US Master Class 2024 – Compressed Air Management: What are your blind spots?

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Date: March, 11, 2024

Place: San Antonio, TX

Join us for an exciting Master Class on Compressed Air Management – What are your blind spots?

This time hosted as a Technical Workhop at the Spring Meeting of the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS). San Antonio, Texas – US on March, 11, 2024, from 08:00am till 05:00pm.

We have assembled a group of experts of different stages of your compressed air system. Together we will show you a comprehensive approach to compressed air system assessments and improvements that will last.

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Key Takeaways to increasing reliability

Understand compressed air a a whole

Understanding the system as a whole and re-framing a compressed air system from a business perspective as a whole provides the greatest upside.

Make data-driven decisions

Start your company on the road to long-term sustainability, which is built on a bedrock of system (not compressor) performance monitoring

Hands-on Practice

Learn some of the cutting-edge techniques for reducing demand that can be applied across all industries.  This is done in a lab setting.

How to improve compressor controls

Develop your knowledge of your options for how compressors can be controlled to improve performance, reliability, and cost without buying new ones


Our esteemed lineup of speakers includes industry experts who will share their insights and expertise:

Menno Verbeek

Menno Verbeek, VPInstruments

Menno Verbeek is Sales Director of VPInstruments and an expert on compressed air monitoring systems project management. Menno believes that 80%..90% of compressed air saving opportunities are to be found outside of the compressor room and that supply side projects like adding new compressors (fixed or VSD) or implementing controls system should always come after a thorough demand side reduction process where the air distribution, air demand (incl. leaks/artificial demand/inappropriate use/system losses), quality of air and reliability of the system are continuously measured, trended and reported to support fact based system adjustments & improvements.

Jon Jensen

Jon Jensen, SMC Corporation of America

Jon Jensen is the Energy Efficiency Team Manager for SMC Corporation of America.  He provides consulting services on energy conservation in pneumatic systems.  He is also a Certified Machinery Safety Expert (TUV NORD) and manages machinery safety products for SMC Corporation of America.  He is a past president of the International Fluid Power Society, an Accredited Instructor, and holds Pneumatic Specialist and Electronic Controls Specialist Certifications.  Prior to the Energy Conservation Group, Jon served for nearly 10 years as SMC’s North American Training Manager.

Josh Wamser

Josh Wamser, Industrial Compressor Solutions

Josh Wamser is a disrupter in the compressed air industry.  His training classes and presentations push critical thinking over industry norms. He challenges compressed air professionals and plant personnel alike to get out of the compressor room to drive sustainability.


Paul Edwards, Compressed Air Consultants

Paul Edwards is a highly experienced professional with 42 years in the compressed air business. With 21 years at Ingersoll Rand, he held roles in sales, global product management, marketing, and audits/technical services. As the Principal of Compressed Air Consultants for 21 years, he provided expert compressed air consulting. Paul’s contributions have been recognized through publications and presentations at respected industry events such as CABPWEEC, IEEE, EnergyStar’s Industrial Focus Group, IEC, and IMC. He is a trusted and knowledgeable figure in the field.


Mike Lenti, Compressed Air Consultants

Co-owner of Compressed Air Consultants out of Charlotte, NC. Conduct comprehensive compressed air studies at industrial facilities. Involved in the assessment, financial analysis, installation, and commissioning phases of projects. Subcontract to compressor manufacturers such as Ingersoll-Rand and local compressor distributors to complete high level complex compressed air studies and train auditors within their organization. Provide engineering and project management services to implement measures from compressed air studies or new installations. Conduct seminars of all levels related to best practices for compressed air.


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Register now to learn how to improve your compressed air efficiency

Secure your spot now by visiting IFPS website and registering for the event. We recommend early registration as spaces are limited.

We look forward to welcoming you. Reserve your spot today and unlock the secrets to maximizing the efficiency of your compressed air systems!