The hydraulic inlet valves in Kaeser's oil-free rotary screw compressors are unaffected by contamination and condensate. This makes them more reliable and easier to maintain than pneumatic valves.
Kaeser's new fiber-free pulsation dampeners keep pressure losses to an absolute minimum, help maintain consistent air quality and, unlike fiber versions, eliminate the possibility of compressed air contamination.
The microfilter in the oil tank venting system prevents the intake of oil-laden air. This ensures compressed air quality is maintained at all times.
Thanks to its flow-optimized design, the newly developed condensate separator reliably separates the condensate downstream from the air coolers, and with minimal pressure loss.