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Compressed air is an essential utility required to operate many functions at Geofabrics - pictured here some end of production line machinery

01. 11 20

Sustainability woven into the fabric

Australia’s largest manufacturer of geosynthetic products recently installed a low pressure Kaeser ESD 245 rotary screw compressor at its Albury manufacturing plant in regional NSW. Replacing an ageing compressor, the new Kaeser compressor is assisting Geofabrics in continuing to meet its sustainability goals.

The new state-of-the-art hyperbaric chamber at The Royal Hobart Hospital utilises high quality, dry and clean KAESER compressed air.

01. 10 20

Reaching new heights

The Royal Hobart Hospital recently opened its new Department of Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine featuring a new state-of-the-art dual capability hyperbaric chamber. Designed by Fink Engineering and powered by a Kaeser compressed air system, it is a first for the southern hemisphere - delivering patient treatment and a world-class research and training facility.

It’s hard to believe that the festive season is just around the corner. However as we fast approach the holiday shutdown - now is the perfect time to schedule in plant maintenance or upgrades. Here Kaeser Compressors discusses how compressed air users can make the most of the coming festive season.

Kaeser Compressors recently launched its Pillaerator turbo blowers, which are the ideal choice for high air demand aeration processes such as in biological water treatment applications. Using cutting edge technology, they provide energy-efficient and reliable operation to assure low life cycle costs.

Specifically designed for trade and craft applications, the SXC screw compressor range from Kaeser Compressors combines exceptional efficiency and cost-effective performance with super-quiet compressed air production, treatment and storage. Moreover, the SXC can help achieve annual savings of approximately $1,300 compared with a conventional reciprocating compressor of equivalent power.

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