Webinar – Sensors for Compressed Air Systems: Data Management and Analysis

Date: May, 23, 2024

Europe: 20:00 – 21:00 (CEST)

US: 14:00 – 15:00 (EST)

Asia: 02:00 – 03:00 (CST)

Webinar organized by CABP Magazine. VPInstruments will be one of the many leading speakers of the day.

Free registration!

Getting the correct metrics from your compressed air sensor is a crucial step of data management and analysis. If the sensor is not installed correctly though, your measurement data can be completely off, leading you to inexact results. This is even more true for flow meters.

This webinar is the step by step that will help you to reach the best and most precise results when doing your data management and analysis process.

Title: Compressed air monitoring survival guide – the right sensors at the right locations

In this presentation, we will emphasize the importance of sensor selection, installation, and application in enhancing system efficiency and reliability. It aims to provide a clearer understanding of what to measure for each application, such as cost allocation and compressor efficiency, among others. A comprehensive checklist of critical parameters to consider when selecting your flow meter will be presented. Additionally, practical advice on correct sensor installation will be offered to ensure precise measurements, enabling informed decision-making based on accurate data.

Key take-aways:

– Understanding what to measure per application like cost allocation, compressor efficiency and more.

– Comprehensive checklist detailing the critical parameters to consider when selecting your flow meter.

– Practical advice for correct sensor installation to ensure precise measurements, enabling informed decision-making with accurate data.

Bio of Pascal:

Pascal van Putten, CEO and founder of VPInstruments, is an entrepreneur with strong engineering background and sustainability mindset. With more than 25 years experience in flow measurement, compressed air monitoring and industrial energy management, Pascal has led VPInstruments to develop numerous high-accurate, globally recognized products for energy savings, such as the VPFlowScope 4-in-1 flow meter series and the VPVision monitoring system.

Pascal also actively engages in educational activities, sharing his knowledge on energy efficiency and supporting mindful eco-entrepreneurs and engineers.