Cut energy waste and costs from compressed air

EMC, NRCAN and CIPEC offer a comprehensive training session at Magna in Aurora, March 24.

March 11, 2015   by PLANT STAFF

For many manufacturers, compressed air may not stick out as an energy waster. But it’s expensive to produce and is likely consuming a significant slice of your energy dollar.

Compressed air is also a controllable cost. The Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) in partnership with Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Industrial Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) is hosting a special training event at Magna International’s headquarters in Aurora, Ont. on March 24 to help manufacturers get a better handle on this cost.

Fundamentals of Compressed Air Systems training offers a comprehensive action plan to put this energy back to work.

The trainer is Joe Ghislain, manager of lean supplier optimization – powertrain in Ford Motor Co.’s Lean Supplier Optimization Group, and he’s a Six-Sigma Black Belt.


The session costs $300, and spots are limited.

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