ABOUT KAESER COMPRESSORS

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.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Kaeser Compressors' CSG-2, DSG-2, and FSG-2 oil-free rotary screw compressors cover flows from 192 to 1774 cfm, pressures from 45 to 145 psig, and are available in horsepowers from 50 to 450 hp. Available air-cooled or water-cooled, these new two-stage oil-free air compressors have been designed with energy efficiency, easy maintenance, and long term reliability in mind. Models are up to 9% more efficient than the competition. Units come standard with Sigma Control 2™. This intelligent controller offers unsurpassed compressor control and monitoring with enhanced communications capabilities for seamless integration into plant control/monitoring systems and IIoT.

Kaeser’s custom engineered solutions are compressed air systems built to specification for the most demanding and challenging applications. Available as skids or custom enclosures, these complete systems are designed for exceptional reliability, simple maintenance, and superior energy efficiency no matter what the installation limitations may be. They eliminate space, weather, and accessibility constraints and greatly reduce construction and installation time.

Kaeser's line of industrial air compressors are designed for reliability, maximum efficiency, and easy maintenance.

Kaeser had been designing and manufacturing superior industrial machinery since 1919. With over 100 years of manufacturing experience, we pride ourselves on upholding our traditions of quality and craftsmanship. Our reputation for reliability, energy efficiency, and excellent service has helped us grow into a global leader in blower and compressed air technology.

System controller for compressed air systems
Compressed air is one of your biggest utility costs. Too often, compressors in multi-unit systems operate on their individual control signals and are not well integrated. Much energy is wasted by running more machines than necessary and at higher pressures than needed. Other problems include fluctuating pressure, as well as increased maintenance and repair costs due to excess valve cycling and motor starts. Kaeser’s Sigma Air Manager 4.0 offers complete  compressed air system management for chemical plants and facilities by tying your compressors, blowers, or vacuum units together into a secure Sigma Network. SAM 4.0 can also balance load hours for more effective maintenance scheduling.

What is an ADA?
Kaeser's Air Demand Analysis (ADA) is our unique approach to comprehensive air system audits. Without interrupting daily plant operations, our proprietary ADA program provides a complete and accurate air demand and consumption profile. We can tailor this audit to any size system.

Kaeser's SmartPipe is a modular aluminum pipe for compressed air installations, offering both lower installation costs and lower long-term operating costs. From small shops to large industrial systems, SmartPipe is great for all facilities and is available in sizes up to 8" pipe diameter.

Compressed air applications range from general purpose shop air to breathing air - with a wide range of applications in between.  Because the application determines the type of air treatment required, the first step in meeting your air treatment needs is to look closely and specifically at your air quality requirements.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

PO Box 946

Fredericksburg, VA 22404

UNITED STATES

Contact: Ally Jordan

FEATURED CONTENT

  • The goal of Fuchs Group in Lower Saxony, Germany, with its precious spices and spice mixtures, is to help turn a meal into a genuine culinary event. The company cannot afford any bottlenecks or disruptions in the compressed air supply. When it was time to replace the obsolete compressors from another manufacturer due to increasingly frequent breakdowns and problems, the obvious choice was the Coburg-based system provider KAESER.

  • Award winning winemaker Teusner Wines recently invested in two Kaeser SK 25 rotary screw compressors, which are responsible for delivering a reliable and energy efficient supply of compressed air to the pneumatic - grape crushing - presses at their new purpose built winery in the Barossa Valley, South Australia.

  • Carl Kaeser Sr. established his machine workshop in 1919. Learn the history of what made KAESER a highly successful global supplier of compressors and compressed air systems that remains true to its roots.

  • KAESER’s latest product solution for the beverage industry - Booster systems come into play when, for technical reasons, specific points in a production process require a pressure higher than the existing network pressure.

  • Keeping physical contaminants out of food products is top of mind for every food processor. But, compressed air systems in food plants present unique challenges in preventing contamination while keeping costs low. This article offers guidance on how to best meet food safety goals without wasting capital, operations, and maintenance resources.

  • This article addresses compressed air system leaks, the energy and money losses they cause, how you can prevent them, and how to fix them if they occur.

  • When sizing a compressed air dryer, it’s important to understand how temperature and pressure affect humidity. This article provides guidance for selecting an air dryer for conditions and factors of your facility.

  • One of many considerations of a compressed air system is whether or not to include manual bypasses. Before including them for the sake of convenience, be sure to understand how they affect air quality.

  • While compressed air never comes into contact with Parmesan cheese, it operates many of its processing, transport, and quality control machines to meet strict requirements for food production.

  • Rising energy prices are an unwelcome reality in food manufacturing. This article discusses how heat recovery reduces energy costs by utilizing heat rejected from rotary screw compressors.

  • Did you know as much as 50 percent of compressed air energy is wasted? This white paper lays out five steps industrial companies can take to lower compressed air energy consumption.

  • This paper discusses how companies lose thousands each year to compressed air system leaks, addresses leak detection, and offers advice for an audit and repair plan for your compressed air system.

  • This paper provides guidance on the design of variable speed compressors, how they operate most efficiently with existing compressors, and tools for multiple compressor stations.

  • The proper application of pressure/flow controls has always been a bit confusing. Some say they should be used in every application. Some say there's no need at all. The truth is somewhere in the middle.

  • Compressed air systems aren't given the same consideration as other equipment when planning a new installation.This e-book includes tips for wisely planning and maintaining compressed air systems.

  • This case study explains how a candy manufacturer used an Air Demand Analysis (ADA) to identify areas of waste and inefficiency and then implemented corrective actions to boost profits and efficiency.

  • Applying best practices can ensure years of energy efficient operation in compressed air systems.