FAD from 65 to 524 l/min
Pressures up to 8 bar
For up to 12 treatment units or
20 dental work stations
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|Exceptional Performance: Permanent-Power-System|
Providing unrivalled performance, KAESER’s "Permanent Power System" (PPS) enables up to 90 percent compressed air availability. To regenerate the desiccant in the SECCOMAT dryer, the PPS uses a highly efficient process whereby fresh ambient air is drawn in and warmed via the compressor and then passed through the dryer. This technique has several key advantages: Firstly, the resulting internal cooling of the compressor block increases efficiency and service life. Secondly, the warmed air is perfect for purge air as it can carry far more moisture than cool air. This process is also much faster than conventional regeneration methods which use diverted compressed air that is cooled as a result of subsequent expansion. Consequently, the KAESER “Permanent Power System” significantly extends the compressed air system’s power phases and enables unprecedented compressed air availability.
| ||Durable KAESER compressor block|
KAESER compressor blocks are made from materials of the highest quality. Produced in Coburg, Germany, each component is manufactured, inspected and assembled with meticulous care and precision. Together with KAESER's innovative "Permanent Power System", these durable compressors provide outstanding performance and unrivalled energy efficiency.
| ||Replaceable Teflon seals|
Both piston rings and the guide ring for each piston are Teflon-coated to ensure maximum durability. Moreover, they are easy and inexpensive to replace should the need arise and, as a result, further extend the exceptionally long service life of KAESER Dental compressed air systems.
| ||Compact PPS control unit|
The "Permanent Power System" controls switching via a 4/2-way solenoid valve.
| ||Dependable: SECCOMAT dental dryers|
Dryer power is significantly increased if condensate droplets are pre-separated from the air before it reaches the dryer. By using warm air, the "Permanent Power System" is able to regenerate the desiccant faster and more reliably.