Kaeser to present technical paper on blower technologies at WIOA QLD 2017

Kaeser Compressors Australia

By Process Online Staff
Tuesday, 11 April, 2017

Aeration air is an indispensable part of biological wastewater treatment plant processes. Ensuring a dependable source of compressed air at all times is essential to ensure that there is no breakdown of the clarification process.

Operating an energy-efficient blower system is also very important, especially when you consider that the largest operating cost for a wastewater treatment plant is energy, with the largest of all energy consumers being running blowers for aeration.

With energy prices continuing to rise, understanding the compressed air demand of a system and selecting the right blower to meet these requirements is critical. Proper planning will also greatly impact the final reliability and energy efficiency of the system.

Kaeser Compressors Australia National Design and Engineering Manager Jeff Coyle will be presenting a technical paper at this year’s WIOA QLD conference being held in Crestmead on 7 and 8 June. His paper, ‘Blower technologies and energy efficiency opportunities’, discusses the most commonly and widely used blower solutions, describing their unique strengths and ideal applications as well as the critical factors that should be considered when planning a blower system to ensure it is not only reliable but also energy efficient.

For more information about the conference, to download the full conference program and for registration details, click here.

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