that of traditional desiccant dryers. [See video]
See it in action and find out how you can enjoy the Reliability and Low Operating Costs associated with refrigerant dryers while having the high quality dry air associated with desiccant dryers.
Who is this for?
- Facilities Managers
- Project Consultants
- Project Managers
- Energy Consultants
- Facilities Management Companies
About the Speaker:
Dr. Peter Radgen is the Chair for Energy Efficiency at University of Stuttgart, Germany and director of the Graduate and Research School Energy Efficiency Stuttgart (GREES). He has a long record of accomplishment in energy efficiency with a focus on motor driven systems and waste heat recovery.
Radgen is the author of numerous national and international publications on energy efficiency and authored the book “Compressed Air Systems in the European Union” in 2001. He has lead awareness campaigns for compressed air in Germany and Switzerland. Together with his team at the university, he helps industrial customers analyse and improve their compressed air systems.
Book your place now!
Attendance is free, but places are limited so book your place now before it’s too late
Call 021 4351137