With a heritage that extends back to 1919, Kaeser Compressors is an industry leader in the manufacture of industrial compressed air and vacuum equipment. We offer a complete line of superior quality air compressors as well as dryers, filters, controls, and other system accessories. Kaeser also offers blowers, vacuum pumps, and portable diesel and gasoline screw compressors. We are dedicated to the design and manufacture of air system products that represent continuing advances in innovation, quality, and performance.
Beyond supplying great products, Kaeser excellence extends to evaluating each customer’s application and providing the most effective, reliable and energy efficient compressed air solution. Our service network provides expert design, installation, maintenance, repair, and system audits. Our goal is to supply products and services that exceed all expectations and provide extraordinary value.
Kaeser is not intimidated by demanding applications. We design systems that deliver a reliable source of compressed air for even the strictest of air quality requirements. Our commitment to quality has made us the compressed air choice for the food industry and it’s why we are known as the air systems specialist.
Kaeser Compressors is committed to providing our customers with engineering excellence, the highest in manufacturing quality, and cutting edge solutions. Prompt and dependable customer service and engineering support are backed by extensive training and our ISO 9001:2015 quality assurance and ISO 14001:2015 environmental compliance program. These all contribute to the value our customers have come to expect from the Kaeser name.
Kaeser Compressors, Inc.
PO Box 946
Fredericksburg, VA 22404
Contact: Ally Jordan
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