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Efficient, Effective Industrial & Commercial Lighting
to be held in Spokane on May 24, 2016
In this course you will learn how to understand pros and cons of various lighting technologies. You will learn about the best uses for LEDs, especially high bays. You will be able to return to your facility with knowledge about how to improve its operations and increase your bottom line savings.
Pneumatic Conveyance Systems Energy Management
to be held in Spokane on October 26, 2016
This training will provide you the skills and knowledge necessary to optimize existing pneumatic conveying systems or specify reliable systems to meet conveying requirements. Systems design, operation, component selection, advantages and disadvantages, and other characteristics of different conveying systems will be discussed.
Compressed Air Challenge
- Level 1 Class to be held in Yakima on November 1, 2016
Are your compressed air energy costs under control? Even the smallest compressed air system is a relatively large source of energy consumption and cost. Make your company more profitable with the Compressed Air Challenge™, a series of seminars that applies proven techniques to achieve cost-effective solutions. Optimizing your compressed air systems can lead to higher productivity, energy savings, increased product quality and greater efficiency. This training offers attendees the opportunity to use their own system data in seminar exercises, as well as mastery of compressed air system components and techniques. Attendees can apply training and implement changes immediately upon return to their work place.
Building Operator Certification (BOC)
offers live instructional webinars to keep you informed on the dynamic field of facilities management. The 2016 webinars focus on communication strategies to provide you with tools and tips for effectively communicating between peers and decision makers. Learn more about
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Adjustable Speed Drives (ASD)
Energy Auditing and Troubleshooting
Boiler and Chiller Maintenance for Maximum Efficiency
Compressed Air Energy Management: What You Need to Know
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Energy Management Opportunities for Industrial Customers
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