Kaeser Compressors has launched its latest generation boosters that cover the 7.5 to 22 kW drive power range. The new CN C series booster models are energy efficient, complete and compact turnkey systems that are ideal wherever high pressure compressed air is required such as PET bottle production, process air applications and nitrogen generation.

Powerful, compact and quiet, the CN C series come into play when, for technical reasons, specific points in a production process require a pressure higher than the network pressure. Wholly redesigned with a clever new layout, all application-relevant components are provided and configured ex-works for delivery of a complete turnkey system that is ready for immediate operation.

With a footprint of only 1.9 square metres, they are also compact keeping the space requirement to a minimum. Its sound enclosure keeps sound pressure levels down to as little as 71 dB(A).

These next generation boosters are more energy efficient with a premium efficiency (IE3) drive motor fitted as standard. This contributes to cost-effective energy usage, as does the dimensioned radial fan, which also serves to ensure reliable temperature control.

All maintenance-relevant components, such as cylinders and venting valves, filters, condensate separators and oil drainage/filler openings are easily accessible thanks to large maintenance doors.

For efficient control and monitoring of the compressor operation, the CN C series boosters come with an integrated Sigma Control 2 controller to automatically monitor all key values.

The CN C series of boosters from Kaeser Compressors are available with drive powers of 7.5 to 22 kW, and produce flow rates from 0.8 to 8.0 m3/min. Initial pressure 3 to 13 bar, and final pressures 10 to 45 bar.

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