Kaeser’s Redesigned Screw Compressors Offer Better Energy Efficiency

Kaeser’s Redesigned Screw Compressors Offer Better Energy Efficiency

Routine maintenance is easier with an open package layout and oversized access doors.

Kaeser Compressors’ redesigned CSD Series of screw compressors now features five models from 60 to 125 hp with significantly improved efficiency over a wider range of flows and pressures. Capacities range from 261 to 693 cfm at pressures from 80 to 217 psig.

With new airend designs and IE4 Super Premium Efficiency motors, the CSD compressors now have even better specific performance (kW/100 cfm) and deliver up to 25% more air than competitive models, the company said.

Kaeser’s standard SIGMA CONTROL 2 includes superior external communication capabilities and data storage for better asset and energy management.

Routine maintenance is easier than ever with an open package layout, oversized access doors, and convenient placement of fluid level indicator and fill port.

Standard features also include a frequency-controlled fan with a brushless DC motor and an eco-friendly fluid filter element.

All five models are available with integrated refrigerated dryers and Eco-Drains.

For more information, visit us.kaeser.com/rotaryscrew, or to be connected with a local authorized Kaeser representative, call (877) 417-3527.

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