The hydraulically operated inlet valves in Kaeser oil-free compression rotary screw compressors are unaffected by contamination and condensate. This makes them more reliable and easier to maintain than pneumatic valves.
Kaeser's new fibre-free pulse dampers keep pressure losses to an absolute minimum, help maintain consistent air quality and, unlike fibre versions, do not present a source of contamination for the compressed air.
The microfilter in the oil tank venting system prevents the intake of oil-laden air – a key detail to ensure that compressed air quality is reliably maintained at all times.
Thanks to its flow-optimised design, the newly developed condensate separator reliably separates the condensate downstream from the air coolers, with minimal pressure loss.