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 12274 SU14N - Compressed Air Requirements for Waterborne Paints $12.00   
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12274 SU14N - Compressed Air Requirements for Waterborne Paints
Course Code:
SU14N
Presenter(s):
Michael Camber, Rob Williams
Event Type:
Conference Session (90-minute)
Tracks:
NACE Technical (Collision Repair)
Description:
  • Discuss how your compressed air system impacts your painting operations.
  • Help determine what changes, if any, you will need to support transition to waterborne paints
    • Will you need more air?
    • Will you need to add or change compressed air accessories?
  • Identify key components and design points that impact painting and overall shop performance, including:
    • Compressor selection
    • Dryer types and performance
    • The difference between dryers and filters
    • Filtration
    • Benefits of storage
    • Types of drains and their importance
    • Piping materials and installation tips
    • Use of air driven dryer guns
  • Identify types of products that will help you get the best results from your waterborne paints.
  • Address “green” issues that affect the bottom line including energy efficiency and condensate management.
  1. Sponsored by:  Kaeser Compressors
Presenter(s):

Michael Camber
Kaeser Compressors Inc
Fredericksburg VA
United States

 
Since joining Kaeser in 1997, Michael has educated both Kaeser’s distribution network and customers on reliable and energy efficient compressed air system design. Michael is an authority on compressed air applications for collision repair and other automotive service applications. For many years, Michael has worked to improve collision repair practices, and has conducted market research to determine what works best in today’s collision shop. He has authored several nationally published articles as well as presented technical seminars on compressed air systems at NACE and I-CAR. He is KFaCT Master Certified, and has completed Level II training in the US Department of Energy's Compressed Air Challenge program. Prior to joining Kaeser, Michael served as an officer in the US Marine Corps. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago and his MBA from the University of Mary Washington. Michael has been in a number of sales, marketing and training roles since joining Kaeser Compressors, and is currently Kaeser’s Marketing Services Manager.


Rob Williams
Kaeser Compressors, Inc.
Fredericksburg VA
United States

 
Rob Williams is a National Accounts Manager with Kaeser Compressors, Inc. With over 25 years of experience in compressed air system design, he has an exceptional ability to relate each individual customer’s need to the required system. Rob has helped design thousands of customized systems in the US, Canada and the Caribbean. A graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, he underwent rigorous training from A.S.P.E in hydraulics and pneumatics as well as with an extensive OEM product training in all types of compressors and clean air treatment equipment. An experienced trainer, Rob has also completed the US Department of Energy's Compressed Air Challenge Level II training.

 





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