EXAIR LLC is North America’s premier manufacturer of industrial compressed-air equipment, and it holds high standards for the application engineers that it employs. This is because it takes extensive expertise and comprehension of every utility, plus many years of experience, when it comes to understanding how to optimize compressed-air use.
The company is pleased to announce that one of its application engineers and international sales managers, Neal Raker, has earned a CCASS (Certified Compressed Air System Specialist) certification.
Mastery in design, efficiency, distribution
Raker has worked with EXAIR for more than 25 years, and he was recently promoted to manager of the company’s domestic application-engineering department. This new CCASS accreditation is a recognition of his high credibility in understanding how to use and optimize compressed-air systems and solutions most effectively. As other EXAIR application engineers do, Raker works diligently and directly with customers and their needs to offer proper guidance on how to get the most out of their applications.
The Compressed Air and Gas Institute, or CAGI, offers CCASS certification as a professional credential to denote mastery in everything related to compressed-air systems – like system design, compressed-air supply and distribution, energy efficiency, and system components. Not only must candidates attain a certain level of education to earn this credential; they also have to complete specified training, testing, and professional experience relevant to the comprehensive knowledge of compressed-air systems.
EXAIR takes pride in its ability to help businesses with their individual process problems. Raker’s CCASS certification is clear evidence of the company’s commitment to offering a level of expertise consistent with four decades of service in the manufacturing sector. He and EXAIR’s other application engineers can offer helpful insight on optimizing performance, energy efficiency, product maintenance, and much more. The company also provides a broad range of resources on current products and how they can solve manufacturing issues.
Based in Cincinnati and observing its 40th anniversary this year, EXAIR LLC designs and manufactures an unsurpassed range of industrial compressed-air equipment since its founding in 1983. Examples include air guns, vacuum generators, static eliminators, vacuum conveyors, air nozzles, and cabinet coolers.