Kaeser Kompresoren kompresoriaus alyva

Kaeser rotarinių sraigtinių ir stūmoklinių kompresorių alyvos


Originalus produktas


Siūloma alternatyva


KAESER kompresorių alyvos



Kaeser Sigma Fluid MOL



Molyduval Patricia CDM 46



Kaeser 4000 M-460



Molyduval Patricia CDMA 46



Kaeser 4000 M-100



Molyduval Patricia CDM 100



Kaeser 4000 M-150



Molyduval Patricia CDM 150



Kaeser Omega SB-150


Molyduval Tantalus A 150


Kaeser Omega SB - 220


Molyduval Tantalus A 220


Molyduval Tantalus A 220 orapūtės alyva


Kaeser Omega SB - 320 Blower Lubricant


Molyduval Tantalus A 320


Kaeser Sigma Fluid Plus


Molyduval Patricia CDE 68



Kaeser Sigma Fluid S-320



Molyduval Patricia CDA 32



Kaeser Sigma Fluid S-460


Molyduval Patricia CDA 46



Kaeser Sigma Fluid S-680



Molyduval Patricia CDA 68



Kaeser Sigma 8000 S-100



Molyduval Patricia CDA 100



Kaeser Sigma 8000 S-150


Molyduval Patricia CDA 150



Kaeser 325 R



NycoLube 3031


Kaeser 466 R



NycoLube 3041


Kaeser 687 R



NycoLube 3051


Kaeser 150P



NycoLube 3061


Kaeser 175 P



NycoLube 3071


Kaeser 8000 FG-460



Molyduval Soraja CDA 46

Kaeser FG 150

Molyduval Soraja CDA 150

Kaeser FG Premium Plus


Molyduval Soraja CDA 68


Kaeser FGP

Molyduval Soraja CDA 150

Kaeser Lithium Grease

Molylub Lycos MZ 2

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Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

Kaeser Compressors, Inc. manufacturers compressed air and vacuum products, including rotary screw compressors, oil-less reciprocating compressors, rotary lobe blowers, refrigerated and desiccant dryers, filters, condensate management systems and other related products. The company provides service, rentals, and consulting services. Kaeser Compressors, Inc. is a US subsidiary of Kaeser Kompressoren headquartered in Coburg, Germany.

Carl Kaeser, Sr. founded the Kaeser organization as an engineering workshop that produced car and engine parts in 1919. Soon after, the factory was reconditioning engines, producing gears and building special purpose machines for the local glass industry. It wasn’t until the post-war need for compressed air in the rebuilding of Germany that the company began manufacturing and developing air compressors. The company grew rapidly after turning out its first reciprocating compressor in 1948, and by 1960 had outgrown its facility of 38 years and moved to a new location in Coburg, Germany.

Under the leadership of Carl Kaeser, Jr., Kaeser engineers developed a rotary screw compressor that featured the “Sigma Profile” airend in the early 1970s. The first compressor to incorporate the Sigma Profile was delivered in 1975.

Now represented in every major industrialized country in the world, Kaeser established its first subsidiary in Switzerland by the late 1970s. The US subsidiary is the largest. Reiner Mueller started the US subsidiary in Fredericksburg, VA in 1982. Fredericksburg is near to several transport centers, and remains home to the US headquarters. The 16-acre (65,000 m2) site includes a 117,500-square-foot (10,920 m2) facility. Reiner Mueller retired in December 2008, and his son Frank assumed leadership in January 2009.

Carl Kaeser, Jr., who started with Kaeser Kompressoren in 1937, worked until the day he died in 2009. Thomas Kaeser assumed leadership of Kaeser Kompressoren after his father, Carl, died at the age of 95.

Kaeser’s manufacturing facilities in Europe consist of a group headquarters in Coburg, Germany that produces rotary screw, reciprocating, and portable compressors, and a plant in Gera, Germany that produces refrigeration dryers and rotary blowers. Also, the company has a sheet metal plant near Coburg in Sonnefeld.

When developing the Sigma Profile in the nineteen seventies, the Kaeser engineering team was faced with overcoming the disadvantages that previous screw designs presented to the market. Those previous designs included an energy-consuming symmetrical profile, and an asymmetric design introduced in 1962 that was an improvement over the symmetrical design but still consumed more energy than a reciprocating compressor. Kaeser engineers introduced the Sigma Profile with a five-to-six lobe asymmetrical design. The design required closer tolerances between the rotors and the housing, resulting in fewer air back-flow losses.

Kaeser’s design philosophy remains to develop larger, slower running airends. Airends turning at slower speeds deliver more compressed air for the same drive power (up to 20% more efficient than conventional screw designs). Oil flooding at the point of compression provides cleaning, lubrication and cooling, which contributes to airend efficiency.

Sigma Profile airends are now found in a range of compressors from 3 to 600 hp (2.2 to 450 kW). Kaeser continues to refine and improve the airend design.

Kaeser’s screw compressor rotors and airend castings are created in climate-controlled environments. Precision milling machines mill the screw compressor rotors to fine tolerances, and CNC machining centers with pallet changing systems allow for 24-hour automatic machining of the airend castings. A 3D coordinate-measuring machine automatically checks the critical dimensions of the airend casing. CNC profile grinders finish the rotors to micrometre tolerances.