KAESER’s renowned MOBILAIR range of portable compressors is manufactured in a state-of-the-art production facility located directly next to the KAESER main plant in Coburg, Northern Bavaria. Equipped with the very latest technology, the recently modernised portable compressor plant boasts TÜV (German Technical Inspection Agency) certified sound testing facilities for free-field sound level measurement, an advanced powder coating installation and highly efficient production logistics.
Every KAESER rotary screw airend is equipped with energy-saving SIGMA PROFILE rotors. This means thousands of dollars in fuel savings to the end user. Components are manufactured to the highest standards and precision aligned roller-bearings ensure long service life with maximum reliability.
MOBILAIR portable compressors are simple to operate, provide excellent component accessibility and are easy to maintain. Features also include automatic monitoring and shutdown.
KAESER Compressors has an extensive range of models which are modified for different applications all round the world. Talk to us about your requirements and we will recommend a suitable model. Click here to download the complete catalogue
(Please note not all models will be available in New Zealand)
1.2 - 1.6m3/min (42 - 56cfm)
The smallest MOBILAIR compressors are more than capable of powering breakers, drills, saws, grinders, impact wrenches and even impact borers. The 15-bar version is the ideal choice for trenchless laying of glass fibre cables or for leakage tests.
In addition, the compressor can be equipped with an external compressed air aftercooler for certain applications that may require cool and condensate-free compressed air. Click here to download brochure
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We have more than 20 years experience providing industrial compressed air solutions and support to NZ industry. We pride ourselves on acting with integrity and treating every customer as though they were our only customer. Learn more about us
It would be our genuine pleasure to help - if you have any question relating to compressed air, we would welcome your enquiry.