A variety of machines are available for generating compressed air: rotary lobe blowers, rotary screw blowers and turbo blowers, to name but a few. With a wealth of options on offer, operators looking to purchase reliable and long-lasting equipment will find it pays dividends to conduct an extensive demand analysis before making any investment, so as to ensure that they are selecting the machine best suited to their requirements. Here Kaeser Compressors shares an extract from their latest whitepaper - ‘Choosing the right blower’
As social distancing becomes the new norm for the foreseeable and New Zealand moves to COVID-19 Alert Level 3, Kaeser Compressors has launched two new initiatives - Contactless Service and the Compressed Air Assessment 4.0. Both initiatives have been developed to ensure that compressed air users can continue to operate reliable and efficient compressed air systems.
With flow rates up to 45.8 m3/min, when it comes to producing large volumes of oil-free portable compressed air, the Mobilair M500-2 dry-running diesel driven portable screw compressor from Kaeser Compressors presents an exceptionally powerful and flexible solution.