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KAESER Know How Blog

Kaeser Know How is a blog for the compressed air user in New Zealand where you can find a wealth of knowledge as well as advice and tip and tricks that could help you plan, design and operate an optimised and efficient compressed air system.

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September 2019
How to keep your compressor running efficiently throughout the warmer months

Spring clean your compressed air system!
Spring clean your compressed air system for a hassle free season

As we spring into September many of us will be looking forward to some warmer months ahead. Whilst we may enjoy the warmer weather, our compressed air system does not. If left unchecked, warmer weather can cause a number of problems for your compressed air system that could lead to reduced efficiency right through to costly downtime. In this blog post we look at how a spring clean can help you keep your compressor running efficiently throughout the warmer months.

Other blog posts to read

August 2019 - The benefits of predictive maintenance and maintenance kits

Compressor service with KAESER Compressors

Would you like to reduce your compressed air associated maintenance costs? Would you also like to know your annual maintenance costs upfront for ease of budget planning and eliminate the risk of unplanned and costly downtime? In this blog post we look at how predictive maintenance and maintenance kits can help you achieve these goals.

July 2019 - The steps and advantages of undergoing a compressed air audit

Air Demand Analysis with Kaeser Compressors

In this blog post we look at what is involved in a compressed air audit, what the advantages are, and how an audit can greatly assist you in developing a tailored, reliable and efficient compressed air system.

June 2019 - How to detect and fix compressed air leaks

Ultra sonic leak detection with Kaeser Compressors

In part 2 of our compressed air leaks 101 blog post series we look at the 3 main methods of compressed air leak detection, best practice for fixing leaks and how to manage leaks on an on-going basis.