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Rotary Lobe Blowers

Kaeser’s industry-leading Com-paK blower packages are suitable for a variety of applications such as pneumatic conveying, waste water treatment, air knives, vacuum, and soil remediation. With flows to 5650 cfm and pressures to 15 psig or vacuum to 15″ Hg, Kaeser Omega rotary lobe blowers are designed for reliability, long life and efficient performance.


Advanced Industrial Blower Design

All Omega industrial blowers share a durable design that includes rigid casings, cast bearing supports, and one-piece rotors. The substantial casing construction and proprietary port design ensure smooth, quiet operation at all speeds. The precision-machined, case-hardened, spur-type timing gears and oversized cylindrical roller bearings provide years of reliable service. Piston-ring seals ensure optimum sealing and oil-free air. Heavy-duty construction provides longer service life and quiet operation.

Com-paK Complete Blower Packages
Omega blowers are available in standard or customized blower packages with high-efficiency motors, v-belt drives, silencers and inlet filters. Sound enclosures reduce noise levels up to 20 dB(A). Available from 3 to 250 hp and flow capacities to 3200 cfm. Integrated blower packages include additional features such as an integral frequency drive (OFC) and Kaeser Start Control (STC).

Many of these blower packages are also available for immediate shipment (Quick-Ship series).

Kaeser rotary blowers are suitable for a wide variety of applications, both in municipal and industrial settings, including:

  • Aeration
  • Air knives
  • Environmental remediation
  • Pneumatic conveying
  • Process air
  • Vacuum applications
  • Wastewater treatment

Larger blower packages
These large-flow packages are available from 75 to 335 hp and feature many of the same advantages as the Com-paK series. The HB series blower packages are complete with motor, silencers, a basic instrument panel and can be easily integrated with external frequency control (OFC) and master system controls.