With a heritage that extends back to 1919, Kaeser Compressors is an industry leader in industrial compressed air equipment, including rotary lobe and rotary screw blower packages, rotary screw compressors, vacuum pumps, portable diesel screw compressors, air treatment components and other system accessories. Wastewater treatment plants across the country rely on us for air system solutions that are engineered for long life and continuous energy savings. Our products represent continuing advances in innovation, technology and performance. Kaeser’s built for a lifetime™ quality coupled with our commitment to energy efficiency provide our customers with the lowest life-cycle costs possible.
Kaeser Compressors, Inc.
511 Sigma Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Contact: Ally Curran
When it opened in 1846, the Danube-Main (Ludwig) Canal was an ambitious engineering project intended to put the recently founded Kingdom of Bavaria on the map as a modern industrial power.
Kaeser has been designing and manufacturing superior industrial machinery since 1919.
Kaeser’s complete line of air system products includes industrial electric and portable gasoline and diesel rotary screw compressors with the highly efficient Sigma Profile™, rotary lobe and screw blowers, compressed air boosters, and vacuum packages.
A Kaeser EBS series screw blower is making wastewater treatment considerably more efficient and effective at the Goldsteig dairy factory in Cham in the Upper Palatinate region in Germany.
Farming operations to plan and control fish reproduction have been around since the 15th century and are a sophisticated, mechanized arm in the food production industry today.
Kaeser Compressors, Inc. has been awarded the 2015 AGENT (Assist, Grow, Educate, Network, & Thrive) Award by the City of Cypress, California.
Kaeser Kompressoren SE, the international headquarters of Kaeser Compressors, Inc., recently gathered with local dignitaries and construction company representatives to lay the cornerstone of their new administrative building.
Just a year after breaking ground on a major expansion project, Kaeser Kompressoren SE, the international headquarters of Kaeser Compressors, Inc., has held a topping out ceremony to celebrate adding the roof to one of the new industrial rotary screw compressor production halls.
Renowned economic magazine Wirtschaftswoche, has commissioned a study by Munich Strategy Group (MSG) to closely examine medium-sized companies in Germany and how truly innovative they are.
Written by Kaeser’s blower and engineering experts, Kaeser Compressors’ latest ebook provides essential tips for planning and installing a blower system.
The Moundsville Wastewater Treatment Plant in West Virginia chooses not to fix a broken blower unit, but rather to correct an outdated approach. The result is a savings of $50-60K a year in energy costs.
Energy is the single highest operating cost in a wastewater treatment plant. More specifically, the energy to operate blowers for aeration is the single highest energy consumer.
Modern compressed air systems have a variety of requirements. In addition to specific pressure, flow and air quality requirements, system reliability and energy consumption are key considerations.
Wastewater treatment plants provide a critical service to our communities. WWTP systems operate continuously and equipment must be completely reliable and sustainable. Kaeser delivers exceptional air system solutions for wastewater treatment operations that are engineered for long life and continuous energy savings.
Kaeser Compressors has revolutionized compressed air controls with the sigma Control2.
Kaeser Compressors has redefined packaged blower systems yet again with the new EBS and FBS series.
Kaeser Com-paK blower systems offer the best combination of quality construction, reliable performance, and ease of ownership.
Since the day we opened our doors, Kaeser's mission has been to deliver long term value to our customers. Discover the Kaeser difference for yourself.
Kaeser's blower product manager, Stephen Horne, explains how wastewater treatment facilities can benefit from utilizing blower package and system integration for increased efficiency.
Energy is a huge portion of a wastewater treatment plant's operating costs, with aeration blowers being a major user. System splitting with adaptive control reduces electrical, maintenance, and initial investment costs.