That’s right, just like your local cable or satellite TV provider, EXAIR offers On-Demand content that can be streamed and used for training, education, help with cost justification, or improve awareness around compressed air costs and safety.
The best part about this content is that you don’t have to pay for it, simply register on our website (where your information is not shared) and go to the Webinars section of our Knowledge Base. Then gain access to the library of five webinars that have all been broadcast around compressed air safety, efficiency, and optimization.
The current On-Demand offering is listed below:
Intelligent Compressed Air Solutions for OSHA Compliance
Intelligent Solutions for Electrical Enclosure Cooling
Optimize Your Compressed Air System in 6 Simple Steps
Simple Steps for Big Savings
Understanding Static Electricity
The most recent webinar we created is currently only On-Demand for registered attendees and will soon be added to the Knowledge Base library. If you did not get to see it live, the content was extremely helpful for anyone that works within a facility that uses compressed air. Use This Not That – 4 Common Ways To Save Compressed Air In Your Plant, keep an eye out for the release date in our On-Demand section.
If you would like to discuss any of the webinar topics further, please feel free to reach out to an Application Engineer.
Over the past month or so I have been doing some update projects at home. Tearing out wood paneling, drywalling, and even tearing out some old tile to install new inside of an entryway. While I have helped with drywall before it was when I was 16 and let’s just say that the details are a little fuzzy on the right way to do quality drywalling. Instead of calling a professional in, I looked to my readily available options on where to find information. I reached out to friends and family that I knew had experience with it and then I turned to the internet.
One simple search for “How to tape and mud drywall” or any combination of those words and I was spoon fed hundreds of videos that showcase how many different people go about the process. (Some professional, some not so professional.) I never like to watch just one so I checked out a dozen or so and decided to give it a go. The point is, I didn’t spend time reading through instructions or finding books on the matter, I went to people that I knew had the knowledge then straight to videos for help. This is why I want to thank all of our customers who have ever asked the question “do you have a video on that?”.
Customer inquiries and FAQs are where a good number of our video topics on our blog and YouTube channel are generated. A simple search on our blog for video will show all of the tips and tricks videos that the EXAIR Application Engineers have released over the past handful of years. This count continues to go up as a new video is released every month since 2011. We currently have 54 EXAIR product related videos on our blog. Our YouTube channel features additional videos for product categories and some humorous (subjective, we know) videos from Professor Penurious.
If you have a topic you would like to discuss or something you think would make a good how to video for us, contact us and tell us.
Over the past several years we have posted nearly 75 videos to our YouTube channel. Our channel has just received a fresh new layout to help you better find the videos you are looking for. The videos on our YouTube channel vary from Featured Product Videos, Professor Penurious videos, and all of the Application Engineer’s Tips and tricks videos that span across all product lines.
The ideas for the A.E. Tips and Tricks videos are all spawned from our daily conversations with customers. So that brings me to ask you, our reader: “What would you like to see next? ”
If there is a certain EXAIR product you would like to see more of, or maybe you aren’t sure if you are using your EXAIR product to its full potential, let us know through comments, tweets, calls, emails or even faxes. We’ll see what we can do to make a video that will help you, as well as see if we can’t help while we are in contact with you.
So shoot us a message and we will do our best to help as fast as we possibly can.