The CAGI CCASS is a professional credential offered by the Compressed Air and Gas Institute (CAGI) to represent mastery in all things compressed air system-related, such as system design, compressed air supply and distribution, energy efficiency, system components, and more. To achieve this credential, individuals must attain not only a certain level of education but complete specified training, testing, and professional experiences all pertaining to the comprehensive knowledge of compressed air systems. Neal Raker is our fourth team member to achieve this certification. So what does this mean for you, our customers, and loyal blog readers?
It means that our staff of Application Engineers are continually improving themselves and looking for ways to ensure our readers, customers, and potential customers that we are the leading experts in the industry regarding engineered solutions for point-of-use compressed air. We continue to educate ourselves and then share our knowledge through various avenues. This can include blogs such as this one, informal videos that are published here, on our YouTube Channel and on our website, articles through various publications, and even our webinars.
These topics range from eliminating waste from one of the most expensive utilities to system designs that prevent pressure drops and lack of supply for point-of-use applications. They can go in-depth or stay high level in order to get just a general understanding of the topic at hand.
If you would like to test our knowledge or see what kind of information we can share with you on your facilities’ compressed air usage, contact an Application Engineer today.