Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems
(CAC L2)

2-day workshop, Tuscaloosa, AL
111 AIME Building, University of Alabama
May 8-9, 2016

This session is being held on Sunday May 8 and Monday May 9 to conform to the Airmaster Qualified Specialist training which will be held at the same site over May 9-13, 2016.

Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems

In-Person Training (Level 2)

This is an intensive two-day training that provides in-depth technical information on troubleshooting and making improvements to industrial compressed air systems. This training is designed to help end users as well as industry solution providers learn how to:

When you register, you will be sent an information packet including materials you will complete prior to the training. This information will be critical as you use data to calculate cost and performance in your specific facility.

Seminar Costs

This training is offered with signficant subsidy from the US Dept of Energy through the Industrial Assessment Center program and therefore is available at a nominal cost.

Advanced Management of Compressed Air Systems - $50 per person

Training held from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. (2-day course)

Sorry, No Refunds within One Week of Seminar Date


Mr. Jeff Yarnell, a consultant with Rogers Machinery Co., Portland, OR, has over 30 years experience with compressed air and process vacuum systems, including; system design, applications, installation, troubleshooting, maintenance, controls and energy audits. His responsibilities include major capital project management, both in the United States and abroad, from engineering, sales, procurement, and documentation. Jeff also serves as consultant to clients for energy audits and assessments, educational instruction, and system design

Mr. Eric Bessey, a compressed air systems specialist, is a Qualified AirMaster+ Instructor. He has more than 22 years of field experience in rotary crew, centrifugal, and reciprocating compressors, and plays a key role in customer site scoping, monitoring, energy analysis, and final post implementation inspection of compressed air system projects. Mr. Bessey developed DOE's AirMaster software tool, and is an instructor with the Compressed Air Challenge®. He continues to develop innovative compressed air system analysis methodologies and modeling techniques, and stays current with the latest equipment in the industry.


Register through the College of Continuing Studies at


Questions? Keith Woodbury 205-348-1647