Airtime – Compressed air moisture management webinar for professionals

Industrial Manufacturing and Processes
Industrial Measurements

Compressed air is one of the most widely used utilities in industrial processes, but it also poses significant challenges for quality and efficiency. Moisture in compressed air can cause corrosion, contamination, product spoilage, and equipment damage, resulting in increased costs and reduced performance. 


How can you ensure that your compressed air system is operating at optimal conditions and delivering high-quality compressed air? How can you measure and control the moisture level in your compressed air system? 

Join us for this webinar to learn the answers to these questions and more.


  • The ‘must-know’ dew point theory for high-quality compressed air
  • How to ensure proper dew point measurements throughout the compressed air system
  • Selecting the right instruments and accessories

This webinar is designed for professionals who work with compressed air systems in various industries, such as manufacturing, food processing, pharmaceutical, chemical, and power generation. Whether you are a plant manager, an engineer, a technician, or a quality control specialist, this webinar will provide you with valuable insights and practical tips on how to improve your compressed air system.

You will be able ask questions during the webinar via chat, but you can also send your questions via the registration form beforehand. Register today and get a free virtual seat!

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Antti Viitanen


An expert in battery manufacturing and carbon capture/CCUS applications for humidity and dry measurements, Product Manager Antti Viitanen works chiefly with OEM, carbon dioxide, and dew point products. With over 20 years of experience in electronic sensor technology, Antti holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Aalto University, Finland.