Condensate Filters
Condensate Filters

Models:  KCF 20 and KCF 100
Capacities:  up to 500 scfm

The Kaeser Condensate Filter (KCF) is a convenient and economical way to handle contaminated compressor condensate in most small to midsize systems.  The easily-removable cartridge separates the oil from the water.  The water can be discharged into any municipal drain.  After 4-6 months of use, the cartridge is then sent for proper disposal in the disposal bag provided.

Important features and advantages:

  • Compatible with most standard lubricants
  • Simple, reliable operation
  • Quick and easy filter cartridge changeout
  • No electricity required for operation
  • Multiple units connect together to handle larger systems
  • Multiple lines can be connected via optional manifold
  • Disposal bag provided with each cartridge
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Eco-Drains
Eco-Drains

Model: Eco-Drain
Compressor Capacities: up to 5400 scfm

Kaeser’s Eco-Drain Series of electronic condensate drain traps efficiently eliminate moisture from the compressed air system.  They are ideally suited for equipment such as dryers and filters.  The capacitance sensor technology ensures that only condensate is released – not valuable compressed air.

Important features and advantages:

  • Reliable condensate removal in a variety of  industrial and commercial environments
  • Wear-free, capacitance level sensor
  • Electronically controlled diaphragm valve releases condensate not compressed air
  • Patented valve technology protects internal components from contamination even in harsh environments
  • Simple installation and maintenance
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Automatic Magnetic Drains
Automatic Magnetic Drains

Model: AMD 6550
Compressor Capacities: up to 35,000 scfm

Kaeser Automatic Magnectic Drains (AMD) remove condensate and other contaminants from your air system. The large capacity of automatic magnetic drains makes them suitable for a broad range of applications. Highly dependable and requiring little maintenance, automatic magnetic drains maintain a “liquid seal” which prevents compressed air loss. Unlike traditional float drains, the operating mechanisms are isolated from condensate so no fouling or sticking occurs.

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