Fluid-injected rotary screw compressors are used in a wide range of sectors. They are highly durable and operate reliably and efficiently even at high temperatures of up to 45 °C. The associated investment costs are comparatively low.
However, the lion‘s share of life-cycle costs is spent on energy (up to 80 %). in fact, energy costs taken over the lifetime of a compressor, add up to a multiple of investment costs. For this reason, Kaeser rotary screw compressors are equipped with energy-saving SIGMA profile airend rotors that save up to 15 % energy compared to conventional rotor profile designs.
Connect and go – with Kaeser compressed air stations
Kaeser rotary screw compressors with belt drive provide outstanding efficiency and reliability.
Powerful and energy-efficient: the direct drive connects the airend directly with the drive motor without transmission loss.
Two complete compressor units ensure high flow rates and fail-safe performance with a compact footprint of just 7.45 m².
Matched to your specific circumstances, we have the right solution for every application on every ship.
SIGMA PET AIR combines the production of high-pressure and control air into a single, turnkey system. Transport and installation are made easier and all components are perfectly matched.
100 percent of the energy fed to a compressor is converted into heat. Up to 96 % of this energy can be recovered and is available for reuse.
Kaeser Full Service ensures maximum reliability, availability, efficiency and value retention throughout a compressed air system's entire service life.
Learn about our development from a machine shop to one of the world's most successful manufacturers of compressed air systems.
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