"COMPRESSED AIR BEST PRACTICES™"
Snack Food Audit Saves 50% Lighting Audit Carbon Zero Compressors A u g u s t / S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 9 ® C O M P R E S S E D A I R B E S T P R A C T I C E S™ 2010 EDITORIAL CALENDAR www.airbestpractices.com Sustainable Energy Savings for Compressed Air Best Practices Compressed Air Best Practices™ is a technical magazine dedicated to discovering Energy Savings and Productivity Improvement Opportunities in Compressed Air Systems for Nitrogen Audit at Boeing VFD Wiring J a n u a r y 2 0 0 9 Industrial Lighting Audit specific Focus Industries. Each edition outlines “Best Practices” for compressed air users ™ — particularly those involved in managing energy costs in multi-factory organizations. Utility and Energy Engineers, Utility Providers and Compressed Air Auditors share techniques on how to audit the “demand-side” of a system — including the Pneumatic Circuits on machines. This application knowledge allows the Magazine to recommend “Best Practices” for the “supply-side” of the system. For this reason we feature air compressor, air treatment, measurement and management, pneumatics, blower and vacuum technologies as they relate to the requirements of the monthly Focus Industry. CABP_AugSept_09.indd 1 7/30/09 12:47 PM p Compressed Air Users — Focus Industry A. Energy and Utility Managers share experiences B. Audit case studies and “Best Practice” recommendations kW CO2 p Utility Providers & Air Auditors A. Utility Company Rebate Programs B. Case Studies by Expert Compressed Air Auditors p Compressed Air Industry A. Profiles of Manufacturers and Distributors B. Product Technologies Best Suited for the Focus Industries C. Industry News CABP_January_09.indd 1 12/30/08 9:06 AM AIR STANDARDS AD & ART FOCUS SYSTEM THE ENERGY ENERGY THE TECHNOLOGY 7 PROJECT 2010 EDITION & THE PNEUMATIC DEADLINES INDUSTRY ASSESSMENTS MANAGER* REBATES* PROVIDER AREAS ADVANTAGE 2010 Shows February Inappropriate Saint Southern Variable Speed Drive Utility Bills Air Assessment 2–5: World of Concrete, Las Vegas, NV December Energy JANUARY Uses of Gobain California Motors & Demand Standards 11 Rebates March Compressed Air Packaging Edison & Compressors Control by ASME & ISO 24–25: Globalcon, Philadelphia, PA Oil & Natural “Oil-Patch- April January Piping System Austin Steam-Leak Gas Compression FEBRUARY Gas Drilling Sunoco Approved”Air 19–23: IAOM, Las Vegas, NV 8 Optimization Energy Surveys Packages & Refining Compressors 20–22: Interphex, New York, NY 25–28: ICDA, Palm Springs, CA Bulk Handling Reducing California Air-Cooled February Fluid Cooling Managing Harsh May MARCH Pulp & Paper, Constituents Portland BC Hydro Compressors Reduce 5 Systems Ambient Air 2–5: Papercon, Atlanta, GA Concrete of Demand Cement Water Consumption 3–6: AISTech, Pittsburgh, PA Upgrading Demand 3–6: OTC, Houston, TX March Steel & Arcelor Allegheny Oil-Free Centrifugal Heated 4–6: PTXI, Rosemont, IL APRIL to Centrifugals Reduction 5 Metals Mittal Power Compressors Dessicant Dryers 16–18: AICD, Ponte Vedra, FL at AK Steel & Control June Processing Horizon kW, Flow, April Compressed Air Pacific Gas Oil-Free Rotary ISO 8573.1 Air 15–16: EMC, Seattle, WA MAY/JUNE Food-Powder- Milling/ Pressure 16 Leak Audits & Electric Screw Compressors Quality Spec July Pharma Cargill Control 11–14: ASHE, Tampa, FL Seattle City 18–20: Process Expo, Chicago, IL June Hospitals Air Quality St. Joseph Medical Air Lighting NFPA 99 JULY & Tacoma 9 & Labs Assessments Hospital Packages Upgrades Medical Spec August Power 15–18: GovEnergy, Dallas, TX Supply- and Boiler 25–28: IWF, Atlanta, GA July Energy Manitoba Metering Systems The Walk- AUGUST Demand-Side Sikorsky System September 9 Audits Hydro For Auditing Through Audit Assessments Optimization 22–24: InterBev, Orlando, FL Wastewater Heat Responsible October August Water General Fluid Cooling TBD NAACD SEPTEMBER System Xcel Energy Recovery Condensate 6 Treatment Electric Systems 2–6: WEFTEC, New Orleans, LA Optimization Opportunities Management 3–6: Graph Expo, Chicago, IL Pneumatic Wisconsin's 19–21: ISA Expo, Houston, TX September Food Alcan Oil-Free Air Air Recovery Optimizing 31–2: Pack Expo Int’l, Chicago, IL OCTOBER Systems Reduce Focus on 8 Packaging Packaging Compressors Systems Nitrogen Energy Costs Energy November TBD: WEEC Energy Compressor New Jersey's Compressed Air November/ October Ball 1–2: ASPE, Philadelphia, PA Management Control Clean Energy Management HVAC ISO 12500 7–10: ISPE, Orlando, FL December 8 Corporation Systems Strategies Program & Monitoring *At time of printing, not all arrangements were final Editorial & Advertising Sales Contact: Rod Smith • email@example.com • 251-680-9154 ™ NEW WEB SITE! Content for Energy Managers p Launch Date: January 2010 p Energy Manager Features 2 0 1 0 C I R C U L AT I O N & R AT E S www.airbestpractices.com p System Assessments p Technology Providers p Rebate Program Finder p kW & CO2 Calculators p Auditor Finder p Sustainable Manufacturing CIRCULATION News Compressed Air Best Practices® Magazine mails to the industrial energy managers and consultants who can implement energy savings projects in the manufacturing and process industries. “Energy team members” refers to the plant engineers, plant managers and maintenance managers who contribute to the corporations’ multi- factory sustainability initiatives. The geographic circulation mix for the print magazine is 99% in the United States, and the digital magazine circulation is 60% in the U.S., 30% internationally and 10% in Canada. Number of Subscribers MAGAZINE ADVERTISING RATES SIC DESCRIPTION PRINT DIGITAL 20-39, Energy & Utility Managers, Energy 7,500 900 Print Magazine Display Ads* 13, 49 Team Members (plant management) INSERTIONS PER YEAR 356, 508, System Auditors, Energy Consultants, 2,500 500 1X 3X 6X 10X 871, 963 Compressed Air Technology Providers AD SIZE Total: 10,000 1,400 Full Page $6,400 $6,050 $5,500 $4,900 2/3 Page $4,940 $4,525 $4,105 $3,283 1/2 Page $3,750 $3,438 $3,125 $2,625 Energy Management Subscribers 1/3 Page $2,438 $2,313 $2,188 $1,938 Coca Cola Baxter Northrop Constar Ball Corp. 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