Rotary Screw Blowers: More Air For Your Money

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Rotary Screw Blowers: More Air For Your Money

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Kaeser screw blowers are available in sizes up to 335 hp and flows to 5,650 cfm, use up to 35% less energy than conventional rotary blowers, and even achieve significant energy savings compared to currently available screw blowers. The combination of a blower air-end with high-efficiency SIGMA Profile rotors, flow-optimized components, efficient power transmission and drive components, ensures exceptional performance and oil-free air, guaranteed by Kaeser in accordance with the stringent requirements of ISO 1217.

  • High-efficiency and low-maintenance blower systems – dual shaft SIGMA blower blocks
  • Optionally available with wye-delta starter (STC) or frequency converter (SFC)
  • Plug-and-play complete package with power supply, SIGMA CONTROL 2 controller

Municipal and industrial wastewater, flotation and fluidization applications stand to benefit from using Kaeser screw blowers. Since these applications require blowers to run constantly, energy efficiency is a key consideration.

Your advantages

  • Maximum package efficiency: The combination of SIGMA Profile rotors, optimal motor-to-blower power transmission, and minimal pressure losses for all components ensures exceptional all-round efficiency.
  • Minimal pulsation in the connected process piping: Special silencers covering a wide frequency range significantly reduce machine and piping sound.
  • Reduced downtime: Highly durable components ensure reliable operation. The smart design eliminates the need for auxiliary devices (e.g., for sealing or cooling). Numerous sensors allow remote monitoring of operating status.

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