Oil-Free Rotary Screw Compressors


The new dimension in oil-free compression
With logical component layout and exceptional attention to detail, Kaeser's 2-stage oil-free rotary screw compressors were designed specifically with the user in mind. Kaeser's renowned quality offers peace of mind and built for a lifetime™ reliability.

Long-term efficiency
Compressed air simply has to be available where and whenever it is needed. Kaeser 2-stage oil-free rotary compressors are built to last and ensure many years of dependable performance. With nearly a century of experience in engineering, Kaeser's components are tried and tested to deliver the durability and compressed air availability to meet the toughest of demands.

Innovation you can trust 
Using all of the advantages that Kaeser‘s advanced Research and Development Center in Coburg has to offer, Kaeser‘s engineers have designed every detail of the 2-stage oil-free rotary screw compressors with maximum efficiency and performance in mind.

Efficiency as standard 
Kaeser quality and expertise really count when it comes to the all-important total system costs for asset investments such as compressors, or complete compressed air supply systems: Lowest possible compressed air costs and maximum availability can be guaranteed only through a combination of perfect interplay between energy efficiency and service / maintenance, and by viewing the compressed air supply system as a whole.

These versatile systems were engineered for maximum ease-of-use and servicing right from the outset of the design stage. Fewer wearing parts and using premium quality materials ensure reduced maintenance requirement, longer service intervals, and extended service life. Excellent component accessibility as a result of generously sized maintenance doors and a swing-out cooler are just some of the features that make servicing so effortless.

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