May 4, 2017
2 p.m. EST
Wastewater treatment plants provide an invaluable service to our communities. Plants are typically designed to service regions for 20 to 30 years. This poses many challenges for community leaders and plant designers who not only have to foresee the future for the community, but stay within a given budget. This inherently results in a plant larger than the current needs and leads to reduced operational efficiency.
Kaeser Compressors Inc. has won the 2015 AGENT (Assist, Grow, Educate, Network & Thrive) Business of the Year Award by the City of Cypress, California.
The AGENT Business of the Year Award recognizes and honors Cypress’ integral and influential mid-sized businesses. Kaeser’s Cypress based branch was selected for being an industry leader in providing high-quality compressed air systems and services.
Kaeser Kompressoren SE, the international headquarters of Kaeser Compressors Inc., recently gathered with local dignitaries and construction company representatives to lay the cornerstone of its new administrative building. A time capsule with current newspapers and coins was included with cornerstone to commemorate a time of marked growth and success for the compressed air systems provider.
Just a year after breaking ground on a major expansion project, Kaeser Kompressoren SE, the international headquarters of Kaeser Compressors Inc., held a topping-out ceremony to celebrate adding the roof to one of its new industrial rotary screw compressor production halls.
Two production halls are being built in parallel that, when complete, will meet not only pressing needs for additional space, but also feature the latest in technology.
Renowned economic magazine Wirtschaftswoche has commissioned a study by Munich Strategy Group to closely examine medium-sized companies in Germany and determine how truly innovative they are. The result is a ranked list based on turnover, annual reports and presentations, and interviews with customers, industry experts, managing directors, owners and company advisory boards. Kaeser was ranked second out of more than 3,300 companies examined.
Kaeser Compressors has broken ground on a new building expansion to their headquarters in Fredericksburg, Va.
Representatives from building contractor Emerald Construction, architect McKinney & Co., the Office of Economic Development and Tourism for Spotsylvania County, former Company President Reiner Mueller, and Kaeser employees attended the event.
Kaeser Kompressoren SE, the international headquarters of Kaeser Compressors Inc., has broken ground on a major expansion at its main location in Coburg, Germany.
The new facilities will primarily serve to manufacture the company's rotary screw compressors and will feature energy-saving and sustainable design practices. Construction is scheduled for completion in June 2016. When this project is finished, the new facilities will add more than 200,000 sq ft of manufacturing space.
Kaeser Compressors Inc. has brought the energy-efficiency savings of its world-renowned Sigma Profile to the low-pressure world with the launch of its new line of rotary screw blower packages. The EBS and FBS series are up to 35% more efficient than conventional blower designs.
Kaeser Compressors Inc. announced that the new AS series of rotary screw compressors is now available. These units deliver reliability, simple maintenance and sustainable energy savings, and are available in 20, 25 and 30 hp with flows from 64 to 143 cfm and pressures to 217 psig.
The new SFC 30S and SFC 30 variable speed drive rotary screw compressors from Kaeser Compressors are now available.
The SFC 30S has a flow range of 37 to 171 cu ft per minute (cfm) at 125 psig and is available with pressures up to 190 psig. The SFC 30 has a flow range of 47 to 202 cfm at 125 psig, with pressures up to 217 psig. Both models feature Siemens drive technology.
Kaeser's M350 has won the Gold 2013 King Award in the Fluid/Pneumatic Power category.
Delivering 1200 cfm at 125 psig, the versatile, fuel-efficient Mobilair M350 takes its place as the most powerful model in Kaeser Compressor's portable compressor line. The unit includes many of the same features as Kaeser's other Mobilair models—a large fuel tank, easy access to maintenance points, and an anti-frost valve—as well as a low carbon particulate production diesel engine, an SCR catalytic converter, and more.
Frank Mueller, president of Kaeser Compressors, Inc., was recently named president of the Compressed Air and Gas Institute (CAGI). Mueller will serve in the post for two years.
“CAGI has done an excellent job of raising awareness on the importance of compressed air,” Mueller commented. “During my term, we will continue to make CAGI the credible voice of the industry ensuring that end-users understand energy efficiency, proper installation and function in relation to their individual choices in compressed air systems.”