Superior Filtration for Increased Productivity
Kaeser Gives You the Air Quality You Require
Ambient air contains contaminants that are drawn into the compressor. These contaminants are concentrated during compression and find their way into the compressed air system. A typical compressed air system is contaminated with abrasive solid particles such as dirt, rust and pipe scale, compressor lubricants, condensed water droplets, and oil and hydrocarbon vapors.
Contaminated compressed air systems increase operating costs by robbing the air system of useful power. This results in reduced efficiency, damaged air operated equipment, higher maintenance and repair costs, reduced production caused by downtime, and increased product rejections.
The properly sized and selected Kaeser filter(s) in conjunction with the appropriate dryer will remove these contaminants. This will allow the compressed air system to deliver the quality of air required for the particular application whether it’s plant air, instrument air, or breathing air.